Reception Home Learning: Thursday 2nd April

Good morning, Reception!

Wake up, shake up.

Choose one of these or make up your own:


Point to each letter on this sound mat and say each sound.

Sing the jolly phonics songs and do the actions to match

Clap your name and count the syllables. Clap the names of the people in your family, then watch this video.

Now try to read these words, each word has 2 syllables in.








Reading and Writing: Keep reading your books, little and often. You can read a free ebook at;

Here’s a super story that we love !

and here’s Supertato and The Evil Pea in another story.

Listen to the story and talk about it. Who’s in the story ? Write a list of the characters in your workbook.

Maths: Listen and join in, count to 20.

Watch this:

Click on the link below to play a counting game.

If you can have access to a printer, here’s a worksheet to download and print.


Unwind and relax

Note to parents:

Please remember to share any activities you are doing with your children at home and if you have any questions, we will be happy to reply in the comments section below.

Thank you, stay safe and keep in touch.

Mrs Chowdhury, Mrs McCutcheon and Mrs Smith


  • Saffah Saffah Posted 2nd April 2020 9:46 pm

    Thank you for the videos. Qirat is enjoying them.

    Qirats: I miss my teachers and friends. I want to bake cake for everyone. I am good to mommy. I do all my reading and writing.

    • Mrs McCutcheon Posted 3rd April 2020 9:56 am

      Hello Qirat and family! SO lovely to get your message, I am glad you are enjoying your home learning. All your teachers and friends miss you too Qirat, baking cakes sounds like a brilliant way to keep busy whilst you are at home. Send us a picture when you are done!
      Take care and stay safe,
      Mrs McCutcheon

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