Here are some instructions to go alongside the activities in your pack. This is the same work that we will be doing in class. Please complete the work on the sheets provided and send them back in with your child on Tuesday 20th July. We are going to be adding this work to your child’s learning journey and work books. If you have supported your child with the work then write an s on it, if your child has done it independently write an I on it.
Each day there is a PowerPoint for that session on the class page, go through the slides then complete the activity.
Wednesday: Mr Grumpy’s Outing Problem Solving
Thursday: How many legs problem solving
Friday: Making boats
Monday: Making bridges
Wednesday: Use this video of ‘What the Ladybird Heard at the Seaside’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvguZ1YvKLw What do they notice about the words at the end of the sentences. They rhyme! Look at the pages you have been given. Complete the table writing in the rhyming words.
Thursday: Use this video of ‘What the Ladybird Heard at the Seaside’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvguZ1YvKLw Your child is to cut our and stick the pictures in correct order, from the beginning of the story to the end. Encourage your child to talk through what is happening in each picture.
Friday: Use this video of ‘What the Ladybird Heard at the Seaside’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvguZ1YvKLw Your child is to retell the story by writing a sentence about what happens in every picture. Please remind children of capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.
Monday: Complete the wanted poster for Hefty Hugh and Lanky Len. Your child is to draw both characters in the box and write a sentence about what they have done wrong underneath. Please remind children of capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.
Tuesday: Go through all about the seaside PowerPoint. Children to complete an acrostic poem about the seaside. Children should write 1 word per line and it must begin with the letter on the side.
Wednesday: Design your own sea creature, in the ‘What the Ladybird Heard at the Seaside’ book there is a catfish and a dogfish. Combine your favourite animal with a fish and create your own sea creature.
Thursday: Oh no! The mermaid’s hair is missing, stick on your own collage materials and give your mermaid some hair. Colour in the mermaid too to make her look as colourful as possible.
Friday: Look at the ‘Exploring Seaside holidays past and present’. Your child is to look at the two pictures, label them past and present then write a sentence about what is the same and a sentence about what is different. Please remind children of capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.
Monday: Discuss the similarities and differences again of seaside holidays past and present. You may want to go through the PowerPoint slides from Friday. Your child’s task is sort the pictures between past and present.
Any questions please feel free to email us on the class email.
Happy home learning,
Miss Edmundson J
A big hello and warm welcome to all the new boys and girls who have started school. Also a very warm welcome to our parents. We hope that this year is going to be filled with lots of fun, curiosity, exploration and independent learning. It is important that your child settles into school life and feels safe.
During the first few weeks the foundation stage team will be observing and talking to your child to get to know them and also make a baseline assessment so that we know what your child can already do and what they need to work on. Once this has been completed teaching and learning will begin.
Your child will be part of a house-Towneley, Queens, Scotts or Thompson. They will be given house points during the day for good work, being kind and helpful or anything else that needs to be recognised. We also have a behaviour chart so during the day your child may move onto a bronze, silver or gold medal. In the event of unacceptable behaviour your child may be shown a yellow card. If their behaviour then improves they will go back to the start of the behaviour chart. In the rare event of the behaviour not improving a red card will be shown and a text will be sent to you to inform you of this behaviour.
The reception class curriculum is very exciting and very hands on. We use a lot of resources such as ingredients for cooking and other items used for interesting mark making and items for topic work which in turn will help to improve fine motor control, aid mathematical development, language development and also improve creativity. We try our best to ensure children wear suitable aprons for the very messy activities but sometimes the children may forget or their aprons unfasten. I apologise in advance for any messy clothes! At least you know they are having fun !