SPRING TERM 2021 - RECEPTION
Hello reception. Hope you’re all happy and well. Mrs Shepherd and I are missing you so much. Below is another week of home learning activities for you complete. The maths activities are all about recognising numbers and counting. It really important that you can count backwards from 20 as well as forwards. This You tube video will help you become more confident at counting backwards. It would be great if you could listen to it every day this week. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=srPktd4k_O8
I’ve also had a look at the BBC Bitesize website https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize . It looks like there’s nothing for reception aged children, however, if you click on England KS1 section, reception children will be able to access a lot of the games. The phonics games in the English section are quite fun to do, and ‘Bud’s number garden’ in the maths the section is all about sequencing numbers. Have a go!!
If you have any questions or problems, please email: email@example.com
Have a lovely week. I look forward to seeing what you’ve been doing. Please send me pictures of your work.
Mrs Connor X
Please have a go at the 'What am I?' challenge on this page. You can email your answers.
Log on to Stream to hear me reading this text. Ask a grown up to read the questions and try your best to answer them.
PE link 4.2.21
Click on this link for Andy's Wild Workout.
Week beginning 25.1.21
Phonics 3.2.21 ir sound
Complete page 1 worksheet below. You only need to write the 'ir' words.
Challenge - Can you add the sound buttons?
Have a go at this game. Click on the 'air' sound to play.
Write these 'or' words and add the sound buttons.
sort, short, horse, sport, fork, snort, born, horn and corn
Week beginning 18.1.21
Something to talk about!
What am I?
I have four legs.
I like to chase mice.
I say 'miaow'.
Quote of the day
A child who reads is
a child who THINKS.
week beginning 11.1.21
Some useful websites for you to look at.
Young people should be active for 60 minutes per day, so if possible find a safe place to get outside (even in the garden!) and play! There are also some great online sites that encourage active learning to music. In school we use;