Week 2 beginning 4th May 2020
Happy new month Reception. Please continue to share all of the exciting things you have been doing on the school blog. It has been great to see you all making the most of this time whether inside or outside. Keep a look out for the teachers' posts as well to see what we are getting up to!
Please practice saying and writing the sounds that you know. Do you remember the action for all the sounds?
Phase 2: s, a, t, p, i, n, m, d, g, o, c, k, ck, e, u, r, h, b, f, ff, l, ll, ss
Phase 3: j, v, w, x, y, z, zz, qu, ch, sh, th, ng, ai, ee, igh, oo, ar, or, ur, ow, oi, ear, air, ure, er
Practice reading and writing all your tricky words:
I, go, no, the, she, a, me, my, into, he, be, of, was, so, we, all, you, put, said, her, are, they, little, come, like, do, have, some, there
Practice reading and writing these words and sentences:
Are these words real or nonsense?
Pumpkin flag puckot dansin picnic thunder desktop lunchbox
Do trains run in a sandpit?
I can sit on a big panda
Can a spoon have a sandwich?
Is it cold in the freezer?
I kept bumping into things in the dark.
The Oxford Owl website has a range of free E-books for you to share stories at home. Once you sign up can access the read library.
Read a book! A new one, a borrowed one, an old favourite, just read! Then discuss the book together (see some good questions below). If you’re not sure what a word says, sound it out or use the pictures to help you.
If you would like to share some read aloud stories, you can find some in our Read Aloud Stories folder.
BEFORE READING - What can you see on the front cover? Who is the author? Who is the illustrator? Can you find the title? What does it say? What do you think is going to happen in this story?
DURING READING - What do you think will happen next? Do you know what that word/sentence says? What does that word mean? What is happening in the picture?
AFTER READING -
Did you guess the ending correctly? Was that what you thought would happen? Who was your favourite character? Why? Can you tell me the story in your own words? What was your favourite part? Were there any parts you didn’t like? Why?
Literacy - Weekly focus: Goldilocks and the three bears
Do you know the story of Goldilocks and the Three bears? What do you know about it? Who are the main characters? Where is the story set?
Can you write a message to the bears from Goldilocks. What might Goldilocks say to the bears? Do you think she should apologise for going into their house and eating their porridge and sleeping in their bed?
Share a different version of the story together?
Extra challenge: If you have any porridge oats at home, with an adult have a go at making your own bear porridge. What toppings in your cupboard could you use? Can you draw or write the ingredients you would like in your porridge?
Weekly focus: Exploring more patterns
Practise counting in 2s with the help of an adult at home. Can you count in 2s using the socks you have?
Can you create patterns with your food? With an adult, if you have 2 or 3 fruits could you create a pattern? Eg. banana, apple, grape, banana, apple and grape or banana, banana, grape, banana, banana.
Make patterns with other objects around your home. Can your family guess what comes next in your pattern?
Challenge: On your daily walk, collect objects to create a pattern. Can you find any leaves, rocks, daisies or twigs. Create your pattern and if you can share it on our school blog.
White Rose Resources
Here are some resources from White Rose to support your Maths home learning. The White Rose story of the week is 'The Hungry Caterpillar' and has lots of ideas of Maths activities you can do at home.
This week, why not share some Spanish songs at home. Here are 2 to help you remember your Spanish days of the week and colours.
Red is rojo, red is rojo
Blue is azul, blue is azul
Yellow is amarillo, yellow is amarillo
Verde green, verde green
Black is negro, black is negro
Blanco is white, blanco is white
Purple is morado. Purple is morado,
Brown cafe, brown cafe
Pink is rosa, pink is rosa
Gris is grey, gris is grey
Anaranjado is orange, anaranjado is orange
Shout hooray! Hooray!
Children need regular breaks and exercise. If you have a safe outdoors space, please ensure you get some fresh air and exercise. If you do not have an outdoor space, get creative and try one of these videos below.
Brent Music Service - more music learning
Alternatively create a GoNoodle account to choose your own champion to power up by doing some different forms of exercise.
*GoNoodle is free to sign up
If you would like any other ideas of websites or activities to do with your child, please look at the ideas folders on the main home learning page.