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Homework

 

Dear Parents/Carers,   

This is the page where we will post details of your child's homework every Friday. All homework is due in every Wednesday, please put it in your child's book bag before they arrive at school.

15.11.2018

UW: Thursday 15th November is online safety day. Please click on the link below and read 'Online Smartie the Penguin for EYFS'. This is a story that helps children to understand online safety. Feel free to upload photos/videos to Tapestry. Please ask your child to colour in Smartie the Penguin on the poster (will be put in book bags).

https://www.childnet.com/resources/smartie-the-penguin

UW: This week we have celebrated 'International Week' and the whole school have been taking part in cooking sessions and cooking dishes from across the globe. In reception, we have made spicy Mexican wraps! Please upload photos of you cooking as a family and let us know what your favourite meals are!

09.11.2018

RE: We are focusing on God's family and discussing our own families. Can you please send in a family photo in a photo frame for our class display. You will get this back at the end of the year, if you do not have a photo frame then please let me know and I will provide one. Feel free to upload family photos to Tapestry too!

Literacy: We are learning how to use finger spaces between our words when we are writing short sentences. Can you please ask your child to write 'The red hat on a big mat' and prompt them to keep their writing small and neat and use finger spaces. This can be done on a piece of paper, preferably lined paper if you have it.

19.10.2018

Homework pack: Next week, I will give each child a pack to complete over half term. This will include reading, writing and number work. This pack is for you to keep at home so you can practice as much as possible. Some of the sheets need to be completed and handed in by Wednesday 7th November. After the October holiday, I will be formally assessing the children and I will feedback to you at parents evening.

Autumn: We have been learning about the harvest and the Autumn season. On a walk, can you discuss why the leaves fall off the trees and how the seasons change. Please can you gather some autumn leaves and bring them to school on Monday, we will be completing some autumn based art activities next week.

12.10.2018

RE: We have been learning the creation story and how God created the world in seven days. Over the weekend, at home or out and about, please talk to your child about their favourite things, (such as toys or pets) and explain that God created them. God created everything, from animals and flowers to the ocean and mountains. If you pass a church this weekend, please explain that this is God's house and is a very special place. Feel free to post videos and photographs on Tapestry if you see a church or if you attend one.

Literacy: Your child will be given a worksheet with some words. Please ask your child to sound out and blend the sounds together to read the words. It takes a long time to learn how to recognise sounds and blend them together and the children are still in the early stages of this so do not worry if they find this tricky. The children can colour the work sheet if they wish. Please ask your child to write their name on their work.

 

 

05.10.2018

Literacy/Topic:

The children have really been enjoying our 'People Who Help Us' topic! Please ask your child what they want to be when they grow up and ask them to draw a picture, please feel free to be creative and use art/craft materials if you have any. Please write what your child would like to be on their drawing, For example, 'Fire Fighter' and ask your child to copy your writing.

Maths:

The children really enjoy this song at school, please practice at home as it is good for maths and physical development! Feel free to post pictures on Tapestry if your child really enjoys it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TgLtF3PMOc

 

28.09.2018

Literacy:

We are starting to learn new sounds and blend them together to read words, this can be really tricky and takes a lot of practice! Please write these words on a piece of paper and ask your child to sound out and copy these words at home:

sat

pin

map

dip

Please encourage your child to complete this independently, do not worry if they find this challenging, it is all part of learning!

Topic/Understanding the World:

We have been learning about 'People who Help Us' and discussed the different roles that people play in our community. Next week, we will set up a vets at school, please ask your child to bring in their favourite animal toy from home on Monday. This can be a soft toy or plastic figure. If you do not have any animal toys then let me know as we do have some in school that the children can use. Please discuss with your child, the role of a vet and how important it is to care for animals. If you have pets, we would love to see photos on Tapestry!

Thank you,

Mrs. Mills

 

21.09.2018

PSED/PD:

The Reception children have been trying really hard to get changed by themselves for PE but it does take a lot of practice! The children's PE kits will be sent home this weekend, please help your child to practice changing out of their school uniform and into their PE kits. If your child can manage this, please practice opening and closing buttons, tying shoelaces and ensuring the children's shoes are on the correct feet. We are trying to promote independence as much as possible and we are actively encouraging the children to put their own coats and bags away and to be responsible for their own equipment.

Maths:

Next week, we will be learning about 2D and 3D shapes and how they are different. Can you ask your child to go on a '2D Shape Hunt?' This can be at home, at the supermarket or anywhere! Ask the children what shapes they can see when they look around. Ask if your child can remember the names of all 2D shapes.  Please either take photos/videos and put them on Tapestry or ask your child to draw the different shapes they see on a piece of paper.

 

 

14.09.2018

Maths: We are currently learning about transport and have been discussing different types of vehicles. If you are out with your child this weekend, please discuss the different vehicles you see and count the wheels! We are also learning how to count to 20. Can you practice this at home?

Literacy: Please draw your favourite mode of transport on a piece of paper. This could be a car, a van, a boat, a fire engine, a bus, or even a hot air balloon! Please ask your child to write their name on the drawing.

Reading: Please ensure you read your child's reading book at home with them every week. If your child enjoys reading other books at home then it is useful to discuss the characters and what happens in the story.

 

 

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