Educational Links – Reception

Dear Reception, please see below remote learning for this week. Please remember that a paper pack can be requested and you can contact your class teacher via email to support with your work or if you have any questions. Please email completed work to your teacher so we can celebrate all your wonderful work.

 

WEEKLY PLAN W/C 18/01/21

18.01.21 – Week 3 Home Learning

 

Video – Miss Kiely & Miss Dibble reading ‘Superworm’ https://youtu.be/tX2i9RRiwdk

Video – Super Maths! with Miss Kiely & Miss Dibble https://youtu.be/uNrH3lyPW00

Video – Phonics – Miss Kiely & Miss Dibble – https://youtu.be/zedLPT0mIXs

 

10 EYFS Maths All about Number Ten Home Learning Challenges

5 EYFS Maths All about Number Five Home Learning Challenges

6 EYFS Maths All about Number Six Home Learning Challenges

7 EYFS Maths All about Number Seven Home Learning Challenges

8 EYFS Maths All about Number Eight Home Learning Challenges

9 EYFS Maths All about Number Nine Home Learning Challenges

Building Bricks Subtraction

Can you make ice grow experiment

Colour by number

Rescue Shapes-with-4-sides

Rescue the Circles and Triangles

Soap bubble prints experiments

Superhero Colour by Dots

Superhero Subtraction challenges

Superhero Subtraction sheet

Superhero-City-Picture-Craft-Instructions

Superhero-Jet-Pack-Craft-Instructions

 

WEEKLY PLAN W/C 11/01/21

11.01.21 – Week 2 Home Learning

1-10 Super Song

Dancing-Home-Learning-Challenge-Sheet

Handprint Flying Superhero Art

One Potato Two Potato Song

Problem Solving – Talking About Size

Sticky Ice Science Experiment

Superhero Addition to 10

Superhero Green Smoothie Recipe

Superhero I Spy and Count

Superhero maths challenges

Superhero Missing Number Activity

Superhero Red and Yellow Smoothie Recipe

Superhero Red, White and Blue Smoothie Recipe

Superhero-Themed-Name-Writing-Worksheet

Supertato Learning challenges

 

GJPA– Early Years

Dear Parents

As you will see there is weekly planning on our website for the Reception children, however we do not want you to stress over this as we appreciate how every family is in a different situation. The planning is there for a guide and suggestions of activities. Young children do not need to be working at a table writing or completing work sheets all day, this is not how we would normally operate in school and we know that children learn best through play and meaningful conversations. Should you have any concerns please do not hesitate to contact us through our direct school email.

How to help young children learn at home

You can help your child to learn through the little things you do with them, for example:

  • everyday conversations
  • make-believe play
  • games with numbers or letters
  • reading together
  • involving them in the things you are doing, such as household chores, and talking with them about it Find ideas for new things you can try at Hungry Little Minds.

You do not need to set separate time or plan complicated activities dedicated to learning. These activities can be built into everyday life and play.

You know your child best. Avoid forcing them into lengthy planned activities if they naturally respond better to a mix of shorter activities. This can stop them getting bored or frustrated and keep them active, interested and learning through things they enjoy.

Keeping a routine

Do not worry about trying to keep to the full routine that your child had in nursery or reception class. However, children will feel more comfortable with a predictable routine, so try to make sure they:

  • get up and go to bed at the same time each day
  • have regular meal times turn off any electronic devices, including the television, at least an hour before bedtime, keeping active

Young children should be active for at least 3 hours a day in total.

It’s also good to get some fresh air every day. If you do not have a garden and are taking children outside to exercise, make sure you follow the rules on social distancing.

While inside, there are plenty of things you can do to keep children active, such as:

  • playing hide-and-seek
  • seeing who can do the most star jumps
  • making an obstacle course playing music and having a dance-off

Mrs K. Lane – EYFS Lead

 

Government set up site for Home Learning

OAK ACADEMY

GENERAL RESOURCES

Early Years Resources – Free downloadable Early Years Resources

Phonics Bloom

Crickweb  (uses flash so not available for iPads)

Topmarks

Letters and Sounds

ICT Games

Primary Games

CBeebies Numeracy

Oxford Owl Maths