Welcome back Reception.
We hope you had a nice, relaxing week with your family.
Here today's busy work activities.
If your child is confident recognising all of the set 1 sounds, and can read words such as ship, king, bat, and clap, without any support, then click here to learn the set 2 sounds.
Set 1 Sounds Lesson
Today, we are going to learn all about the 'c' sound .
Parents: Look at the pictures below with your child. Say each object name, and ask your child to repeat the words after you.
Parents: Look at the pictures below with your child. Point to one of the pictures, and ask your child whether it is 'c' or 'c-c-caterpillar.' Repeat a few times, getting quicker each time.
Now, practice saying these sounds.
In your busy work books, practice writing today's sound 'c'. Don't forget to use the rhyme to help you!
Now, practice writing these sounds.
If you have a printer at home, you can print out the above worksheets, by clicking on the links at the bottom of this page.
Can you Fred talk, read, the words below?
Parents: Ask your child to write the following words in their busy work books.
Boys and girls, remember to use your 'Fred Fingers' to help you.
Words to write: pot, mat, dad
As a challenge, your child could write a simple sentence: 'Cat on a mat'.
Before we finish, click on the link below to read one of these books to your grown up.
Now, with a grown-up, try the exercises on the cards below.
Parents: Spend around 30 seconds on each movement and take a short break in between each activity.
Let's start today's Maths activity by telling a grown up the numbers you can see below.
0 5 10 9 12 8 3 15 1
Super! This week, at Maths Time, we are going to practice our adding and taking away skills, but today, you will only need your adding brains switched on. We will do the first sum for you, because we are going to show you a brand new way to find the answer. So, the first sum is 4+3= and today, we are going to show you how to use a number line to help us find the answer.
First, we find the first number from the addition sum (4), and put a circle around it, like this:
Next, we look at the second number in the sum (3), and then, we jump forwards this amount of spaces along the number line, like this:
The number it lands on, is the answer to your sum. So, 4+3= 7.
Now, its your turn, complete the activity in your busy books.
Parents: To make this activity easier for your child, draw the number lines in their busy books.
WOW! Tremendous Maths Work Reception.
Today's story book is called 'Little Red Riding Hood.' It is about a little girl who took a trip through the woods to visit her Grandma. On the way, she meets a wolf. He seems nice...but do you think he is really a friendly wolf? Then, when she gets to her Grandma's house something isn't quite right. Click on the link below to read today's fantastic story.
Well done Reception! You have done some fantastic busy work today.
Don't forget to email us if you have any questions, or to let us know how you are doing.
Miss Dodgson & Mr Kirkbride