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This week, during phonics time, the children in Reception are learning to name the pictures linked to the letter sounds. This will help them to remember letter sounds in the future. Parents: Look at the pictures below with your child. Say the picture names and ask your child to repeat after you.
Now, let's practice writing the following letters - remember to use the rhymes to help you.
m - Maisie, mountain, mountain
a - around the apple, down the leaf
s - slither down the snake
d - around his bottom, up his tall neck, down to his feet
t - down the tower, across the tower
i - down his body, dot for the head
This is Fred
He can only talks in sounds for example, he says c-a-t not cat. We call this 'Fred talk.'
Parents: Fred talk the following words and encourage your child to blend them back to you. If your child needs support, blend the word and ask them to repeat after you.
Dog, pot, jug, mop, log, jam, sit, fat
Fantastic phonics everyone.
This week at Maths time, we are learning to count using our pointy fingers. Parents: Point to the numbers below and see if your child can recognise them. If your child needs support, say the number and and encourage them to repeat after you.
Parents: Can your child count the different objects below? Encourage them to use their pointy finger and touch each object as they count.
Super Maths Challenge
Spectacular maths Reception.
In Reception, we are going to be learning all about the story 'Dear Zoo.' Please click on the video below to listen to the story.
Look below for your 'Dear Zoo' busy work activities.
Activity 1: Can you name all of the animals in the story?
Activity 2: What is your favourite Zoo animal? Can you draw a picture of one?
Activity 3: Make some stick puppets of the animals in the story.
Activity 4: Can you answer these questions?
Spectacular busy work Reception.
You have done some great work this week.
If you have any questions you can email you teachers.
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