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Reception

Please click here to view a suggested weekly timetable.

To download a copy of these tasks as a document, please click on the date in the week beginning column.

From week beginning 11th May 2020, the home learning timetable and resources will be on your child's class blog page.

Week Beginning Literacy Maths Expressive Arts & Design

4th May 2020

Week 5

Monday

Phonics

Your child should now be familiar with all the sounds in their red phonics book, as well as the sounds on the phase 3 and 5 mats in your home learning pack.  Please go through these sounds everyday and remember, look at the blog where you will find pictures/videos of all the sounds being said.Your child should now be familiar with all the sounds in their red phonics book, as well as the sounds on the phase 3 and 5 mats in your home learning pack.  Please go through these sounds everyday and remember, look at the blog where you will find pictures/videos of all the sounds being said.

Don’t forget to practise letter formation every dayIf you have more than one child at home, one of them can be practising their formation whilst you work with the other.

This website will help

https://www.doorwayonline.org.uk/literacy/letterformation/

Supertato  - Sue Hendra

Watch a reading of the book Supertato

Can you join in with the actions and voices?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rze89HB9u8g

Re watch the video and see if you can remember what happens next.  Who are all the characters?

Talk about the different characters in the story. Can you describe the vegetables appearance and also what type of character they are? Create a word wall of as many describing words for the characters as you can.

I can learn my number bonds to 5

Break the unifix cubes in half and just use 5 for today’s lesson.  How many different ways can you make 5?  Encourage using fingers to help understand.

Separate the cubes in different ways and say the sentence together e.g. “3 plus 2 equals 5”.

Write all the different ways in your exercise book.

Look at the blog for more information on number bonds.

 Extension:  Ask your child to write these down again later during the afternoon, without your support.

Can you use some pots and pans around the house to create background music to go with the Supertato story?

Can you pretend to be some of the characters and the voices that they make?

Can you create an evil laugh like the pea?

 

Tuesday

Phonics

You should be making good progress on your sight words and extend to learning 20 words a week if you and your child are confident with this.

Create a ‘Wanted Poster’ to tell people about Evil Pea. Can you describe him e.g. small, green, cheeky, mean, horrible.

Don’t forget to use your sounds in your writing.

I can learn my number bonds to 10

Recap: Remind your children of yesterday’s lesson.  What did we learn?  Today use all 10 cubes. Encourage using fingers to help understand.  Separate the cubes in different ways (just like yesterday) and write down all the possible ways of making ten.  Get your child to say the number sentence before writing it down as they will have to learn these number facts by memory.

Extension:  Ask your child to think of how many different ways they can make number bonds to 20, with your support.

Can you create a ‘jail’ for the evil pea?  Look around your flat/house.  Can you make something to trap someone inside who has been naughty?  Is it strong enough? Tall enough?

 

Wednesday

Phonics

 Link it to today’s Literacy task and see if you can sound out lots of food/drink in the supermarket.

Write a list of all the things we might find in a Supermarket. If we know what we might find, we might be able to look everywhere to see where Evil Pea is.

I can order coins in value correctly

Education City – search Swift Shop and use the learn screen/activities for the next 3 days of Maths

Recap:Last week you looked for coins around the house.  Resources:  You will need 1p,2p,5p,10p,20p coins and your number line for this activity

Put the coins on the table.  Ask your child to put the coins in order from the least valuable to the most valuable.  Get your child to use their number line to help them.  Which coin is the least valuable?  Which is the smallest number on your number line?  So this coin will be worth the least.  Make sure your use the terminology ‘1 pence, 2 pence (not 1p, 2p)’.

When your child has put the coins in the correct order (in a line), get them to then draw around these coins in their exercise book in a line, writing the value of the coin in the middle’

Extension:  Colour in the coins in the exercise book using, brown and a pencil for the silver coins.

Choose one of these options.

Can you draw a picture of the supermarket you go to?  What is it called?  What do you like to buy or look at at the supermarket?  Can you design your own shopping trolley

 

Thursday

Phonics

Choose a game from https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/

Are you a superhero?  Can you be a superhero?

Draw a picture of yourself with a mask on the eyes

‘What is your superpower?’

Here are some examples and you can then write these words all around your superhero (see last column)

Sharing, caring, tidying up, drawing, love in my heart, being nice, strong, reading, being giving etc.

I can use the coins to make different amounts

Recap:  Go through what you learnt yesterday.  Go through the value of the coins again.  Can you point to the 5pence? 20pence? Resources:  Number line and a variety of brown and silver coins up to 20p.

Choose 2 coins (low value e.g. 1p and 5p) and ask your children to add the amounts up. Tip!  Always put the bigger number first, so 5p+1p – use your number line and remember to ‘count on’  Find number 5p and we are adding 1p so we would say that 5p plus 1p equals 6p.  Get your child to write this in the book.

 When your child is confident with some lower value coins such as 1p, 2p, 5p – get them to work out adding bigger value coins such as 10p+5p =

Extension: Can you add three coins together?

Draw a picture of yourself as a superhero.  Don’t forget the mask for your eyes.  What about a cape? What colour is it?

Do you wear a special suit or shoes?

Draw it in pencil first before choosing your colours.

 

Friday

Phonics

https://www.doorwayonline.org.uk/literacy/letterformation/

This website will really help you with letter formation so see if your child can write the following words, using their sounds.

Try the * ones first

*

cat

dog

pan

bed

**

went

from

back

sing

***

Train

Stick

Bring

Cloud

If you make your own Super hero vegetable (see below) You can either draw him/her and use a speech bubble to write what he/she might say and write a sentence to explain what is happening.

AND/OR Write a story about his/her adventures. Don’t forget with stories they need a beginning (introduce the characters) a middle (have a problem for some of the characters) and an ending (solves the problem). Keep it short and simple!

 

Other suggestions for SuperTato

Make your own superhero Supertato or other vegetable! Take him/her around your home to help with jobs such as tidying your bedroom or putting away the dishes. Make a home for your potato or other vegetable using bricks. Think about how tall and wide it needs to be to fit your superhero! Who are our real life superheroes? Talk about all the key workers like the NHS etc and make some thank you posters for your windows. Discuss healthy eating and make a vegetable soup or a fruit smoothie. Use some toys e.g. lego figures, or teddies to set up a superhero scene. Use a piece of technology to film it for your family to watch.

 

I can use the coins to understand subtraction

Recap:  Go over Wednesday/Thursday.

 If you feel the need to revisit Thursday’s lesson, please do this as the more confident they become in recognising and adding two single-digit numbers together, the better.

Resources: number line, coins Remind your child about ‘counting on’ yesterday to find the answer, today we are going to be taking away – we call this subtraction.  Adding is counting on, subtraction is counting back.  Choose two coins (e.g. 10p and 2p – which is worth the most?  Which is the most valuable.  Find number 10 on your number line.  We are going to be subtracting taking away, so are we counting forward or counting backwards?  Ok, so how many do we need to count back? (2) Let’s do this on our number line.  So we would say that 10 subtract 2 equals? (8)

Let’s write that in our book.  What does a subtraction sign look like? (You can use the word minus as well here)

Extension:  Can you try and take away three coins?

When you have your bath you can see which things float or sink!

27th April 2020

Week 4

Monday

Can you child use their toys to create a story? Can they practise telling the story to other people in the house using actions? Can they remember to use story language? E.g. Once Upon a Time, Early one morning, unfortunately, luckily, because, first, next, then, after that, so, but, finally, just then, The End

Phonics

Recap jolly phonic sounds on youtube

Read phonics book

Sight words

Focus on positional language – Child to place a toy in different positions. Can you tell me where you placed it? On, under, in, behind, next to etc. Use the things you have to make a sock puppet.
Tuesday

Ask your child: What is your favourite thing to do? Why? Draw a picture of your favourite things and write a sentence.

Phonics

Recap jolly phonic sounds on youtube

Read phonics book

Sight words

Child closes eyes, adult drops pennies/stones into a tin, child counts how many have been dropped. Can you write the number down? Can you tap out a rhythm? Using pots, pans and spoons can you make up your own rhythm?

I am a good friend because...

I share...

I help others by...

My friends are...

I like..
Wednesday

Ask your child: Who are your special friends? Why? What makes a good friend? How are you a good friend? Draw a picture of your special friends and write about why they are good friends. See the example in the first column. <<<

Phonics

Recap jolly phonic sounds on youtube

Read phonics book

Sight words

Look at coins with your child at home. Can they recognise and say each coin amount? Can you draw a healthy plate of food?
Thursday

Ask your child: Who is in your family? Who is in your immediate family? Draw a picture of your family members and label. Can you write about what you like to do together?

Phonics

Recap jolly phonic sounds on youtube

Read phonics book

Sight words

Pick a number between 1 -20.

Child to count back from that number.

Make a rainstick – Find a bottle and fill it with sticks, twigs, toothpicks, spaghetti.

Add 5-10 tsp of rice or lentil and put the lid on!

See the example in the first column.  <<<

I go to

be he she

me my be

you was

they all are 

Friday

 Tricky words – Can you choose some of the tricky words in the first column <<< and include them in a simple sentence.

Pick 2 numbers from this list. Write a number sentence and find the answer. You can use blocks to help you count or you can draw circles to help you count.

2 5 8 3 7 1 6           

____ + ____ =            (4 + 3 = 7)

When you have your bath you can see which things float or sink!

20th April 2020

Week 3

Monday

Can you write a shopping list?

Phonics
Read phonics book
Practise sight words 

What is your daily routine at home?  When you wake up, what do you do next?  Can you draw 6 pictures of things you do throughout your day until you go to bed.  Make a cake with a grown up.
Tuesday

What is your favourite fruit?  Draw a picture of it.

Phonics
Read phonics book
Practise sight words

Make a list of things you do in the day time and things you do at night time.  Can you make an obstacle course in your garden?  How long
Wednesday

 

Write a sentence about your favourite fruit. 

Phonics
Read phonics book
Practise sight words

Count how many steps it takes you to walk from your kitchen to your bedroom.  Can you write this number down? Help to cook a meal.  Make sure you are being safe. 
Thursday

 

Have a look at your cereal box, what letters and words can you see?

Phonics
Read phonics book
Practise sight words

How many steps are there going upstairs in your house?  If you don’t have stairs, count how many steps you take from your bathroom to your bedroom.

Help your grown up to make a sandwich.  What ingredients did you use?  What does it taste like?

Friday

 

Have a go at designing your own cereal.  What flavour would it be?  What would the box look like?  

Phonics
Read phonics book
Practise sight words

What time do you go to bed at night?  With an adult to help you can you have a go at writing this down?  Maybe an adult could help you to draw a clock.  Can you make a book mark for your favourite book? 

30th March 2020

 

 

 

 

Monday

Can you write a list of the animals that you would find on the farm?

Phonics
Read phonics book
Practise sight words

How many 2D shapes can your draw?  What are their names? What is your favourite nursery rhyme?  Can you sing it?
Tuesday

Which farm animal is your favourite?  What do you know about this animal? Write down some facts.  

Phonics
Read phonics book
Practise sight words

How many circles can you find around your home? Can you think of some actions to go with your favourite nursery rhyme?
Wednesday

Can you draw a picture of your favourite animal and label it?

Phonics
Read phonics book
Practise sight words

How many squares can you find around your home? Draw a picture of your favourite animal.
Thursday

Write a sentence about your animal.

Phonics
Read phonics book
Practise sight words

Can you find a triangle anywhere in your house? Can you make a model of your favourite animal using things you find in your home?
Friday

What would your animals name be?  Can you write it down?

Phonics
Read phonics book
Practise sight words

What shape are your windows?  Can you draw them and label them?  Read a story to somebody in your house.

 

 23rd March 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday

Can you write your name, making sure all of the letters are the right way round?

Phonics
Read phonics book
Practise sight words

Have a go at writing your numbers up to 10. Draw a picture of your family.
Tuesday

How many times can you write your name?

Phonics
Read phonics book
Practise sight words

Can you write your numbers up to 20? Ask a grown up if you can use their phone or an iPad to take some photos.  What can you see?
Wednesday

What letters are in your name?  Can you find the letters in a book?

Phonics
Read phonics book
Practise sight words

Can you say your numbers up to 20? Go into your garden or the park and have a look for some insects.  What can you find?
Thursday

Can you find your name in a book?

Phonics
Read phonics book
Practise sight words

Can you count backwards from the number 10? Can you draw a picture of an insect?
Friday

Can you write your first name and your surname?

Phonics
Read phonics book
Practise sight words

Can you count backwards from the number 20? Practice jumping up and down on both legs and 1 leg.  How many can you do?

 

PE: Go to the Pupils tab above and click on Learning Zones/PE for a list of websites offering free physical activity resources for all pupils during the school closure.

 

 

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