A big hello from the Reception Team. We hope you are all keeping well and safe. We are looking forward to having you back in class soon.
Here are your learning tasks for this week. We hope you have lots of fun completing them.
We have four new sounds for you to learn this week. The guidance below is from the Read Write Inc website which helps to teach the children how to correctly pronounce speed sounds and how to write them.
In phonics we will review the speed sounds and red words we already know. These are: m, a, s, d, t, I, n, p, g, o, c, k, u, b, f, e, l, h, r, j, v, y, w, z and x
Red words: I, my, to, the, go
Our new sounds this week are . Please complete one sound a day and revisit sounds all four sounds on Friday. You could play different phonics games such as finding objects around your home that begin with that sound. You could put all of the sounds onto post it notes and ask your child to retrieve the sound you shout out. Finally you could help your child write the sound in different ways, that could be in the air, using their finger, with water on the ground, using chalks or on a piece of paper.
Please continue to practise your letter formation at home.
Here are some words that can be ‘fred talked’ (sounded out) using the letter sounds covered this week. Can your child hear the full word by blending the sounds together? Perhaps they can write them as you fred talk them:
sh-i-p p-a-th ch-i-p qu-i-z
This week we are learning all about the number 6. Please watch the following video below and complete the activities listed.
Please find a powerpoint attached below to go through.
Have you got any board games at home that use a dice? Can you take turn with an adult and count the dots to help you know how many spaces you need to move?
Please find attached below a worksheet to complete all about the number six.
In class we have been practising addition to 10. Please have a go at completing the following game below.
Last week we spent lots of time learning all about nocturnal animals. We focused particularly on hedgehogs. Can you share with your grown up all of the interesting facts we found out and create your own hedgehog fact file? Please find a template below.
Can you draw, paint, sketch or use shapes to create a picture of a hedgehog? Once you have done this can you label the different parts of the hedgehog? Use your 'Fred Fingers' to sound out each word to help you hear the sounds. Please find below step by step instructions on how to draw a hedgehog.
Can you match the animals in the activity pack below to their correct habitats?