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Home Learning Update 13/07/2020

Welcome back to our website. This is the last week of school before the children break up for the summer holidays. If you are continuing to work from home with your child, please complete the home learning task booklet below.

We hope you all have a lovely summer holiday, stay safe, and we look forward to seeing you in September.

Home Learning Update 06/07/2020

Welcome back to our school website. If you are continuing to work from home, please complete the following activities with your child:

Literacy- writing a list

This week we are looking at the story 'The Hungry caterpillar.' Please follow the link below to access the story online.

 

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Once you have watched the story together, recap asking the following questions: What did the Hungry Caterpillar start off as in the story? What food did he eat? Why did he eat this much food? How did the Hungry caterpillar change? How did he feel after eating so much food? What happened to the hungry Caterpillar at the end of the story?

 

Ask your child to write a list of the food the Hungry caterpillar ate. Record this on the worksheet below. Don't forget to use your phonics to help you with your writing. Then ask your child to write a sentence at the bottom of the worksheet, detailing 2 or more foods that the Hungry caterpillar ate. For. e.g. He ate an apple and 3 plums. Don't forget to use capital letters, finger spaces, and full stops in your writing.

Hungry Caterpillar Worksheet.

Literacy - Sequencing/ordering the story.

Recap the story with the children. Explain that they are going to sort, cut, and stick the pictures from the story in the correct order. See the links below for these activity resources. Ask the children to label each picture with a word regarding what is happening in each picture. Ask the children to write a sentence for each picture. For e.g. 'He is an egg.' Don't forget your capital letters, fingers spaces, and full stops in your writing.

Maths - 3D shape.

Follow the link below and watch the 3D Shape song.

3D Shapes Song | Shapes for kids | The Singing Walrus

Talk with your child about 3D shapes. Ask your child to complete the cut and stick shape activity from the document below. 

Maths - ordering numbers.

Follow the link below and sing the counting song.

Counting 1-10 Song | Number Songs for Children | The Singing Walrus

Ask your child to complete the activity below where the children cut and stick numbers in the correct order starting from the smallest to the greatest.
Home Learning Tasks.

EYFS Home Learning Pack Week 11

Home Learning Update 29/06/2020

Welcome back to our school website. If you are continuing to work from home, please complete the following activities with your child:

Literacy - writing.

This week we are writing about the characters in the story 'Supertato'. Please follow the link below to access the story online.

Once you have shared the story with your child, recap the story together. Ask your child: Where did the story take place? Who were the characters? Were the characters good or bad? Why? What happened to each character in the story? How do you think the characters felt? Why? How would you feel if you were each of the characters? Why?

 

Ask your child to chose a character from the story 'Supertato' and explain that they are going to write about them. Use the worksheet below for your child to draw a picture of their chosen character. Ask your child to write some describing words around the picture they have drawn of their character. For e.g. fast, mean, loud, etc... Now ask your child to write a sentence about their character. Don't forget your capital letters, finger spaces, and full stops in your writing! Your child can choose a different character from the story to write about throughout the week. We can't wait to see your beautiful drawings and writing!

Supertato Worksheet.

Maths - subtraction.

Follow the link below and play the subtraction game. Can you solve these subtraction number problems from 10?

Complete the zoo subtraction worksheet and the subtraction number sentence cards in the links below. Remember, use beads or buttons, etc to help you work out the answers!

Maths - 2D shape.

Follow the link below and sing the 2D shape song.

Talk with your child about 2D shapes. Ask them how many sides and corners have each shape got? Go on a shape hunt around your home. What shapes can they find around your house? Chose some of the pictures from the link below and follow the key to colour the shapes in the correct colour.
Home Learning Tasks.

Home Learning Pack Week 10

Sports Day Challenges for Home Learning

Do you accept the Sports Day challenge? See below for Sports Days activities. Email your results to eyfs@cape.sandwell.sch.uk

Home Learning Update 22/06/2020

Welcome back to our website. We are currently in week 3 of the school's reopening. If you are continuing to work from home, please complete the following activities with your child:

Literacy - writing.

This week, we are completing our animal factbook. Choose other animals from the pictures below, and continue to write your factbook about them. Continue to set out your work with the following information:

  • Title - give each page a title of the animal you are writing about.
  • Picture - draw or print a picture of our chosen animal and put this at the top of your page.
  • Label - write some words that describe your animal. for e.g. big, fast, loud, etc...
  • Write a sentence about that animal. For e.g. 'The polar bear is big'. Don't forget your capital letters, finger spaces, and full stops in your writing!

Animal Pictures

Maths - addition.

Add the numbers together for each number sentence to work out the answers. Then use the key on the butterfly worksheet to colour in each part of the butterfly in the correct colour.

Butterfly Addition Worksheet

Home Learning Tasks.

Home Learning Pack Week 9

Home Learning Update 15/06/2020

We are now in the second week of school reopening for Reception. If you are continuing to work from home, please complete the following activities with your child:

Literacy - writing.

We are continuing to work on our animal factbook this week. We can't wait to see all the fun facts you have found out about lots of different animals! Choose some different animals from the pictures in the document below and continue to write your factbook about them. You can continue to set your work out to include the following information:

  • Title - give each page a title of the animal you are writing about.
  • Picture - draw or print a picture of your chosen animal and put this at the top of your page.
  • Label - write some words that describe your animal. For e.g. big, fast, loud, etc...
  • Write a sentence about that animal. For e.g. 'The polar bear is big'. Don't forget your capital letters, finger spaces, and full stops in your writing!

Animal Pictures

Maths - one less.

Work through the PowerPoint with your child. Ask them to count how many bubbles there are altogether. Use the number line in the PowerPoint with your child and ask them to show you how to jump back one number on the number line to represent the bubble that has popped to work out their answer. The first one is completed for you as an example. Remember when jumping back on the number line you don't start counting on the number representing the bubble you are starting on! 

Maths - addition 

Count the number of sea creatures in each group to work out how many there are altogether. Record your answer in the circle.

Addition to 10 Worksheet

Maths - addition challenge.

If you feel like a challenge see if you can complete the following fruit salad addition to 20 worksheet. Remember to record your answer in the circle.

Addition to 20 Worksheet

Home Learning Tasks.

Home Learning Pack Week 8

Home Learning Update 08/06/2020

 

Reception has reopened this week. Welcome back to those children attending school. For those children continuing to work from home, we would like you to focus on the following activities:

Literacy - writing.

Choose some of the animals from the pictures in the document below and write a factbook about them. You could set your work out to include the following information:

  • Title - give each page a title of the animal you are writing about.
  • Picture - draw or print a picture of your chosen animal and put this at the top of your page.
  • Label - write some words that describe your animal. For e.g. big, fast, loud, etc...
  • Write a sentence about that animal. For e.g. 'The polar bear is big'. Don't forget your capital letters, finger spaces, and full stops in your writing!

Maths - counting.

We are continuing to work on our counting skills. Please watch and sing along to the following counting song.

Number song 1-20 for children | Counting numbers | The Singing Walrus

Maths - representing numbers.

Click on the virtual dice from the link below. Ask your children to tell you the number the dice has landed on. Can they show you the number they have rolled in different ways? For e.g ask them to show you 5 claps, 3 jumps, hold up 2 teddies, etc... to represent the number the dice has landed on.

ICT:

Ask a grown-up to help you use the internet to research the animals you would like to write about in your factbook. Surprise us with what interesting facts you can find out about each animal!

We Miss You!!

Home Learning During School Closures - we hope you find this information helpful during school closures and/or self isolation. You can print out the materials or write your answers into the exercise book provided.

Scroll down for more learning ideas and activities

Fancy designing a new sports kit for our school?

Home Learning Update 24/03/2020

 

We want you to continue learning phonics from home. 

Follow the link and find lots of different channels to help with learning new sounds. 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

 

 

Every morning at 9am, join Joe Wicks in some physical activity. 

https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1 

 

Fancy a little break from home learning? Why not watch some animals from Edinburgh Zoo. Follow the link and see what the animals are up to. 

https://www.edinburghzoo.org.uk/webcams/panda-cam/

Home Learning Update 25/03/2020

 

Please watch and listen to the Jack and the Beanstalk story. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zurz-pL-uzw&safe=active

 

Can you draw and write about your favourite part of the story. 

 

 

Home Learning Update 30/03/20

 

We hope you have had a good weekend and are ready to do some more learning this week. 

 

Fancy a Maths challenge? Look below to see the Number Bonds challenge. 

 

There are lot's of Maths activities online. Please follow the link : https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?Subject=37

 

There are also lot's of Phonics activities online. Please follow the link: https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/.

The Username is: march20 The Password is: home

 

 

 

 

Remember to keep doing some physical activity at home

Home Learning Update 30/03/20

Can you find all the number bonds to 10?

Online Resources

Home Learning Updated 03/04/2020

Home Learning Updated 7/4/20

Home Learning Update 14/04/2020

 

Ask a family member to download a QR Reader from the app store on their phone or their tablet. Work together to solve the 2d and 3d shape problems below. When you have solved all the problems, have a go at drawing and labeling all these shapes in your exercise book.   

2d and 3d Shape Challenges

Doubling- a number becomes twice as many e.g. double 2 is 4.

 

Can you solve these doubling challenges below? Do the work straight into your exercise book. 

Reading

Below is a story book for you to share with a family member. It's called 'Brenda's Boring Egg' When you have read the book together, can you draw a picture about the story in your exercise book and design a new egg for Brenda.

 

There are also some reading challenges below, for you to have a go at. Happy Reading! 

Fun Learning Challenges

Home Learning Updated 17/04/20

We hope you are enjoying the learning activities so far. Here are some more challenges for you to have a go at. Most of them can be done in your exercise book. We look forward to seeing how you get on smiley

Maths Challenges

Writing Challenges- Can you use your phonics to write words and sentences about each of the pictures? Don't forget to use capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.

Creative Challenges- Try and make one, or all of these creative activities. We will look forward to seeing them when we are back at school

Cooking Challenges- take pictures of you and your family making these yummy treats. Stick them into your exercise book so you can share these with your friends when we are back at school.

Home Learning Updated 21/04/20

We hope everyone is well and keeping safe! 

Click on this link and complete some online lessons in Maths and English: https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/reception/#subjects

Phonics Sounds- open up the different word documents to see which sounds you need to practice. Can you name ALL the sounds?

Writing Challenge- now you know your sounds, can you use these sounds to label these pictures?

Numbers to 20- do you know all your numbers to 20? Can you write them and put them in the correct order?

Home Learning Updated 01/05/2020

Please continue with the activities and work that has been set by your teachers. We miss you! 

 

Maths Challenges

Home Learning Updated 07/05/2020

Continue with your learning, and we shall see you very soon! 

Maths Challenges

Writing Challenge

Get Creative

Home Learning Update 18/05/2020

Get A Little Creative This Week!

Koo Koo Kanga Roo - Dinosaur Stomp (Dance-A-Long)

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Home Learning Updated 01/06/20

We all hope you have enjoyed your half term and are ready to do some more learning. 

Continue to work hard, behave and we shall see you all very soon! :) 

 

See below for some new activities for you to complete at home. Start of by listening to the story of The Tiger Who Came to Tea.

The Tiger Who Came to Tea (Listen Along Version)

Narrated by Geraldine McEwan with additional voices by Roger Blake and Jimmy Hibbert (I think)

Now you have watched the story of the Tiger Who Came to Tea, Can you write a shopping list of different foods you could buy to fed the tiger? Can you design your very own Tiger mask and have a tea party with your families? Can you draw and label a picture of the tiger? If you have playdough or Lego, you could try and build your very own tiger!

In your workbook, can you look at the picture of the tiger and write some sentences to describe what he looks like?

Remember your Phonics and Sight Words; keep practicing. See below for YouTube songs. 

Jolly Phonics Phase Two

children good

Jolly Phonics Phase Three

Phase 4 Tricky Words Song Sight Words Song for said, have, like, come, some, what, when

http://www.epicphonics.com Check out our online phonics games and printable resources! A fun sight word and tricky word song covering said have like come som...

Practice Blending Sounds for Reading- CVC Words

http://www.epicphonics.com/resources/phase/2 Check out our printable phonics resources and online games! This reading machine helps children practice blendin...

YouTube has an Alphablocks page, which will help your child to recognise and learn sounds but also blend sounds together to read words. This the link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_qs3c0ehDvZkbiEbOj6Drg

Maths Challenges 

Follow the links and complete the online Maths Challenges! 

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/24447.html

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/24456.html

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/24461.html

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/24502.html

 

Can you make your very own number line using your washing line and pegs. Take a picture and maybe you could stick that inside your workbook. 

Welcome to Reception!

Mrs Cleal (EYFS Lead and PE Lead)

Miss Clift

Miss Balli

Mrs Bi

Mrs Akhtar

Mrs Douglas

Mrs Kauser


Welcome to Reception.

 

We will be helping your child to achieve set targets in different areas of their learning, including

 

Writing: To write simple words and sentences.

 

Reading: To read and understand a simple sentence.

 

Maths: To add and subtract single digit numbers.

To talk about position and distance. To explore halving, doubling and sharing into equal groups.

 

PSED: To talk about ourselves in positive terms. To become more independent. Getting ready for the transition to year 1.

 

 

PE

PE will take place every Friday. Your child will need to have a PE kit in school so they can get changed.

Your child will need:

· Plain white t-shirt

· Black jogging bottoms, leggings or shorts

· Black pumps or trainers

 

PLEASE LABEL ALL CLOTHING!!!

PLEASE REMOVE ALL JEWELLERY 

 

Reading Books

We will continue to send home story books every Friday. The story book is for you to share with your child, together finding words that your child knows. Please try to regularly read your child’s home reading book with them and talk to them about the stories. What did you like the best? What happened in the story? What happened at the beginning? middle? end? Encourage you child to find familiar words and sounds. 

We will also be sending home a reading book for your child to read to you. They will need to segment the word by reading the sounds and blending them together. 
We ask that you put both books back into your child's book bag so they can be changed every FRIDAY. 

 

Stay and play sessions.

Look out for an invitation to your child’s stay and play session. You will receive a text message when it’s your child’s session. The classes will be taking it in turns. We would really appreciate your support and look forward to seeing you.

 

Outdoor Clothing

Your child will be working in an outdoor learning area every day as part of the curriculum. Could you please send your child to school in appropriate clothing. Now that the weather is getting warmer please ensure that you apply sun cream before school and send your child with a sun hat.

 

 

 

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