Welcome to Reception
Please click on the link below to see our plans for our project
'Would You Like To Be An Astronaut?'
What a fantastic first term we have had in Reception Class!
We have enjoyed exploring our classroom and garden, found dandelion leaves and flowers and fed them to our school guinea pigs and rabbits and chosen our school library books. We now have sound pots and reading books to practice at home, and maths games and activities for homework.
What has really impressed us the most is how well you all share toys with each other, come into school so sensibly and how kind you are to each other as you make new friends in class - fantastic job everyone!
We wish you all a very Happy New Year and are busy planning all of our home learning activities for this term, and are looking forward to meeting up with you online to do them together.
Here are some pictures of us learning...
The Oak National Academy Online Classroom has some complete Foundation Stage lesson videos and activities for you to watch, join in with and learn from. Click the link below to choose English (Literacy), Maths or a Foundation EYFS area of learning:
Have you had a go at making your own rainbow to display in your window at home yet? We have been enjoying spotting the ones where we live. You could use the outline here or make up your own!
What a fantastic job you are all doing practicing your reading at home! We love hearing about the stories you have read yourselves and why you like them, and helping you to choose a new one to take home and share.
Recommended Links to Learning:
Click the link below to find ways to share with young children how they can stay safe when they are online:
Click on the link below to take you to the National Online Safety website. Here you can download parent guides about popular apps and games.
Use the link here to download the correct way to pronounce each letter sound that we are learning, and to sing the song and do the action to help you remember each new sound:
Other resources to support Literacy:
Use the videos below to help you do some warm up activities to get your hands ready for handwriting.
Support your child with Mathematical Development: