Annie Lennard Primary School

Reception school closure work

 

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 INTERACTIVE LEARNING

 File number 8. Gives you direct links to supporting resources on Twinkl.

 Below, you will find different activities that we would have focused on each week in Reception.

 Please complete a parent observation for the activities that your child completes. We will add them to their Learning Journey when they return to school!

 Keep an eye out for observations around the Early Learning Goals (file number 3) to show how your child has achieved them.

 Week Begining 23rd March

 Maths

 Doubling. Most children know that 1+1=2 and 5+5=10. Secure knowledge on the other doubles (2+2, 3+3, 4+4) and then recognise them as doubling.

 EG knowing that double 4 is 8. As aswell as knowing 4+4=8

 Once secure with double to 5, move onto doubles to 10.

 Do number actions. Eg hop on one leg 10 times. Run around the garden three times.

 Writing

 Practise writing your first name and last name.

 We are not encouraging children to write about EVERYTHING! SO if they draw a picyure, can they write a sentence about it too?

 If they plant a seed, can they write a sentence about what they did?

 Reading

 There are lots of reading activities on twinkl that you can share with your children.

 Compose some simple sentences for children to read. Eg I can see a bag in the box.

 Access phonics play games using the link above.

 Practise words in your robot pots if you have one. More words for your robot pots can be found as number 9 in the files.

 Practise words in your word book if you have one. The next sets of words can be found as number 10 in the files.

 Other

 Planting beans and taking care of them.

 Predicting what they think will happen to their seed. 

 Role play area has become a shop. Using language around money and understanding the concept of money.

 Week Beg 30th March

 Maths

 Counting in 10s.

 Play What’s the time Mr Wolf – using “o’clock” times.

 Begin to learn to subtract, take away, minus using numbers up to 10. Eg 9 – 4 =

 Work them out by drawing pictures or using practical objects such as toys, lego bricks etc.

 Writing

 Practise writing your first name and last name.

 Write to your teacher to tell her all of the things that you have been up to this week!

 Write sentences using the words in the reading section.

 We are not encouraging children to write about EVERYTHING! SO if they draw a picyure, can they write a sentence about it too?

 Reading

 CHILDREN WITH ROBOT POTS IN THEIR BOOK BAGS …

 Practise words in your robot pots if you have one. More words for your robot pots can be found as number 9 in the files.

 CHILDREN WHO DO NOT HAVE A ROBOT POT …

 Practise reading tricky words; are, me, my, be, she, was.

 Read words with these sounds: book, food, look, moon, zoom, rain, train, drain, coat, boat, loaf, soap, moan.

 Other

 Observe changes to their bean. How have they looked after it? What does it look like now? Draw a picture and write sentences about it.

 Measure any growth on your plants.

 Use a timer to see how long it takes you to do things, such as run around the garden, brush your teeth, build a tower, put your toys away.

Easter related activities – new life.

 Week Beg 20th April

 Maths

 Counting in 10s.

 Solving worded problems involving + and -
EG  Mrs Day has 3 bananas. (Children draw 3 bananas). She buys 2 more banana. (children draw two more bananas). How many bananas does she have altogether?

  A polar bear catches 5 fish. (Children draw 5 fish). 2 of them swim away. (Here, discuss if you need more or less?) Do it practically. (It is less so they need to rub out 2 fish). How many fish does he have left?

  Write number sentences to match, Eg 3+2=5

 5-2=3

 Writing

 Practise writing your first name and last name.

  Write to your teacher to tell her all of the things that you have been up to this week!

  Write sentences using the ar sound that your grown up has taught you.

  We are not encouraging children to write about EVERYTHING! SO if they draw a picyure, can they write a sentence about it too?

 Reading

 CHILDREN WITH ROBOT POTS IN THEIR BOOK BAGS Practise words in your robot pots if you have one. More words for your robot pots can be found as number 9 in the files.

  CHILDREN WHO DO NOT HAVE A ROBOT POT …

 Practise reading tricky words; are, was, for, go, no, into

  Read words with these sounds: feet, meet, see, bee, green,

  Introduce the or sound. https://www.bing.com/videos/
search?q=youtube+pronunciation+of+phonemes&view
=detail&mid=E6B97686F1CF37A94425E6B97686F
1CF37A94425&FORM=VIRE
20th second tells you how to pronounce it and teach it to your child. Then practise reading the words fork, born, torn, horn,

 Other

 Observe changes to their bean. How have they looked after it? What does it look like now? Draw a picture and write sentences about it.

Look at life cycles of animals.  

 

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