Home Learning – 29th June

Hello Reception!

Here is your home learning planner for this week. Don’t forget, we would love to see photo’s of your work on Twitter if you can share them with us.

We hope to see you soon!

Download: Reception – Home Learning Plan – 29th June [PDF]

Download: Reception – Addition Spots [PDF]
Download: Reception – Castle [PDF]
Download: Reception – Phase 2 Tricky Word Game [PDF]
Download: Reception – Resilient Me [PDF]
Download: Reception – Spot the Mistakes [PDF]
Download: Reception – Word Ladder [PDF]

Home Learning – 8th June

Hello Reception!

We hope you have had an enjoyable half-term break.

Here is your home learning planner for this week. Don’t forget, we would love to see photo’s of your work on Twitter if you can share them with us.

We hope to see you soon!

Download: Reception – Home Learning Plan – 08/06/20 [PDF]

Download: Reception – Real and Nonsense Words [PDF]
Download: Reception – Snakes and Ladders Games [PDF]
Download: Reception – 5 Things Challenge Cards [PDF]
Download: Reception – Worm and Apple Counting Strip [PDF]
Download: Reception – Cursive Alphabet Letter Formation [PDF]

Home Learning – 11th May

Good morning Reception, we hope you are all keeping safe and well. This is our new planning format and we hope it provides you with plenty of activities to dip into throughout the week. We love to hear all about what you have been up to, so keep sharing your work or news with us. Take care.

Download: Reception Home Learning 11.05.20 [PDF]

Reception – Make a Monster

Morning Reception! I hope you’re all happy and healthy. Here’s a nice activity to try at home:

1) Play the ‘make a monster’ game with a grownup or a sibling by folding a piece of paper into three or four sections and taking it in turns to draw the different body parts of the monster..keep them secret to get the funniest looking monsters!

2) Colour and decorate your monster to bring it to life!

3) Create a model of your monster out of playdough, plasticine or junk modelling/recycling around the house.

4) Talk to your grownups about the monster. What are they called? Where do they live? What kind of personality do they have?

5) Write about your monster using WOW words to describe their looks and behaviour. You could even try writing a short poem about them!

Here’s an example me and my children did together…we called him ‘Haydepus’

Haydepus was a terrifying beast, His flaming blue hair lights up his next feast. With octopus legs, crab like claws And razor sharp teeth in his overslung jaws. If you spot The Haydepus, BEWARE! You might need a fresh pair of underwear!

Have fun and stay safe everyone!