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Links for home learning and how to support your child at home can be found on the Reception Curriculum page.

Weekly letter to our children

letter 19.5.20

Letter week18.5.20

We hope you have enjoyed half-term and are excited about your new learning activities. We are really looking forward to seeing some of you this half-term in school 🙂

This half term we will be learning about Dinosaurs.

 

Each week we will carry out activities based around our topic in the following areas:

  • The Prime Areas: Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Communication and Language, Physical Development
  • The Specific Areas: Literacy, Mathematics, Understanding the World, Expressive Arts and Design
  • We also have daily Phonics sessions.

Below are some examples of the activities the children will be doing this half term:

Space topic web

Mrs Gurr and Mrs Kitching Reading Stories

The Tiger Who Came To Tea By Judith Kerr

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The Smartest Giant In Town By Julia Donaldson

Tiddler By Julia Donaldson

For your information:

  • PE day is Friday- please ensure PE kit is in school and hair is tied back.
  • Children require a Wild Woods kit every Monday.
  • Please ensure that you write in your child’s Home School Link book every time they read their book- we will change their book when they have read it at least 3 times at home.
  • Please continue to practice the Phase 2 sounds with your children at home, along with the high frequency and tricky words. We are currently learning our Phase 3 sounds and tricky words- please begin to practice these too!  The children love Mr Thorne on YouTube, he has videos on all of the Phase 2 and 3 sounds.
  • We write in precursive handwriting, the more practice the children get the better! (You can find the letters in their Home School Link book).
  • Marvellous Me box- Children need to fill the box with their special things (they will share these with the class). Please return the box to school as soon as they have filled it.
  • Billy the Bear- Please take pictures of some of the things Billy gets up to whilst he is with you. We suggest that the children keep him for around 1 week.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=916G6pHU6Hg