Summer Revision Skills Booklet.
Dear families of Ocker Hill Infant and Nursery.
Thank you for all the engagement and interaction with the home learning on the website and sending work in for the teachers to see. This truly has been a new way of working and we thank you for the support.
This is greatly appreciated in such times that we have been experiencing; we hope that you have found it helpful for you with the lessons, guidance, work and activities that have been set.
We are uploading Summer Skills books below that you can use and work through at your own leisure if you would like.
Also remember that we are available by email for any questions and support you would like.
06.07.2020 - OHI Ourselves Project!
Check out the teachers Wellness Weeks!!
Summer 2 - Week 5 Learning - 29.06.2020
Hello Reception families; we hope you had a lovely weekend
Firstly; thank you to all those that took part in Sports Wellness Week; we hope you have a fun week and felt excited by the different activities that were set.
So we are onto a new week; week 5; where has the time gone and today the 29th June 2020 would have been our Year Group trip to Dudley Zoo; where we would find out about all the animals and have a fun day up close and personal with some minibeasts. As sad as this makes us feel; the reception staff are happy that you are all safe and well with your families.
So this week is Class 2 at the Zoo.
Today’s book is ‘Class 2 at the Zoo’: https://youtu.be/M1ighBNmOwI or https://youtu.be/VsUsmfHyJGg This week we would have been attending the Zoo to link and consolidate our learning about animals. What did you notice about parts of the story? This would have been a lot of discussion about the trip, writing key facts and also writing a recount of the trip. We would have also been able to talk about our favourite animals that we saw on the day and how we were impressed by all the facts. Have you been to a zoo before? Which Zoo did you go to? What is/was your favourite animal? We can have lots of discussions about animals over this week.
When you have read Class 2 at the Zoo – can you recall the story? What was your favourite part of the story? How did the story make you feel? . – Remember you can send it to us at email@example.com We can’t wait to see your work!
Let's look at some riddles... Can you listen to the clues to help you guess what animal is being described... Once you have had a practise with the PowerPoint; try and use the document to solve the riddles below the PowerPoint... Listen carefully...
Remember how important it is to always work on our numbers; well this week in Maths we will be practising our number recogntion and counting sets reliably. We will even try to write the numbers too that match a spoken word; Like thirty two = 32 and sixteen = 16.
As well this we will be using apparatus to work on Subtraction - Taking away - Minus - Less than...
Maths - Subtraction
When we are subtrsacting; we might also hear the words, taking away; less than, minus.. All these words are different ways to mean or say Subrtraction.
Good morning Families!
Can we start by saying how proud of you all we are!!
We hope you are all staying well and safe and truly having good times learning lots of different skills with your families. Remember it is not just about the learning you are doing but all the life skills you are doing, maybe riding a bike, planting seeds, having a compost heap, exploring new places, finding out new interests.
We as your teachers think about you daily and often have discussions about how great you all are. We all miss you dearly and are brightened up by the thoughts of all your personalities and smiling faces that certainly warm our hearts!!
Happy Wednesday - Stay Safe - Stay Mindful - Stay as YOU are!!
Lots of love and virtual hugs
Miss Bailey, Miss Gittins, Mrs Hobin, Miss Clark and Miss Bennett xxxxx
Here is your Wednesday Update
Today's story is "1,2,3 to the Zoo"
We are today going to be orally rehearsing stories to help us to write a story! Become an author for the day or the week, what characters will you have, where is your story set, what happens. How about we write a story about being at the Zoo.
Also we have lots of Phonics revision, Maths work and don't forget to look after your Well-being!
A PowerPoint about a simple story about a Trip to the Zoo.
Phonics - check the PowerPoints to revise you phonic skills and apply your phonics to read a variety of words, words that are real and words that are pseudo (this means not real) Then have a look at the sheets that Twinkl have shared with us to practise matching the caption to the picture.
Now let's use the PowerPoint to write a story! How can we help ourselves orally rehearse a story before beginning to write one.
Use the Twinkl sheets below to help you also xx
Today we are looking at sharing; this is also known as Division. So sharing here is making sure the sets are equal and that means both sides/groups will have the same.
Take a look at the PowerPoint and the Twinkl worksheet to try this skill out!
Also we are going to working on number skills below too.. Let's recap and challenge ourselves.
Good morning Good morning on this cold wet morning!
You made it, that was a long scroll down the page!
So it's Friday update!
We have had 2 great stories and now it is time for another.
Another of my favourites...…. "Dear Zoo"
And then we will be working on our phonics by reading and also applying what we know to lots of writing activities and we even have a Communication and Language matching activity.
Have fun, Work hard, Practise your skills.
And most of all...
Now maybe you can try the story using a little bit of Makaton :)
Writing Skills - Complete a story, Write about animals, How about you write a letter? Or even write an animal description... It is your choice, Have a go!!
Try this Communication and Language matching activity..
Now onto some Maths skills.
Multiplication and Repeated Addition
As well as matching numbers, reading and writing numbers...
And remember all those number skills, counting as far as you can, counting in your number patterns, counting forwards and backwards.
And try some activities too.... :) Twinkl helps us with some cool activities.
And you have worked really hard..... Here is some coloring for you to do also!
Animals - this is interesting! Amazing Animal Behaviours!
26.06.2020 - Sport Wellness Week - Finishing Friday
25.06.2020 - Sports Wellness Week - Thinking Thursday
24.06.2020 - Sports Wellness Week - Well-being Wednesday
23.06.2020 - Sports Wellness Week - Try New Tuesday
22.06.2020 - Sports and Wellness Week - Motivation Monday
Summer 2 - Week 4 learning - 22.06.2020
Use the books to read and discuss. – Remember you can send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org We can’t wait to see your work!
Twinkl have also given us some revision Phonics that we can work on, Practise helps us get better - Thanks Twinkl. We love learning!
Maths - Addition including using fingers, numicon, objects, counting on, using a numberline of a 100 square. Remember to work on you number bonds as well as Snappy Maths, using Number Patterns
Summer 2 - Week 3 Learning - 15.06.2020
Welcome to another Week families. We hope that you are keeping very well and of course staying safe. Let's hope for a brighter week. As shops begin to open; please remember to stay safe; stay alert and stay happy.
We are always thinking about you all and continue to miss those bright faces that we shared daily.
Here is your weeks learning and we hope that you have lots of shared moments x
Help for supporting your child with reading a story
Monday Update - 15.06.2020
Monday update - Mon - week beg 15th June R.pdf. This week we have a new story - The Bad Tempered Ladybird - Story time Miss Randall will be sharing this story with us. Be aware to read the story; listen to the story, discuss the story, can you compare the story to other stories that you have read or that you know. Once you have read the story, use AP Boxing Clever as we always do to recall the story. This story focuses on emotions and time. Discuss all the parts of the story; including what was your favourite part.
PSED - Emotions - as this story explores emotions, we will be looking at how we feel. What makes you happy? What makes you feel upset? What makes you angry? Remember Chirpy and Bounce and 5 to thrive; We need to be a 5 to thrive but sometimes we need to regulate ourselves through the different emotions. When do you feel bad tempered like the Ladybird - Ifeel bad temoered when emotions.pdf
Wednesday Update - 17.06.2020
Here is your Wednesday Update - Wed - week beg 15th June R.pdf. Have Fun!
Did you enjoy The Bad Tempered Ladybird? Miss Bailey likes that story and I hope you did too? Today’s story is The Very Lazy Ladybird https://youtu.be/Adyr1MpwXSg or https://youtu.be/xNFLSyAVKQU. Talk about the story and begin to recall the story? What sort of Ladybird was she? What couldn’t she do? What was her ideas to go and sleep somewhere else? What animals did this ladybird talk about?
Friday Update - 19.06.2020
It is Friday Update - Fri - week beg 15th June R.pdf - What a wet week we have had families. We hope you have still managed to get out and get some fresh air as well as look at the beautiful nature that needed the water and is blossoming. Also you can see what minibeasts come out when the weather is a litter wetter than normal. We miss you and continue to think about you daily as routines and life changes. Most of all, remember to stay safe, stay happy and of course make memories...
PE - Physical Physical Physical - we love to get ourselves moving. Why not try the exercise video below
Summer 2 - Week 2 Learning - 08.06.2020
Morning families - Welcome back to another week after a slightly wet weekend, although I do not hear the gardens, grasses and plants complaining :) We all hope that you had a lovely weekend and are looking forward to another week of memories, family time and of course; your favourite; seeing what work we have for you this week.
We like to remind you to keep smiling, keep being you and remember how brilliant you all are. Keep practising, keep showing your skills and of course Stay Safe, Stay Alert and Stay Happy.
We think about you all daily and remember all those smiles, quirky mannerisms and quality conversations we always have.
Monday Update - 08.06.2020
This week sees us looking at a new story under Minibeasts - 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar'. YOu can listen to the story - The Very Hungry Caterpillar - after reading the story, you have a have a go at sequencing the story, writing some dictated sentences as well, Phonics, snappy maths, number bond rap, handwriting practise and of course going on a bug hunt.
Remember to look through Monday update sheet to see what the activities are in detail.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar PowerPoint - Now sequence the story - Literacy; Writing dictated sentences, listen to a sentence, hold the sentence then write it down; Don't forget your punctuation. Physical - Handwriting - Letter formation using the correct orientation.
Wednesday 10th June 2020
Morning to you all on this Wednesday morning - Hoping that you are all well and staying safe. Remember we are always here if you need us and you email us on email@example.com - we are more than happy to help with any questions you may have and we always look looking at any work, pictures or adventures you are doing.
We hope that you are exploring lots and doing many of your favourite things as well as going out for a daily walk/exercise.
We all miss you lots and remember each of your smiling faces all the time.
Take care, Stay safe and Be happy.. xx
From Miss Gittins, Miss Bailey, Miss Clark, Mrs Hobin and Miss Bennett xxxxx
Always remember to keep referring back to your home learning update sheet where the work, skills and support is also available.
Today's story is 'The Crunching munching caterpillar' and can be listened to here - The Crunching Munching Caterpillar Listen to this story and discuss it. Were there any similarities to our Monday Story 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar'. Use the two stories and discuss them...
UW - Science - the Planting of a seed. As you can see the weather is perfect for seeds, plants and growth. Just what a plant needs to grow, water, with some sun that we are expecting the end part of this week, Thursday and Friday.
Friday Update - 12.06.2020
Morning to all our Reception families. We are hoping that you are all well and safe. What a week it has been with the weather, it has certainly took a change. Here is hoping for some nice weather for you all soon.
So we hope you have had lots of fun this week, exploring, chilling, having a duvet day, movie time and lots more.
Here is your Friday Update and we look forward to hearing from you on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take Care, Be Happy, Share the Love, Show Respect and Be Good!!
Today’s book is mad about minibeasts! https://youtu.be/6oUEWJTcQaY Can you now write a review, create a book cover, draw the minibeasts you know and write about them; can you label the minibeasts that you have drawn.
Also why not read some of the books below and see which books you like and liked and take the time to read them and talk about them. Extend you comprehension skills! Twist and Hop minibeast bop - https://youtu.be/xalBG7Grv4Y Ten wriggly wiggle caterpillars - https://youtu.be/KOc3TR_VWuo
Geography Project Final Message
Welcome back after Whitsun Break - Summer 2 - 01.06.2020
Monday Update - This week we are looking at 'This is the Bear and the Picnic Lunch'. We will be reading the story and retelling it using 'Boxing Clever' and also for Literacy we will be writing an invitation to the Teddy Bear's Picnic - Remember to use your phonics to spell, your tricky word mat to help you as well as using your punctuation, Capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.
For Maths - we are looking at more and less than, as well as recapping counting in number patterns, 2s, 5s and 10s.
Wednesday Update - 03.06.2020
Miss Gittins, Miss Bailey and the Reception team would like to check that you are doing ok. We hope that you are all safe and well and of course we want to remind you that you are all missed. Every day we think about you and your families with a smile on our faces.
We hope that you are enjoying the home learning and we always look forward to seeing your hard work and continuous dedication and creativity to learning.
Remember you can email us any questions and of course your work to email@example.com
Take care of each other, Stay Safe, Stay Positive and Stay Happy!
Literacy - This is the Bear and the Picnic Lunch - Writing - We have been writing invitations and now it is time to write a shopping list for the food. Key things to remember; How do we write a list? What do we need to remember? Check the daily update sheet for key video clips and a word mat to help...
Friday Update - 05.06.2020
Good morning to you all on this wet Friday morning. We are hoping you have had a good week and are still exploring, working hard and of course enjoying special time with your families.
Take care and Stay Alert!!
Miss Bailey, Miss Gittins and the Reception Team. xx
Today is World Environmental Day so here is a PowerPoint to round of the Project that you did for Mrs Dutfield for Geography.
Geography Project 'We Love Our Planet' Friday update 22.05.20
A message from your teachers
Good morning Ocker Hill parents and and children! This is Mrs Dutfield and I just wanted to say a huge THANK YOU for all of your hard work! Many of you have sent us your project ideas to our home learning email and your teachers have loved looking at them! We are so proud of you. I hope you like your certificate!
There is still time to enter your project by email, the completion date is Monday 1st June 2020 after your half term holiday. So please keep sending your ideas in to our firstname.lastname@example.org email, we love to see your ideas!
Today we have a little treat for you! Your teachers have been working really hard on the 'We Love Planet Earth' project too! The presentation below has lots of messages from your teachers, giving you some ideas for both your project and every day lives to help keep our planet safe!
We hope you enjoy it!
Best wishes and thanks again,
Mrs Dutfield (Class Teacher and School Geography Lead) xx
A thank you - thank-you-teachers-and-children-presentation.pdf
Summer 1 - Week 5 - 18.05.2020. Geography Project.
Good morning Ocker Hill parents and children! This is Mrs Dutfield and this week I am setting a homework challenge for you and your families to enjoy! The homework project is called 'We Love Our Planet!' and is set in conjunction with World Environmental Day 2020. All the details and resources for this week are below, I hope you enjoy them! Please send your entries and ideas into our email@example.com email by Monday 1st June 2020 and you can receive a certificate for your hard work!
Any questions please do not hesitate to contact me by email!
Many thanks, Mrs Dutfield (Class Teacher and School Geography Lead) xx
Letter to launch the project - letter-to-launch-your-homework-project.pdf
A message and a lesson - a-message-and-lesson-from-mrs-dutfield-.pdf
Ideas for your homework - ideas-for-your-homework-project.pdf
Your poster template - poster-template.pdf
Below are even more resources for you to enjoy with your family, hope you enjoy them!
Twinkl Messy Magpie Story The Messy Magpie story.pdf
Twinkl Messy Magpie Information Powerpoint Recycling information from Messy Magpie.pdf
Twinkl Messy Magpie Sorting Game Messy magpie recycling sorting game.pdf
We're Going Green! Song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DJ45Yc3urg
Turtle Diaries Recycling Game https://www.turtlediary.com/game/recycling-waste.html
British Council Recycling Game https://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/games/clean-and-green
Summer 1 - Week 4 Learning - 11.05.2020
Hello Reception, we hope you had a lovely weekend and enjoyed lots of VE Day celebrations!
Remember you can send your work or a message to your teachers using the email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our topic this week is going to be all about bears. So far we have looked at fiction books about bears including: 'Peace at Last' and 'We're going on a Bear Hunt'. This week we are going to explore non-fiction books which tell us lots of different facts about bears.
Look at this video to explore different facts about bears around the world: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54CDgurNMSI
We would like you to make a fact file about bears. Click here and have a look at this PowerPoint about non-fiction books and then choose a bear to write a fact file about..
Have a look at this example of fact file about pandas - fact-file-panda-.pdf
Counting in 2s song :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyCr0IgbYcI&t=31s
Counting in 3s song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V96IZWctZYA
Counting in 5s song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cJ4jV14Oz5I&t=68s
Hey to all our Reception families
We hope that all of you are safe and well and enjoying the work that is set for you on the page.
We miss you all; with those smiles and chats that you all share and hope that you are sharing those with your families.
Remember; we are all here to support you and email us if you need us; Miss Gittins and Miss Bailey will always respond quickly.
Stay Safe, Stay Active, Take Care and look after each other.
Poppies and Tulips staff :)
Wednesday Update - home-learning-wednesday-11th-may.pdf
Today we are looking at 2d and 3d shapes. We are having a go at naming the shapes, sorting the shapes into 2D and 3D as well as describing the shapes using the properties. 2D shapes are flat, 3D shapes are solid. Use the PowerPoiint below to test and teach the Shape names and properties - Click here for shapes PowerPoint
Can you continue to research Bears. Look at the PowerPoint below to help you with information and questions to support your learning - Polar Bear facts - https://youtu.be/T8Yvx9aZumc.
So let's talk bears - bears-pp.pdf.
Bears - bears.pdf
Bears hibernate and there is a PowerPoint below to help support your hibernation learning. Click here and have a look and discuss this with your families...
The PowerPoint helps you to use and develop you estimation skills. What does Estimation mean? Can you estimate? Look at the PowerPoint to support your learning...
Here is some activities to help you with your estimation - Have a go!!
Maybe you can now try and learn the estimate song - https://youtu.be/T7BlxTIH_bs
Your Friday Update; keep working hard and keep making memories, Stay Safe, Take Care and remember how much your teachers miss you.
It is very important that you exercise, stay healthy, love each other and talk lots and explore as much as you can...
Here is some speed phonics for you - See how many words you can segment and blend as well as write.
We would like you to discuss and explore ice!
Have a look at the PowerPoint and discuss the questions and then you could have a go at one of the experiments- what do you think will happen to the ice?
Take a look at the ice investigation
Which one do you think will melt the ice the quickest?
What else could we use to try and melt the ice?
Remember to use Pete Predict to help you discuss what you think will happen.
Days of the week song:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXMofxtDPUQ
Months of the year song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5enDRrWyXaw
Seasons song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZjpI6fgYSY
Let's get creative; this week for Design and Technology; we are designing an igloo; this could be a safe place for the Bears to go and keep themselves warm.. -
PSHE - we can have great discussions about Dreams and Goals - we often set ourselves goals and targets to work towards... What and How do you want to challenge yourselves next?
Music - This week we have new Music to listen and respond to before we continue too sing the Bear Funk Song.
Physical Education - Keep active and Keep trying new Physical activities; use the PE cards or just go into the garden and exercise to keep your body and mind healthy. Warm up, physical activity, cool down!!
Summer 1 - Week 3 Learning - 04.05.2020
This week we have a new Story - Peace At Last -Listen here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9U9y35kWBvM
Monday Learning - Mon - week beg 4th May R.pdf
Peace at Last Story PowerPoint - Peace at Last.pdf
Reading Comprehension - peace at last comprehension.pdf
Sequencing Pictures - Peace-at-last-sequencing.pdf
Can you write a caption/ sentence to match a picture - Captions and sentences.pdf
Write a character profile for Mr Bear - Peace at Last Character profile.pdf
Fill in the missing words - fill in the missing words.pdf
Maths - Ordinal numbers - Ordinal Numbers.pdf
Cut and stick the bears using ordinal number - 1st - 5th Ordinal bears 2.pdf
1st to 10th Ordinal bears.pdf
Snappy Maths - Can you use the PowerPoint to help you chant your numbers and continue your Snappy Maths - Number Patterns - Number Patterns Snappy Maths.pdf
When you have explored the Story - Maybe you can discuss you special place - look at the powerpoint below to help you discuss this further - My Special place.pdf
Wednesday Update -
Wednesday Update - home-learning-wednesday-6th-may.pdf
Word mat to help - word-mat Wed.pdf
Sequencing the story and language - word-mat Wed.pdf
Handwriting - letter formation - letter-formation HW.pdf
Twinkl - letter formation handbook - letter-formation-workbook.pdf
Video to help with letter formation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4T_EE6PcZbY
Maths - Telling the time and sequencing events - time-powerpoint.pdf
This week it is Deaf Awareness Week - We live in a society where we are all different and this week we take the time to celebrate Deaf Awareness Week.
This week, we are uploading today (Thursday) as tomorrow (Friday) is the Bank Holiday - VE day. VE day is to celebrate this important time called Victory in Europe Day for the United Kingdom. This Friday marks 75 years since VE Day as the United Kingdom remembers the end of the war. Take a moment to remember the ones that went before us. There is more about this further down the page.
Also you will find a message from Miss Clark and Mrs Hobin
Thursday Learning - Thur - week beg 4th May R.pdf
Twinkl share a VE Day Presentation - VE Day facts PP.pdf
VE Day ideas - ve-day-ideas.pdf
Wartime Recipes - wartime-recipe-booklet.pdf
One of our favourite days in Reception is...….. PE Day. Have a look below at the activity cards that you can try.. - ABC physical education workcards - 3-5 year olds.pdf
In line with VE day and Peace at last we are going to be looking at Diversity in families. Use the PowerPoint to discuss families - maybe learn this song too https://youtu.be/ARCfup8WVkY
Also along with VE Day and Families; we will look at Houses and Homes. Use the PowerPoint to discuss houses and homes further - Have a go at drawing your home - Houses and Homes.pdf
Homes and Observational Drawing - art--drawing-house.pdf
Music - This week we Listen and respond to 'Don't you worry bout a thing' by Incognito and talk about how it makes us feel and then we continue to learn the 'Bear Funk' Song using the copy back - see PowerPoint - Music.pdf
Summer 1 - Week 2 Learning - 27.04.2020
- Don't forget you can access daily online learning from Oak National Academy - Take a look for additional help and support
This week we are still exploring We're going on a Bear Hunt; developing more skills over the week, writing a story, adding and subtracting, doubling and halving, baking, making, exploring and as always Phonics and Reading.
Don't forget we now have the learning email address; email@example.com; where you can send all your project work for the teachers to see :-)
Monday Update - mon---week-beg-27th-april-r.pdf
Wednesday Update - home-learning-wednesday-29th-april.pdf
Friday Update - Fri - week beg 27th April R.pdf
Literacy activities - Use the Story and writing Frame to help you to write the story -
Phonics Phase 1 - segemting-and-blending-pp.pptx
Maths Activities; some by Twinkl to support you -
Obstacle Course - obstacle-course.pub
Music - music.pdf
A message from your teachers... class-messages.pdf
Summer 1 - Week 1 Learning - 20.04.2020
Welcome Back to you all; after what we hope was a Fun Filled Chocolate Blessed Easter Break.
Miss Bailey, Miss Gittins and the Reception Team would like to continue to encourage you during these times to keep shining, keep being you, stay safe, stay positive and of course be AMAZING!
Reminding you that we think about you every day and remember your awesome smiles as each day we had fun filled learning where you explored, shared, interpreted and show your true colours in every way. We miss you lots. We will continue to send you message; set you work and know how hard you are working on many tasks from school as well as from home, exploring your home, your garden, your skills and most of all enjoying precious time with your families in your home. :)
Week Beginning 20th April 2020
Messages from Mrs Hobin and Miss Clark - message-jc-hh.pdf
New Story - We're going on a Bear Hunt. - https://www.storyjumper.com/book/read/21725668/We-are-going-on-a-bear-hunt#
This week our new story is We're Going on a Bear Hunt - you can listen to and interact this story in a variety of ways - see links - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2OI7fe766nk - https://youtu.be/-d1_Z068z74https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iou5LV9dRP0 - https://youtu.be/GiVJWY_ymeA
Retell the story with a adult and use pictures to discuss the story - remembering to use Alan Peat Boxing Clever - Who? Where? What goes wrong? What next? Feelings?
Monday Update - home-learning-week-comm-20th-april.pdf
Wednesday Update - home-learning-wednesday-20th-april.pdf
Friday Update - Fri - week beg 20th April R.pdf
Alan Peat Boxing Clever
Discuss and sequence
Here are some other subject area and creative ideas for you to try linked to our story this week...
On Thursday 23rd April it is St George's Day! Take a look at the PowerPoint below from Twinkl... - t-tp-673-eyfs-all-about-st-georges-day-information-powerpoint-english.ppt
Friday Update 24.04.2020
Morning children; Friday; Don't forget to keep working on all those skills that you have been learning and also make sure you make time to make amazing memories with your families; take photos on your walk., try and walk somewhere new for you daily exercise, make a garden den, do some baking, work on using some lego and construct and finally having a short time on your favourite computer game; which might be something off Education City or Active Learn now. Keep up the good work!!
Please see below for the work document, PowerPoints and video links below:
Friday update - fri---week-beg-20th-april-r.pdf
Doubling - what is Doubling? Can you chant you doubles? Can you write them down using the addition symbol
Double 1 makes....
Double 2 make...
Maths - Doubling - doubling-1-to-5-powerpoint.pdf
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting, prayer, reflection and community. A commemoration of Muhammad's first revelation, the annual observance of Ramadan is regarded as one of the Five Pillars of Islam and lasts twenty-nine to thirty days, from one sighting of the crescent moon to the next.
Ramadan with Idris - https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/52381238
Ramadan pot- the_holy_month_of_ramadan.pdf
Week 2 Learning...
Miss Gittins, Miss Bailey and the Reception team would like to encourage you in these hard times and remind you that daily we think about you and what you may be doing. We truly hope that you enjoy each update and are working hard academically as well as socially and creatively. The world is your oyster and as much as our journey was cut a little short; we continue to work altogether as a team in unity...
Miss Gittins, Miss Bailey, Miss Clark, Miss Bennett, Mrs Hobin, Tulips and Poppies children.
Week Beginning 30th March- The Easter story
It is almost Easter! Have a look at the Easter story and explore how Easter is celebrated in the UK.
Easter celebrations- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StlJgYF-Ki8
Phase 2 tricky word song-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TvMyssfAUx0&t=39s
Phase 3 tricky word song- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R087lYrRpgY&t=71s
Days of the week song-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HtQcnZ2JWsY
A PowerPoint from Twinkl to help discuss Spring..... Thank you Twinkl - all-about-spring-powerpoint.pptx
Today would be our last day of Spring 2 and we would now be breaking up for the Easter Break - We would have made lots of Easter Crafts including chocolate nests, Easter baskets with an egg, Easter cards, retold the Easter Story and learnt about Easter and Spring - bring new life. We hope you are all well and will have a lovely chilled Easter with lots of family fun, chocolate and treats. We have uploaded your Friday update some revision from Twinkl and some lovely crafts and fun for you to have.
Happy Easter to you all and your families. Miss you always
Miss Bailey, Miss Gittins, Mrs Hobin, Miss Clark and Miss Bennett.
Wake up, Shake up dance- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1gUbdNbu6ak
Phonics support - phonicsphase3.pptx
Ideas and information.... Maths - Reception maths activities 30032020.pdf
Literacy - Phonics info.pdf
UW -Make Hot Cross buns - https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/hot-cross-buns
EAD -Make an Easter basket - https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Easter/EasterBasket.aspx
Making chocolate nests - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLIprhqLjb8#action=share
Week 1 Learning...
Last week's learning - Beginning 23rd March - Jack and the Beanstalk - See documents below also.
Last week was Jack and the Beanstalk in the Traditional Tales Topic.
Here is a copy of the story on SlideShare: Jack and the Beanstalk.pdf