Reception Home Learning 

There has been a great response with uploading home learning to Evidence Me. Thank you to RH and RE parents for already making a success of our new platform. The learning that has been going on at home has been fantastic, keep up the good work and keep sending in your photos regularly. The staff have loved seeing all the pictures and enjoy commenting on the wonderful learning going on. 
1. Take photos/videos of general play (Things that your child enjoys doing/chooses to do) e.g. riding their bike, doing daily exercise, making pictures, building with Lego, talking about their favourite topics etc.
2. Take pictures of completed worksheets from the home learning packs.
3. Take pictures of completed online tasks (Found in the blogs below).
4. Take pictures/videos of your child working on their Next Steps.
Top tip: If you take the pictures on your phone’s camera, you can upload multiple pictures all at once! This helps if you have taken more than one photo or video of the same activity.
If you are having any difficulties using Evidence Me, please get in contact with school and someone will be there to help you.
New home learning packs, for the next two weeks will be available from the school office from Monday 18th January.

We suggest that each day…

They complete the daily Phonics task in your child’s home learning pack   (10-15 minutes)

They complete a short Maths activity- in your child’s home learning pack/or practical Maths through play- using your child’s Next Steps as a guide   (10-15 minutes)

They practise writing their name   (5 minutes)

Daily reading- Practise reading games in packs/Access online reading such as Phonics Play or Oxford Owl- see links under reading blog    (10 minutes)

In addition to this, throughout the week we also suggest…

Lots of learning through play

Practising their Next Steps (Please see Evidence Me/Pick up a copy from the school office)

Staying active

Being creative

If you think your child has met any of their personal Next Steps, please upload pictures or videos to Evidence Me. We will then give you new challenges to work towards and update their Next Steps. We would love to see your learning everyday, so please upload pictures as often as you can!

Reception Class Blogs

Get Creative

Start a special project Get creative by starting with something your child is interested in, for example- dinosaurs, princesses, superheroes, animals, technology etc. Use Pinterest or google images to search for art and craft ideas… try typing in, ‘dinosaurs art and craft EYFS’ or… ‘dinosaurs ar…

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Get active!

Lets get active! Please take pictures and short videos of your child enjoying exercise and upload them on to Evidence Me!  Jo Wicks is back…  The sessions called PE with Joe are streamed live on Wicks’ YouTube channel at 9am three days a week. They will be 20-minutes long and would be a great star…

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Story time!

This week’s reading challenge All about my favourite book… Get your child to choose their favourite story (a physical book or online story). Read the story to your child and ask them simple who, what, when, where and why questions Wednesday- Ask your child to recall the main parts of the story, tell…

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Daily name writing 🙂

Write your name every day! The children have been making great progress with name writing. We practise writing our names everyday after lunch so it would be great if you could keep this up at home. I have attached a photo with a few ideas to try. Help your child by teaching them how to hold their pe…

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This week’s Phonics

Letters and Sounds  Please upload photos or videos of your child practising phonics on Evidence Me! Please continue to practise reading all of the words in your child’s reading games folder daily. You could also practise learning and singing the Jolly Phonics songs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xz…

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This Week’s Maths

On Evidence Me, you will see a picture of your child’s personal next steps. This will tell you exactly where they are up to with their learning in Maths and you can work towards achieving these targets from home. Additionally, below are a few simple activities that you can do for Maths this week. Pl…

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Reception Class Blogs

Useful Links and Websites

Phonics

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4VknD1I0Zc4 – All of the jolly phonics songs in order. Phase 2 ends with the letter ‘u’ at around 4 minutes in. It will be on your child’s next steps where they are up to in Phonics. You can use this as a guide and learn one new sound/song each day.

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/1    Phase 1 games

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/2    Phase 2 games

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https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/reading/reading-age-4-5-reception/ Phonics guidance

Reading

https://www.storylineonline.net/ People reading children’s stories

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/reading/reading-age-4-5-reception/ Online books

YouTube- Just type in your favourite stories e.g.

https://www.youtube.com/results?sp=mAEB&search_query=The+gruffalo

or a more general search, e.g. bed time stories/rhyming stories

Writing

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPg9qpq6Hhg – Correct pencil grip

Maths

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/topics/numeracy

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?Subject=16&AgeGroup=1

Physical Development

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=cosmic+kids+yoga

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Just+dance+kids

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Kids+zumba

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=pe+with+joe+wicks

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=dough+disco

General home learning

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/help-child-learn-age-4-5/

Lots of great activities on here for all subjects. There is also guidance and help to support parents with phonics and early reading/writing.

Wow! Look at some of the fantastic learning from last time. Take a look through for some more ideas.

Remember to keep uploading your pictures to Evidence Me 🙂

Mrs Cooper has been doing some of the home learning to show you! Take a look for lots of fantastic ideas 🙂
Joanne has been busy experimenting with colours! Can you try a science experiment at home? Have a look on YouTube for lots of child friendly science experiments. Click on the pictures to enlarge and view the instructions.
Miss Harris has been busy recreating the magic milk experiment. It didn’t turn out so well because my food colouring had gone gloopy! Can you do a better job?
All you need is…
  • a small plate filled with milk
  • drops of different food colouring in the milk
  • a cotton bud coated with washing up liquid.
Once you have put drops of coloring into your milk, touch the milk with the end of your cotton bud and watch as the colours repel each other and dance around the plate.
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