Reception Class Blogs
Cooking Challenge Get cooking with your grown ups! Lots of children have sent in pictures of their cooking and baking. What can you make? Practise preparing some simple food Practise cutting up fruit and make a picture/an arrangement on the plate Make a sandwich together- think about all the small s…Read More
Lets get active Use the numbers 1 2 3 4 and 5 to come up with an exercise routine. For example… 1 lap of the garden 2 times up and down the stairs 3 star jumps 4 sideways rolls 5 frog jumps Take a short video for us to see your daily exercise routine, we can’t wait to see that you are all staying…Read More
This week’s reading challenge Find your favorite story! Tell the story to your grown up using the pictures to help. Can you name all the characters and recall the story? Use your odd socks to make some sock puppets- Can you put on a puppet show for your family? Take a picture or short video o…Read More
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 t…Read More
Letters and Sounds 23.10.20 Today we would like you to have fun with the letters and sounds you already know s a t p i n m Play bingo..write down the letters you already know on a sheets of paper and the letters on separate pieces, then take it in turns to pick a letter, first to get all their lett…Read More
Today’s task… 23.10.20 Today’s task is to revise all of the 4 shapes that we have learnt this week- circle, square, triangle, oblong/rectangle. Draw a picture of each shape on separate pieces of paper. Go and hide them all around the house for a shape hide and seek! Ask your child to go shape hunt…Read More
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.