Nursery and Reception Home Learning – Monday 1st June 2020

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Welcome back to home learning. We hope you have had a restful break during these difficult times.

The Foundation blog has changed. This is due to our staff working in school full time.

We still want to provide learning opportunities for children who are not attending school at this time.

We will be adding a blog post each Monday which will include a focus story and activities to accompany it. You will have the whole week to complete your chosen tasks and upload them onto Tapestry for us all to see and assess. The tasks can be printed or you can view them and create your own.

We look forward to seeing how you get on!

Story Book

This week the story is: Bump Back to Earth.

How many planets are there? Can you name them? Can you draw them all?

Other space stories to listen to…

There are five stories to listen to, one for each day of the week. Which one is your favourite?

Can you draw a picture or write a sentence about your favourite one?

In the story of Eric and the Red Planet could you count all objects?

You could choose a number and draw the correct number of objects, for example, 3 boxes of space biscuits!

Can you retell the story to your grown-up?

Planet song

Find out what it’s like in space…

Would you like to go into space?

Can you find some materials in your house to make a rocket?

You could use boxes and kitchen paper rolls or Lego or construction kits.

Think about making it tall, can you make it taller than you?

https://www.youtube.com/user/VideoFromSpace

Take a look at this Youtube Channel to find out how every day activities are so different in space!

Weekly Activities

Reception only – Phonics

This half term the phonics sessions are all revision based. We ask our home learners to choose a tricky word each day and write a sentence including it. We have uploaded the tricky word songs to inspire you and a sheet to support writing.

Take a look at this website for a few more idea to support your child practising their tricky words- https://earlyimpactlearning.com/teach-tricky-words/

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