Whilst we would like you to be able to complete as much of our home learning as you can, we also understand that this may not always be possible. This may be for a number of reasons. We appreciate that every family is going through a range of different experiences and challenges at the moment and we would not want you to be hard on yourselves if you do not feel able to complete learning on a particular day in a given week. All we ask is that you and your children try to do whatever you can, with the time and resources you have available. We will always be very grateful for anything you are able to do, but will not mind if some work is left incomplete.
Block 4: Monday 1st- Friday 5th June 2020
Here is some more home learning to keep you busy for the next week ahead.
Please click on the documents below to access block 4 home learning. We love to see all of the wonderful things you have been doing at home, please continue to update us via Tapestry or our email addresses.
Keep smiling, stay safe.
When it comes to sight vocabulary, 'tricky words' or 'red words' as they are referred to in Read Write Inc. cannot be sounded out but must be recognised as the whole word. It is true that using flashcards is one of the best ways to teach tricky words, as learning to read these words is all about memory and recognition more than anything else. However, there are lots of fun games that can really bring the teaching of tricky words to life and make it exciting and more stimulating process.
Please see documents below for some ideas.
Block 3: Monday 11th- Friday 22nd May 2020
Here is some more home learning to keep you busy for the next two weeks.
Please click on the documents below to access block 3 home learning. We love to see all of the wonderful things you have been doing at home, please continue to update us via Tapestry or our email addresses.
Keep smiling, stay safe.
Block 2 Home Learning
Please click on the documents below to access block 2 home learning. We love to see all of the wonderful things you have been doing at home, please continue to update us via Tapestry or our email addresses. We look forward to seeing how you get on with your new challenges!
Read, Write, Inc. phonics support:
Home learning useful websites
Fun online maths activities - https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/kids-activities/fun-maths-games-and-activities/
Phonics Play - https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/
Julia Donaldson is reading weekly stories and has lots of fun activities on her Facebook page 'The Gruffalo'
Stay at home Story time with Oliver Jeffers - Oliver Jeffers Facebook page
Numberblocks episodes and activities - https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/shows/numberblocks
Wildlife Trust activities to do at home - https://www.wildlifetrusts.org/looking-after-yourself-and-nature
Yoga with Cosmic Kids Yoga - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_0P5grVoyg
Extra Home challenges
To support you during School Closure, here are some RWI Phonics lessons at home.
Set 2 Speed Sounds at 10.00am
Set 3 Speed Sounds at 10.30am
Films and resources for parents on:
Daily updates on Facebook/ Twitter for regular tips to support reading and writing at home.
Block 1 Home Learning Challenges (although these would be good to use throughout your home learning journey)
Can you keep a daily diary?
Can you work with a grown up to make a cake or biscuit? (see recipe)
Can you complete a jigsaw?
How many different numbers can you spot around the house?
How many different 2D and 3D shapes can you spot around the house?
Can you practise correct letter formation? (see sheet)
Can you practise correct numeral formation? (see sheet)
Have you got any playdough? Youtube ‘dough disco’
Can you share a picture book?
Can you play a game on Phonics Play? www.phonicsplay.co.uk
Can you hold a sentence or spell a word from your book bag book?
How many red words can you spell correctly?
Can you play a maths game? www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/5-7-years/counting
Can you learn all of your set 2 and set 3 sounds?
Can you spot set 2 and 3 sounds in your reading books?
Can you play a board game?
Can you draw a picture and write about it?
Can you colour a picture?
How many times can you write your full name with all of the letters spelt correctly?
Can you draw a spring flower and label the stem, leaves and petals?
Can you continue a rhyming string? (see sheet)
Please check Tapesty and the school website for any extra challenges. Remember to record your achievements on Tapestry or in your new homework book!
The Early Years Team