RECEPTION CLASS

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Here are the main areas that we would like you to work on at home if the school is closed due to the Coronavirus.


Week 1
PD
• Fine Motor skills: Make some salt dough with an adult (see the recipe attached on the final page).
• Make different objects using the playdough. Practise rolling out playdough, cutting playdough (using children’s scissors) and making shapes or objects with playdough.

Communication and Language
• Follow simple instructions: Make a simple recipe with an adult e.g. playdough. Retell the steps to make your recipe.
• Read stories and discuss what happens in the stories, how characters feel, what might happen next.

Personal, Social and Emotional development
• Turn taking: Play turn taking games in a group e.g. snakes and ladders.
• Recognising Feelings: Draw a picture of a time when you felt happy. Discuss what happened to make you feel happy. What did you do to show you were happy?

English
• Make a non-fiction book about 3 different dinosaurs. Write 1 or 2 simple sentences for each dinosaur. Include a title, contents page and blurb.

 

Maths
• Practising adding to 5, 10 or 20 using objects.
• Practise taking away, using objects to help you e.g. 9-4=5
• 2D shapes: Draw a triangle, square, rectangle, circle, semi-circle and oval. Practise remembering the names of these shapes.
• Cut out 2D shapes and make pictures with them.


Week 2
PD
• Scissor skills: Ask an adult to draw straight and wiggly lines. Practise cutting out the lines with child friendly scissors.
• Draw your own Easter egg and cut it out.

Communication and Language
• Read a story and draw pictures to show what happened at the beginning, middle and end of the story. Use the pictures to retell the story in sequence.
• Change the ending of the story and draw a new picture to show this change. Talk about your new ending

Personal, Social and Emotional development
• Resolving Conflicts: Draw a picture of a time when you felt cross. What made you feel cross? How did you respond? How could you sort out the problem calmly?

English
• Find out about how Christians celebrate Easter.
• Draw a picture of an Easter celebration and write words or a sentence to describe it.
• Design your own Easter Egg and write words to describe it.
• Recap phase 2 and 3 tricky words on the phonics play website.
www.phonicsplay.co.uk      Username: march20      Password: home

Maths
• Understand how to double numbers e.g. double 4 means 4+4. Work out how to double numbers up to double 10 (use objects to help you).
• Revise names of 3D shapes. Find objects in your house that are the following shapes:
Sphere, cylinder, pyramid, cube, cuboid
• Make 3D shapes out of playdough.

 

Please send Mrs Davies an email if you do not have your login office@roxeth.harrow.sch.uk

Additional Resources:

EYFS & KS1Reading

Help your child to read with free access to www.phonicsplay.com

Username: march20

Password: home

 

Letters and sounds to reading full sentences: https://www.teachyourmonstertoread.com

(Computer version is free to use, you will just need to register)

 

Free leveled books via https://rivet.area120.com/read/#/libraryScreen or Rivet app with over 3,500 books designed for children who are learning to read.

 

A mixture of songs and stories available at: https://www.starfall.com/h/

 

SUPPORT FOR PARENTS

Salt Dough Recipe:

Ingredients:

½ cup salt
2 cups of flour
¾ cup of water

Method:
1. In a large bowl mix salt and flour together.
2. Gradually stir in water. Mix well until it forms a doughy consistency.
3. Turn the dough onto the bench and knead with your hands until smooth and combined.
4. Make your creations using the salt dough.

Interactive Learning Links - EYFS click here

Early Learning Goals for Parents & Carers click here

Activities to try at home click here

Tablespoon Biscuit recipe click here

ROXETH PRIMARY SCHOOL

Brickfields, Byron Hill Road, Harrow, Middx,HA2 0JA

Telephone: 020 84221344

Email: office@roxeth.harrow.sch.uk