Welcome to our Reception Home Learning page!
If you are isolating at home, please take a look at the following activities which will support your child's learning. The activities provided below are split into the 7 areas of the Early Years Curriculum and can be done in any order. They mirror what we are learning in school so your child will not be missing out!.
If you have any questions or queries please contact your child's teacher on the following class emails:
Thanks for your continued support and we hope to see you back at school soon!
The Reception Team.
Activities For Week 3 (w/b 20th September)
Personal, Social and Emotional Development
- Self-confidence and self awareness - talk to others at home about your own needs, wants, interests and opinions.
- Practise writing your name, forming the letters correctly. Start by tracing the letters then move to copying and finally have a go at writing it independently.
- Strengthen fingers by playing with play dough, threading beads, making lego models.
- CLICK HERE to dance along to a song about our bodies, our marvellous machines.
Communication and Language
- Learn new vocabulary about our senses.
- Respond to simple instructions.
- Follow and respond a simple story.
Join in with number rhymes and games to encourage number recognition and skills .
CLICK HERE to listen to some counting songs.
Number of the week is number 2. Make groups of 2 and look for the number 2 around the home. CLICK HERE to watch Numberblocks Number 2
Have a look for circles, cylinders and spheres around the home.
Literacy and Phonics
- Practise recognising the letter sounds s, a & t. Go on a hunt for things that begin with these sounds.
- Practise forming these letters using pens, paints or drawing in sand.
Understanding the World
Find out about the sense of hearing. What sounds can you hear around the home? What do you like to listen to?
Play "guess the sound" with objects about the house.
Expressive Arts and Design
- Draw or paint what you enjoy looking at.
- Experiment with home made instruments. Can you make a shaker using boxes or tubes?
If you would like to celebrate anything you have achieved at home, please email any photos to your class teacher!