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# School closure

## Documents for timetable 29.06.20

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/coconut-odd-or-even

Odd and even game on top marks

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zknsgk7/articles/zt4jj6f#zctyycw

Odd and even explanation and activities

Odd and even numbers song

Number blocks , odd and even numbers episode

## This weeks timetable WB 29.06.20

Documents for the planning WB 22.06.20

## This weeks timetable 22.06.20

https://youtu.be/Fe9bnYRzFvk

Here is the link to the “Months of the year” song that the children will be familiar with.
Hi all here is this weeks timetable resources to follow shortly

## Timetable for WB 08.06.20

The children will be familiar with this 3D shapes song! Feel free to pause the video and see if the children can tell you the names of the shapes.

https://youtu.be/guNdJ5MtX1A

HI all I hope you had a nice half term break now you are ready for some more home school learning.

## It's that time to get working again with this weeks Timetable 18.05.20

Hi all hope you are all safe and well and thank you for working so hard with your children during these hard times.

Here is this weeks timetable WB 11.05.20

## Timetable WB 11.05.20

https://pbskids.org/curiousgeorge/busyday/dogs/
It is national numeracy day this week!

Here is a link about national numeracy day which has some tips and tricks for teaching maths, maths activity inspiration and maths activities for children to access. The activities are divided into different age categories which are easy to access.

https://numeracyday.com/activities

Please have a look and don't forget to tell us about all your home learning and activities.

Select halving and you can select halving within particular amounts.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

A link for Friday's poem 'A bed in the summer'.

Here is another link for the Read Write Inc speed sounds for set 1. Alongside the video there are links for the next set of sounds so you can have a go at as many as you can! See if you can watch the video, repeating the sounds with the lady and then try turning off the sound so you can have a go at as many as you can on your own!

https://youtu.be/TdpzE9wryzg

Hi all hope you are safe and well. It's that time again  here is this weeks timetable.

## Timetable 04.05.20

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/time/teaching-clock

Here is a link to an interactive clock to support you and your child when learning about time.

## Additional resources to help with telling the time and number recognition.

When the children are writing anything from a list to a story we always refer to our 'every time writing rules'. There are four rules which the children are familiar with and use they are:

1. Capital letter at the beginning of a sentence.
2. Finger spaces between each word.
3. Full stop at the end of a sentence.
4. Using their sound knowledge.

By reinforcing these 4 rules the children should be able to correctly form sentences.

In terms of Maths this week, it is all based around telling the time. It is something that not all children can grasp as easily as some of the other topics, so what I would advise is to be patient with the children. Start with the basics which is o'clock and try to embed that and then work to half past. Use real life scenarios for example breakfast time, lunch time, bed time etc and ask the children to tell you what time that is and to explain how they know it is that time.

Finally I would like to say a huge well done to all the adults at home who are working super hard. We know this isn't easy for you but keep going as you are making such a difference on your child's education. I think it is essential to use this time to have those conversation with your children, making cakes or other crafts and enjoying the additional time you have with them. We are certainly missing each and everyone of them and can't wait to have them back.

Here is a video which gives you an idea on how to teach o'clock and half past. It also has some good vocabulary which may be useful in helping the children remember which hand goes where on the clock.

Another little tip we sometimes like to use to remember the difference in hands. The word minute is a longer word so it is used for the long hand and the word hour is a shorter word so its used for the shorter hand.

Here are some songs for o'clock.

Here is a video which gives you an idea on how to teach o'clock and half past. It also has some good vocabulary which may be useful in helping the children remember which hand goes where on the clock.

Another little tip we sometimes like to use to remember the difference in hands. The word minute is a longer word so it is used for the long hand and the word hour is a shorter word so its used for the shorter hand.

This is an interactive game that the children have to move the hands on the clock to make the correct time.

https://www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/earlymath/on_time_game1.htm

Hi all hope you are all safe and well. Here is this weeks timetable and resources.

Below is a link for a money game on Top Marks.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/money/toy-shop-money

Another money game to explore ðŸ˜Š.
https://www.topmarks.co.uk/money/coins-game

As the maths topic this week is money, here are a few easily accessible activities the children could do at home!

To help the children to begin recognising the different coin values perhaps you could set up sorting circles and help them to place each coin correctly. Encourage the children to correctly form the numbers and “p” for the circles to embed understanding. (If you don’t have spare change around you could always get the children to help you draw them!)

To continue embedding throughout the week you could draw jars and put some coins in and ask the children to work out how much is in each jar. Use number sentences for this underneath where possible, for example: 2+1=3.

Another fun activity could be setting up a mini snack shop or recipe for something you could make at home with the children. They could write a list of the things they would like and encourage them to use their sound knowledge for this and add a value to each one. Then they could again use a number sentence to work out how much it would cost!

Hopefully some of these activities will help you this week and we would love to see how you get on!

## Timetable WB 27.04.20

### Hope you all had a safe,happy and restful Easter break.

Now it's back to home learning!

Please find below this weeks planning for the children to follow at home.

## Timetable WB 20.04.2020

There are two free online stories from the 'Digiduck' collection. They are a nice resource for teaching children about some of the dangers of the internet.
At the end of the stories there is some advice for parents about online safety.
These can also support the children when creating their online safety posters.

https://www.childnet.com/resources/digiduck-stories

Here is a times table game for the children to explore. Simply follow the link and select the 5 and or 10 times tables and you are good to go.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Here is a link for an interactive 100 square. This allows the children to select and identify the multiples of 5 and 10. It should also help them when identifying the patterns of the 5 and 10 times tables.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/paint-the-squares

Here are some songs to promote counting in 5's and 10's.

Counting in 5's

Counting in 10's

Here is a youtube link which shows technology then and now. You could use this video to discuss with your child(ren) the impact technology has on our lives today and how it has changed over the years. This could also be useful for the children when creating their technology posters.

## Timetable 30.03.20

Coming very soon !!!

Teachers from Reception will be having a story time for the children at home. Each member of staff will choose a well known story and record themselves reading to share with the children at home.

Details of days and how to access these will follow soon.

Hope you are staying safe.

Please find below the timetable for the children to follow at home and any resources and links.

Here are some resources and links to the planning.

Now the weather is getting warmer try this

## Additional Work for children to complete at home.

Please CHECK your children's book bags for work packs for the children to complete at home.

Please see the links below to enhance the children's learning and development from home.

Also 'Top marks' (https://www.topmarks.co.uk/) is a fantastic learning resource. you do not need a an account you simple type in what you would like to look for in the search bar. There is a variety of online games for children of all ages and stages of development

In Reception we learn about: 2D shapes, 3D shapes, patterns, height, length, weight, capacity, counting to 20 and then beyond, number recognition and ordering from 0 - 20 and beyond if they can, adding, subtracting, doubling, halving, one more and one less, estimation and check by counting.

Remember to keep reading and practise recognising and writing those sight words.

2D shapes:

3D shapes:

Numbers to 10:

Numbers to 20:

Keeping active:

Also search '5 a day TV' and 'Cosmic Kids' for other exercise activities.

• Believe
• Succeed
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