🌈 Welcome to the Reception Class Home Learning Page 🌈
Please login to Ed Shed and Purple Mash to see your new online 💻 challenges and check out the weekly learning ideas below 👇🏼......
many of these activities do not require access to an online screen.
You should all have your personal login details for...(click image for link)
We have set weekly challenges/assignments in Ed Shed and Purple Mash.
Helicopter stories are a fabulous way to develop your child’s learning during their imaginative play. It encourages confidence, imagination, speaking and literacy skills. They learn that writing has a purpose and it’s an exciting tool to aid creativity! Here is a link to how you can support Helicopter stories at home.....(Click on photo for link)
Mrs Pendleton has been busy making you all a lovely heart picture with all your names on it to let you know she’s thinking about you and misses you all!
Listed below are some websites which you may find useful whilst school is closed...
Free online phonics and reading
☘️The online website is always free. https://www.teachyourmonstertoread.com/
☘️Phonics Play has their subscription for all of their phonics and Reading resources free! https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ - free membership
☘️Oxford Owl - free online e-books for the children to access at home following our school reading scheme. https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/
CBeebies numberblocks programmes are ideal for Reception maths. You can watch all episodes on BBC iplayer...then use the support PowerPoint to ask the children questions about the episode and ask them to do activities following on from episodes....
A bit of everything!
https://www.twinkl.co.uk/offer ENTER CODE - UKTWINKLHELPS for a free month subscription
Andy's Wild Workouts
On the CBeebies website there are some fantastic animal themed exercises for children to follow. Children can go on adventures with Andy and learn to move like the different animals they meet along the way.
The children really enjoy their Mind Up sessions in school and all of them benefit from regular Brain Breaks. On the Mind Up website there is an example of a Brain Break as well as some free activities.