Reception Home Learning - Week 2

30 March 2020

Hello Ladybird and Caterpillar children! 

Good Morning Reception children and welcome to week 2 of your home learning.

We were so impressed with all of your learning and photos on ILD last week - please keep up the hard work and keep posting on ILD.

Click here to see the learning for this week. We will add new activities each day. 

Like last week, you can also find your child's learning on their interactive learning diary. Please use this to upload your children's work. We would love to see photos and examples of their work and anything fun you are doing at home.

To find your learning you will need to log on to ‘Interactive Learning Diary’. To log on go to: https://portal.interactivelearningdiary.co.uk/

If you need help logging on or with any of the activities, please email us This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

 

Weekly Phone Calls

It was lovely to speak to so many of you last week. We will ring again this week.  We will talk to your child to see how they are finding their activities and we will talk to you to see how you are and what help we can provide.

Miss Wilkinson will ring Ladybird children every Monday morning between 9am and 12pm.Mrs Sessions and Miss Vintin will ring Caterpillar children every Wednesday morning between 9am and 12pm.
If you have any questions then please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

Tasks to practise all week

 

PE

This week Mr Rosetti has made his own PE video for you all to enjoy. Click on the link to join in. You can do this everyday if you want to keep really fit and healthy.

https://youtu.be/UfjMGw1Dve8

 

Handwriting 

We would like you to practise your handwriting again this week. Try and practise the letters from last week too: l   i    t

This week we are going to practise writing these letters:

j    u    y

Ask an adult to help you draw some straight lines in your book. Use a ruler if you have one. Can you write the letter correctly using the lines? Leave a finger space between each letter. Please see the image gallery for the correct way to write each letter.

Challenge:

Can you write some words that you know that have some of the letters in them?  jug or jet

Try and practise your handwriting every day.

Take a photo of your handwriting and ask your parent/carer to put it on your interactive learning diary at the end of the week. Your teachers would love to see it!

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Friday 3rd April

 

Phonics

Watch the Alphabet song to learn the letter names

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PmB3SIjNdQ  

(or Search You Tube – Epic phonics Alphabet Song)  You may want to practise writing the capital and lower case letters in your book.

 

Try this game:

https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/3/pick-a-picture   Choose  Phase 3

Try Phase 2 if your child finds this difficult.

Challenge: Phase 3 digraphs

 

Log on to ‘Bug Club’  - Password in the front of your blue Home Learning journal.

https://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk/login?c=0

On ‘My Stuff’ choose ‘Phonics’ then scroll right to the end to find the Unit 11 games –

Suggested game: Unit 11 (ear, air, ure, er) Language

 but play any of the games to practice this week’s sounds.

 

Send a photo or video of you playing the games. Adults – how did your child do with the games? Could they use robot arms to read the words and sentences?

 

English

 

Draw or make a home for your super vegetable that you made yesterday. You could use an old box or lego bricks – anything you like.

Please send a photo of your vegetables and their houses. We would love to see them.

 

Maths

 

Today we are practising using number lines to find out what ‘ 1 more’ is.

Activity 1

Watch this video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Du6JHupzwVo

Activity 2

For this activity you will need the number line in the image gallery below and the game you made on Tuesday (see Picture 5 and 6 in image gallery below). Use numbers 0 - 10.

Spin the bottle to select a number. Now find the number on the number line. Slide to the right to find ‘1 more’!

Challenge

Play the game again using numbers 0- 20!

Super Challenge:

Can you play the game again without using the number line? How fast can you say what number is 1 more than the number your bottle pointed at?

 

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Thursday 2nd April

 

Phonics

Watch the ‘Tricky Word’ songs. Point to each word on your tricky word mat

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ri4u0TjAZ38

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3NOzgR1ANc4

If it’s difficult to use the links – search ‘Epic phonics tricky word songs’ on you tube

 

Play the ‘Spelling Tricky Words’ game on:

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/activity/item805438/gradef/module62767/index.html

(You will need to log on)

 

Challenge

Choose 10 tricky words and write them in your book.

Choose one tricky word. Think of your own sentence. Write it in your book. Remember finger spaces, a capital letter and a full stop.

Send me a photo of your writing!

 

English

 

Activity:

Create your own superhero vegetable! (See photos in image gallery below).

Challenge: 

Think about what super powers it would have.

If you don’t have the things at home you can draw a picture of your own super vegetable.

 

Maths

 

Hello Children!

Yesterday was day number 1 of April (1st April). Today is 1 more day in April so today is the 2nd of April!

Today we will be adding 1 to a bigger number.

Create your own part – part – whole model (see picture A in image gallery below). You will need two small plates and 1 big plate.

Can you find out what 4 and 1 is?

Copy picture A. Place 4 pieces of pasta on a small plate and 1 piece of pasta on the other small plate. Say “4 and 1 equals?”

Now put all the pasta in the big bowl.  Say “4 and 1 equals 5” (See picture B)

 

Activity 1

Can you find the answer for the follow?

3 and 1 is?

5 and 1 is?

8 and 1 is?

9 and 1 is?

Challenge 1:

15 and 1 is?

10 and 1 is?

12 and 1 is?

17 and 1 is?

19 and 1 is?

Can you write the number sentences in your book (e.g. 4 + 1 = 5)

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Wednesday 1st April

 

Phonics

 

Watch Alphablocks 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CN0vbgpCThI 
Can you spot some of this week’s new sounds?
Spelling ture, air, er words
*Challenge*  
Play the yes / no game 
Espresso Login Reminder: 
Username: student620
Password: HannahMore
Send me a photo or video of you using your robot arms to read and make the words on the games!

English

 

Listen to the story again if you would like.

Can you tell your adult about your favourite character.

Adult: Who is your favourite character?

Child: My favourite character is…

Adult: Why is this your favourite character?

Child: …is my favourite character because…

Activity: Draw a picture of your favourite character.

Challenge: Write a sentence to say why this is your favourite character. Ask an adult if you need help.

My like… because…

[there is a Sound Mat and a Tricky Word Mat in the image gallery below this blog to help you] 

 

Maths

 

Hello Reception!

Yesterday we finished the month of March and today we start a new month! Our new month is called April and it is the 4th month of the year!

And today we will be practising ‘adding 1’ and what ‘1 more’ than any number is.

Activity 1

Watch this Numberblocks video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCaPWZXkcUI

Activity 2

Play this game. Notice that each time you collect 1 more carrot that your score goes up by 1. https://pbskids.org/curiousgeorge/busyday/drive/

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Tuesday 31st March

Phonics

Let’s practise the sounds we know. Point to the sounds on your sound mat.

Watch Geraldine the Giraffe to learn the ‘er’ sound. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KK8_kUg3454

Can you find anything in your house that has the er sound? Take a photo to show me.

Play the ‘Dragon’s Den’ game. https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/2/dragons-den

Choose Phase 3 then +er

Use your robot arms to read the words then choose whether the word is real or not.

If your child finds this difficult – try Phase 2.

 

English

Listen to the story again.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_xmKF3tBFs&safe=active

Activity: draw a picture of all of the different characters? Remember a character is a person in the story.

Upload your picture to your learning diary.

 

Maths

We will be practising using the words ‘most’, ‘more’, ‘least’ and ‘less’.

Warm Up Complete the following game: https://pbskids.org/curiousgeorge/busyday/hats/

Activity 1

Have a look at the pictures of Fufu, Paddington, Pudsey and Cat (see image gallery below blog). ‘Picture 5’ shows them playing a game called ‘Spin the Bottle’. The toys spin the bottle to see how many points they can win. ‘Picture 6’ shows how many points each toy wins.

Adults

Looking at ‘Picture 6’, ask your child how many points each toy has.

Now ask:

1. What can you tell me about the game? (Who is winning? Who is losing?)

2. Who has the least number of points?

3. Who has the most number of points?

4. Who has more points than Pudsey? Who has less points than points?

5. Who has more points than the Sloth? Who has less points than Fufu?

6. Who has more points than Paddington? Who has less points than Paddington?

7. Who has more points than Cat? Who has less points than Cat?

Activity 2

Now it’s your turn! To make the game you need paper, a pen, scissors and an old bottle. (See ‘Picture 7’.) Write numbers to 10 and cut them out. Place the numbers in a circle and the bottle in the middle. Play the game together. Who will win the most points?

Challenge

Can you play the game using numbers from 11 to 20?

Remember to upload a video of your learning on to your Interactive Learning Dairy :)

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Monday    

Phonics   

Watch the Jolly Phonics songs - https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2wpdvv

Can you join in with the sounds and actions?

Watch Geraldine the Giraffe learn the ‘ure’ sound https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YwCzf71flBA

*Challenge* Can you think of sentences with the words Geraldine showed you? Write them in your book. Remember your finger spaces and full stops!

 

English

Listen to the story Supertato by Sue Hendra.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-_xmKF3tBFs&safe=active

Can you tell your adult about the story. Use these questions to help:

-Who are the characters in Supertato?

-What does the evil pea do?

-Who saves the vegetables?

-How does Supertato trap evil pea?

What happens at the end?

 

Maths

Warm Up

Last week we were practising our counting. Here is a ‘Counting Out’ game to warm your brain up! https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/gingerbread-man-game

Activity

Today we are practising to compare quantity and to recognise when there is more of something or less of something.

We will be practising using the words ‘most’, ‘more’, ‘least’ and ‘less’.

Have a look at pictures 1, 2 and 3 of ‘Fufu the Sloth’ and ‘Paddington the Bear’ in the image gallery (below this blog). They have been playing ‘Scavenger Hunt’ and have been searching for items around their home to compare.

Adults

For each photo, ask your child to count the number of items each toy has.

Now ask:

1. What can you tell me about the number of items you can see?

2. Do they have an equal amount?

3. Who has more?

4. Who has less?

Encourage your child to answer with a full sentence.

For example; “I know Fufu has more because he has 8. 8 is bigger than 5. I know Paddington has less because he has 5. 5 is smaller than 8.”

Challenge

In the last photo (picture 4), Fufu, Paddington and Pudsey are playing ‘Snap’.

Count the number of cards each toy has.

Adults

For each photo, ask your child to count the number of items each toy has.

Now ask:

1. Who has the least number of cards?

2. Who has the most number of cards?

3. Who has more cards than Pudsey? Who has less cards than Pudsey?

4. Who has more cards than Fufu the Sloth? Who has less cards than Fufu?

5. Who has more cards than Paddington? Who has less cards than Paddington?

Remember to upload a video of your learning on to your Interactive Learning Dairy :)

 

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