Reception Newsletter 06.04.20 final (1)
Reception Newsletter 27.3.20 (1)
We hope that you are all staying safe at home as well as making sure you are showing your grown ups how responsible and respectful you are!
All of the grown ups at school are missing you, but we shall hopefully see you soon!
Love from Miss Sotiriou, Miss Bull, Miss Howard, Mrs Uzor, Miss Dunphy, Miss Garcia, Mrs LaTouche and Miss McDonagh 🙂
Here are some activities you can be doing at home to keep busy, keep checking back on the web page for anything new and we will be sending out a weekly newsletter with ideas, so keep an eye on parent-mail.
National Geographic for kids has some child friendly explanations about the virus: https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/
The Early Learning Goals for Number are:
- Adds and subtracts using quantities and objects 2 single digit numbers and count on or back to find the answer.
- Counts reliably from numbers 1 -20, places them in order and says which number is one more or one less than a given number.
- Solves problems involving doubling, halving and sharing.
The Early Learning Goals for Shape, space and measure are:
- Recognises , creates and describes patterns.
- Uses everyday language to talk about size, weight, position, capacity, distance time and money to compare quantities and objects to solve problems.
- Explores characteristics of everyday objects and uses mathematical language to describe them.
Interactive maths sights:
The Early Learning goals for Writing:
- Uses his/her phonic knowledge knowledge to write words in ways that match their spoken sounds.
- Writes some irregular common words. (These are High Frequency Words, otherwise known as “Tricky words”)
- Writes simple sentences which can be read by himself/herself or others.
- Spells some words correctly and others are phonetically plausible.
The Early Learning Goals for Reading:
- Reads and understands simple sentences.
- Reads some common irregular words.
- Uses phonics knowledge to decode regular words and reads them aloud accurately
- Demonstrates understanding when talking with others about what they have read.
If you have lost your reading eggs password please email the office.
Reception homework pack