EYFS

(Reception)

 Home learning

 

 

Suggested timetable

9.30am – 10.00 am – Maths based learning task

9am-9.30 am – Read Write Inc (Phonics) learning task

10.00am – 10.30 am – P.E based learning task

10.30am – 11.00 am – Topic based learning task

11.00am – 12.00pm – Daily name writing/reading/handwriting

Afternoons to be used for learning through play

 

Daily diet - These are things that we expect to be completed every day.

 

Reading

– Listen to your child read their RWI levelled book

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/ - use this to access RWI books as well as many others at your child’s reading level

Dolphin login: bodriggy22  password: Password   OR   Seal login: bodriggy23  password: Password  

 

Name writing/handwriting

- Practise formation of letters (4/5 a day) or practise name writing

 

Maths

- See attached maths home learning sheet for daily learning activities and some videos on Tapestry.

 

Topic based activities

- See attached home learning sheet for daily activities and videos on tapestry.

 

Physical activity

- See attached activities sheet for daily skills challenges

 

We will be checking and commenting on your work uploaded on to tapestry/class emails on a daily basis.

Email contact - If you need any additional assistance for have any queries then feel free to send and email to your class address:

Mr Wood -seal@bodriggy.cornwall.sch.uk  or  Miss Teeder - dolphin@bodriggy.cornwall.sch.uk

 

 

Maths home learning challenges

Below is a grid of challenges based on the maths learning that would have taken place during Spring term:

M3

Create/make/write a number line with your child from 0-20.

Say a number, can they find that number and then identify one more or one less than that number?

M6

Create a list of calculations for your child to complete that involves missing numbers and placing the equals at the start (10= 4+_) for your child to solve. They can use resources or challenge them to use fingers.

M9

Use containers/jugs with measures on.

Fill it up and explore the number on the side – what value does this have (ml/l).

 

Can they fill it up to Xml?

M12

Practise using a ruler to measure the items and record their answers.

 

Remember to start from zero and use cm when writing it down.

M2

Ask your child to count out an amount of objects between 0 and 20.

Can they take one object away to find one less?

M5

Using the grid created below create a list of sums to show all the ways to make 10.

 

Extension – can they start to use their fingers?

 

 

M8

Compare the different sized containers.

If I fill the biggest container from the smallest one what happens? If I fill the smallest container from the biggest one what happens?

M11

Using non-standard units of measure e.g. Lego, cubes, pasta, can they measure how long each item is and record it? (5 pasta shells long, 3 Lego bricks tall).

M1

Ask your child to count out an amount of objects between 0 and 20.

Can they add one more object to find one more?

M4

Make a grid of 10 squares, 5 on the top and 5 on the bottom (or cut a large egg box into a grid to show 10).

Using two different colours/objects, colour/fill the boxes and create number bonds to 10 and discuss what you can see.

M7

Explore capacity using cups/jugs/containers.

 

Fill with sand/water/rice and discuss full, half full and empty.

M10

Find three objects from around the room.

Order them from smallest to biggest / shortest to tallest.

Can you add two more items in, where would they go? How do you know?

 

 

Home Learning Challenges – Reception

 

When

Challenge - Rainforest

Wednesday

06/01/21

Watch/Read (If you have it at home) Monkey Puzzle by Julia Donaldson (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JxpJnk3QO-8 ). Talk with a grown up about the different sounds the animals in the story makes. Now move around your house acting like these animals and making their noises.

Thursday

07/01/21

Do you know what a rainforest looks like? Ask your grown up to show you pictures from the internet/books/TV (planet earth?). Now can you create a picture with 6 trees, 5 birds, 4 snakes, 3 flowers, 2 insects and 1 monkey.

Friday

08/01/21

Can you create your own Monkey Puzzle? Use the picture sent on google classrooms or create your own on a piece of blank paper and cut it up. Challenge: Can a family member to put it back together?

Monday

11/01/21

Watch The animal boogie (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25_u1GzruQM).

 Now design an animal mask of your favourite jungle animal. See Google classroom for template and ideas.

 

Tuesday

12/01/21

Watch The animal boogie again (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=25_u1GzruQM).

Can you make up your own actions for the song/story and perform it to a family member. (extra challenge can you do this wearing your mask you created yesterday)

Wednesday

13/01/21

Can you draw a long snake shape and then create a repeating pattern that goes all the way from its head to its tail?

Thursday

14/01/21

Can you think of jungle animals that begin with these letters – s, e, p, m, g, f, t and j?

Friday

15/01/21

The little boy was listening carefully when he walked through the jungle. Go for a walk with a grown up and then draw some of the things you could hear on your walk.

Monday

18/01/21

Listen to ‘The monkey with the bright blue bottom’. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kwIzD3VUfsY ) Now draw your favourite jungle animal then colour it in whatever colour you like (e.g. a purple giraffe).

Tuesday

19/01/21

Find out 3 facts about a jungle animal that you can share with the class. You could look in a book or on the internet (ask a grown up to write them down for you to help you remember)

Wednesday

20/01/21

You are going on a trip through the rainforest! Can you write down what you will need to take.

Thursday

21/01/21

Choose 3 animals from the jungle and draw a picture showing them in size order, from the biggest to the smallest.

Friday

22/01/21

Draw a picture of an animal that uses camouflage to hide.

 

 

P.E home learning challenges

 

 

List of useful websites to support home learning:

 

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/shows/bedtime-stories#episodes

http://www.letters-and-sounds.com/

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/

https://www.cosmickids.com/

https://abcdoes.com/home-learning/

https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/category/play-and-win/games/

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resources/home-early-years

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround

https://www.ictgames.com/

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/welcome-back/for-school-back/help--3/creating-class-logins--2/walkthrough--11/using-a-class-login

login: seal21  password: Password   OR   login: dolphin21   password: Password  

 

YouTube searches:

Zumba kids

Just Dance kids

Sticky kids

Joe Wicks – The body coach – kids