Reception

Mrs Franklin

Here is our new staff video – We hope that you really enjoy it!

 

Mrs franklin  Mrs ashworth  Miss Q

Week Beginning 1st June – Home Learning

Hello Reception Class,

I hope you are all keeping well and that you enjoyed a wonderful sunny half term. I hope you have all received my email explaining why I was unable to send you a message on the class web page last week.

For this week I would like you to focus on telling ‘o’clock’ times and I hope you enjoy the powerpoints and activities. Have some fun spotting o’clock times around the house!

I have put three different project ideas and activity booklets below and please choose one that you are interested in or pick bits from each one if you prefer.

I am really missing you all and hope that you are continuing to have fun with some of the activities and of course I hope you are enjoying being outside in the lovely weather too!

Thinking of you all and sending lots of love and all my best wishes from Mrs Franklin xx

Home Learning Activities – Week Beginning 1st June

Maths Focuswe will be learn about telling the time this week with a focus on o’clock times. Please have some fun completing some of the activities and try spotting the time at home!

Telling the time powerpoint

Telling the Time – O’clock times

Telling the time clock faces 1

Telling the time clock faces 2

Telling the time 3

Telling the time – Clocks 4

O’clock Bingo

Phonics, Key Words and Reading – Please continue to revisit all your sounds and key words and enjoy playing the interactive games on Phonics Play and Espresso. Have a go at some of the mixed activities below to help with reading, blending and segmenting.

Spy and Read Set 1

Spy and Read Set 2

Spy and Read Set 3

CVC Word Activity Booklet

CVCC and CCVC Activities

Understanding The World/Expressive Arts/Maths/Writing/Reading/Games – For this week please choose a project idea below that you would like to do and have some fun with the different ideas and activities. 

Space Project Ideas and Activities

Space Activity Booklet

Space Maths Activity Booklet

Planets Activity

Castle and Knights Project Ideas and Activities

Castles and Knights Activity Booklet

Castles and Knights Colouring

Unicorns Project Ideas and Activities

Unicorns Activity Booklet

Unicorn Colouring

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Week Beginning 18th May – Home Learning

Hello Reception Class,

I hope that you have had a lovely week and a super weekend.

We have all been busy singing and signing verses of The Butterfly Song and we truly hope that you enjoy watching it and singing along. I hope it makes you smile!

I also hope that you are enjoying some of the activities that I have been setting and I really hope that you can choose some of your favourite minibeasts activities to complete this week. There are lots of ideas and activities so try and pick the ones you like!

I am very excited to be seeing you all soon and I wish you a wonderful week ahead. Thank you so much for trying your very best in everything you do.

Thinking of you all and looking forward to seeing you soon with love and all my best wishes

from Mrs Franklin xxx

Home Learning Activities – Week Beginning 18th May

Understanding The World – Minibeasts Activities

Minibeasts video Powerpoint

Minibeasts and their Micro Habitats Powerpoint

What Minibeast am I? Interactive Game

Espresso link – Minibeasts video and games

CBeebies link to Minibeasts with Jess

Make your own Minibeast Hotel

Insects Information Cards

Description Matching Activity

Minibeasts Hunt and recording sheet

Minibeasts Hunt Checklist

Minibeast Hunt Tally Sheet

Minibeasts Habitat Activity

Minibeasts legs or no legs sorting activity

Minibeasts Wordsearch

Minibeast Hunt and location Recording sheet

Writing – Minibeasts writing activities

Minibeasts sentence writing

Labelling parts of an insect

Minibeast Booklet Activity

Minibeast Mini booklet

Minibeast Description

Minibeast Challenge Descriptions

Expressive Arts and Design  – Minibeast Creative Ideas

Minibeast Pebble Craft

Create your own Minibeast

Fingerprint Minibeast Garden Craft

Handprint Fly Craft

Incy Wincy Spider Craft

Minibeast Colour by Number

Minibeast Actions Cards

Insect sing-a-long songs

Paper Bowl Bee Craft

Paper Bowl Ladybird Craft

Paper plate Spider Craft

Maths – Minibeast Maths Activities 

Adding More Minibeasts Powerpoint

Adding more minibeasts worksheet

Cautious Caterpillar Addition

I Spy Minibeasts to count

I spy minibeast checklist

Ladybird number bond to 10 cards

Ladybird Challenge Cards

Minibeasts Counting

Sharing leaves with Minibeasts

Ladybirds doubling to 20 Powerpoint

Solving Doubling Problems

Espesso Link Shapes

2D Shape Bee Picture

2D Shape Ladybird Picture

2D Shape Spider Picture

Stories, Reading and Nursery Rhymes

The Cautious Caterpillar Powerpoint

Cautious Caterpillar Thought Bubbles

Cautious Caterpillar Talk Cards

Cautious caterpillar Challenge Setting Descriptions

Cautious Caterpillar Wordsearch

Minibeasts Reading and Matching Captions

Minibeast Nursery Rhyme

Can you read where worm is? Powerpoint

Phonics Phase 4

Phase 4 Phonic Activities

Key Words

High Frequency Word Challenges

Topmarks Interactive Games

Phase 4 Tricky Word Bingo

Mixed Phase Key Word Bingo

Mixed Phase Tricky Word Bingo

Tricky Word Boards

Mindfulness

Minibeast Mindfulness Colouring

Minibeast Colouring Posters

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I hope you all had lots of fun having a go at the Staff Photo Quiz and that you got some of the answers correct! I found it quite tricky when I had my go!! Good Luck! xx

Staff Photos Quiz Answers

Staff Childhood Photos

Week Beginning 11th May – Home Learning

Hello Reception Class,

I hope you have all had a lovely week and enjoyed lots of super VE Day celebrations. I hope you had fun making some flags or designing a medal for this very special occasion.

I hope you liked some of The Very Hungry Caterpillar activities and that you will enjoy this coming weeks activities about the life cycle of a Butterfly. There are lots of Espresso links this week, which I know you all enjoy at school, so please have lots of fun watching the videos and having a go at the activities and games.

I am wondering if you’ve had fun looking at all the photos of the staff when we were little. Some are quite tricky but you will get the answers at the end of the week so keep guessing!!!

I was so over the moon with the absolutely fabulous video you made me and I watch it everyday which cheers me up so much. I LOVE IT! A massive thank you again to you all for making me so happy!

I miss you very much and love to see and hear about all the things you are doing at home.

Keep up the fantastic work and have lots of fun too! Thinking of you all with love and best wishes

Mrs Franklin xx

PS – Here is a list of the staff names who appear in the childhood photos on the Mobberley Staff Quiz: – Mr Stenson, Mrs Mountney, Mrs Haselden, Mrs Franklin, Mrs Ashworth, Mrs Norbury, Miss Quibell, Mrs Millington, Mrs Eadie, Mrs Dalton, Mrs Pilkington, Mrs Bentzien, Miss Whalley, Mrs Anderton, Miss Rainbow, Mrs Knowles, Mrs Hirst, Mrs Pearce, Mrs Whalley, Mrs Kozyra, Mrs Thomas-Wade and Mrs Barker. Good luck!

PPS – Here are the Easter Colouring Competition Winners!

Easter Colouring Competition Winners

Home Learning Activities – Week Beginning 11th May

Understanding The World – The Life Cycle of a Butterfly Activities

How to make your own butterfly garden

Butterfly checklist

Butterfly Life Cycle Powerpoint

Life cycle of a Butterfly Powerpoint

Butterfly Life Cycle Diagram

Butterfly Life Cycle Pictures

Life Cycle of a Butterfly

Life Cycle Cut and Stick Activity

Espresso Growing Animals link

Frog and Butterfly Life Cycles

Writing – Life cycle of a butterfly writing activities

Butterfly Life Cycle Writing Frames

Butterfly Life Cycle Workbook

Expressive Arts and Design – Butterfly Art Ideas

Handprint Butterfly

Butterfly Body Template for Butterfly Handprints

Egg Carton Caterpillar

Make your own butterfly wings

Butterfly shape cut outs

Maths

Espresso Maths Numbers 0-20 Counting, Writing and Ordering

Butterfly Poster to be used with challenge questions

Butterfly Challenge Questions

Butterfly Addition to 10

Butterfly Doubles to 10

Caterpillar number bonds to 10 prompt questions

Caterpillar number bond cards to be used with prompt questions

Butterfly Shapes

2D shapes butterfly

Butterfly Symmetry

Butterfly Colour by number

Phonics – Phase 4 

Phase 4 Phonics Activities

Key Words

High Frequency Word Challenges

Topmarks interactive games

Stories and Reading

Espresso Stories and Reading

Mindfulness Activities

Spring Mindfulness Colouring

Folded Paper Butterfly

Please enjoy yourselves and have some fun having a go at the Mobberley Staff Quiz below
Thursday 7th May
Hi everyone!
We thought you might enjoy this little picture quiz that we have put together. Can you work out who is who from the photos of the staff when they were at primary school? Write down your answers on a piece of paper but don’t share them with anyone! We will send the answers at the end of next week! We hope you enjoy the quiz.
Have a lovely Bank Holiday weekend!
Love from the Mobberley Staff xx

Mobberley Staff Quiz

Week Beginning 4th May – Home Learning

Hello Reception Class,

I hope you have all had a lovely week and a marvellous May Day weekend.

Thank you so much for the absolutely amazing and beautiful video that you have all made, it was so wonderful to see all your fabulous faces smiling away with all your fantastic art work, colourful pictures and super writing. I am completely overjoyed and it has made me the happiest teacher in the whole world!

I hope you enjoyed learning about the life cycle of a frog last week and that you were able to spot some 3D shapes at home or on a walk.

This week is a very special one as on Friday 8th May it is VE Day, so I have put a few activities below that you might enjoy, especially if you wanted to put up some decorations!

We will also continue to learn about life cycles and over the next couple of weeks we will focus on the story of  The Very Hungry Caterpillar and we will learn about the life cycle of a butterfly.

I miss you all very much and I hope you have a lovely week ahead. I do hope you enjoy some of the activities as well as some lovely sunny times in the garden!

With all my best wishes and an enormous thank you from

Mrs Franklin xx

Home Learning Activities – Week Beginning 4th May

VE Day Activities

VE Day Powerpoint

Union Jack Bunting to colour

Union Jack Bunting

Union Jack Flag to colour by number

Design a VE Day Medal

How to make a Spitfire Glider

VE Day colouring page

Wartime Recipes

Singing Activities

Mrs Eadie’s Super Singing

STEM Activity Ideas

STEM Starter Activities

Story Book  – Powerpoint of The Hungry Caterpillar

Youtube Video link for The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle

The Hungry Caterpillar

Hungry Caterpillar Writing Activities 

Hungry Caterpillar Word Mat

The Hungry Caterpillar Sentences

Food the Hungry Caterpillar ate

Hungry Caterpillar Expressive Arts/Understanding the World Activities

The Very Hungry Caterpillar – Natural Craft

Hungry Caterpillar – Egg box caterpillar

The Hungry Caterpillar Puppet Idea

Paper Plate Butterfly Idea

Hungry Caterpillar Story Seqencing

Hungry Caterpillar Sorting Activity

Hungry Caterpillar Word Search

Maths – this week our maths activities are all based on the story of the Very Hungry Caterpillar. 

Hungry Caterpillar addition

Hungry Caterpillar-adding food

Hungry Caterpillar complete the pattern activity

Hungry Caterpillar number sequencing

Hungry Caterpillar Activities

Hungry Caterpillar Food Pictogram

Phonics  – This week please use the Espresso link below and login so as to recap all our phase 2 and 3 sounds. Once you have logged in please click Foundation then Phonics and find Scrap’s Phonics (Phase 2/3) and Polly’s Phonics (Phase 3). There are videos and little interactive games which the children love. There are lots of other games you can play to help with blending and segmenting too.

Espresso log in details

Key Words – Have a go at playing Key word Bingo or you could write the words twice on different pieces of paper/card then turn them face down and play pairs. Otherwise perhaps you could hide some tricky words in the garden and try and find them as quickly as you can – perhaps you could try and beat the timer! There are lots of Tricky Word activities/ideas that you might like further down our webpage.

Tricky word bingo

Phase 3 tricky word mat

Week Beginning 27th April – Home Learning

Hello Reception Class,

I hope you are all keeping well and have enjoyed lots of fun during the lovely weather. It is getting a bit cooler over the next week but don’t forget to keep a look out for those signs of Spring in the garden or on your walks!

I also hope that you have enjoyed some of the activities from last week and please find lots of new activities and learning ideas below for this coming week.

I am missing you all very much and I wish you all a super week and I hope you enjoy lots of practical learning activities at home!

Home Learning Activities – Week Beginning 27th April

Maths – This week our focus is on 3D Shapes. You could have lots of fun spotting 3D shapes in and around the house or on a walk!

3D Shape Lotto

3D Shapes Powerpoint

3D Shapes Powerpoint 2

Everyday 3D Shapes powerpoint

3D Shape Matching

Properties of Cube, Sphere and Cuboid

Sorting 3D Shapes

3D Shape Hunt

Understanding The World and Expressive Arts – Life Cycle of a Frog– Over the next few weeks we are going to learn about life cycles. I hope you have some fun learning about all the life cycle of a frog. Afterwards you could have a go at making some of the frog craft ideas!

A Story of the Life Cycle of a Frog

Frog Life cycle colourful powerpoint

Frog Life Cycle Powerpoint

Frog life cycle book idea

Frog life cycle spin wheel idea

Life cycle of a frog labelling

Life cycle of of frog photos

Life cycle of a frog

Alternative Frog Life Cycle idea

Frog life cycle word mat

Frog Life Cycle Writing Work Book Activity

Creative Ideas

Frog Yoghurt Pot Craft

Frog Mask

Frog Template

Frog door hanger idea

Frog egg warmer idea

Tricky Origami Frog Hopper

Writing – Here are some frog pictures for you to write about, but you can always write your own sentences or stories.

Frog and tadpole picture prompts for sentence/story writing

Phonics – This week we are looking at the  ‘er’ sound digraph. Have a go at saying some ‘er’ words but don’t worry we will revisit all our sounds when we get back to school.

er sound powerpoint

er home learning 27.4.20

er phonics challenge list

er digraph work book

er digraph read and reveal

Find the er words in the mini beast scene

Key Words – Have a go at some of the tricky word bingo games. You could make your own bingo games if you would like to!

Phase 2 Tricky Word Bingo

Phase 3 Tricky Word Bingo

Mixed Tricky Word Bingo

Extra Challenge Tricky Word Bingo

Mindfulness Activities – Here are some lovely activities if you would like a bit of quiet time or relaxation.

I am an amazing person activity

Relaxation Mindfulness

Yoga moves to promote relaxation

Mindfulness Colouring

Week Beginning 20th April – Home Learning

Hello Reception Class,

I hope you have had a lovely sunny week and have enjoyed lots of fun in the garden. I hope you enjoyed the video at the top of our page, it certainly cheered me up and made me smile!

I also hope you all received my email and if not or if you you would like to get in touch my email address is sfranklin@mobberley.cheshire.sch.uk 

I hope you are continuing to enjoy some of the activities and interactive links and don’t forget to scroll down as there are lots of links that are at the bottom of the page which are really useful!

Here are some new activities which I hope you will enjoy. Please do not worry about printing things off as there are lots of ideas which can be made practical with things around your home or garden.

Please do enjoy learning outside in your garden or on your daily walks during this lovely weather and try spotting all the wonderful signs of Spring!

Home Learning Activities – Week Beginning 20th April

Understanding The World and Expressive Arts – Camouflage Animals – Have some fun learning about all the different animals that camouflage themselves in their natural habitats. Afterwards look at all the picture ideas then try and make your own background scene and stick your camouflage animal on top!

Can you spot the camouflage animals?

Animals and Camouflage

Camouflaged Animals

Animal Camouflage Activity

Camouflage Art Ideas

Camouflage animal templates

Maths – This week our focus is halving and sharing. You could do lots of practical activities sharing with your family or teddies!

Halving Numbers

Halving and sharing powerpoint

Halving fruit for parrots

Halving problem solving

Halving Problem Solving Activities

Sharing Problem Solving

Creative Activities – This week there are lots of Spring creative and craft activities but please feel free to create your own masterpieces!

Blossom Tree

Dried Petal Picture

Egg Box Daffodil

Daffodil template

Rainbow Craft

Rainbow Colours

Finger Print Flowers

Finger Print Spring Wreath

Spring Buds Craft

Phonics and Reading

CVC Words

Segmenting and Blending Activities

Phase 2 Reading and matching pictures to captions

Phase 3 Reading and matching pictures to captions

Phonics – This week we are looking at the tricky ‘ure’ sound trigraph. Have a go at saying some ‘ure’ words but don’t worry we will revisit all our sounds when we get back to school.

ure sound powerpoint

ure sound powerpoint 2

ure trigraph workbook

ure trigraph colouring

Spot the ure words in the mini beast scene

Phonics Play interactive activities

Key Words – Have a go at saying the tricky words as they pop out of the hat!

Tricky Word Interactive Powerpoint

Writing – Here are some pictures for you to write about, but you can always write your own sentences or stories about the things you see or do at home or on a walk.

Home scene picture sentence/story writing prompt

Farm scene picture sentence/story writing prompt

Park scene picture sentence/story writing prompt

Mrs Eadie’s Singing Activities

Mrs Eadie’s Singing Activities

Week Beginning 14th April – Home Learning

Hello Reception Class,

I hope you all had a wonderful Easter Weekend and enjoyed lots of chocolates and the sunny weather!

I hope you have had fun doing some of the different activities on here. I have put some new activities, learning ideas and website links for you to try, but don’t forget there are lots of activities and links further down the page if you would like to have a go at those first.

Please do not feel pressure to do everything, but try to pick out the activities that capture your interest the most and have a go at those first.

It would be wonderful if you could all have a go at the Henri Rousseau Art Project and I would love to see your pictures when we get back to school.

Mrs Eadie has sent some beautiful singing activities for you to enjoy and take part in and Mrs Kozyra has sent a super NHS poster competition for you to do.

I miss you all very much and am sending lots of love and all my best wishes from

Mrs Franklin xx

Home Learning Activities – Week Beginning 14th April

Henri Rousseau Art Project

Henri Rousseau Powerpoint

Painting of ‘Tiger in a Tropical Storm (Surprised)’

Henri Rousseau Art Project Ideas

Mrs Kozyra’s Colouring Competition

NHS Colouring Competition

Competition Details

Mrs Eadie’s Singing Activities

Super Singing Activities

Stories and Books

Stories and Book Ideas and Activities

Writing

Jungle Picture Sentence/Story Writing

Under the Sea Picture Sentence/Story writing

Mixed Home Learning Resources

Maths and Phonics Activities

Twinkl EYFS Interactive Learning Ideas

Maths

Counting and Ordering Numbers to 20

One More and One Less Than

One More and One Less Activity

Maths and Number Activity Ideas

Maths Mastery Counting Activities

Number Bonds to 10

Adding Activities

Subtraction Activities

Home Learning 

Thank you everyone so much for all your get well wishes and cards, I am slowly recovering and apologise for not being able to send or respond to emails over the last couple of weeks. I hope you are all keeping well, taking care and staying safe in these unprecedented times. I miss you all so much and hope you are enjoying some of the activities at home.

Easter Holidays (week commencing 6th April 2020)

I have set a few optional Easter activities and hope you enjoy some of them!

Maths Activities:

Easter Addition

Easter Addition to 10

Easter Addition to 20

Easter Egg Addition

Easter Addition and Subtraction

Easter Maths Activities Booklet

Easter Chicks 2D Shapes

Easter Rabbit 2D Shapes

Missing Numbers

Easter Block Diagram

 

Keyword Activities:

Easter Tricky Words: Phase 2

Easter Tricky Words: Phase 3

Easter Tricky Words: Phase 4

 

Phonics:

Please practice all your sounds in your homework book and try to write some sentences using your sounds!

 

Reading Activities:

Read one of your favourite stories with somebody at home.

Join in with the story and tell the person you are reading with what you think will happen next.

Can you talk about who is in the story and where the story takes place?

 

Writing Activities:

Spring Writing Activity: I can see…

Spring Writing Activity: Spring Sentences

Can you write your own sentences or a story in your home learning book and illustrate with drawings?

 

Creative Learning Activities:

Natural Materials Easter Cross

Easter Prayer Card

Easter Basket

Easter Egg Window Decoration

Easter Egg Symmetry

Easter Egg Colouring by Numbers

Woollen Bunny Card

Paper Plate Peek-A-Boo Bunny

Paper Plate Easter Basket

Handprint Painting Chicken and Chicks

Easter Egg Colouring

 

 

Easter Home Activities:

Spring Hunt

Easter Holiday Activities – 1

Easter Holiday Activities – 2

Easter Holiday Activities – 3

Easter Dot-to-Dots

 

 

 

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Keeping in Touch

As many of you may be aware, Mrs Franklin has not been very well since school finished last Friday. She is unable to upload work or respond to emails at the moment. Staff have put together some websites below that you can access at home. If you would like more information about websites that are suitable for younger children, then you could look at my Year 1 page. 

Some things you can do at home:

  • Read a book every day
  • Practise Phase 3 phonics sounds from Letters and Sounds, as well as tricky words
  • Write some simple sentences with a capital, finger spaces and full stop e.g. I am a boy. I have a pet dog.
  • Practise writing letters and numbers
  • Practise counting numbers to 20

 However please do not worry too much about the academic side of things at home! Just enjoy your time with your family and stay healthy and happy.

If you have an urgent question about work then please contact me on estephenson@mobberley.cheshire.sch.uk  

Mrs Millington

Home Learning: As of Monday 23rd March 2020

School will be closed as of Monday 23rd March.

I will be uploading activities that will provide weekly learning for your child to access at home.

Here is a suggested timetable to follow during the week.  Please try to keep your child’s routine as normal as possible.

Daily timetable

 

A letter has been sent home today for Reception children to access Numbots and Teach Your Monster to Read.

Here is the link for NumBots link

Here is the link for Teach Your Monster to Read

 Week of 30th March 2020 Activities

Making Relationships and Being Imaginative

Take part in some role play with a family member, such as kitchen role play, going to the ball, saving the world etc.

Let your child lead the role play and think of their own ideas; encourage them to think about what might happen next. Can they use household items as props during their play? Can they think of new storylines?

Self Confidence and Self Awareness

Your family at home always need lots of help! Can you be their special helper and help out around the house? Do some cleaning, help with the cooking, organise your clothes or tidy your toys away.

Once you’ve done some special jobs, draw all of the things you have done to help! You could label them too if you wanted to.

Managing Feelings and Behaviour

Play a game with a family member that involves lots of turn taking such as a board game. Talk to your children about why it is important to share and how it makes people feel.

Moving and Handling and Exploring Media and Materials

Cut letters out from newspapers and magazines or ask somebody in your family to write down letters for you.

Fill an oven dish/ baking tray with flour or salt. Sand or something with this consistency will work just as well! Try to copy the letters into the flour using your finger.

Health and Self-Care

Dance to ‘shake your sillies out’! (Link Below).

When you have finished dancing, see if you are out of breath, if your heart is beating fast and if you have a warm head. Can you tell somebody why you think this is?

Shake Your Sillies Out!

Listening and Attention

Sing your favourite song to somebody  at home. Try to teach it to them to see if they can sing it as beautifully as you can!

Understanding

Find your favourite toy. Using a doll’s house or something similar, place your toy on the top, underneath, next to etc. Then see if you can do it with yourself; can you tell somebody where you are positioned? For instance, ‘I am on top of ___, I am next to _____, I am behind ______’

Reading

Read one of your favourite stories with somebody at home.

Join in with the story and tell the person you are reading with what you think will happen next.

Can you talk about who is in the story and where the story takes place?

Writing

Ask somebody in your family to write a shopping list.

What do you think it says?

Can you write one too?

Number

Ask somebody at home to write numbers on a piece of paper.

Can you match objects to each number?

e.g. 1 lego piece for the number 1, 2 lego pieces on number 2 etc.

Shape, Space and Measure

Go on a shape hunt around your home. Take photos of all of the shapes you find; can you name any of them?

People and Communities

Have a look at yourself in the mirror and then look at your family members. What is the same? What is different?

 Week of 23rd March 2020 Activities and Home Learning Tasks

All-about-a-pet-activity-sheet

Bees-in-the-garden-halving-worksheet

er homework 23.3.20

er phonic challenge list

er sound phase-3-digraph-workbook

er_powerpoint

Frooby_the_Dragon_halving (1)

Halving Mat A4 Landscape H&V(1)

Halving working at home activity

Halving-to-10-ladybird-activity-sheets

Halving-to-20-ladybird-activity-sheets

Paper-plate-pet-craft

Pet-descriptions-writing-activity

Phase-2-and-3-Sound-Mat-Cursive

PHONICS PLAY ACTIVITIES

Quiz what pet am I

superhero_halving

the Gruffalo halving problems

What-is-half-halving-activity-cutouts

Write About the Picture PETS

How-to-look-after-pets-powerpoint

yR_highfrequencywords

Additional Support and Links

A TWINKL login

Twinkl have put out free access to all parents.  This will allow you to access a whole host of resources to support your child.

Please see: https://www.twinkl.co.uk/blog/how-to-utilise-twinkl-during-the-coronavirus-shutdown-a-guide-for-parents

or:  www.twinkl.co.uk/offer

Password: CVDTWINKLHELPS

 

Discovery Education

We have set up access to Discovery Education for all pupils at home.

Here is the link – Discovery Education

Username: student7277

Password: mcp246

Click here to view the Parent Letter

Click here to view an access guide for parents

 

 

Keep Active at Home – follow these links:

Cosmic Kids Yoga

Go Noodle Get Moving

The Body Coach TV – Kids Workouts to do at Home

Home Learning Primary PE Passport – video workouts for children at home

 

Listen to Stories at Home

Storyline Online has great children’s story books that are animated and read by celebrities.

 

Click here to view our EYFS Handbook 2019/2020.

Click here to view the information from our Reading Workshop held on Tuesday 15th October 2019.

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