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EYFS Home Learning – Monday 13th July
This is our last home learning letter before the summer holidays. Thank you for joining in and showing us your lovely and inspiring work. Please add any work you have been doing this week on to tapestry.
Please also for this week, continue to use the Letters and Sounds or Mr Mc’s phonics lessons daily on YouTube. It really has been great to see you joining in and practising.
Some of you are using the Hamilton Trust English ideas so we will continue to add the next week on to the class page on the school website each week. Please keep supporting your child to read their reading books or online books and look out for words they recognise and help them to sound out and blend words and unfamiliar words. We have added two links for you to access online phonic e-books.
For Maths this week we have added the Hamilton Trust Week 11 Maths ideas which you can find on our class page of the school website. We are also watching Number blocks and discussing doubling and halving. Please continue to use your child’s number pack to read and order the numbers to 20, practise counting orally in 1s to 20 (or 30 if they are confident) and 2’s to 30 and back. There are counting songs on YouTube which the children may enjoy joining in with.
This week our topic will be ‘Transitions’. We will be talking about our amazing year in the panda class, our favourite moments and the things we have enjoyed doing the most. We will be writing to Mrs. Mckee and telling her all about ourselves, such as who our friends are and what we are good at. Please feel free to put something on tapestry so we can send it to Mrs. Mckee.
We have added a variety of activities for you to try at home but remember follow your child’s interests where you can and have fun. English, Foundation, Maths and P.E. lessons for Reception children are also available from the Oak National Academy if you are looking for virtual lessons this week and can be found using the following link.
Please be in touch if you need any more support and do continue to take care.