Morning Reception Class,
We have made it to Friday again! TGIF (thank goodness it is Friday)! Thank you for all your hard work this week! Thank you to your parents/guardians at home that have been teaching you - you are all doing an amazing job!
Here are the suggested tasks for today:-
1. Phonics - Today, we are recapping on the 'oi' sound. Have a try at reading 'oi' words by playing Obb and Bob, Buried Treasure or Dragon's Den on Phonics Play below:-
Then, have a try at the following worksheets on the 'oi' sound:-
2. Writing - Below is a document produced by the English team at Lancashire County Council. They have come up with some Literacy lessons for Reception Class. The theme this week is 'Hoot! Hoot!' Below is the grid with the activities on with links to videos, texts and resources for the week. I have picked out an activity for you to do each day. However, feel free to select a different activity if you feel that your child would benefit/enjoy doing that activity more. I would love to see your work. Feel free to send me any work on Tapestry.
Watch and discuss All About Owls for Kids:
This clip is rich in vocabulary. Explore and discuss new words together, e.g. nocturnal, hunters, species, talons, bill etc.
Find out all about where different types of owl live by watching Habitats – where do different owls live?
Discuss what you have learnt about owls. Tell people in your house a new fact(s) you have learnt! Have any of your questions been answered?
If you can, write a/some sentences about what you have learnt. Say your sentence out loud before you write and use your phonics to help you with your spelling. You could draw a picture of an owl and label it, including some of the information you have learnt, e.g. big eyes, a head that turns all the way round!
You can use the template below if you like:-
Click on the link above. Today, we are looking at week 7, day 5.
Can you solve the following challenges from the document above:-
Can you work out who is the closest to us, the princess or the wizard? Have a look at the pictures and discuss with a partner/adult.
The princesses crown has lost some of its's jewels! Can you complete the crowns so that they look symmetrical? Can you draw your own symmetrical crowns?
If you are up for a challenge, have a look at the 'Topic Challenges for this week' section under week 9 on the remote learning for Reception. Feel free to send me any photographs of any learning at home.
Have a lovely weekend!