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Thursday 25th June 2020

Morning Reception Class,


Here are the suggested tasks for today:


1. Phonics - This week, we are recapping on phase 3 sounds that we have learnt. Have a try at the following phase 3 task below:

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 'Teddy Bears' Picnic'. 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.  smiley

‘There’s lots of wonderful things to eat’. This is a line from the Teddy Bears’ Picnic song. Talk about the wonderful things will you eat at your picnic.


What do teddy bears like to eat? Children might know that Winnie the Pooh likes to eat honey and Paddington likes to eat
marmalade sandwiches. You might like to include some of these in your picnic, but don’t forget to include your favourites too!


Listen to and enjoy again the 1950 Bing Crosby recording here:


Look at the images and spot all the ideas for picnic treats. Together, read and enjoy some picnic recipes online. There are
plenty on the CBeebies and BBC Goodfood websites:

Once you have decided what you will eat and drink, write a list of all the things you will need to buy. Use your phonics to help you sound out and spell the words. Remember to allow time to make/bake any dishes for the picnic with an adult. Take photos of yourself baking and preparing the food too – this is half the fun! smiley

3. Maths -


Click on the link above. Today, we are looking at week 9, day 4.


Have a try at the activities in the document below:

Then, have a look at the Powerpoint below on the number 18.  Today, we are going to learn all about the number 18. Perhaps, you could go on a number 18 hunt today around your house or on your daily walk. How many number 18's can you spot? 

Then, have a try at the number 18 booklet below:

If you are up for a challenge, have a look at the 'Topic Challenges for this week' section under week 11 on the remote learning for Reception. Feel free to send me any photographs of any learning at home.  


Keep smiling! smiley




Miss Farnworth.   smiley