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Thursday 2nd April 2020

Morning Reception Class smiley,


I hope you are still smiling and keeping safe!


Just a quick note for parents/guardians - the work I post for your child to do is a guideline. Please do not feel under pressure to complete it all. I understand that learning at home is very different to learning at School and some children may struggle to concentrate at home. The most important thing is your child's health and well - being. There may be days when all your child wants to do is listen to a story or spend all day in the garden. That is absolutely fine. smiley Children in Reception class learn best through play and you know your child better than anyone else. They will be learning new things every day. Thank you for everything that you are doing at home for your child! You are doing an amazing job and I'm sure your child really appreciates it! Please feel free to email me if you need any help or support with your child's learning.


Today's challenges are:-


Phonics - Today, we are recapping on all of the phonic sounds that we have learnt so far. You may wish to play pick a picture game. Click on Phase 3 digraphs. Then read the words and click on the matching picture.


Then complete pages 48 and 49 in your CGP Phonics book.


Maths - This week, we have been looking at addition. Today, we will be focusing on number bonds to 10 (different ways to make 10).


Have a look at these PowerPoints below to help you learn the different ways to make 10:-





You may wish to complete one of the following worksheets below on number bonds to 10:-


Here is a number bonds to 10 game that you may wish to play.

Optional challenges:-


- If you haven't made a funny face, maybe you would like to make one today. Send me a photograph of your work.

- Complete one of the Easter challenges or dinosaur challenges from earlier in the week (click on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday for this week for more information).

- Or you may wish to have a look at the following website which has early years Geography resources.


Here are some resources on plants and flowers from the Geography website that you may wish to have a look at.

If you go on  a walk today, maybe see if you can spot any of these flowers or plants. Send me any photographs of anything that you find. 


Hope you have a lovely day. Take care, keep smiling and stay safe.




Miss Farnworth. smiley