Writing your child’s name using a variety of resources/equipment – chalk/pens and paper/shaving foam/playdough/iPads/paint/water and paintbrushes outside/sand/pasta etc.
Support and encourage your child with their ‘pincer grip’ of holding the pencil/pen when writing/forming the letters.
Letters and Sounds – please use the following website to find letter and sounds activities, resources and sets of ‘sounds’ and ‘words’ you can use at home. We are currently working at ‘Phase 2 Sounds’ but please feel free to work on ‘Phase 1’ too.
Jolly Phonics – listen to the following link on youtube to sing along to the letter sounds. They are in a different order to the ‘Letters and Sounds’ sounds but please do not worry about this, as the encouragement to sing and recognise the letters sounds is the important aspect.
‘I spy letters’ game – can you find objects around the house that begin with different letters? e.g. s = smelly sock, a = apple, t = torch ect.
Handwriting Practise – We are using the cursive handwriting in school – find formation sheets on Twinkl or look at the pack sent out to you at the end of Summer Term.
Number formation practise
Count objects around the house
Object hunt – how many apples can you find?
Addition – can you add objects together to find out how many altogether?
Click on the following link and choose Foundation or Key Stage 1 in the left hand column. Choose an area of learning in the top middle box and then decide upon the activity below.
Please take photographs of the children’s work and upload it onto your child’s Hwb account or email them to me.
The Funnybones skeletons would like to organise a party for the people who live in their town. It needs to be fun, exciting but HEALTHY! You will need to complete the following challenges to help the skeletons organise their party:
List the people they should invite
Write party invitations
Create a healthy menu
Create a poster to advertise the party
Price your party snacks up to 10p each. Find different totals of two snacks. As an extra challenge find the change from 20p.
Make a timetable for the party-Draw clocks to show what time the party begins, the time for lunch, time for games and time the party ends.
Invent a fun game for the party and tell your grown up how to play it.
Make a party hat!
Please remember to save all evidence of work in your child’s Hwb account or email it to your child’s class teacher.