Suggested Daily Timetable
Monday 25th January
Hello reception! This week we are recognising numbers to 10 and noticing how 10 can be made in lots of different ways.
Lets see if you can join in with counting to 1-10 and then from 10-0.
Count to 10 forwards and backwards
Today we would like you to use these words more, fewer and count.
More or fewer?
Looking at the pictures below, which washing line has fewer pegs, the red washing line or the blue?
Which washing line has fewer pegs?
Where can you see more people, at the beach or in the garden?
Today I would like you to draw some objects that are more and fewer than the pictures I have shown below. Here are some flowers growing in the garden –
Can you draw more flowers than me?
Can you draw fewer footballs than me?
There is a number song to complete our lesson for today, see if you can join in.
Please click on your child's phonic group below:
If you are unsure of which phonic group your child should choose, please email your child's class teacher for help.
Can you guess what our story is this week?
Today we are going to design and create birthday wrapping paper.
Have a look at the pictures below. Which ones do you think are birthday wrapping paper?
Please click here to see if you were right.
We would like your birthday wrapping paper to include a repeating pattern. Remember a repeating pattern is a pattern that repeats over and over again.
Let’s remind ourselves. Please click on the video below and join in with the song.
You can watch and listen to Miss Sinclair first and then play the video again to join in. Have fun!
Here is an example of Miss Sinclair’s. You could use felts, crayons, paint, potato printing – it is up to you.
It's time to get busy for Worktime! What are you going to do today? What adventures will you go on today? Are you going to start a new project today? You can use the 'Worktime' star to give you some ideas. Have fun Reception!
Grab your dough, it's time to go to the DOUGH DISCO!
This week we are going to be learning a new move...the sausage roll!
Our squiggle move this week is...side to side.
Please click the link below.