As we grow

Hello again Reception children, parents and carers.

I can't believe another week has gone. This week we've been thinking about how humans grow and what wonderful things we learn to do along the way. Many of the children expressed how they look forward to walking to secondary school, driving a car and having a job as an adult. We also thought about what an exciting time being a child is and how much life has changed for them recently such as starting school, wearing a uniform, learning to ride a bike.

I've attached a lovely activity for you to do over the weekend or next week, thinking about all the things you can do now that you couldn't when you were a baby. You don't need to print the template, simply copy the format in your homework book. 

 Also this week we have learnt to say and write the following sounds:

i    (said with a smile) bounce i i i     Formation rhyme- down the insect's body and dot the head.

n    Stretch a clean nnnnnn (not nuh)    Formation rhyme- down Noddy, up Noddy and over his net

p  (no voice just a puff of air) p p p    Formation rhyme- down the pirate 

 This week in Maths we have been sorting objects in different ways and asking what is the rule?  The following powerpoint will encourage your child to look carefully at the objects (in this case monsters), identify how they are the same as each other and how they are different. Sorting is good fun and can be done with anything round the house. Sort things by colour, shape, size, if it rolls or stacks, or is it natural or man-made. You could sort anything from Autumn leaves to your soft toys or the contents of the fridge. Draw or write what you found to sort in your homework books or take a picture and send it to me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Have a wonderful weekend

Mrs Walker and the Reception Team

Homework for Year 4...
Year 2 Hebrew Reading Homework


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Monday, 08 March 2021