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Thursday 9th July


Reception Home Learning Ideas – Thursday


Physical Development

Keep Active

Join in with the super movers alphabet song, you can even copy the dance moves-


Sing the phonics song

We have learnt the following sight words: I, as, is, for, of, the, was, he, are, all, we, to, said, some, come, where, what, who, she, their, there, these, his
Get a piece of paper and a pencil ready, grown-ups choose a range of these words and read them out loud, can your children remember how to spell them? If there are any words that they struggle with revisit them throughout the day.

Challenge: As your grown-up reads the words out to you, write a sentence using that sight word


Using your story map- practise retelling the story to your grown up using your actions.
What happens at the end of the story? What happens to the two bad men?
Write one or two sentences that explains what happens at the end of the story. Don’t forget to use capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.
Challenge: Write 3 or more sentences explaining what happened at the end of the story.


Play the game robot addition-
Select the option “up to 10”, you have to work out the addition number sentences and drag them to the correct answer. There is a number line at the bottom to help you if you need to count on.

Challenge: Play the same game as above but select “up to 20”

Understanding the World

Chesterfield in bloom
On our school website in the home learning section there is some information about this year’s chesterfield in bloom competition that you can take part in at home, it requires you to plant a sunflower and there are prizes for the biggest ones; see the website for more information.


Expressive Art and Design

Watch the video about a mole that heard violins being played on the TV and decided he wanted to play too.

Think about...
What instrument would you like to play?
What music helps you go to sleep?
Do you want to listen to bouncy happy songs at bedtime, or gentle, quiet music?