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Wednesday 8th July

Reception Home Learning Ideas – Wednesday


Physical Activity

Keep active

Join in with the cosmic kids yoga  soaperhero scrub-


Sing the phonics song

Read the book “The Ice rink”- then answer the following questions:

Where did dad and Wilf go?
What happened when Wilf let go of dads hand?
What did Wilf say the ice felt like?
What did dad slip on at the end?

Can you retell the story to your grown up?
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
In this story there are 16 sight words, can you find them all? When you have found them write them down.


Practise your story map; can you remember the story and all of the actions?
What happens in the middle of the story? What do the ladybird and her friends decide to do?
Write one or two sentences that explains what happens in the middle of the story. Don’t forget to use capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.
Challenge: Write 3 or more sentences explaining what happened in the middle of the story.


Addition- writing number sentences and working out the answer
Miss McKee baked 5 chocolate brownies for the teachers and then Mrs Oliver brought in 3 fairy cakes, how many cakes are there all together?
Miss Reynolds had 6 teddies in the classroom and 4 more snuck in overnight, how many teddies are there all together?
Challenge: Write a number sentence for these trickier stories below and work out the answers:
Miss Gill had 10 children in her classroom but then Mrs Allen brought in 7 children from outside, how many children are there all together now?
Miss Morris found 12 ladybirds in the outdoor area but then 8 more came along, how many ladybirds are there all together?

Understanding the World

PSHE- On Oxford owl read the story- Everybody worries-
Talk with your grown-up about what worries you, together make a worry box/jar, decorate however you would like and whenever you have a worry you can write it down and put it in your worry box/jar so that your grown up can help you to feel better.

Expressive Art and Design

Minibeast collage

Search around your house and garden to find materials that you could glue onto paper to make a minibeast collage, think about the colours you might need for grass and trees etc. What colours will you need for your minibeasts? Once you have collected your resources you can start collaging.