Homework is uploaded on the Reception page of the Crab Lane website on a Friday to be completed by the following Wednesday. Photographs of completed homework can be sent to the parents e-mail address. We will share these photos with the class in school on the big screen!!
The parents e-mail is: firstname.lastname@example.org
5th January- Lockdown closure
We hope you are all safe, happy and healthy at home with your families. The Reception staff miss you very much. We can’t wait to have you back in our classroom as soon as we are able to be together again.
Whilst you are learning from home with your grown-ups, we will be uploading daily maths, literacy (including phonics and story time) and topic busy jobs each day on Google Classroom. Your log in details were provided to each of you when we had a bubble closure in November. If you do not remember your log in details please let us know by email: email@example.com so that we can send you a reminder.
You can complete the tasks on google classrooms (it is possible to upload photos of physical work on this platform) or you can send pictures of your super work to our parent’s email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We would also like to share with you a range of links that will be helpful in keeping your brains and bodies active whilst you are not in school.
See you soon!
The Reception Team
- Hungry Little Minds- This link takes you to a wide range of activities and apps to support home learning- https://hungrylittleminds.campaign.gov.uk/
- Oak National Academy- Follow this link to access the Oak National Academy online classroom and resource hub. Here you will find a range of video lessons for Reception children- https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/reception/#subjects
- Talk for Writing- The Talk for Writing approach enables children to imitate orally the language they need for a particular topic, before reading and analysing it, and then writing their own version- https://www.talk4writing.co.uk/wpcontent/uploads/2020/04/Reception-Sue.pdf
- Mathseeds- Mathseeds teaches kids aged 3-9 the core maths and problem solving skills needed to be successful at school with fun, highly interactive and rewarding lessons-https://mathseeds.co.uk/
- The Imagination Tree- Follow this link for lots of creative play and learning ideas for reception children- https://theimaginationtree.com/
- Phonics Hero- The Phonics Hero app teaches children to read and spell with systematic synthetic phonics. Using a step-by-step approach, children learn the 44 sounds, the reading and spelling of words, and how to conquer sentences- https://www.phonicshero.com/
- Book Trust - Fun at home with authors/illustrators- https://www.booktrust.org.uk/books-and-reading/have-somefun/fun-at-home-with-authors-and-illustrators
- Time to Rhyme- https://www.booktrust.org.uk/booksand-reading/have-some-fun/rhymes/
- Reading Eggs- Reading Eggs makes learning to read interesting and engaging for kids, with great online reading games and activities. Children love the games, songs, golden eggs and other rewards which, along with feeling proud of their reading, really motivate children to keep exploring and learning- https://readingeggs.co.uk/
- The Royal Scottish National Orchestra- Fun, family-friendly musical activities to keep you entertained while we all stay at home- https://www.rsno.org.uk/rsnochallenge/?fbclid=IwAR2We4nOEmlkwPzdbqEQEIhusn3kzk6sIrQFbNRaV7uD7snnCMvpwuBhNwQ
24th November - Bubble closure
23rd November- Home Learning for Bubble Closure
Read the story The Gingerbread Man with a grown-up
You might have this story at home. If not you can find it on YouTube by following link:
Gingerbread Man addition
Can you use a Part-Part Whole board to add the buttons for the Gingerbread man? You can draw Part-Part Whole boards in your red homework books
Look at the example below.
Find a way to relax
It is important to look after our mental health and wellbeing in self-isolation. One way we can do this is by taking time to relax. Choose which way you want to relax. You might choose one of the links below to help you or you might think of some other ideas. For example you might like to try doing some kids yoga, listening to some relaxing music, taking a bubble bath or doing some mindful colouring!
Relaxing music- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WUXEeAXywCY&t=7587s
Friday 20th November Homework
Story Corner! Once Upon a Time....
Friday 6th November Homework
Thursday 22nd October- Home learning for Reception bubble closure/homework for over the half-term break
We have put together some tasks to keep children busy over the last two days of term and into the half-term break. Some of them are a bit spooky!! These activities can be found in your home learning packs if you have been able to pick these up from school. If this has not been possible for you, don’t worry- you can complete the tasks in your home learning books that you already have at home.
Over the next two days, the activities for you include:
- Name writing practice- practice writing you names on the line with good letter formation. For an extra challenge- try writing your second name!
- Halloween I spy counting- Scroll down to find the Halloween I spy picture. Count the creepy objects in the picture and write how many you can find
- Practice phonics sounds- practice forming the sounds m, a, s, d, t and i in your home learning books
- Halloween diary- Can you draw and write about what you have been up to over the half-term holiday?
- Fairy-tale book review- read your favourite fairy-tale with your grown-up or watch someone else reading the story on YouTube. Can you write a review of your story?
- Number formation sheets- practice forming your numerals to 9 using your pinchy parrot grip
As always, please send pictures of work completed at home to our parents email: email@example.com
Take care over the next few days and half-term break. We can’t wait to welcome you back to Reception as soon as we can :)
Friday 16th October Homework
In Reception this week we have been using representation boards in maths to represent numbers in different ways. When using a representation board we write a number in the centre of the board and then use different objects to represent the number in different ways. Choose a number between 1 and 10 and represent your number on the representation board using different objects- the more inventive the better! Send your pictures to our parents email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday 9th October Homework
Your child will be bringing home their Read Write Inc Phonics file on Friday. Each Friday, your child will bring home some practise sheets. These sheets are an opportunity to practise the sounds they have learnt that week in school. When the sheets are complete, please keep them in this file so that they are all together. At the minute, we are not asking for the completed sheets to be returned to school, therefore, if you would like to send us photos of your child practising, please do so to:
Also, we are collecting Autumnal objects to explore! If you find any interesting over the weekend, please bring it into school for us to share. We have been looking at conkers, pinecones, pumpkins and leaves.
Friday 2nd October Homework
Your child will bring home a sheet with their homework for this week on. It is bingo again, but this time, phonics bingo. Each phonics group has slightly different homework this week, therefore, we are not uploading the bingo boards to the website.
Your child will also bring home an exercise book this week. The instructions of what this is for will be inside of the front cover.
This week, we had a really disappointing amount of homework emailed to us. Reception C only had 10 and Reception L didn't have any at all! We are hoping to have many more next week.
Here are a some links to videos that will help you complete this week's homework with your child, if needed.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ovJIxTQpsU- What segmenting and blending sounds like.
Friday 25th September Homework
Your child will be bringing home a sheet with their bingo boards on.
This week in reception, we have been playing lots of bingo games! During maths, we have been playing number bingo. Your homework this week is to play bingo at home. Here are your instructions:
Game 1 – Adult to say the numbers and children to cover them with counters or use pens to cross the numbers out until the bingo card is finished.
Game 2 – Adult to count out objects. E.g pieces of pasta, small toys, chocolate buttons. Adult to count out the objects, children to count them and then find the matching number on the bingo card. Children to use counters to cover the numbers or use pens to cross the numbers out until the bingo card is finished.
Finally, adult to send a photo of you playing bingo to our homework email address.
Friday 18th September
Homework this week is super simple- we are asking children and parents to take a photograph of one fun thing children have been busy with over the weekend and send the picture to our parents email- email@example.com. This is so children (and parents!) can get used to our new electrical way of working!
Next week we will be uploading a written piece of work. We will be giving children a special homework book where they can complete any written homework tasks that are uploaded on this web page.