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Welcome to Worth Valley Primary School
Home learning- Please check individual class pages and the learning links tab for useful links to websites and activities to support home learning.
“This is a warm, friendly and welcoming school. The pupils are rightly proud of it. The staff are proud to work at it. The headteacher is proud to lead it.” (Ofsted October 2019)

Reception (Hedgehogs) Remote Learning

Monday

Fine motor skills Buttons– practise fastening and unfastening buttons on a a shirt or cardigan

Phonics –  Play I spy

Literacy –  Practise writing your name

Snack time –  Butter a piece of toast

Number – Look at different shapes around the house. Can you name them?
Try drawing them.

Physical development – practise throwing and catching. Use a ball or piece of fruit or paired socks. Start close together and move further apart.

Messy mark making –  practise drawing shapes, numbers and letters in a spoonful of jam or sauce spread on a plate

Story time- Stories are not just just for bed time! Share a storybook  or two throughout the day.

More lovely stories can be found on https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/b00jdlm2/cbeebies-bedtime-stories

Songs and rhymes

Tuesday

Fine motor skills – Scissor skills- Draw a line on a piece of paper then cut along it. Draw a wiggly line or zig zags, Can you cut along the lines?

Phonics – Use your child’s blue phonics book to practise the sounds they need to learn

Literacy –  Do a jigsaw with a grown up. Adults, talk whilst you are putting the jigsaw together, use words like here, there, turn it round, other way, corner, edge

Snack time –  Chop a piece of fruit or a vegetable

Number – Practise writing numbers up to 10. Can you count objects to match the numbers e.g. 10 cars, 2 shoes

Physical development – Practise hopping, jumping and balancing on one leg

Messy mark making –  Practise drawing pictures and shapes in sand, salt, sauce or liquid

Story time- Stories are not just just for bed time! Share a storybook  or two throughout the day.

More lovely stories can be found on https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/b00jdlm2/cbeebies-bedtime-stories

Songs and rhymes

Wednesday

Fine motor skills –  Threading- use a piece of string or ribbon and thread as many things as you can. You could use cereal hoops, pasta tubes, shapes cut out of paper or leaves.

Phonics – Play some of the Phase 2 games on

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

Literacy –  Read a story and then retell it through pictures. Draw the main events, add key words if you can

Snack time –  Bake. Make some buns, cake, crumble. Anything!

Number – Create a workout routine- 5 jumps, touch your toes 3 times etc

Physical development – Follow your workout, get the whole family involved

Messy mark making –  Practise drawing pictures, numbers and shapes in sand, salt, sauce or liquid

Story time- Stories are not just just for bed time! Share a storybook  or two throughout the day.

More lovely stories can be found on https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/b00jdlm2/cbeebies-bedtime-stories

 

Thursday

Fine motor skills –  get something small  and edible (cereal, peas, sweets). See how many you can pick up in 1 minute with your fingers (just your finger and thumb!) How ever many you collect you get to eat!

Phonics – Watch the tricky word songs and practise writing the words.

 

Literacy –  Write a sentence- use I go to the and add your own ending e.g. I go to the park.

Snack time –  Chop a piece of fruit or a vegetable to eat

Number – write numbers 0-10 on pieces of paper. Mix them up, can you put them back in the right order?

Physical development – Go outside and run around, look out for obstacles that might be in your way.

Messy mark making –  Practise drawing letters, numbers and shapes in sand, salt, sauce or liquid

Story time- Stories are not just just for bed time! Share a storybook  or two throughout the day.

More lovely stories can be found on https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/b00jdlm2/cbeebies-bedtime-stories

 

Friday

Fine motor skills –  get a grown up to draw you some shapes. can you cut them out? Now try draw your own and cut those out

Phonics – Get a newpaper, leaflet, magazine or catalogue. Look for sounds and words you know. Colour them in.

Literacy –  use buckets or bowls and write letters or words on paper or post it notes, one for each container. Throw a soft ball, beanbag or paired socks and try to get it in the container. practise saying the sounds or words

Snack time –  Make a sandwich

Number – Use buckets or bowls and write numbers or shapes on paper or post it notes, one for each container. Throw a soft ball, beanbag or paired socks and try to get it in the container. practise saying the numbers and shapes. You could aim for different numbers and add them together to make a total score.

Physical development –  go for a walk

Messy mark making –  Practise drawing pictures, numbers and shapes in sand, salt, sauce or liquid

Story time- Stories are not just just for bed time! Share a storybook  or two throughout the day.

More lovely stories can be found on https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/b00jdlm2/cbeebies-bedtime-storie

Songs and rhymes

Other useful links

Alphablocks,  Numbertime and Numberblocks are great for helping us with numbers, sounds and words.

You can find them on BBCiplayer and youtube.

           Numbertime - Money - £2 | Bbc schools, Early years maths, Eyfs         

I’d love to see some of the things you’ve all been doing at home. Email me at c.oram@worthvalleyprimary.co.uk

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