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We have 32 children in our class. Our teacher is Mr Taylor and our teaching assistant is Mrs Turner. Mrs Pandzioch is also in our class.


We will be learning lots this year and we will be learning in different ways. We will learn through play, indoors and outdoors and we will also do interesting things led by our teachers. 


We hope you enjoy watching our journey in Reception and all of the fun that we have. 

Summer 2 - Week 7 and 8

Moving to Year 1



This week and next week  we will be looking at some transition activities in preparation for Year 1. Anything intended for Year 1 will be shared with Mrs Stalker and Mrs Oldhams.



  • Write about your favourite topic from your time in Reception (Supertato, Christmas, Pirates, Dinosaurs, Under the Sea etc) – let me know what you liked and why.
  • Read the cautious caterpillar – discuss feelings about moving into Year 1 and how new adventures are exciting!
  • Write some questions for your Year 1 teachers. (I will compile these and get answers from the Year 1 teachers and send these back to you. Try to use Who, What, Where, When, How, Why starters.
  • Complete the spreading my wings sheet.


This week we will be looking at 2d and 3d shapes. The children should be more confident with 2d shapes so maybe spend 1 day on these and then move on to 3d whilst doing a little 2d activity each day.


2d shapes - rectangle, square, circle , triangle, pentagon, hexagon, octagon

3d shapes - cube, pyramid, sphere, cone, cuboid


  • Tell me about your favourite bible story – this could be a picture or a written account of it.





  • Create a family tree – this could be drawn with pictures or names added on or you could make one using sticks and then tie pictures of your family on the branches. It is up to you how far back you go but I would recommend grandparents.



Continuing with Phase 2 and 3 revision as well as these new sounds…

nd – send, lend, wind, fund

lf – elf, shelf,

xt – next, text

pt – crept, swept, kept

General activities

Summer 2 Week 6

Under the Sea – Rainbow Fish – Week Beginning 6/7/20


This week we will be mearing in non-standard measures first (this can be anything at all – lego, shoes, footsteps, pasta etc) before moving on to measuring with a ruler or tape measure. Complete non-standard tasks first including the sunflowers before moving on to ruler work. As well as the work below try measuring different things around the house. This could be toys, plants, anything!


This week we will be learning about The Rainbow Fish.

  • Read the story powerpoint
  • Complete the summary
  • Have a go of the comprehension.
  • Describing the rainbow fish – What does he look like and how does he behave?
  • Complete some rainbow fish writing frames



Find out about Mosques and how Muslim’s pray there. Write down 3 interesting things you found out. Have a look at different mosques around the world and compare them to Christian churches. What is the same and what is different?


Phase 4 sounds this week are…

ft – lift, shift, left

sk – tusk, task, mask, flask

lt – felt, belt, melt

nk – link, pink, think, stink, wink, blink

  • Practise these sounds by reading and writing different words with them in.
  • Don’t forget to revisit all the previous sounds too using games like Flash Cards on Phonics Play.
  • Complete some different phonics activities as seen below.

Summer 2 Week 5 (W/B - 29/6/20)

Under the Sea – Starry Eyed Stan



  • Complete a story map for Starry Eyed Stan
  • Complete a rewrite, writing one sentence for each picture
  • Look at the ways to change the story sheet and complete some different ideas
  • Write a new version of the story using your own characters.


  • Labelling a church
  • Make a church out of lego or other construction materials


We will be looking at four Phase 4 sounds a day. This week we will look at ft, nth, lp, lk. Some examples of words to use in games and to practise reading are…

nth – tenth,

ft – soft, loft, left, gift, lift

lp – help, yelp, pulp

lk – elk, silk, milk, bulk, hulk


Thie week we will reinforce number bonds to 10 and look at 20 if confident. The children should be building towards reciting number bonds confidently.



  • Experiment with making different shades of blue by adding white and black to a base colour. Look at making light blue at the top and getting darker as it goes down. This will be used in future weeks for art work.
  • Make a number Octopus (check our Twitter to see our ones from school). Make an Octopus body and then 8 arms coming off. Label each arm with a number and then draw the correct number of dots on.

Summer 2 Week 4

Starry Eyed Stan

This week we will carry on with some Starry Eyed Stan activities as the children get used to the story and characters. Keep reading the story as next week they will be writing a version of it themselves so the better they know it the easier next week will be.



  • Think about a special place to you – this could be anywhere! It could be the beach, your garden, somewhere you’ve been on holiday etc Draw a picture of it and then write about why it is special to you.


  • Draw your special place or show me using clip art
  • Create an under the sea picture using clip art


  • Complete rhyming words activity

Read some stories in your house and spot the rhyming words

  • Complete an acrostic poem – use describing words such as ‘crafty crab’, ‘fast fish’ for each letter (don’t worry if you can’t think of an animal for each one it can be anything in the ocean!)
  • Have a look at some of the powerpoints


Have a go of this very cool rainbow water activity!



This week we will revisit what we have done the previous few weeks and I would like you to begin to note what areas you feel the children are finding difficult and areas in which they are confident. Revisit some of the activities already done and see how confident they are independently. If they are, brilliant! If not, then this is no problem but spend some time going back over these. Email me at the end of the week to let me know what areas you think need working on and I will send some more personalised activities home next week.



  • Make a salt dough star fish
  • Finish the Starry Eyed Stan pictures


  • Complete some tricky word activities
  • Take a look at the home challenge cards

Summer 2 Week 3

Under the Sea – Starry Eyed Stan


This week lots of our work will be based around a book called Starry Eyed Stan. I have uploaded a version of the book below so you can share this before attempting some of the activities. It is a very fun book which touches on themes of friendship and being kind to others. Use this as a chance to find out about star fish too. Which oceans do they live in? What do they eat? How do they move?



This week we will be consolidate counting in 10s and 2s and then move on to counting in 5s. Remember to not move on to these until you are sure that your child is secure in number recognition to 20 and using these numbers for basic addition and subtraction. Start with lots of practical counting in 5s, counting groups of 5 and then maybe counting high fives before moving on to the activities below.


  • Jay showed bravery when trying to help Stan all by himself – Think of a time when you have been brave and write about it
  • Jay was a great friend to Stan too – think about what you think makes a good friend and tell me about it.
  • Find out about star fish and write an information page about them.


  • Host your own singing school! Create a family song or perform a song together.
  • Using cardboard and other junk materials make a stage for Stan and his friends to sing on.
  • Complete some colouring pages – think carefully about the colours that you need for each section
  • Continue to learn the under the sea dance


  • Sing this song and then make a picture of your favourite things that God created that live in the sea.




Continue with Phase 4 phonics using websites like phonics play.


Summer 2 Week 2

Under the Sea – Coral Reef



Research what lives in the coral reef. Find out as much about it as possible, what plants, animals etc live there. Watch videos, news stories and read articles about it all. We will also be looking at pollution in the oceans and how we can each play our part to help make this better. Part of this weeks work is to teach the children about research and how we do that when trying to find out about something that we might not know a lot about. Please bear in mind that when looking at pollution, each child’s understanding of this will be different as will their ability to cope with the sad facts around it in relation to harm to animals. Please consider this carefully especially when researching and make sure that you monitor what they are looking at.



  • After watching some videos write a summary of what you think a coral reef is.
  • Make a list of different things that live in a coral reef.
  • Make a list of rules for keeping the oceans healthy.
  • Write a list of questions you might have about what lives in the sea – keep this list and try and do the research to answer them all by the end of this half term.

Exploring the Coral Reef: Learn about Oceans for Kids - FreeSchool

10 things about the Great Barrier Reef - Fun facts for kids

Check Out the Great Barrier Reef!

Barrier reefs are home to all kinds of amazing animals, but did you know that the coral itself is an animal? Join Jessi and Squeaks to learn all about coral ...


This week we will be focussing on counting in 10’s. Same as last week, please don’t go onto this if some of the basics to 10 are not secure yet as that is the most important element. If this is the case then please see prior weeks or get in touch. When counting in 10’s you can obviously use your hands together or your feet together. Similar to last week, it is important that the children know that when we count in 10’s it is because we have lots of groups of 10. E.g. before counting 10p coins the children need to know that is because it has 10 1p’s in it. Try collecting toys in groups of 10 and counting the groups before counting coins.

  • Clap hands together using both hands counting in 10s as you go.
  • Count jumps in 10, talking about how there are 10 toes on the floor each time you land.
  • Play a game throwing a ball (or anything else) into a container. Each one that goes in gets you 10 points!

Counting By Tens Song

How Much Plastic is in the Ocean?



Watch the plastic in the ocean video above and make a poster about how we can use less plastic or different ways to save the oceans.

The below video shows some of the ways in which coral reefs can be saved.


Start learning the Under the Sea dance!

Under the Sea dance

Still image for this video



Try some of the experiments in the document attached below. Lots of fun to be had! It says to do it in your kitchen but it looks like some could be pretty messy so maybe outside is best…

Summer 2 Week 1

Under the Sea



As we move into Summer 2 it is very important that the children are confident with their number recognition to 20, counting to 20 and addition and subtraction. Please do not move on to the work below if you don’t feel they are secure on the above. Instead, do lots of practise with those numbers to 20, write out addition and subtraction problems and solve them practically. If you need any help with this then please get in touch!

Our focus this week will be on counting in 2s. As always it is important to do lots of practical work first before trying any of the worksheets. To count in 2s practically you may want to count pairs of socks or shoes, get the children to label each set of 2 as they count, making it clear that we count in 2s because we know that the groups are all the same. There are some songs below to help as well. It might be worth stopping these at 10 whilst confidence builds, then moving on to 20 and beyond when you feel they are ready.

Counting By Twos Song

Dancing in 2's


Our focus for our writing this week will be on finding out about sharks. If you begin by labelling the parts of a shark and discussing what each part does, how they breathe, their teeth etc then you will be able to use the labels to write sentences about what a shark looks like.

  • Label a shark
  • Find out 3 interesting facts about a shark and write these in sentences
  • Complete a written factfile about sharks telling me what they look like, how they breathe and some other interesting facts.

All About Sharks for Children

Shark Dive | What Sam Sees

Sharks for Kids | Animal Learning Videos

WOW! Learn about sharks in this animal learning video for kids!


The World (Science)

  • Watch lots of the videos about sharks! There are hundreds more on youtube too so if your child really enjoys it, watch some more (maybe not hundreds though…)
  • Complete the science experiment about salt water density


  • Continue with Phase 4 work using websites like Phonics Play or if your child is not yet secure on Phase 2 and 3 then continue to practise sounds from there. Don't forget that there is lots of videos and resources further down this page from prior weeks. 


2do’s have been set for this weeks work

  • Complete an under the sea picture using clipart
  • Complete a deep sea diver mash cam
  • Complete a counting in 2s coding game

Summer 1 Week 5

People Who Help Us


This week we will be finishing of our work on People Who Help Us and combining some of the work we have done previously.

  • Create a story map in the style of the Jolly Postman – You are on a walk around your local area and you see different people who help us. Where do you see them? What do you give them or what do they give you?
  • Write your story a little bit at a time with a sentence for each picture on your story map e.g. One sunny day I went for a walk around Maghull. First I saw a doctor. She was on her way to the doctor’s surgery. Next I saw a postman with a very big bag of letters. After that I saw a mechanic who was fixing a broken car. She was doing a very good job. Etc
  • Write about which job you think you would be good at if you were going to help people. What makes you think you would be good at that job (this is similar to the castle job application so look back at that and use similar questions and skills).
  • Complete the list of who helps us to do different things worksheet.


This week we will focus on securing the children’s use of numbers to 20. To do this there should be lots of counting objects, actions and things that cannot be moved such as pictures.

  • Create a game in the garden which involved throwing something (a ball, teddy, rolled up socks, anything!) into a selection of containers (buckets, watering cans, hoops etc). Each container is labelled with a different points value and the children add up the points for all the players as they go. Play first to 20 wins. Once the children are confident going forwards with this, try starting with 20 points and the first person to get to zero wins.
  • Complete missing number challenges – there are some sheets attached below but you can also do this by counting out loud and missing numbers, replacing the numbers with a clap. Which number is missing?
  • Practice counting from different starting numbers, forwards and backwards. Not all counting starts from 1 and when children feel confident to spot a group of 5 and start from that number (when using fingers for instance), this makes it much quicker for them.
  • Complete a number hunt – hide numbers 0 – 20 around the house (just written on paper) – Every time they find a number they come and put it on the number line 0- this could be a bit of tape on the floor, a washing line or just laid out. Discuss which numbers would go where on the number line.


  • Draw around your body and then draw on the uniform or work clothes or someone who helps us that you admire.
  • Create a people who help us tree – draw around your hand, paint it brown like a trunk and add some branches coming off your fingers. Finger paint some leaves on the trees and on each write down someone who helps us. This could just be their job title (e.g. paramedic) but it could also include people you know in your family who do those jobs.


  • Complete a mash cam for a builder – what would you be good at building? Could you build something linked to our current topic? A police station, a hospital etc


  • Create a prayer ‘fortune teller’ On the inside of the flaps draw or write someone or something you would like to pray for.

My Lighthouse with lyrics (Rend Collective)

Rend Collective's "My Lighthouse"


Summer 1 Week 4

Cops and Robbers




Our book focus this week is Cops and Robbers by Janet and Allan Ahlberg. 


  • Choose one of the robbers from the story and write a wanted poster for them. Describe what they look like including plenty of adjectives! If you enjoy doing one you could do wanted posters for all of them!
  • Write a description of Office Pugh. What makes him brave? How do you know this?

'Cops and Robbers' story by Janet & Allan Ahlberg. Narrated by Melody Pugh

Police Car For Kids

Gecko and your kids will learn about police cars for children in this video.

Let's Play: Police Officers

Let's Play: Police Officers


The focus in our maths this week is on halving and sharing. The easiest way to teach halving is to use the ‘one for you, one for me’ method of sharing. This could be practised with teddies in a tea party setting or with any other interest your child has. Once they are confident practically halving you could introduce sharing into more groups. Remember that the numbers should be able to be shared out equally (no remainders just yet!) Once they are confident practically halving you can try division by grouping. See the video tutorial for this by following the youtube link below.

It’s important that your child also understands division as grouping. Again, you can use any objects from around your home to practise division as grouping.

Ask your child to find out how many there are in a group of objects. Explain to them that you want to find out how many groups of two there are in the total group. Help your child to take two items at a time and count how many groups of two there are in the total number.

For example, if you had 8 objects and wanted to divide by grouping this could be seen as ‘How many groups of 2 are there in 8?’. Ask and support your child to explain that they have divided the 8 objects by grouping them in twos and finding out how many groups of 2 there are in the total group of 8 objects.

I have attached some worksheets but the best way to do this will always be practically!


If very confident with halving and doubling from last week then try the halving and doubling connection sheet. There is also a doubling and halving board game to help practice.


Our story that Jesus heard this week is David and Goliath. Read the story, watch the video and have a go of some of the games and activities.

David and Goliath - The Beginners Bible



  • Use building blocks or lego to create a jail for the robbers
  • Design a police car – this could be drawn, made using construction materials, junk modelled or designed on Purple Mash (2do has been set)


Our story that Jesus heard this week is David and Goliath. Read the story, watch the video and have a go of some of the games and activities.

David and Goliath - The Beginners Bible


  • Design and make a police car on 2design and make (2do set)
  • Complete a police office mash cam

Summer 1 Week 3


Book for this week

Learn about Firefighters for Kids

Here Comes A Fire Engine


  • Find out about and write about what firefighters do.
  • Write about what you want to be when you are older and try to include reasons why.
  • Write speech and thought bubbles for what fire fighters might be thinking whilst putting out a fire.


This week our focus will be on doubling. The easiest way to explain this to the children is to get them to know that it is ‘the same number again’. So if you ask what double 5 is it is the same as saying 5 + 5. Do lots of this practically to begin with concentrating on doubles up to 5 to begin with.

Double song


Make a list of things that protect us (e.g. bike helmet, seat belts etc) and people who protect us (God, parents etc). Read or watch the story of Moses in the basket and discuss who protected him. You could add this to your list.

Baby Moses (Exodus 1-2)


  • Make a fire engine! This could be out of a box like in the story or lego etc.
  • Design a fire station – don’t forget you need to be able to get a fire engine (or 2) inside!
  • Firefighter hand print art


  • Design a fire engine using 2 design and make (this has been set as a 2do) – you can print these off and make a 3d model of your design.
  • Try a mash cam on your computer or ipad on Purple Mash. This will put your child’s face inside one of people who help us costumes.

Phase 4 Tricky Words Song Sight Words Song

Summer 1 Week 2

People Who Help Us - Vets



This week we will focus on subtraction from 20. In a similar way to the addition this should be done practically at first and then using things like a number line or other methods such as drawing the first number in the number sentence and then crossing out the second number. We will only work on adding 1 digit numbers e.g. 11 + 8. Subtraction to 10 can always be completed on your fingers! Given the link to our story this week ‘The Zoo Vet’, it is also a great time to work on some Days of the Week ordering. You could complete a diary for each day of the week to help with this too. 


Our focus for People Who Help Us is Vets this week. You could complete lots of different research about types of vets.  

  • Write questions for a vet. What would you want to find out?  

  • Read the Zoo vet and then complete the What Happened Next? Sheet 

  • Make your own version of the Zoo vet - which animals will come in and why? It doesn’t have to be in a zoo, it could be anywhere! You might like to do an  animal a day to break the writing up a little and by the end of the week you will have a lovely story.  

  • Write some patient record cards during your play  


If your child is confident reading and writing with the majority of the Phase 3 sounds then move on to Phase 4 this week. If not, then please continue to consolidate Phase 3 and ensure that they are gaining confidence with this. In Phase 4 the children are not introduced to new sounds but will instead work more with consonant blends such as ‘sp’, ‘st’, ‘nt’ etc. There are some activities below to get started with. 


  • Using your toys (cuddly and others) create a veterinary surgery. Which animals are coming in and why? You can make bandages out of paper and other craft materials!  

  • Make cards for some of the animals in the vets so you can hope they get better soon. 

  • Make a collage of your favourite animals



This half term in RE we will be learning about stories that Jesus heard. This will put the focus on the Old Testament. Each week I will upload a story and an activity to go with it (this may be over a couple of weeks for the same story).

This week our focus is on Daniel in the Lions Den.

I have attached two animated versions of the story (1 is over 20 minutes and the other is 4 minutes). There are also some written versions too. 


The activity this week is to think about how Daniel would have felt in the Lion’s Den. Would he have been scared? Or did he trust in God and this took his fear away? Did he trust in God but was still a little afraid? Write down your reflections on this (adults can scribe for children) and then think about a time that you have been afraid. What would you have said to God? Write down or share your prayer with your family.

Daniel and the Lions - Beginners Bible

Beginners Bible - Embark on a thrilling journey with Daniel as he is carried off to the royal court of distant Babylon. There, his ability to understand drea...

Daniel in the Lion's Den

This Bible story is based on Daniel 6.


Don’t forget that there are lots of links to yoga activities further down the page. 

You could also make your own assault course in the garden using whatever you have! Jump over the hose, crawl under the sheet etc.  

Summer 1 Week 1

People Who Help us


Welcome back everyone! I hope that you all had a great break and that you managed to enjoy your Easter time together. I will now continue to put work on our class page for you to complete at home if you wish.

Our topic would now be People Who Help Us. Over the coming weeks we will be looking at the people in our communities who help us in different ways, a very appropriate topic at the moment, I’m sure you’ll agree.

I will be commenting on anything that goes on Class Dojo. It was amazing to see so many fantastic things going on at home before Easter and I can’t wait to start seeing them all again.



  • Write a list of people you can think who help you (clues – nurses, doctors, firefighters, paramedics, postal workers, dentists, cooks in school, vets etc).
  • Choose one of these groups of people and write a letter to them to thank them for their work at this time. On your daily exercise you could take a walk and post the letter to them. I’m sure this would give them a big boost at the moment!
  • You could write a letter to a friend or family member as well and post this to them. This is a great way to keep in touch at the moment.
  • Create a story map for the Jolly Postman (original story below) – who would he deliver letters to in your story? You could try writing your story too.


  • Design a stamp – stamps come in all different shapes and sizes, have a look! You could dress up and try and recreate the classic queen stamps. Make a crown out of carboard and decorate it!
  • Create a sheet of stamps on 2simple (this has been set as a 2do)
  • Using household objects or lego, construction materials, junk materials etc invent a new way to deliver post! (It doesn’t actually have to work) Decide where your post will start and then set a goal. It might start on one side of the kitchen and you need to deliver post to the living room for instance.

Lenny The Letter | Lenny's First Journey


  • This week will focus on Addition to 20.
  • Complete lots of different practical addition problems using toys or anything you can find around the house.
  • Try using money to work out which coins you would use to make different totals.
  • Use a number line to complete addition problems once confident using practical objects. You could use the one on our class page or you could even draw one on the floor using chalk or make one using paper.
  • Complete some of the addition challenges below.


  • Continue to use Oxford Owl (link on our page) and practise using phonics in lots of different ways.
  • Don’t forget to practise your tricky words for Phase 2 and 3 as well.


  • Act out your favourite bible story! (See the separate email for more details)

The Jolly Postman or Other People's Letters

The Jolly Postman or Other People's Letters written by Janet and Allan Ahlberg.

Spring 2 Week 6

Below are some ideas for this week. If you want to carry on with some castle work then you can apply for jobs in the castle and you could have your own banquet at home. Don't forget to write your menu! The previous resources will stay on the page so there are plenty of phonics and fitness activities elsewhere on our class page. 


Creative ideas

  1. Make a castle using boxes/cardboard
  2. Colour in an Easter Egg
  3. Design your own Easter Egg – what patterns will it have? What colours will you use?
  4. Make an Easter basket


  1. Write a prayer in the garden – like Jesus said his prayers in the garden of Gethsemane
  2. Read the Easter story and think about how Jesus felt. How would the other people around him have felt?
  3. Collage a cross


  1. Go on a 2d shape hunt around your garden and house – complete a tally chart for how many of each shape you found. Which was the most common?
  2. Complete a 2d shape colouring picture
  3. Complete a 2d shape chick
  4. Complete an Easter dot-to-dot
  5. Try steps 1 and 2 but with 3d shapes!

The Shapes Song

It's a shapes song.

Shapes Song 2


  1. Practise your Phase 2 and 3 tricky words
  2. Complete some CVC activities
  3. Keep a diary!
  4. Look at the powerpoint about jobs in the castle – which job would you be good at? Write about why you would be good at it. Which job wouldn’t you want?

Potential activities for Spring 2 Week 5 (week beginning 23rd March)


These are available if you wish to complete them and want something else to do at home. There are also links to yoga and mindfulness activities on our class page as well different things to do at home just for fun!


We would have been starting our topic on castles this week so I have uploaded some of the things we would have looked at including Powerpoints.




  1. Draw a story map – this involves drawing a picture for every part of the sentence you will write (you don’t need to write the story if you don’t want but can orally retell it). E.g. Once upon a time (draw a sun then an arrow), there was a brave princess (draw a princess and write key word ‘brave’ underneath), who went for a walk in the deep dark woods (draw the woods). The story map could follow a standard children’s story pattern such as meeting three different characters with the final one delivering the end product (such as finding a missing jewel or the dragons lair).
  2. Label a picture of a castle
  3. Write about the different parts of a castle – what was the purpose of them?


  1. Design a family crest (template attached although this could be drawn on paper or made as a collage on the floor). You can split the crest how you like. Try and think of 4 or more things that represent your family and draw them on the crest.
  2. Draw a castle – how does it look? Where would you build it?
  3. Do a self-portrait in the style of our old kings and queens. Try drawing your family too!


There are lots of general phonics games uploaded on to our class page including the songs that we use. No specific sounds will be given whilst we are closed. Tricky word songs are also there.


Lots of general counting games including board games. I have also uploaded some general number bonds to 10 resources. This can be practised in lots of ways by having 10 objects and splitting them into different groups. How many each group? The answer will always be 10. If confident expand to 20. If finding tricky, try number bonds to 5.

Farmer Pete HD


Cosmic kids yoga link has been uploaded elsewhere on our class page. There will also be plenty on line such as Joe Wicks doing a live workout each morning.

Useful websites

General Resources

Spring 2 Week 4

Potential activities for those at home

Here are some activities you may wish to do as well as reading, counting, and phonics games such as those on the phonics play website.



  1. Design a Jurassic world – where will the dinosaurs live? How will you separate the herbivores and carnivores? How will passengers get around?
  2. Paint a flower – We have been looking at Van Gogh’s sunflowers and painting lots of different flowers. Mix colours to make different tints and shades and paint different flowers around your house.



  1. The last supper – read the story of the last supper and act out what happened



  1. What do I know about dinosaurs? – Write a report on all of the things that you have found out about dinosaurs since we started the topic
  2. Why do you love your Mum? – Write about why you love you Mum. Just in time for Mother’s Day!





Our focus this week is on one more and one less

  1. Complete different games such as giving your child a starting number and then they find one more or one less for numbers to 20. This reinforces touch counting as well the language of more and less. They may be confident knowing it without counting but it is good for them to check practically.
  2. Complete some of the dinosaur 1 more and 1 less sheets on the website.
  3. Complete 1 more 1 less dice game



Our sounds this week are er, air and ure. There are lots of games online for this and a worksheet for each of them is on the website.


If you complete any of the above activities, then please keep them and send them in to school once you are back in. It is not a race to finish these activities. Spread them out over the week and incorporate other activities such as baking, cooking and play based learning.


Any questions please ask.




Mr. Taylor

Creative - Spring 2 Week 4

Jolly Phonics Songs

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These are the songs that we use to learn our new sounds in phonics!

The Dinosaurs Song

Zero The Hero | Count to 100

Tricky Words and Sight Words Song

Phase 3 Tricky Words

Phase 3 Tricky Words song as requested by many :) Tricky words/sight words featured me, be, was, you, my, all, are, they, was. Tricky words These are tricky,...

Tricky Words Song Phase 3 Tricky word song with Phase 3 tricky words he, she, we, me, be, was, my, you, they, are, all. Letters and Sounds Phonics Tricky Words

Posting our letters to Santa

Evil Pea has taken the vegetables and frozen them!

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