More Reading Books 2.5.20
Hello Butterflies and grown-ups.
We know that some of you have been looking for more books and stories because you have been reading so much at home that you need more things to read. It is absolutely fantastic to hear you are all so keen to keep reading. This is a good website to access, BookTrust website: https://www.booktrust.org.uk/books-and-reading/have-some-fun/
Under the HomeTime section this website has lots of different resources. There are authors reading stories, book characters to draw, stories to read, quizzes, activities, recipes and a handy list of what famous authors are doing online. We hope this helps.
Please click on the link below to a fabulous website that the unit one teachers have found to help with your reading.
There are thousands of books available on here for you to read. You can search by story type, fiction or non-fiction, reading level or year group. Hope this helps you to keep up your reading.
Take care and stay safe
Mrs Dix and Mrs Mckenzie
Week beginning 27th April 2020
Welcome to our new topic; Under the Sea,
Below are a list of activities and resources for you to choose from.
Firstly read or watch the story of Shark in the Park by Nick Sharratt.
What do you notice about the word shark and park?Can you find words that rhyme with shark and park and write them down.
Can you find the words that rhyme in the book? Can you think of any of your own words that rhyme? Did you see that they have the same spelling patterns in the words?
Can you make a list of all the things you can see through the telescope in your garden or in your house.
Maybe you can make your own little book using another animal and make it rhyme. Such as cat on the mat?
Mrs Dix and Mrs McKenzie have put together their own maths quiz from the illustrations in the story.
Below are extra resources that we have downloaded from Twinkl if you would like to use them.
Have a lovely week. We hope you have fun with this book and all the activities. We look forward to seeing some of your amazing work.
Mrs Dix, Mrs McKenzie and Mrs Jordan
Woodland Trust - 27.4.20
If you haven't already found this fantastic website then please have a look.
There are loads of fabulous, fun activities that the children can have a go at, such as making a fairy door, making a mud kitchen, building a bird nest, creating ladybird potato stamps, making a mini bug hotel and many, many more. There are five parts all with lots of great nature tasks to try.
The EYFS team hope that you are all safe and well and keeping yourselves busy. Over Easter we have added some word documents with practical ideas for the different areas of learning.
More recently we have added resources from the Twinkl website under each area of learning, just click on the yellow stars.
It is important to remember that in the early years classroom the children learn through their play. Being physically active will help them to stay focused and motivated, make learning fun.
Stay safe and look after each other.
The EYFS team.
Easter is a very important time for Christians. It celebrates Jesus rising from the dead and reminds Christians of God's great love and forgiveness for all humans.
Below is a suggested home learning task your child could do about Easter.
Resources for home learning
Websites that you can access with your child.
Mr Thorne does phonics - Geraldine giraffe