Tuesday, 4 May 2021

04.05.21 The Bad Tempered Ladybird Reception Remote Learning

                                             

The Bad Tempered Ladybird

The Bad Tempered Ladybird

 


Dear Parents and Carers, 

Please email us at eyfs@broadford.havering.sch.uk if you have any queries or questions with regards to your child’s learning. We will be here to support you! Please find below this week’s learning. We have attached web links for documents and files which you can share with your child and/or children at home. 


Baby Photos

Please could you email a photo of your child as a baby. Alternatively we can photocopy hard copies of photos and return originals.

Please email: eyfs@broadford.Havering.sch.uk 

Subject: Baby Photo  Child/Children’s Name & Class 


Phonics & Reading


Days of the Week Song


Click on link for the 03.05.2021 RWI Virtual School

 for this week’s phonic sounds sessions. We have also added Learning to Blend videos too. 


Learning to Blend

At this stage your child is segmenting the letters ---- c-a-t but then saying another word, e.g sounding out c-a-t and saying the word mat! This is a developmental stage to learning to blend and you may find the additional links in the document useful! 

Links will expire in 7 days.


Phonics Comic

https://phonicsplaycomics.co.uk/comics.html


My Book Blog



Reading Questions Booklet 

(Reading and Spelling 15 minutes each)

Please record your daily reading in your reading records.


Read a book or Click here for Oxford Owl electronic  reading books.


My Book Blog

https://mybookblog.org/plogin/broadford-primary-sc/

Please email us at eyfs@broadford.havering.sch.uk for your child’s login information.

(Please note books can only be reviewed on the book blog site not read.) 




Numeracy 


Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday  


Bank Holiday

Recognise the number 16 and look at the different representations of Number 16.  


Can you write the number 16?


Can you write the numbers from 0-9?

Ten Town Number Formation


Can you make the number 16 using two sets of cubes, two sets of counters or a different set of objects from around your home? Write up all the addition number sentences you can find. 8+8=16

Can you think of any subtraction number sentences? 16-0=16

Use cubes or a different set of objects from around your home. Count out 5 cubes. 

Take 2 cubes away. 

How many cubes did I have at the start? How many cubes did I take away? How many do I have now? How did you work it out? Can you write the subtraction number sentence?


Look at the Subtraction number problems. Can you write out and solve the subtraction number sentences?

Can you count down from 20-0? 


Can you play I count, you count and practise counting down from different starting points?


Look at the Subtraction number problems. 


Can you use cubes or a different set of objects from around your home to solve them? 


Can you record your number sentences? 


Look at the Additon & Subtraction  number problems.


Can you explain what you need to do and solve the problems?

 





Mathletics

https://login.mathletics.com/ 

Please email us at eyfs@broadford.havering.sch.uk for your child’s login information.

This should be found in your child’s Reading Record.





Topic

Listen to the story - Story Time for Reception - The Bad Tempered Ladybird

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Bank Holiday Monday 


Listen to the story Story Time for Reception - The Bad Tempered Ladybird and go through the Vocab Slides and the Life Cycle of a Ladybird. Learn all about how to tell the time: How to Tell the Time. Please find any additional resources here.

The Bad Tempered Ladybird


What makes you cross? Can you make a cross face? Can you say the sentence: “I get cross when…”



angry toddler crosses her arms

Listen to the story  Story Time for Reception - The Bad Tempered Ladybird and say or make the correct time. You could make your own clock: The Bad Tempered Ladybird Resources




And then make the correct times as you listen to the story. 

 



 

What makes you cross? Look through your list from yesterday of things that make you cross. Can you  write the sentence ‘I get cross when….’ 



Activity



 


Activity

Time things throughout the afternoon in your home. You can use timers or stopwatches to time different activities. You could time yourself tidying up, doing star jumps or races!




Activity

Write a list of things that make you cross.


angry toddler crosses her arms

Activity

Retell the story and when you say the times try and make the correct times.

Children learn to tell time


Activity:

Write the sentence  “I get cross when…”



Please use the website links below for any additional learning that you may wish to complete with your child. 

Helpful Websites:

There are lots of new and updated websites providing additional online learning and support during this period of school closure if you wish to complete additional learning activities.

Maths


Phonics & Reading

PE

 

Wellbeing Wednesday

Reception, on Wellbeing Wednesday you can take a break from your computers and devices and take part in lots of fun, different activities outside or around your home.

This afternoon, make a gratitude jar. Think about different people, things and events you are grateful for. Find a spare jar in your home, write down or draw pictures of the things that you are grateful for and add them to your jar. Why not look back at what you put into your gratitude jar in the future! It will make you feel happy to look back at what you put into your gratitude jar. 

You could also go for a walk in your local area. What did you notice on your walk? Did you see any animals or notice any changes to any of the trees or wildlife?

You may want to help your family with any chores around the house. You could tidy your room or help with folding clothes away or washing up.

Why not help your family to prepare and make a healthy dinner or bake something delicious in the afternoon! 

We hope you enjoy taking part in Wellbeing Wednesday. 

Please let us know what you got up to and share your learning with us!

 

Please email us at eyfs@broadford.havering.sch.uk to contact a member of the Reception Team. Please submit work using a Parent Postcard on Evidence Me. Keep checking the Broadford More Blogs page EYFS Blog Page and Facebook page for updates. 

 

Best wishes

The Reception Team


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