Good morning and welcome back to our class page.
We cannot believe that this is the last week of school for this year! We hope that you enjoy the final few learning ideas.
Challenge for this week!
Everyday this week, we would like you to reflect on this year of learning. What has been your favourite thing about school this year and why? Each day could you write/draw or make something that represents your best learning from this year. Have fun!
Reading Challenges- 13th July
New- click on the reading page for three new reading challenges.
We have a treat for you this week class 1, Mrs Waine's story time, 'Prince of Pants' by Alan MacDonald.
Have you watched Mrs Ennals read 'The Hungry Caterpillar' yet?
New sporting challenge this week, please click on 'class 1 sports challenge' to have a go.
Sporting Challenge - School Games Mark May
On Monday 4th May the National Network of School Games Organisers are launching ‘School Games Mark May’. This is a 4 week programme of daily sport challenges for you to try. The challenges are pitched for Key Stage one, however I think there will be lots of fun challenges for Class 1 to enjoy. You can record your scores and ask a grown up to email them to Mrs Waine. Please click on the sports challenge button to find out more.
Letters and Sounds Daily Phonics
Have you tried the new 'Letters and Sounds' daily phonic lessons which are available on Youtube?
Click here for a preview of the three different lesson examples
As it is the start of a new term, we would like you to follow this recommended daily routine, as it gives you the flexibility to carry out your learning to fit in with your family life and other fun things that you like to do.
Daily Routine :
Maths 25 minutes
Literacy 25 minutes
Phonics tasks 20 minutes
Reading 15 minutes
Handwriting 15 minutes
Then choose ONE other task from the following areas-
Each of these above areas has a separate subject page. Click on each subject to find lots of suggested learning tasks and links to websites.
Make sure you build exercise into your day. Remember to take breaks in between tasks, and use it to dance, run or even make an obstacle course.
Adults- Please do not put pressure on yourselves in your new role as a teacher of your child/children- I know you are doing a great job! Make sure you follow your child’s lead into how much they want to do. The above routine is only a guide and it is ok to do less or more than the suggested daily routine.
Remember to give your child lots of praise and breaks during the day and also to have fun together in your home learning journey.
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Take care and we miss you all.
Early Years Team x