Dear Reception Parents/Carers,
We are sorry that we cannot be in school at the moment. On this webpage, we shall be uploading a weekly plan of daily activities to do at home.
Many thanks for your support,
RF - Mrs R. Doupé
RG - Mrs E. Gray
RL - Miss R. Leech
RZD - Mrs M. Ziegler & Mrs B. Dalley
Miss G.Dumbill, Mrs C. Green, Mrs C. Leatherbarrow, Mrs M. Trafford,
Listen to the story, ‘The Very Busy Spider’ written by Eric Carle.
What was the spider busy doing?
With help, make a list of the animals in the story. Which sound can you hear at the beginning of each word. Spider begins with ‘s’.
Our new Come and See topic is ‘Welcome’.
Listen to the book, ‘All are Welcome’ by Alexandra Penfold and Suzanne Kaufman.
With a grown up, talk about the meaning of the following key words, welcome, welcomed, school, class and b
Listen to the story
‘Spider Sandwiches’ written by Claire Freedman.
Talk about the character and setting. What else do you think Max would like to eat? Draw and label a plate of his favourite food.
Listen to ‘Look Up’ written by Nathan Bryon.
Did you know that Mae Jemison was the first African American woman in space? What would you like to be when you are older
Listen to ‘Walter’s Wonderful Web’ written by Tim Hopgood.
How did Walter feel when his webs got blown away? Can you draw different shaped webs like in the story?
Listen to ‘Spinderella’ written by Julia Donaldson.
What was your favourite part of the story? Why?
Father John explains what happens at a baptism.
Find out 5 facts about spiders. Click on the video above and watch.
Record what you have found out about spiders. Have a look for spiders in your garden.
Mrs Gray reading 'Incy Wincy Spider' by Keith Chapman and Jack Tickle. Can you spot the rhymes?
Mrs Dalley reading 'Aaaarrgghh Spider' by Lydia Monks.
Interactive games and printable resources.
Phonics Bloom create interactive online phonics games to help teach children the relationship between letters and sounds, and develop the skills needed to read and write.
Take a look at the Phase 3 comics to start with.
Games to play for a variety of subjects.
Maths and English games