Reception Activity Zone
Mrs Pell (RP) - firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Armstrong (RA) - email@example.com
Miss Sewell (RSW) - firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Samuel (RS) - email@example.com
Mr Nawrot (RN) - firstname.lastname@example.org
Here you will find suggested learning opportunities for your Reception children. Using these resources, you can put together a working timetable that fits your family commitments. We would like to encourage you towards certain online learning tools that we believe contain the best content to support learning in the coming weeks. myON and Renaissance (Maths in a Flash) will be our primary sources for distance online learning – these will be monitored regularly by me. There is also a bank of websites for you to select from that cover all areas of the EYFS curriculum.
I will be setting projects in myON that involve reading, writing and other areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum. There will be no deadlines set as every family situation is different, but I will be setting projects regularly to keep the children learning!
Daily timetables will vary according to your work and family commitments and how much time you decide to spend on each activity per day. Below is a suggested possible timetable that you could either follow or adapt to suit you and your child.
9-9.30am PE-workout with Joe Wicks or Yoga with Miss.Whytock on Tuesdays and Thursdays or Cosmic kids yoga
9.30-10.30am Phonics time (you do not need to spend the full hour doing phonics)
- Listen to phonics songs on you tube
- Read, Write, Inc speed sounds lesson 10 minutes (www.ruthmiskin.com)
Set 1 speed sounds 9.30am for nursery and reception and children new to English
Set 2 speed sounds 10am for children in reception who can read set 1
Set 3 speed sounds for children in years 1 and 2 or for reception who can read sets 1 and 2
- Phonics game: see suggested websites
- Reading and spelling of words in either set 1, 2 or 3- dependent on what set your child is working in
10.30-11.30am myOn project (you do not need to spend the full hour doing the project)
11.30-11.45am story time- read stories with your child
1pm-2pm Maths time (you do not need to spend the full hour doing mathematical activities)
- Watch a you tube song focused on either counting, number recognition, number ordering, doubles, halving, days of the week, months of the year, o’clock time, one more, one less, addition, subtraction
- Play a game on ‘Maths in a flash’
- Play a game on one of the selected websites below
2-3pm Activities covering other areas of the curriculum such as Physical development, Knowledge and Understanding of the world and expressive arts and design
- See websites for ideas
Please remember to listen to your child read as often as you can and share a story or two at bedtime.
Please say hello to your children from me, their teachers and teaching assistants and say that we hope to see them very soon. Thank you for your continued support.
EYFS Phase leader
Target Audience - Phonics and Writing
Target Audience - Yoga