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Hello, 

The home learning for this week is a series of activities and ideas.   Please continue to read with your child, and practice having your child read to you, at least three times per week.  Home learning can be evidenced through Tapestry or by emailing photos to Mrs. Jones or Mrs. Cook (depending on your current teacher).   Any questions or concerns that you have, please feel free to email your current teacher, or phone the school office. 

Warm Regards, 
The Reception Team 

Hello, it has been so nice to get to talk to some of the children and families this week.  I cannot believe that it is already the last week of the term!  It has gone by so quickly!  We hope you are continuing to stay safe at home.  Below are a list of activities to try for the week along with your weekly reading.  Remember that the Move More Challenge ends on Friday and all forms/records need to be emailed to me please.

 

We look forward to seeing you at school when we can,

The Reception Team

Home Learning 18th May

Musical Instrument Bingo

Accordian.mp3

Banjo.mp3

Bass.mp3

Clap.mp3

Congas.mp3

Didgeridoo.mp3

Drumkit.mp3

Electric Guitar.mp3

Flute.mp3

Gong.mp3

Harp.mp3

Mbira.mp3

Organ.mp3

Pan pipes.mp3

Piano.mp3

Saxophone.mp3

Sitar.mp3

Synth.mp3

Tamborine.mp3

Trombone.mp3

Tuba.mp3

Violin.mp3

Voice.mp3

Xylophone.mp3

Welcome to week 4 of Term 5!  We hope you had a restful bank holiday and enjoyed the wonderful weather!  This week we look forward to all of the 'Move More' that you are doing with your family; walking, cycling, running all count towards your goal!  We hope that you continue to stay safe and we love seeing all of the home learning on Tapestry and through email.  We look forward to seeing everyone when we can be together again at school!

 

Take care and keep reading,

 

The Reception Team

Home Learning 11th May 2020

Hello Everyone,

It is wonderful to see all of your home learning and creative ideas through Tapestry.  We hope that you are continuing your reading (at least 3 times per week) and that you are staying safe at home.  We look forward to seeing all of your smiling faces when we return to school!  

Stay safe, 

The Reception Team

Home Learning 4th May 2020

Welcome to week 2 of term 5!  This week we are continuing with Mavis the cat story for Literacy.  Our maths activities are all about numbers, measurement and shape.  We have added a link below for parents and carers so that you can follow along with daily Letters and Sounds phonics lessons on youtube.  We hope that you are continuing to stay safe at home. We look forward to seeing all of your work on Tapestry or through email and we cannot wait until we can see your smiling faces again at school!

Love from,

Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Hope, Mrs. Sullivan, and  Mrs. Counsell

Hello Everyone!  We hope that you had a safe and happy Easter holidays.  Term 5 is here and our literacy for the next two weeks will come from Talk For Writing activities.  Our maths activities help to build up our confidence with number sense and recognising shapes in the environment.  All activities are listed below in the document.  If there are any questions, please email.  We love seeing all of your fantastic learning on Tapestry!  

 

Stay safe!

Love from,
Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Hope

Home Learning 20th April 2020

Hello,

 

We hope that you are staying safe and well. We love seeing all of your learning on Tapestry and email.  We have put together some Easter activities that you can do with your family.  We miss you and are looking forward to seeing you at school soon!  Happy Easter!

Love from,
Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Hope

 

Easter Activities

At the beginning of each week we will upload work for your children to do at home. There will be 5 literacy tasks, 5 maths tasks and 5 other tasks including PE, expressive art and design, understanding the world, communication and language, and personal, social and emotional development.  Home learning can be shared online through Tapestry or by emailing cjones@st-thomasmore.gloucs.sch.uk so that your learning can be recorded in your learning journal.  Reading should still take place at least 3 times a week. We hope you enjoy the activities set and look forward to seeing you when we return to school. 

 

 

 

 

Thank you for continuing to share your home learning through Tapestry or by emailing me

 

Week Beginning 30.03.2020

 

Literacy Activities

 

Maths Activities

  • Numberblocks
  • Caterpillar Number Games
    • sequencing 1-10 and 10-1
    • ordering 1-20 and 20-1
  • Addition and Subtraction to 10 using objects
  • Count the number of <green> cars you see on a walk
  • Shape Hunt Around the House

 

Other Activities

  • P.E. with Joe
  • Real P.E 
    • Parent Email: parent@stthomasmo-3.com   
    • Password:  stthomasmo
  • Do a puzzle
  • Draw a picture of a flower (remember to label stem, petals, leaves)
  • Design yourself into a super hero.  What would your super powers be?

Week Beginning 23.03.2020

Literacy Tasks:

  • Read a story and write descriptions for each character
  • Write the instructions to cook a meal or do a task (laundry, set the table)
  • Write a card to someone you care about
  • Play I spy 
  • Play 20 questions

 

Maths Tasks:

  • Find 5 or more sticks and order them from longest to shortest
  • Colour Hunt (find 1 thing that is red, 2 things that are blue, 3 things that are green...)
  • Set the table.  How many plates? How many cups? How many items altogether?
  • Find 5 or more leaves and order them from smallest to biggest
  • Count the number of dogs you see on a walk

 

Other Tasks:

  • Build a tower and label it
  • Play a board game and take turns
  • Cosmic Yoga 
  • Find the beauty in God's world and share it with someone you love
  • Paint or draw a picture to hang on your window to spread joy

Welcome to Genesis class!  Our topics stem from high quality literature and children’s interests.  We are learning about traditional tales such as The Three Pigs, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Jack and the Beanstalk and The Gingerbread Man. 

 

A New Chair for Baby Bear

The children worked together in pairs to build a new chair for Baby Bear.  They needed to decide which materials they would use and negotiate a plan to construct it.  Some children chose to use junk modelling in the indoor environment and others used the EYFS outside space to make a chair for Baby Bear.

 

 

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Porridge Tasting

We followed a recipe to make porridge and tried different toppings.  It was fun to be a ‘Have a Go Hawk’ and try the toppings of cinnamon, honey, and jam with our porridge.  We then made a graph to show our favourite topping!

 

We decided to write a recipe to Goldilocks, using our developing writing skills, so that Goldilocks wouldn’t have to keep eating the Bears’ porridge!

 

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