Dear parents I will be updating the website daily to provide a variety of activities for the children to complete at home in their work books or practically.
In the pack I provided there was a letter formation and number formation sheet for use when writing and in math activities. In addition there were the first 72 tricky words to practise and learn by sight. The word boxes are lists of words for that can be phonetically spelt. I use them to encourage the children to hear all sounds in words.
Please access bug club for the reading scheme. The children will be able to read as many books as they like, I can then allocate more.
Here are some games that are good for practising your blending, sound recognition and maths. These might be fun if your are struggling with motivation.:
Holidays are a great time to do some baking. Work with a grown-up to make some tasty cakes and treats to share with your family and friends.
Can you ride a bike? This is a great week to try and practise. If you can ride your bike already, maybe you could go on bike ride. It doesn’t have to be a bike; a scooter or trike are just as much fun!
Learn to tie your laces!
Our new book for the next 2 weeks: Old Bear written by Jane Hissey. Its an old one but definitely one of my favourites, full of engaging characters. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
Our last story of reception will be The naughty bus. This story will run for the next 3 weeks.
This week the planning will be slightly different to how we have been doing it. This week I will provide you with 8 tasks. I will still plan an English and a Maths task daily but will provide a selection of activities for you to choose for the afternoon. There will not be any planning for Wednesdays.
This is our final week in Laugharne together, I hope you have had a wonderful year and feel like you have made massive progress. I am so proud of you all and have missed you dearly over our lockdown period. Lets have one massive effort for the last week's work and all have a go.