Year R Home learning for Thursday 16th July
|Subject focus||What we need to learn:||How we might learn it:|
|Literacy||Children handle equipment and tools effectively, including pencils for writing.||
Today we will be writing the last page of the memories booklet. We are going to think of any successes your child has had both in school and during lock down at home.
Encourage your child to think about successes they can remember from school such as merits, achievement assemblies, being on gold (with ticks!), learning a new skill in PE – it can be anything!
When they have done that encourage them to think about any life skills they have achieved at home e.g. riding a bike without stabilisers for the first time, making their bed, independently managing buttons,etc.
Encourage your child to decorate each of the rosettes (attached) and then write a short description about the success it is for. Alternatively your child can draw their own award and write a description.
|Maths||Children solve problems.||
Problem solving measuring time
Look at the page of problems (attached below) and choose a couple of the problems to work through with your child. Can they use the appropriate vocabulary when solving the problem with you?
|Other:||Being proud of how they accomplished something.||
Today is the final activity based on home learning. To celebrate we would like to award your child a ‘Langstone Home Learner’ certificate. Your child can colour and decorate their certificate. You could even hold your own ‘Achievement Assembly for your child’. If you don’t have a printer, encourage your child to draw and decorate their own certificate.
A quick note from the year R teaching team: THANK YOU TO OUR PARENTS
We have seen all the hard work that parents have been putting in over the last couple of months since the schools were partially closed and we would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your hard work over this time.
Remember to email the school to let us know how you’ve got on. We’d love to see examples of what you’ve been up to.