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Friday 22nd May

Good afternoon Reception Class.  I am so proud of how hard you have worked with your home learning.  As always, it has brightened my day when I see pictures of you and the work you have completed.  I will be back here with home learning from Tuesday 2nd June.  I hope that you all have a fabulous half term and enjoy spending some time with your families outdoors.  Take care and I hope to see you all soon.smiley


Our virtual Star of the Week this week is Pippa.  Well done for all of your fabulous hard work.  Unfortunately, the video you sent me is too large to attach on the website but myself and Miss Nuttall loved listening to you read the story to Immy.  Well done Pippa!

Well done all of you!

Beautiful work Pippa.
I can't wait to see how they grow!
Lovely work Ruby.
A lovely letter to everyone in class from Olivia A
A sorry letter to Goldilocks from Olivia
Great work Ruby
Wow, you followed them up to 158!

Good morning Reception Class.  I hope that you are all well and have enjoyed your home learning this week.  The last traditional tale we will be looking at this week is Goldilocks and the three bears.



Read and enjoy the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears: or you may have your own version to share together. Watch again. Pause the reading at key points in the story and ask your child: What happened next? Key points might include: just before Goldilocks eats Baby Bear’s porridge; before she breaks Baby Bear’s chair and before she falls asleep in Baby Bear’s bed. How do you think the three bears felt when they saw everything that Goldilocks had done? How might Goldilocks have felt when she got home and thought about her behaviour? Can you write a letter from Goldilocks to the three bears to say sorry? Remember to use your phonics to help with your sounding out and spelling. Perhaps today’s activities could coincide with everyone in the house having porridge for breakfast. Maybe someone’s could be too hot, etc.


Have a go at the 'Cross it Out' game following Year 1 instructions and adapt to your child's ability.


Use your hand to measure similar items like beds, chairs, windows.  Can you find big, medium and small sized ones.  How many hands wide is your bed compared to your parent or carers bed?