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Tuesday 12th May

Good afternoon Reception Class.  I hope you have all enjoyed your home learning today.  I have seen some fabulous home learning from you again and I am so proud of you!

Look at what your friends have been getting up to - 

Ben busy with home learning!
Ruby is so busy at home this week!
Well done Ruby!
Great work Olivia!
You're a natural Olivia!
Beautiful work Pippa!
Wow, fabulous maths Thomas.  Keep it up.

Good morning Reception Class.  I hope you are all well this morning and ready for a day of home learning!  I saw some more great pictures of all your hard work again.  I have added them, as always to the days learning (Monday's) however, I have received more pictures since then so I have added those here.  Take a look at how well all your friends are getting on.

Today's learning will continue with our farm topic and I have also set challenges on Reading Eggs.  Don't forget to contact me if you need any of your log in details for Mathletics, Purplemash or Reading Eggs.

Literacy and topic

Listen to the song Old Macdonald had a Farm and join in with any verses that you know. Ask your child if there are any animals in the song which are also in the story What the Ladybird Heard. Can they name them? Choose one or two of these animals. Draw and label the animals using phonics knowledge to help spell the words. Write a sentence about your animal if you can. Use some of the video links in the boxes below to find out fun facts about farm animals.

What else is on a farm, apart from animals? Look at the map used in the story and listen to the directions (1:12 – 1:25). What is on the map? Explore some maps of farms online to help you with ideas.



Today's maths is a real challenge. Can you play against your brother or sister or a grown up?  Who will win in this quick thinking game?

More learning from yesterday

Great work Jac!
Great speech bubble Jac!
Lovely work Ruby
Wow, great work!
Lovely Olivia!
What a lovely message Ruby.
Great teamwork boys!
Jac followed instructions from Mummy to make a cak