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                      Welcome to Reception

 

Reading with Read Write Inc and Oxford Reading Tree.

To help your child with their reading please log into Oxford Owl using the following the link which can be found below.

Use the following username and password.

Username: mapleeyfs

Password: reception

Select ‘ Read Write Inc e Book library’ and select a level relevant to your child’s ability.

We would suggest those children who are currently reading ditties use ‘ditties and red books’.

For those children who are practising blending sounds we suggest that they begin to read the ditties.

All children can access reading books by clicking on ‘Oxford Owl e Book library’.

Books found here can be either read by children or shared with an adult or older sibling.

Happy reading everyone!

 

 

List of useful websites

Here are a list of useful websites to support learning.

  • Phonics song  Phonics song - this really supports children to practice their initial sounds! 
  • Oxford Owl Free E-books to access if you sign up.
  • Cosmic Yoga Yoga and movement -  There are lots to choose from to help you relax.
  • Nursery rhymes Nursery rhymes and songs for your child to learn and join in with.
  • Alphablocks  Alphablocks is a fun way to look at letters and sounds.
  • Numberblocks All Numberblock programs and number games. This link also shows some great ideas of activities you can support your child with.
  • Crickweb Lots of free math's and phonics games, including, Initial sounds, colours, compare and order, counting, matching and mouse skills and number recognition.
  • Topmarks Lots of free interactive math's games to help support children's counting and number recognition.
  • Education.com Rhyming word games. Hearing rhyming words helps to build key phonic skills. (free sign up to access activities)

Daily timetable for Reception (Please use this as a guide to support your child’s learning)

Morning

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4

5

*Sing the days of the week song and record the day and date.

*Look at the weather outside and discuss what your child can see.

*Counting to 20+.

*Counting to a given number up to 20 remembering to stop counting when they arrive at that number.

*Number recognition using flashcards up to 20+ dependent on your child’s ability.

*Talk about what they are going to be learning about today.

Learning through play both indoors and outdoors.

 

During this time children can choose a set activity to complete, ideally this would be the weekly focused Literacy activity and the daily Maths activity.

RWI session using the video link provided in the weekly planning.

Playtime outdoors if available.

During this time you can also include the Joe Wicks daily workout or a Lets Dance activity which are both available on You Tube.

Story session.

 

Children can use this time to watch our daily story session or share books they have at home.

Please encourage your child to talk about the story and ask them key questions linked to the story.

Don’t forget to look at information books too!

Afternoon

Complete activities over the week, which are linked to our topic, as well as learning through play both indoors and outdoors.

 

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