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Welcome to EYFS. To support your child's learning, we have collated a range of learning tasks your child can access with and without parental support. If you do not have access to a printer, you can just view the documents and write notes. There is no requirement to print!

In addition to the learning tasks below, there are a number of education websites and online education providers that are offering a wide range of free learning resources across all subjects and age ranges, including https://www.twinkl.co.uk/https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach and https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/school-closure-resources/?region=uk

Weekly activities to do at home

These documents provide you with broad range of activities you can can do at home with your child(ren) with links to external learning resources.  Choose up to 5 Literacy, 5 Maths, and 5 Topic activities over the whole week. We do not expect your child to focus on each task for more than 20 minutes without a break to rest or play. Feel free to revise activities from previous weeks (see links below). 

Week Commencing 6th July 2020 

Topic

Topic activities for week

commencing 6th July

Sun, Sea, and Sand Safety

Poster Template

Literacy

Literacy activities for week

commencing 6th July

Phonics Ph3 Common Exception Words

Bingo Boards

Phonics Ph3 Common Exception

Word cards for Bingo

Look, Cover, Write, Check -

Ph3 Common Exception Words

Pattern making & letter formation

Letter Join is an online tool which can model and support your child's  handwriting development. Children can trace patterns and letters on a tablet or iPad.

Download this guide for steps to access Letter Join from a computer, tablet or iPad at home.

There are lots of fun practical activities you can do at home for 5-10 minutes that will really help develop the muscles needed for handwriting.

 

                       

 

 

Here are some suggestions from Mrs Wilsdon for both classes to try.

We hope you enjoy them and start to see an improvement in pencil control after several sessions.

Activities for a Healthy, Calm, and Happy Mind

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There are many different ways you can calm your mind, give your concentration a boost, or help yourself have a more positive day.

 

 

Here are some suggestions from Mrs Dupuy for both classes to try.

For more ideas, click on the images to the left and have fun!

 

We hope you enjoy doing them and feel better afterwards.

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Resources from previous weeks

Topic - Land Ahoy

Maths Activities for Week

Commencing 29th June

I Spy Jungle Animals and Additions

- Answers

Topic Activities for Week Commencing 8th June

Maths Activities for Week Commencing 8th June

Literacy Activities for Week Commencing 8th June

Topic activities for week commencing 1st June

Maths activities for week commencing 1st June

Literacy activities for week commencing 1st June

Topic - Long Long Ago

Topic Activities Week commencing 18th May

Literacy Activities Week commencing 18th May

Maths Activities Week commencing 18th May

Topic activities Week commencing 11th May

Literacy Activities Week commencing 11th May

Maths activities Week commencing 11th May

Topic Activities for week commencing 4th May 

Literacy Activities for week commencing 4th May 

Maths Activities  for week commencing 4th May 

Home learning tasks 20th April

Literacy tasks 20th April

Maths tasks 20th April

Dinosaur Dance Fitness Routine

Spring Hunt

Mini Beast Hunt

Eye Spy

Playdough 

Phase 3 Common Exception Words

Phase 3 High Frequency Words

Phase 2 Common Exception Words

Phase 2 High Frequency Words

Addition Frame

Counting in 5's

100 Square

Other learning & development activities

Whilst schools  are closed, phonics play are offering free access to parents & carers. This is a great site to support your child's Literacy development.

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There are a wide range of activities you can do with your children at home, including hide and seek & baking!

Here's a few external websites sites with ideas...

https://hungrylittleminds.campaign.gov.uk/

https://www.northshoremums.com.au/fun-home-activities-with-kids

https://www.123homeschool4me.com/101-fun-things-to-do-in-covid-19-isolation/

Whilst schools are closed, Real PE, which we follow as a school, are offering free access to home PE activities.

The website address is: home.jasmineactive.com 
Parent email: parent@southmeadp-1.com
Password: southmeadp

 

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