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stanton

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WELCOME TO

STANTON PRIMARY SCHOOL

Welcome to our website!

We are a small village school set in large grounds with super children, friendly staff and supportive parents and governors!

Our school ethos is to create a safe, caring, happy and stimulating learning environment where everyone feels valued and included in our school family. Our school motto 'We can... We will!' highlights our drive to aim for personal excellence in all we do!

Our committed staff provide an environment where individual needs are met to enable all our children to achieve their full potential and equip them with life skills necessary to prepare them for their future... And for them to leave each day with a smile on their face!

If you would like to book an appointment t come and look at our school in action, please ring to book an appointment.

Thank you for visiting!

Mrs Carla Norris (Headteacher)

Hedgehog Class

Week commencing: 06/07/2020

Good morning Hedgehogs!  I hope that you have all had a lovely week and enjoyed your learning activities. From what I hear those of you who have been in school have been having a lovely time and those of you who have been at home have been working super hard! It is lovely to see so many photos of your smiling faces! I hope that you are all keeping safe and well and look forward to hearing from you all this week.

Please do not hesitate to email me if you have any questions or if I can help with your home learning in any way :) My email is sbunniss1@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk

For any of you who missed the message on Tapestry - as we are coming to the end of the academic year your child’s account will be made inactive the week commencing 13th July. This will mean that you can no longer add to your child’s profile. You have 1 of 2 options. Option 1: I can download your child’s Learning Journey as a pdf document and email it across to you (if you choose this option please confirm your email address with me). Option 2: you can wait until we are back to school and I can print their journal for you. Please could you let me know by Friday 10th July which option you would prefer? If I do not hear from you I will assume that you do not want either an electronic version or a hard copy of your child’s Learning Journey. Many thanks :)

Maths:
This week we are going to do some work on measure. Please complete the following tasks during the week:

English
We are continuing with pirates and our book for the next few week is The Night Pirates.    

Click here to watch the story being read.
Version 1.
Version 2.

  • Complete the If I were a pirate worksheet.
    Click here for worksheet.

  • Complete the pirate writing activity sheet. Remember to write in full sentences and use capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.
    Click here for worksheet.

  • Practise your phonics – we have learned all of the letters of the alphabet plus qu, ch, th, ng, ai, ee, igh, oa, oo, ar, or, ur, ow, oi. This week I would like you to consolidate your learning on digraphs. Practise all of the digraphs above and complete the following worksheet. The worksheet will help you to practice reading phase 3 tricky words.
    Click here for worksheet.


There are lots of games on phonics play and phonics bloom.
https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/

https://www.phonicsbloom.com/

Topic

  • For Science this week see if you can find a material that would make your pirate ship waterproof.

Click here for instructions.

  • Make your own treasure map for the pirates.

Click here for template.

Additional Websites and Activities

Derbyshire School Games Organisation Network (who are involved in our P.E. lessons) are now creating a weekly programme of activities to help us to support you to maintain an active routine for your children whilst at home.

Please click here to find this week’s resource.

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Week commencing: 29/06/2020

Hi, Hedgehogs. I hope that you have all had a lovely week. It looks like you have all been enjoying the nice weather as well as working hard. Thank you for sending me lots of photos last week. I miss you all so very much so it is lovely to see photos of what you have been up to. I hope that you are all keeping safe and well and look forward to hearing from you all this week.

 

Please do not hesitate to email me if you have any questions or if I can help with your home learning in any way and if you are struggling with Tapestry please feel free to email me your photos showing us what you have been getting up to at home J My email is sbunniss1@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk

Please note that I will be putting a message on Tapestry about our end of year procedures. As we are fast approaching the end of the academic year Tapestry accounts will be made inactive over the coming weeks.

Maths:
This week we are going to continue with shape and space. This week we will be focusing our learning around 3D shapes.

Watch the following video to find out about 3D shapes.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zps34wx

Then please complete the following tasks during the week:

  • Lots of you enjoyed the colour by shape sheets so this week please complete these colour by 3D shape ones.
    Worksheet 1.
    Worksheet 2.
  • Complete the 3D shape workbook.
    Click here for workbook.

  • Go on a 3d Shape hunt around your house. How many different shapes can you find?
    Click here for the worksheets.

  • Continue to practise counting forwards and backwards to 20, saying the number that is one more and one less than a given number to 20, number recognition of numbers 0-20, adding and taking away. These are all important skills for when you are in Year 1 next year.

English
This week we are moving on from Rainbow Fish. We are going to focus the next few weeks around pirates. Our school year should have finished with a pirate topic day so we are going to do lots of fun things around pirates at home instead J   

Click here to watch the story being read.
Version 1.
Version 2.
 

  • Design your own wanted pirate poster. 
    Click here for a poster template.

  • 'Quiet as mice' is a simile. Can you find any more similes in this book? Can you make up your own similes?

  • Practise your phonics – we have learned all of the letters of the alphabet plus qu, ch, th, ng, ai, ee, igh, oa, oo, ar, or, ur, ow, oi. This week I would like you to consolidate your learning on digraphs. Practise all of the digraphs above and complete the following worksheet.
    Worksheet 1.
    Worksheet 2.
    Worksheet 3. 

There are lots of games on phonics play and phonics bloom.
https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/

https://www.phonicsbloom.com/

Topic

Additional Websites and Activities

Don’t forget about our Joyful June calendar and the 30 Days Wild activities. Both of these finish tomorrow. 

Derbyshire School Games Organisation Network (who are involved in our P.E. lessons) are now creating a weekly programme of activities to help us to support you to maintain an active routine for your children whilst at home.

Please click here to find this week’s resource.

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Week commencing: 22/06/2020

Good Morning Hedgehogs. I hope that you have all had a lovely weekend (and that your Daddy’s got spoiled!). Thank you for sending me lots of photos last week. You are working so hard at home and Mrs Bourne and I are very proud of each and every one of you! I hope that you are all keeping safe and well and I look forward to hearing from you all this week.

Please do not hesitate to email me if you have any questions or if I can help with your home learning in any way and if you are struggling with Tapestry please feel free to email me your photos showing us what you have been getting up to at home. My email is sbunniss1@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk

Maths:
This week we are going to continue with shape and space. Please complete the following tasks during the week:

  • Go on a stick hunt – collect lots of different sticks and then see what shapes you can make with them.

  • Play guess my rule but only with 2D shapes this week. Instructions below.
    Click here for instructions.

English
We are continuing to base our English work around The Rainbow Fish story.

Click here to watch the story being read.

Click here to watch the animated version of the story.

  • Last week you created your own rainbow character and told me what they were going to be able to give to their friends. This week I would like you to write a story about your rainbow character. If you would rather tell your story to a grown up and ask them to write it down that is fine too :)

  • This week is our last week on The Rainbow Fish so I would like you to write down as many things as you can about rainbow fish. Remember to write in sentences and use capital letters and full stops.

  • Practise your phonics – we have learned all of the letters of the alphabet plus qu, ch, th, ng, ai, ee, igh, oa, oo, ar, or, ur, ow, oi. This week I would like you to consolidate your learning on digraphs. Practise all of the digraphs above and complete the following worksheet.
    Click here for I spy worksheet 1.
    Click here for I spy worksheet 2.
    Click here for I spy worksheet 3.
    Click here for I spy worksheet 4.

There are lots of games on phonics play and phonics bloom.
https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/

https://www.phonicsbloom.com/

Topic

Choose 1 or 2 things of this list to complete each week. This week is the last week for these Topic activities. I will be changing them next week when we move on from Rainbow Fish. Maybe you have some other ideas of topic related work that you would like to do at home. Please feel free to be creative and inventive you don’t have to only do the activities on the list.

  • Rainbow fish has sent you a letter! Can you help him?
    Click here for the letter.
    Click here for the template.
  • Complete this Rainbow Fish counting worksheet.
    Click here for the worksheet.
  • Colour in/pain/collage/decorate the characters from the story.
    Click here for pictures of the characters.
  • Complete and then colour/decorate this pencil control worksheet.
    Click here for worksheet.
  • Create a factsheet about a creature that lives under the sea.
  • The rainbow fish gave away his most prized possession, his scales. What is your most prized possession? Draw a picture of it and write a sentence to say why it is special.
  • Make a different rainbow animal. It can be any animal you like. Maybe you would like to paint or even collage it.
  • The Rainbow Fish learnt how to be a good friend. Talk to an adult about the different ways to be a good friend. Maybe you could have a go at writing some of them down or you could ask a grown up to write them down for you.
  • Have a go at some colour mixing to make a Rainbow Fish of your own. What colours did you mix to make green? What colours did you mix to make Purple? Which other colours did you make?
  • Complete the 2Do on Purple Mash and make your own colourful fish.
  • Make and play the rainbow fish game. Roll the dice and colour in the corresponding number on your Rainbow Fish.
    Click here for dice template.
    Click here for Rainbow fish board.
     

Additional Websites and Activities

Don’t forget about our Joyful June calendar and the 30 Days Wild activities.

Derbyshire School Games Organisation Network (who are involved in our P.E. lessons) are now creating a weekly programme of activities to help us to support you to maintain an active routine for your children whilst at home.

Please click here to find this week’s resource.

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Week commencing: 15/06/2020

Good Morning everyone. :) I hope you all had a lovely week and had lots of fun with your learning activities. As always I have loved seeing your photos and videos on Tapestry and through email. I have included some of them below so that you can have a look and see what your friends have been getting up to. Keep up the great work. You are making Mrs Bourne and I very proud! We are both missing you lots and look forward to seeing your smiley faces on the photos we are sent. Have a great week!

Please do not hesitate to email me if you have any questions or if I can help with your home learning in any way and if you are struggling with Tapestry please feel free to email me your photos showing us what you have been getting up to at home. My email is sbunniss1@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk

Maths:
This week we are going to start a with shape and space. Please complete the following tasks during the week:

  • Complete the fish addition and subtraction game on Purple Mash. You will find it in your 2Do’s.

  • Continue to practise counting forwards and backwards to 20, saying the number that is one more and one less than a given number to 20, number recognition of numbers 0-20, adding and taking away. These are all important skills for when you are in Year 1 next year.

English
We are continuing to base our English work around The Rainbow Fish story.

Click here to watch the story being read.

Click here to watch the animated version of the story.

  • Create your own rainbow character. What are they going to give to their friends like rainbow fish gave his scales?

  • What adventures is your character going to go on? Rainbow fish talks to a starfish and then goes to find the octopus. What is going to happen to your character?

N.B. the above activities will form part of next weeks activities.

  • Practise your phonics – we have learned all of the letters of the alphabet plus qu, ch, th, ng, ai, ee, igh, oa, oo, ar, or, ur, ow. This week I would like you to have a go at learning the oi sound (coin). Complete the attached worksheet.
    Click here for worksheet.

There are lots of games on phonics play and phonics bloom.
https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/

https://www.phonicsbloom.com/

Topic

Choose 1 or 2 things of this list to complete each week. Maybe you have some other ideas of topic related work that you would like to do at home. Please feel free to be creative and inventive you don’t have to only do the activities on the list.

  • Rainbow fish has sent you a letter! Can you help him?
    Click here for the letter.
    Click here for the template.
  • Complete this Rainbow Fish counting worksheet.
    Click here for the worksheet.
  • Colour in/pain/collage/decorate the characters from the story.
    Click here for pictures of the characters.
  • Complete and then colour/decorate this pencil control worksheet.
    Click here for worksheet.
  • Create a factsheet about a creature that lives under the sea.
  • The rainbow fish gave away his most prized possession, his scales. What is your most prized possession? Draw a picture of it and write a sentence to say why it is special.
  • Make a different rainbow animal. It can be any animal you like. Maybe you would like to paint or even collage it.
  • The Rainbow Fish learnt how to be a good friend. Talk to an adult about the different ways to be a good friend. Maybe you could have a go at writing some of them down or you could ask a grown up to write them down for you.
  • Have a go at some colour mixing to make a Rainbow Fish of your own. What colours did you mix to make green? What colours did you mix to make Purple? Which other colours did you make?
  • Complete the 2Do on Purple Mash and make your own colourful fish.
  • Make and play the rainbow fish game. Roll the dice and colour in the corresponding number on your Rainbow Fish.
    Click here for dice template.
    Click here for Rainbow fish board.
     

Additional Websites and Activities

Don’t forget about our Joyful June calendar and the 30 Days Wild activities.

 

Derbyshire School Games Organisation Network (who are involved in our P.E. lessons) are now creating a weekly programme of activities to help us to support you to maintain an active routine for your children whilst at home.

Please click here to find this week’s resource.

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Week commencing: 08/06/2020

Good Morning Hedgehogs. :) I hope you all had a good week last week. I know some of you have been in school in our key worker bubble whilst others of you have been enjoying learning at home. I hope that whatever you got up to last week you had lots of fun. It certainly looks like you did from the photos I have been sent by your parents. I have enjoyed looking at them and it is lovely to keep in touch with you via email and on Tapestry. Mrs Bourne and I are missing you all lots!! Keep up the great work we are very proud of you all!

 Have a look at what your friends got up to last week. Some of you did activities from our Joyful June calendar and from the 30 Days Wild Calendar too. It was lovely to see what you got up to as Hudson and I have been doing these at home too!

We are continuing to base our learning around the story of Rainbow Fish this week so I will be continuing to set lots of activities around this book and I am sure you will also continue to find many of your own activities to do too. Please do not hesitate to email me if you have any questions or if I can help with your home learning in any way and if you are struggling with Tapestry please feel free to email me your photos showing us what you have been getting up to at home. My email is sbunniss1@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk

Maths:
This week we are going to start a mini topic on shape and space. Please complete the following tasks during the week:

  • Firstly I would like you to practice your positional language. If you have the book at home read We’re Going on a Bear Hunt or watch it being read by the author using the link below. Talk to a grown up about what positional language the author has used.
    Click here to watch We’re Going on a Bear Hunt.

Once you have done this have a go at using the picture cards to tell an adult where the puppy is and then complete the attached worksheets.
Click here for puppy picture cards.
Click here for positional language worksheet 1.
Click here for positional language worksheet 2.
 

  • Set up an obstacle course in your garden and ask your grown up to guide you round it using positional vocabulary e.g. go over the bridge, go through the tunnel, go around the cones, go between the bricks.

  • Complete the fish counting game on Purple Mash. You will find it in your 2Do’s.

  • Continue to practise counting forwards and backwards to 20, saying the number that is one more and one less than a given number to 20, number recognition of numbers 0-20, adding and taking away. These are all important skills for when you are in Year 1 next year.

English
We are continuing to base our English work around The Rainbow Fish story.

Click here to watch the story being read.

Click here to watch the animated version of the story.

  • Complete the following worksheet and create your own text map for the story.
    Click here for the worksheet.

  • Have a go at sequencing the story and write a caption or a sentence  for each picture.  
    Click here for pictures to sequence.

  • Practise your phonics – we have learned all of the letters of the alphabet plus qu, ch, th, ng, ai, ee, igh, oa, oo, ar, or, ur. This week I would like you to have a go at learning the ow sound (cow). Complete the attached worksheet.
    Click here for worksheet.

There are lots of games on phonics play and phonics bloom.
https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/

https://www.phonicsbloom.com/

Topic

Choose 1 or 2 things of this list to complete each week. Maybe you have some other ideas of topic related work that you would like to do at home. Please feel free to be creative and inventive you don’t have to only do the activities on the list.

  • Rainbow fish has sent you a letter! Can you help him?
    Click here for the letter.
    Click here for the template.
  • Complete this Rainbow Fish counting worksheet.
    Click here for the worksheet.
  • Colour in/pain/collage/decorate the characters from the story.
    Click here for pictures of the characters.
  • Complete and then colour/decorate this pencil control worksheet.
    Click here for worksheet.
  • Create a factsheet about a creature that lives under the sea.
  • The rainbow fish gave away his most prized possession, his scales. What is your most prized possession? Draw a picture of it and write a sentence to say why it is special.
  • Make a different rainbow animal. It can be any animal you like. Maybe you would like to paint or even collage it.
  • The Rainbow Fish learnt how to be a good friend. Talk to an adult about the different ways to be a good friend. Maybe you could have a go at writing some of them down or you could ask a grown up to write them down for you.
  • Have a go at some colour mixing to make a Rainbow Fish of your own. What colours did you mix to make green? What colours did you mix to make Purple? Which other colours did you make?
  • Complete the 2Do on Purple Mash and make your own colourful fish.
  • Make and play the rainbow fish game. Roll the dice and colour in the corresponding number on your Rainbow Fish.
    Click here for dice template.
    Click here for Rainbow fish board.
     

Additional Websites and Activities

Don’t forget about our Joyful June calendar (observation on Tapestry) and the 30 Days Wild activities (website link below).

 

Derbyshire School Games Organisation Network (who are involved in our P.E. lessons) are now creating a weekly programme of activities to help us to support you to maintain an active routine for your children whilst at home.

Please click here to find this week’s resource.

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Week commencing: 01/06/2020

Hello Hedgehogs and welcome back :) I hope that you all had a lovely half-term. It looks like you have all been enjoying yourselves and spending lots of time outside enjoying the sunshine. Well done to those of you who completed your holiday homework and sent my your book reviews. It is lovely to see you enjoying your reading at home :) Have a look and see what your friends have been up to over the half-term holiday!

Our topic this half-term is Under the Sea (another one of my favourites). I will be setting lots of activities around this theme and I am sure you will also find many of your own activities to do on this topic too. Please do not hesitate to email me if you have any questions and if you are struggling with Tapestry please feel free to email me your photos showing us what you have been getting up to at home :) My email is sbunniss1@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk

Maths:
Please complete the following tasks during the week:

  • This week we are going to focus on time. Can you keep a record of all of the things you do in a day? Use language such as now, before, later, soon, after and next.
    Click here for a diary template that you may like to fill in.

  • See how many different things you can do in 10 seconds (star jumps, clap, hop etc.) How could you record this?
    - Then see how many different things you can do in one minute (how many beanbags can you throw into a hoop, how many goals can you score, how many times can you run backwards and forwards across your garden etc.) How could you record this? (e.g. put a stone in a bucket each time you score a goal etc.)
  • Make an obstacle course in your garden. What do you do first? What comes next? Can you make picture cards to explain the instructions to your friends/family? Use a timer to see how fast you can complete the obstacle course (ask Mummy or Daddy to time you on their phone). Can you beat your initial time? How will you know you have beaten it? Will the number of minutes go up or down?

  • Continue to practise counting forwards and backwards to 20, saying the number that is one more and one less than a given number to 20, number recognition of numbers 0-20, adding and taking away. These are all important skills for when you are in Year 1 next year.

 

English
This half-term we are focusing on the topic Under the Sea. Our first book is The Rainbow Fish.

Click here to watch the story being read.

Click here to watch the animated version of the story.

(I do apologise I can only find these in American).

  • Complete the following reading comprehension worksheet based on this book.
    Click here for worksheet.

  • Draw a picture of rainbow fish and write a description for him. Remember your capital letters, full stops and finger spaces.
    Click here for a page border for your writing.

  • Practise your phonics – we have learned all of the letters of the alphabet plus qu, ch, sh, th, ng, ai, ee, igh, oa, oo, ar, or, ur. This week I would like you to practise all of the sounds you know. Maybe you could make your own flashcards and see how fast you can get through them all. Maybe you could just choose the ones you are unsure of and practise these (make a list of words with these sounds in etc.) Get creative and really cement your learning around these sounds.

There are lots of games on phonics play and phonics bloom.
https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/

https://www.phonicsbloom.com/

Topic

Choose 1 or 2 things off this list to complete each week. Maybe you have some other ideas of topic related work that you would like to do at home. Please feel free to be creative and inventive you don’t have to only do the activities on the list.

  • Rainbow fish has sent you a letter! Can you help him?
    Click here for the letter.
    Click here for the template.
  • Complete this Rainbow Fish counting worksheet.
    Click here for the worksheet.
  • Colour in/paint/collage/decorate the characters from the story.
    Click here for pictures of the characters.
  • Complete and then colour/decorate this pencil control worksheet.
    Click here for worksheet.
  • Create a factsheet about a creature that lives under the sea.
  • The rainbow fish gave away his most prized possession, his scales. What is your most prized possession? Draw a picture of it and write a sentence to say why it is special.
  • Make a different rainbow animal. It can be any animal you like. Maybe you would like to paint or even collage it.
  • The Rainbow Fish learnt how to be a good friend. Talk to an adult about the different ways to be a good friend. Maybe you could have a go at writing some of them down or you could ask a grown up to write them down for you.
  • Have a go at some colour mixing to make a Rainbow Fish of your own. What colours did you mix to make green? What colours did you mix to make Purple? Which other colours did you make?
    Click here for a Rainbow Fish template. 
  • Complete the 2Do on Purple Mash and make your own colourful fish.
  • Make and play the rainbow fish game. Roll the dice and colour in the corresponding number on your Rainbow Fish.
    Click here for dice template.
    Click here for Rainbow fish board.

     

Additional Websites and Activities

There are lots of Rainbow Fish activities on Twinkl. Many of them free.

Click here.

 

There are also some lovely activities on this Rainbow Fish website.
Click here.

 

The Wildlife Trust's 30 Days Wild starts today :) Hudson and I will be doing it from home. Hope you will join in too. I look forward to seeing what you get up to :) 

More information can be found here. 

Derbyshire School Games Organisation Network (who are involved in our P.E. lessons) are now creating a weekly programme of activities to help us to support you to maintain an active routine for your children whilst at home.

Please click here to find this week’s resource.

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May Half-Term Activities

Happy half-term :) I am so proud of all of the work that you have been doing on minibeasts. It has made me smile so much to see you all engaging with it so much and really enjoying it because it is one of my favourite topics. Have a look below at some of the lovely things your friends have been up to this week. 

Below are some activities for you to complete during half-term.  I look forward to seeing what you get up to. Stay safe and have lots of fun – you deserve it! Remember to upload what you have been up to onto Tapestry or you can email me (sbunniss1@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk).

Reading
Read 3 of your own books from home and complete a book review for one of them.

Click here for a book review template.

 

Phonics
Continue to practice your phonics. See if you can make your own flash cards and then ask your parents to time you to see how fast you can do them without making any mistakes :) You have now learned all of the letters of the alphabet plus qu, ch, th, ng, ai, ee, igh, oa, oo, ar, or and ur.
 

Maths
Continue counting forwards and backwards to 20, recognizing numerals 0-20 and saying the number that is one more or one less than a given number up to 20.

 

Additional Websites and Activities

The Wildlife Trust are doing 30 Days Wild beginning on the 1st of June. Sign up here.

https://action.wildlifetrusts.org/page/57739/petition/

 

There are lots of extra reading materials on the Book Trust website. Click here for more information.

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Week commencing: 18/05/2020

Hello Hedgehogs! I hope that you are all safe and well and have enjoyed another great week. You continue to make me so proud. The way you are dealing with all of this amazes me and the work that you are doing at home is fantastic. I am very proud as is Mrs Bourne! We really love to see the things that you have been doing at home and enjoy engaging with you and your parents on Tapestry. There will be some lovely memories for you to look back on. Have a look below at some of the activities your friends have been up to this week.

This week will be our last week on minibeasts. It is lovely to see how many of you have engaged with this topic at home and I have loved seeing all of the wonderful things you have been up to. There are definitely some ideas that I will be pinching when I teach minibeasts next year!

If you have any queries about anything please do not hesitate to contact me. My email is sbunniss1@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk

Maths:
Please complete the following tasks during the week:

  • Play some of these games with your Mummy or Daddy to practise counting to 20 and number recognition of numbers 0-20. 
    Click here.

  • Complete this worksheet and play this game to practise the number that is one more or the number that is one less than a given number up to 20.
    Click here for worksheet.
    Click here for game.

  • Continue to practise counting forwards and backwards to 20 and recognising numerals to 20. How fast can you find numbers 1-20 and make a number line?

  • Numberblocks are great. We use them each time we introduce a new number in school. Episodes and games and activities can be found here. https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/shows/numberblocks
  • This week’s White Rose Maths activities are all based around Superworm this week. Perfect for ending our topic on minibeasts.
    https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/early-years/

English
We are going to continue with our work around the book Mad About Minibeasts. Listen to it being read here.

  • Complete the following 2 reading comprehension worksheets based on this book.
    Worksheet 1.
    Worksheet 2.


  • Pick your favourite minibeast from the book and write a description about it (e.g. Slugs are slimy. Slugs are brown. Slugs are slow.).

  • Practise your phonics – we have learned all of the letters of the alphabet plus qu, ch, th, ng, ai, ee, igh, oa, oo, ar, or.
    If you can use these sounds confidently when reading and writing try learning the ur sound.
    Click here for ar, or, ur worksheet.

There are lots of games on phonics play and phonics bloom.
https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/

https://www.phonicsbloom.com/

Topic

I have loved seeing all of the creative things that you have been up to. This week is your last week for creative minibeast activities. Have you done some off this list? Maybe you have some other ones that you have found that you would like to show me?

  • Go on a bug hunt. What bugs have you found? Can you identify them? There is a minibeast hunt checklist attached feel free to use it but do not feel that you have to.
  • Create the lifecycle of a butterfly.
  • Complete the butterfly lifecycle activities on Purple Mash.
  • Create a minibeast picture out of things you find in your garden (sticks, twigs, leaves etc.)
  • Create a repeating caterpillar pattern using your fingerprints.
  • Make a butterfly using the painting technique where you paint one side of the paper, fold it in half, flatten it and then open it up – is your butterfly symmetrical?
  • Healthy eating – The Very Hungry Caterpillar eats some healthy and some unhealthy foods can you sort them into foods that are healthy and those that aren’t. Talk to you grown up about the importance of healthy eating.
  • Make a fruit salad using the fruit that The Very Hungry Caterpillar eats.
  • Make a fruit kebab using your favourite fruits.

Click here for the Minibeast Hunt Checklist.

Additional Websites and Activities

Derbyshire School Games Organisation Network (who are involved in our P.E. lessons) are now creating a weekly programme of activities to help us to support you to maintain an active routine for your children whilst at home.

Please click here to find this week’s resource.

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Week Commencing: 11/05/2020

Good Morning Hedgehogs! I hope that you are all safe and well and have enjoyed another week of home schooling. You have all been working so hard and I am so proud of you! Thank you for continuing to share all of your learning with me. I really do love seeing what you have been getting up to. Have a great week and remember to stay safe, be kind and most importantly keep smiling :) Have a look below at some of the activities your friends have been up to this week. Lots of you enjoyed joining in with the VE day celebrations which was lovely to see :)

 

This week we are continuing with minibeasts. It is lovely to see how many of you are enjoying this topic. It is one of my favourites! Below are some new activities for you to have a go at. This week we are going to move on from The Very Hungry Caterpillar to our second book of the half-term.

If you have any queries about anything please do not hesitate to contact me. My email is sbunniss1@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk

Maths:
Please complete the following tasks during the week:

English
This week we are going to have a go at listening to some poetry. Our new book is called Mad About Minibeasts. Listen to it being read here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SW-7MgHEZOE

  • Which minibeast poem was your favourite? Draw a picture of your favourite minibeast and write a sentence.

  • See if you can read the sentences about minibeasts and then match the sentence to the correct minibeast. Remember to sound out and blend any words you are unsure of. If you are struggling ask a grown up to sound it out for you.
    Click here for the worksheet.

  • Practise your phonics – we have learned all of the letters of the alphabet plus qu, ch, th, ng, ai, ee, igh, oa, oo, ar.
    If you can use these sounds confidently when reading and writing try learning the or sound.
    Click here for phonics actions sheet  

Below is a phonics video with all of the Jolly Phonics songs that we sing in the classroom.
https://vimeo.com/106231366

Click here for ch, sh, th, ng worksheet.

Click here for ai, ee, igh worksheet.

There are lots of games on phonics play and phonics bloom.
https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/

https://www.phonicsbloom.com/

I have also found a list of Reception high frequency words. If you are needing some more reading material/words for your word pot have a go at these.

Click here for the list of Reception High Frequency Words.

Topic

Pick one of the following activities and send me a picture:

  • Go on a bug hunt. What bugs have you found? Can you identify them? There is a minibeast hunt checklist attached feel free to use it but do not feel that you have to.
  • Create the lifecycle of a butterfly.
  • Complete the butterfly lifecycle activities on Purple Mash.
  • Create a minibeast picture out of things you find in your garden (sticks, twigs, leaves etc.)
  • Create a repeating caterpillar pattern using your fingerprints.
  • Make a butterfly using the painting technique where you paint one side of the paper, fold it in half, flatten it and then open it up – is your butterfly symmetrical?
  • Healthy eating – The Very Hungry Caterpillar eats some healthy and some unhealthy foods can you sort them into foods that are healthy and those that aren’t. Talk to you grown up about the importance of healthy eating.
  • Make a fruit salad using the fruit that The Very Hungry Caterpillar eats.
  • Make a fruit kebab using your favourite fruits.

Click here for the Minibeast Hunt Checklist.

Additional Websites and Activities

Derbyshire School Games Organisation Network (who are involved in our P.E. lessons) are now creating a weekly programme of activities to help us to support you to maintain an active routine for your children whilst at home.

Please click here to find this week’s resource.

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Week Commencing: 04/05/2020

Hi everyone! I hope that you have all had a great week. It certainly looks like you have been enjoying yourselves and working hard too. Thank you for sending me pictures of your wonderful learning and for uploading so many wonderful observations onto Tapestry. I am so impressed with all of the fabulous things that you have been doing and by all of the learning that is taking place. You are all superstars and I am missing you lots! Below are some pictures of the amazing things that you have all been up to. Please keep them coming and keep up the good work it is lovely to see how much you are all learning with your parents at home.

This week we are continuing with minibeasts. It is lovely to see how many of you are enjoying this topic. It is one of my favourites! Below are some new activities for you to have a go at. This week we should have been having a VE day celebration at school. Let me know how you and your families celebrate.

If you have any queries about anything please do not hesitate to contact me. My email is sbunniss1@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk

Maths:

Please complete the following tasks during the week:

  • Complete the caterpillar activity on Purple Mash. Can you colour it in using a 3 colour pattern? How many other patterns can you make this week and out of how many different things? See if you can make me a pattern in the most unusual place or using the most unusual things!
  • Complete the activities attached (this is taken directly from the White Rose planning that we follow in school any problems please let me know). These activities are in preparation for adding by counting on.
    Click here for the activity.
  • Remember to continue practising counting forwards and backwards to 20 and recognising numerals to 20. Don’t forget you can have number hunts round the garden or in the house and then once you have found all of the numbers see if you can make a number line. Ask your parents to time you. How fast can you do it?

This Week’s White Rose Home Learning is all about the Hungry Caterpillar. The website link is below.

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/early-years/

N.B. Please note that the school’s calculation policy has been updated and you can now access it on the website under downloads and then policies. It will give you guidance on how we teach concepts such as addition and subtraction in school. 

English

You have all done some fabulous work on the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Well done!

  • This week I would like you to have a go at finding out some facts about caterpillars and/or butterflies and writing me a leaflet/poster.
  • Complete the attached worksheet by filling in the missing words. Remember to use your phonics to help you spell them. (note for parents. The words do not need to be spelt correctly at this stage it is more important that the children are using their phonic knowledge and sounding out the words they are writing).
    Please click here find the worksheet.
  • Practise your phonics – we have learned all of the letters of the alphabet plus qu, ch, th, ng, ai, ee, igh, oa, oo.
    If you can use these sounds confidently when reading and writing try learning the ar sound – information on the actions etc. is on an observation on Tapestry entitled Phonics.

There are lots of games on phonics play and phonics bloom.

https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/

https://www.phonicsbloom.com/

 Click here for some phonics activity sheets.

Topic

Pick one of the following activities and send us a picture:

  • Go on a bug hunt. What bugs have you found? Can you identify them? There is a minibeast hunt checklist attached feel free to use it but do not feel that you have to.
  • Create the lifecycle of a butterfly.
  • Complete the butterfly lifecycle activities on Purple Mash.
  • Create a minibeast picture out of things you find in your garden (sticks, twigs, leaves etc.)
  • Create a repeating caterpillar pattern using your fingerprints.
  • Make a butterfly using the painting technique where you paint one side of the paper, fold it in half, flatten it and then open it up – is your butterfly symmetrical?
  • Healthy eating – The Very Hungry Caterpillar eats some healthy and some unhealthy foods can you sort them into foods that are healthy and those that aren’t. Talk to you grown up about the importance of healthy eating.
  • Make a fruit salad using the fruit that The Very Hungry Caterpillar eats.
  • Make a fruit kebab using your favourite fruits.

Click here for the Minibeast hunt checklist. 

VE DAY

This week we celebrate 75 years since VE Day. We should have been having a street party at school to celebrate but unfortunately this will no longer be able to happen. Maybe you could have a party at home and wear red, white and blue? I have attached some activities below for you to do as part of your celebrations.

Click here for a poster for your windows.

Click here for a flag to decorate and make.

Click here for some bunting to colour in and make.

There are also some additional activities on Twinkl. See the link below.

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/eyfs-school-closure-ve-day-resource-pack-ages-3-5-t-tp-2549786

 

Additional Websites and Activities

Derbyshire School Games Organisation Network (who are involved in our P.E. lessons) are now creating a weekly programme of activities to help us to support you to maintain an active routine for your children whilst at home.

Please click here to find this week’s resource.

 

I have found some additional website with some lovely work packs etc. on them that may be of use to you.

Julia Donaldson learning packs (this is a topic we did earlier in the year. Our main focus was the Gruffalo but we enjoyed many of Julia Donaldson’s other stories too.)

https://resource-bank.scholastic.co.uk/content/40114

 

We Read Lucy’s Blue Day earlier in the year as part of World Mental Health Day. The Author has released another story about Lucy during lockdown.

https://www.lucysblueday.com/product-page/lucy-s-in-lockdown

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Week Commencing: 27/04/2020

I hope that you have all had a lovely week and been enjoying the sunshine. Lots of you have uploaded observations onto Tapestry or sent me emails with some of the things you have been doing. It is lovely to see the hard work that you are doing and the lovely activities that you have been up to. It makes me so proud to be your teacher and seeing your smiley faces brightens up my day. Below are some pictures of what your friends have been up to :)  We will be continuing with minibeasts this week so below are some new activities for you to have a go at. If you have any queries about anything please do not hesitate to contact me. My email is sbunniss1@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk

Maths:
Please complete the following tasks during the week:

  • Begin to practise counting on ready for more complex addition. Play the game below with a grown up.

I Count, You Count

This is a game which is used to practise counting on from different starting points. Begin by counting as you point to yourself. When you point the your child they continue to count. Examples are set out below:

1, 2,     3, 4,     5, 6,     7,8

1, 2, 3,      4, 5, 6,      7,8,9

3, 4, 5, 6     7,8,9,10

  • Have a go at creating your own 2 and 3 colour/object repeating patterns. You might do this with objects you find in your garden, objects you find around the house or you might colour/draw your patterns.If you have chalk you could draw your patterns outside. Maybe you could draw your own pattern caterpillar with chalk. See how creative you can be :)
  • Ask an adult to make a pattern for you and see if you can tell them what would come next in the pattern. Below are some ideas for your parents:

- 2 colour pattern

- 3 colour pattern

- colour and shape pattern e.g. red circle, blue square, red circle or red circle, red circle, blue square.  

English

  • There were some really lovely diaries for the Hungry Caterpillar last week. Well done. This week can you have a go at drawing a picture from the book and writing a sentence about it? Remember to use your phonic and tricky word knowledge when you are writing. If you would like a challenge have a go at rewriting the story of and drawing your own pictures. Here is a page border you can use as a template. 
  • Can you retell the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar. You could make props to help you such as stick puppets. Ask you parents to video you retelling the story :)
  • Practise your phonics – we have learned all of the letters of the alphabet plus qu, ch, th, ng, ai, ee, igh, oa.
    If you can use these sounds confidently when reading and writing try learning the oo sound – information on the actions etc. is on an observation on Tapestry entitled Phonics.

Topic
Pick one of the following activities and send us a picture:

  • Go on a bug hunt. What bugs have you found? Can you identify them? There is a minibeast hunt checklist attached feel free to use it but do not feel that you have to.
  • Create the lifecycle of a butterfly.
  • Complete the butterfly lifecycle activities on Purple Mash.
  • Create a minibeast picture out of things you find in your garden (sticks, twigs, leaves etc.)
  • Create a repeating caterpillar pattern using your fingerprints.
  • Make a butterfly using the painting technique where you paint one side of the paper, fold it in half, flatten it and then open it up – is your butterfly symmetrical?
  • Healthy eating – The Very Hungry Caterpillar eats some healthy and some unhealthy foods can you sort them into foods that are healthy and those that aren’t. Talk to you grown up about the importance of healthy eating.
  • Make a fruit salad using the fruit that The Very Hungry Caterpillar eats.
  • Make a fruit kebab using your favourite fruits.

 Updates:
Derbyshire School Games Organisation Network (who are involved in our P.E. lessons) are now creating a weekly programme of activities to help us to support you to maintain an active routine for your children whilst at home.

Please click here to find this resource.

 

I have also found a few more websites that may be useful with activity ideas and lessons/videos:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/events/ehfz3d

 

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom

 

This website has some lovely ideas for VE day and if you sign up they send you free resources. We should have been celebrating this day at school so maybe there will be some activities on here that you can do at home in order to create your own celebration.

https://www.artventurers.co.uk/the-big-neighbourhood-v-e-day-family-festival/

 

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Week Commencing: 20/04/2020

I hope that you all had a lovely Easter. We have loved seeing all of your photos. It certainly looks like you have all been enjoying yourselves and working hard. It is lovely to see what you have been up to and the photos brighten up our days :) Thank you to your Mummies and Daddies for sending us lots of photos and uploading lots on Tapestry too. Have a look and see what your friends have been up to!

Our topic this half-term is Minibeasts so I will be setting you lots of activities around this topic. I am sure you will also find many of your own activities to do on this topic too. It is one we always really enjoy. I know that lots of you are missing Welly Wednesday so I have put an observation on Tapestry with some ideas of activities that you can be doing at home to create your own Welly Wednesday. Please do not hesitate to email me if you have any questions and if you are struggling with Tapestry please feel free to email me your photos showing us what you have been getting up to at home. My email is sbunniss1@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk 

Maths:

Please complete the following two tasks during the week.

  • Continue to practise adding, subtracting and counting forwards and backwards to 20. Remember to also practise your number recognition of numbers up to 20. All of these skills are ones that will equip you really well for Year 1.
  • See if you can create a repeating pattern. Complete the attached worksheet. Complete all of the repeating patterns on each caterpillar and then make a pattern on your caterpillar. If you want a challenge see if you can make your repeating pattern out of 3 different colours.

Caterpillar Pattern Worksheet.

  • Play the following games on Topmarks (we use this website lots in the classroom).

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/caterpillar-ordering

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/shape-patterns

English

  • Our key text this half-term is The Very Hungry Caterpillar. If you have this book at home read it with a grown up. I have also found the video on YouTube for you to watch (link below). Once you have watched/read the story see if you can retell it to an adult and then make a diary for the caterpillar telling us what happened on each day. I have attached a sheet that you can use or you can make your own.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75NQK-Sm1YY

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Food Diary 

  • Practise your phonics – we have learned all of the letters of the alphabet plus qu, ch, th, ng, ai, ee, igh.

If you can use these sounds confidently when reading and writing try learning the oa sound – information on the actions etc. is on an observation on Tapestry entitled Phonics.

Topic

Pick one of the following activities and send us a picture:

  • Go on a bug hunt. What bugs have you found? Can you identify them? There is a minibeast hunt checklist attached feel free to use it but do not feel that you have to.
  • Create the lifecycle of a butterfly.
  • Complete the butterfly lifecycle activities on Purple Mash.
  • Create a minibeast picture out of things you find in your garden (sticks, twigs, leaves etc.)
  • Create a repeating caterpillar pattern using your fingerprints.
  • Make a butterfly using the painting technique where you paint one side of the paper, fold it in half, flatten it and then open it up – is your butterfly symmetrical?
  • Healthy eating – The Very Hungry Caterpillar eats some healthy and some unhealthy foods can you sort them into foods that are healthy and those that aren’t. Talk to you grown up about the importance of healthy eating.
  • Make a fruit salad using the fruit that The Very Hungry Caterpillar eats.
  • Make a fruit kebab using your favourite fruits.

Minibeast Hunt Checklist

Websites

I have found some more websites which may be useful.

White Rose (This is the Maths scheme that we follow at school and it has daily activities for the children linked to the EYFS curriculum.)

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/early-years/

 

Twinkl (it has some very useful Maths activity mats, a section on The Very Hungry Caterpillar and a section on minibeasts).

Home learning activities - https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/home-learning-bingo-card-t-tp-2549536

Maths mats - https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/eyfs-maths-summer-term-activity-mats-t-m-31642

The Very Hungry Caterpillar - https://www.twinkl.co.uk/search?term=the+very+hungry+caterpillar

Minibeasts - https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resources/life-processes-and-living-things/animals/minibeasts

 

Ace Early Years (Lots of videos with activity ideas.) http://www.aceearlyyears.com/learning-at-home.html

 

Little Owls Resources (this website has some wonderful minibeast worksheets that are all completely free!) - https://littleowlsresources.com/minibeasts

 

The Muddy Puddles Teacher (has lots of activities and games for taking learning outside. You can sign up for a free account for a month.) - https://themuddypuddleteacher.co.uk/product-category/muddy-parents/

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Easter Homework/Activities

I hope that you all have a super Easter! Below are some activities to do over the next 2 weeks. Remember to upload what you have been up to onto Tapestry or you can email me (sbunniss1@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk). HAPPY EASTER!

Reading
Read 3 of your own books from home and choose 3 of the reading homework activities already in your reading record to complete.

Extreme reading challenge

Read one of the books in an unusual place and send me a photo (this can be done through Tapestry or sent to my email).

Topic

  • Decorate an egg as a character from a story. Send me a photo (this can be done through Tapestry or sent to my email).
  • Choose your favourite story and make a story sack. This might include:
    - Your own version of the book (have a go at making your own book or copy the book that you have chosen. Draw the pictures and ask a grown up to write the words or you could type them on your computer).
    -  Stick puppets
    - A game (pairs, snap, a snakes and ladders style game – see if your grown ups can help you make one that you can play together).
    - Some facts about the story e.g. if you chose the Gruffalo you might write facts about woodland creatures.

Other ideas

I have come across some other useful websites where you will find other Easter activities :)

https://tpet.co.uk/downloads/early-years-eyfs-easter-home-learning-activity-pack-1/

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/search?term=easter

https://www.activityvillage.co.uk/easter

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Look at what we have been up to!

Well done to all of you who have been accessing your learning online and have been working so hard. It has been lovely to see so many of you getting up to so many lovely things as well as taking part in the learning activities I have suggested. Lots of you have been making great use of Tapestry and this is wonderful.  

Your pictures have definitely been brightening my days - thank you for sharing them with me.  Here is just a selection for you all.

Stay safe and keep having lots of fun.  Love Mrs Bunniss x

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Week Commencing: 30/03/2020

I hope you have all had a good week and have stayed safe and well. It has been lovely to see so many of you engaging with Mrs Bourne and I on Tapestry. It is a great platform for us to see what you have been learning at home and I have been adding observations regularly with tips and ideas of things you can be doing/learning whilst you are at home. If anyone is having problems with it please email me (my email is sbunniss1@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk) and I will do all I can to help. If you are unable to use Tapestry please drop me an email with any work etc. that you have been doing at home :) This Week's work is set out below. 

Maths:

Please complete the following two tasks during the week.

  • Begin subtraction. Subtract 2 single-digit number using objects. For example 9 - 5  = ? count out 9 objects, physically take away 5 from the pile and put them somewhere else and then count how many you have left.
  • Continue practising number recognition with numbers to 20, counting forwards and backwards to and from 20. Ask your parents to hide number cards around your house or garden. Shout out what number you have found as your find them and then see if you can put them all in order to make a number line. Put photos of your number hunt on Tapestry.

English

  • Create a profile for your own dragon .
  • give it a name
  • tell me what it looks like (what colour is it? Does it have horn? Has it got a long tail? Etc.)
  • where does it live?
  • what does it eat?

  • Purple Mash 2 Do – Castle captions.

  • Practise your phonics – we have learned all of the letters of the alphabet plus qu, ch, th, ng, ai, ee. (if you can use these sounds confidently when reading and writing try learning the igh sound – information on the actions etc is on an observation on Tapestry entitled Phonics).

Topic

  • Choose one of the activities from our list of things to complete in order to graduate knight school (picture below from last week). Put some photos on Tapestry for us to see how your Knight training is going.

 

 I have also found an additional website that may be useful.

https://hungrylittleminds.campaign.gov.uk/#3

This website has been recommended and highlighted with activities for children to do with parents at home. It also has a very useful list of aps suitable for children that may be helpful for those of you whom have access to tablets or iPads. 

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Week Commencing: 23/03/2020

This week we have been continuing our learning around castles and our Knight School activities. We have been focusing on dragons in our Literacy lessons and addition in our Maths lessons. Have a go at the activities below and show your parents what we have been leaning in the classroom. Please continue to use Tapestry it is a fantastic resource for us all. Upload pictures of the things that you have been up to at home so that we can remain in touch.

Maths:

Please complete the following two tasks during the week.

  • Practise adding 2 single-digit numbers together in as many different ways as you can (in school we have been using our fingers, objects and the part-whole model). There are some games on Education City that we have been playing on the IWB. Beach Holiday and Fruit shop are the 2 games we played last week.
  • Continue practising number recognition with numbers to 20, counting forwards and backwards to and from 20.

English

  • We have been reading a story all about different dragons and designing our own. Create a wanted poster for your dragon. Remember to use your phonic knowledge when writing the words on your poster.
  • Purple Mash 2 Do – Dragon and Knight.
  • Practise your phonics – we have learned all of the letters of the alphabet plus qu, ch, th, ng, ai, ee.

Topic

  • Choose one of the activities from our list of things to complete in order to graduate knight school.

 

If you have any queries about the above learning activities, you can contact me via email for support at:

sbunniss1@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk

 

New work will be posted on the website by midday each Monday except during the official holidays. Please check the website for work updates and remember to use the websites below to access further learning.

 

Remember to use the targets sent home in the parents evening notes. These are essential skills that the children need to use and master by the end of the year. Please do these alongside the tasks set above!

Websites

We have prepared a list of useful websites that you can access from home with free membership during the time your child is off school.

Please use these as an extra learning resource as and when you need to:

Twinkl

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resources/home-early-years/early-years-class-management/school-closure-home-learning-classroom-management-eyfs-early-years

 

Phonics play

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk

username: march20

password: home

 We play lots of the games on this website during our phonics lessons. 

 

Oxford Owl

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/

Make a record of books that you have read in the back of your reading record.

 

Teach Your Monster to Read

https://www.teachyourmonstertoread.com/

We use this regularly on the classroom iPads.

 

Derbyshire Library

https://www.derbyshire.gov.uk/leisure/libraries/ebooks/ebooks-emagazines-and-eaudiobooks.aspx

It is free to sign up and will give you access to lots of online reading materials such as e-books and magazines.

White Rose Maths

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

Ideas for further Maths activities.

 

Classroom Secrets

https://classroomsecrets.co.uk

Additional resources for home learning.

 

100 things to do indoors

https://www.schoolofspreadthehappiness.co.uk/product/100-things-to-do-indoors/

Lovely list of activities to do whilst you are stuck inside :) We do a lot of Shonette's activities in the classroom including dough disco.