Letter from Reception staff w/c 4th May
Date: 1st May 2020 @ 11:27am
It has been lovely to see what you have been doing on Tapestry. We have also enjoyed speaking to you all on the phone and confirming you are all safe and well.
We will be uploading new activities for you to do with your child on Tapestry using the memo section on Monday.
This week in Literacy we will be learning about ‘The Enormous Potato’. It is a similar story to last weeks but slightly different. We are going to think of our own characters and vegetable to write our own stories. You could even make your own book if you have power point on your computer.
In Maths this week we are learning about doubles. We will put the same number of dots on each side of a butterfly and then add up the numbers e.g. 5+5=10. We will also learn about symmetry/halving and sharing.
In Science we are planting sunflower seeds and potatoes to see how they grow.
In Art we are going to use anything you have to hand at home to make a 3D flower.
For more details and worksheets see memos on Tapestry. If you are having trouble accessing Tapestry –please contact us for help.
Don’t forget-we as a school subscribe to this website to enable your child to practise making patterns and letters. This can be accessed using a tablet. https://www.letterjoin.co.uk/
RL - User name moldgreen_2 Password rl
RM - User name moldgreen_3 Password rm
We hope you managed to access the phonics on you tube called ‘Letters and sounds at home and school.’
The BBC bitesize phonics is fun and also really useful.
Please use the email below if you would like any support or are having problems with Tapestry.
We look forward to seeing all the fantastic work you do and remember to email us if you need any further help or advice. If you need any work printing out if you ring the school or email us we can arrange for it to be printed and collected.
If your child does good work at home if you email a picture to school it will be put onto a newsletter and shared with the whole school.
These are the class emails for RL and RM.