Your adults can check out the lessons I have ready for you, and to find information about planned Zoom meetings. Also, further down, you'll find additional resources grown-ups can use to help you.
THE DAILY PLAN: (Monday to Friday)
08.45: 1st Zoom call: Registration and
Plan for the Day. English or Maths
Fantastic phonics learning tasks
Join us on Zoom if you can
11.45- 2nd Zoom call:
Story time, shared reading, reading skills
Singing and Signing
(Zooms will last 20 - 30 minutes)
Fri - No Zoom calls. I will be looking through your work and marking.
Middle of the Day:
- Complete your English or Maths and phonics tasks
- Reception children practise reading your tricky words.
- Nursery and Reception, practise writing your name with your
- Check out the additional learning links lower down this page.
Also, remember that you need to send me evidence that you have completed the tasks. Use the ClassDojo Portfolio on your pupil account to upload photos, drawings, text files etc. Use your green home learning book to keep your tasks in. This will need to be brought into school once lockdown ends.
Adults: You can access your child's account using your app and changing to your child's avatar in the drop-down menu.
Alternatively, scan the QR code just below here.
If neither of these options work, as a last resort please message me on Class Dojo and I will send you a direct link.
Today we are going to learn the new words, first, next, then and last and use them to describe when we do activities.
Learn the months of the year song.
Complete the learning activities and phonics lessons on the'What are my tasks today' button (Nursery phase 1, Reception Phase 3).
Make your own visual timetable to use at home.
There will be no zoom calls today.
Knowledge and Understanding of the World
All families are different. In this set of lessons, you will learn all about our families. We learn how our families are related to us and acknowledge that all families are different. We end the lesson by drawing a picture of our family. You can extend this lesson by developing your technology skills and taking family photos (with your parent or carer present to help you).