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EYFS - May 22nd 2020

Please note this is a guide of what children will be doing in school, there is no requirement for all of these tasks to be completed each day! Timings are just a guide, do what suits you and your child each day.

Learning Timetable

Duration:

 

10 minutes

Handwriting Practise

Use your best handwriting to write today’s date. Remember a capital letter for Friday and May.

30 minutes

Understanding of the World

This week has been ’British Sandwich week’.

Can you prepare your own sandwich for lunch today?

Adults you may want to read some sandwich facts here!

Click here

1 hour

Maths

Practice you mental maths skill.

Can you count to 20 and back?

Can you count in steps of 2

Can you recall some ‘Odd Oscar’ numbers? Some ‘Even Steven’ numbers?

Play the game attached here with an adult. You will need a dice and a pencil. I’ve attached a template here for a dice for you to use if you haven’t got any.

Break

20 minutes

Phonics

Online DFE approved phonics lessons, if you want to top up phonics skills whilst you work. Click here to access

or:

Mrs Allard/Mrs Whitehouse  -

Revise the er sound. Print the roll and read the activity attached here. We play this is phonics. Time how fast you can go, how many times you can roll and read in 1 minute?

Mrs Deakin-Smith/Miss Newton/Mrs Miles groups: -

Watch Mrs Jones video sent on Twitter

Watch Letters and Sounds Phase 3 PowerPoint.

What digraphs are in the following words - feet, bee, tree, fight, light, Wright, boat, coat, float?

 

1 hour

English:

Can you draw and write a sentence about the sandwich you made?

Or design an amazing sandwich with as many fillings as you can add! Use the attached sheet here if you would like,  or make it 3D with junk!!

Lunch Break

20 minutes

Exercise:

I’ve used this with the children in school. Free to join for parents and some great PE activities.

click here to register for free.

Break

1 hour

Child Initiated Time

choose an activity from the suggestions below or play something you really want to:

  • Make a baby book. Ask an adult to help make a book of pictures from when you were a baby to now.
  • Choose your favourite animal. Can you use the Internet (with an adult) to find out some key facts about how they grow and change?
  • Have a picnic with your favourite dolls/toys.
  • Collect shoes/clothes form the people in your house. Can you put them in size order?
  • Do some dressing up! Ask an adult or and older brother and sister if you can try on some of their clothes!
  • Make a mask of people who help us to use in your play. use the pdf templates provided. Lots to choose from so don’t print them all!

5 minutes

Relax and reflect.

Enjoy listening to one of Mrs Whitehouse’s favourite stories. Have a lovely weekend.