Lockdown Learning

English, Maths and phonic lessons will be uploaded onto Seesaw each day with accompanying videos and activities. One RE lesson will also be uploaded onto this platform each week that is expected to be completed. 

Here you will find a topic web for World Book Week.  These webs are designed to provide additional learning activities, alongside our core learning on Seesaw.  They are designed with the idea that one activity on the web can be completed each day, should you wish to. 

If you are completing the topic work could you please upload a photo or a video onto Tapestry so that we can add it to your child’s profile.

 

 Below you will find a section with useful links that will support the learning in all areas.

Other useful information for home learning

Here you can find other websites and documents that will be helpful in providing support for your child in all areas of their home learning.

We have sent home login’s for Bug Club. Please login to this daily and complete the quizzes once your child has read the book. There is no need to upload this onto Seesaw as we can see what books the children are reading.

You have been given a login for Education city where you will find activities to accompany the topic work and additional English and Math's work.

You have also received a login for Purple Mash so that the children can complete ICT activities online. If you need any support with your child's log in details, please contact reception@st-michaels-penkridge.staffs.sch.uk

 

Additional resources;

Maths; Please practice recognising and writing number up to 10;  

Number formation rhyme ; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ii202RoEd8 

There are free numberblocks resources on twinkl; https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/numberblocks-0-20-visual-number-line-display-banner-t-m-32708 

 

Phonics;

Tricky words, please practice recognising and writing these. There is a word mat attached. I have also Attached a phonics sound mat for phase 2 and phase three. Please get your children to read these sounds and then you say them and the children write them. It is also important that they can recognise these sounds in words so write a word containing one of the sounds and ask your child to highlight/circle the phoneme (sound)

Useful weblinks; Use these links to practice sounds taught in phonics lessons. 

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ This is free to use just use the log in on the home page. 

Use YouTube to watch jolly phonics songs to support their learning. 

 

Topic Web
This week our Topic work is focusing on The author A.A.Milne I have attached our topic web and resources below. Please select an activity to complete each day. Please note, you will require some resources for some of the activities such as junk modelling, baking etc
 
Don't forget  to read everyday, you can access all of our on-line books via BugClub. 
Please practise name writing and letter formation daily. You can do this via Letterjoin.