EYFS Home Learning
Talk for Writing
We are currently learning the story "We're Going on a Bear Hunt" by Michael Rosen. We have adapted it slightly to make it a bit shorter and easier to retell. Below, you can find a story map and the text for our shortened version.
* practise retelling the story.
* draw your own story map.
* draw, paint, collage or make a model of the settings or characters.
* think about how you could make changes to the story.
This term we have begun to learn the sounds that different letters make. These are the letters and sounds we will be learning in the next few weeks.
W.b. 23rd November - o, c, k
W.b. 30th November - k, ck, e
W.b. 7th December - u, r, h
W.b. 14th December - h, b, f
The link below takes you to a video showing the correct pronunciation of sounds.
The documents below will give you lots of ideas for developing your reading and writing skills using these letters and sounds.
This term we are focusing on exploring numbers 6 to 10. The document below gives some ideas of activities you could do at home to support this and shows some of the images and resources we will be using in school.
Talk for Writing
In school, we are currently focusing on retelling and then innovating nursery rhymes. At home, it would be helpful to sing Nursery Rhymes with your child. The document below allows you to quickly and easily access YouTube videos for a selection of songs and rhymes.
This term we are focusing on listening skills, including developing awareness of rhyme and listening for the sounds in words. At home, you could encourage your child to listen for rhyme in stories and nursery rhymes. You could also play I Spy, but use the sounds rather than the letter names. The link below takes you to a video showing the correct pronunciation of sounds.
Your child might also enjoy the Phase 1 Phonics games from Phonics Play.
This term we will be focusing on exploring numbers 1 to 5. The document below gives some ideas of activities you could do at home to support this and shows some of the images and resources we will be using in school.
Helpful Website Links
The Oak National Academy website has a wide selection of lessons available. You can access the lessons for EYFS here
Topmarks is a great website for maths activities and can be accessed here
Phonics Play has many useful phonics games and can be accessed here
Oxford Owl gives access to a wide range of reading books and can be accessed here