Menu

Glebelands Primary School

Stimulating Young Minds

Translate
Search

EYFS home Learning Page

Happy summer holidays, everyone!

 

Well done for all of the work you have done this term, completing activities around our weekly stories, daily challenges and all of the other things you have been busy with at home. Thanks for all of the photos, messages and kind words you have sent us. We’ve missed you and we’re sorry we weren’t all able to come back to school this term.

 

We know that some of you will want to continue with some home learning over the summer so below are a few useful websites to help with this. We ask that as an absolute minimum, you keep reading regularly (sharing stories together, spotting sight words and for children going into Year 1, reading the words themselves) as this will help them a great deal when they return in September. In addition to this, keep reciting numbers to 20 and back, trying to look out for and read different numerals when you’re out and about, and practise accurate counting of objects - little and often.  We will also leave all of the home learning plans on the website for you to access and revisit as you wish and any daily challenges that you’ve missed will also still be available on Class Dojo.

 

Take care, stay safe and have a wonderful summer.

 

With warmest wishes,

 

Mrs Williams, Mrs Savage, Mrs Hobson and all the team.

Nursery transition sheets

Choose one of these sheets to complete. The children could draw pictures of their ideas for each section, which you could label, or you could write your child's ideas down for them, in their own words. 

Reception transition sheets

Children could complete both of these sheets. They could use a mixture of pictures, words and simple sentences. 

The Snail and the Whale Home Learning w/c 6.7.20

Some additional craft activities linked the the story

Oliver's Vegetables Home Learning w/c 29.6.20

I Want to be a Pirate Home Learning w/c 22.6.20

Ten Little Pirates Home learning w/c15.6.20

Pirates Love Underpants Home Learning w/c 8.6.20

Oi Frog Home Learning w/c 1.6.20

                           Sight words

Remember to just See the word and say the word (no sounding out).

 

Nursery

 

mum

dad

the

I

to

is

a

said

and

in

 

Reception

The words in blue are the ones we would like all children to be able to spell correctly when they write them.

the

and

a

to

said

in

he

she

it

was

is

they

on

of

you

for

at

his

but

that

with

all

we

can

are

up

had

my

her

like

go

mum

look

dad

come

here

there

this

went

be

see

no

am

yes

going

 

 

 

 

Pre-cursive letter formation

 

School Awards

Top