Reception Reading Spine
We will be looking at these books in class over the course of the year.
In the Spring term, our topics will be ‘Winter Wonderland’ and then ‘Animal Kingdom’ (please see parent planners at the bottom of this page). ‘
We had a very exciting time bringing our teddies to school for the day. They helped us with our learning and we worked together to set up picnics for them. We decorated plates and enjoyed a special Teddy bear picnic as a class to celebrate.
During the Autumn term, our topic will be Marvellous Me. We will be settling into our new classroom and getting to know all the adults and our new friends. We will begin to think about ourselves and our bodies, families and where we live. We will also think about our sense.
In the second half of the term we will be thinking about Sparkle and Shine. We will be thinking about Christmas. There will be lots of singing, dancing and most importantly, GLITTER! We will learn about the nativity story and why it is so important to Christians.
We had a wonderful visit from the fire service. We learnt about the fire engine and got to take a look inside.
We have enjoyed learning about the Hindu festival of light. We have worked together to create rangoli patterns and diya lamps to celebrate the festival with our friends. Happy Diwali!
Useful websites and apps for home learning to practise what we have been doing in school
Maths games- Topmarks offers a range of games that can be played on a computer.
Phonics games– Phonics Play offers a range of games that can be played on a computer or iPad. It is no longer free for families so please follow the registration details.
Literacy games– Topmarks also offer some literacy games including phonics ones.
Apps that may be useful
White rose maths app- used in and recommended by school
Busy Things app- used in school for independent learning
Teach Your Monster to Read
Wee Kids Maths
Aliens and Numbers