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Bourne Primary School

Bourne Primary School

01895 462359

 

Hi Reception!

Hope you have had a lovely weekend and enjoyed the sunshine!

It's the last week of learning from home!

  Learning will be posted here daily for you to support your child with. Any written tasks that are set can be completed in a notebook. If you would like a lined book to write in, squared book for maths or plain book for drawings/ mark making, please contact the school office who can arrange for you to come and collect. Remember to upload photos of your completed learning to Learning Book (see the link below). Under the current circumstances, Learning Book will be the only way for us to track progress and development so please ensure you are engaging with it daily. 

Thank you to those who have consistently shared your learning from home on the Learning Book.  It has been so great to see  you engaging in the activities and making a fantastic effort-Well done! 

It's the last week of learning from home and I'm so excited to see you all and be back in the classroom. Before then I hope to catch up with you all by phone to see how you are doing.

Hope you are all well and I look forward to seeing you on Monday 8th March.

Miss Malcolm

                 

Click on the tab below. Pick a card and read the descriptive clue to identify the traditional tale.

Name That Story Game

 

Our topic this term is 'The Great Outdoors'

This week we will be looking the story: The Enormous Turnip. This is a story about a farmer, his really huge turnip and teamwork.

Click here to view the story below.

 

 

 

Topic activity:  Have a go at making some story sequencing cards of what happened in 'The Enormous Turnip' and carefully cut them out and put them in the right order. You can use them to help you write your own version of the story but with your own choice of characters and vegetables. Encourage your child to think of a wide range of vocabulary for 'enormous'.

Parents/carers: When you ask your child to write at this early stage of writing we do not expect words to be correctly spelt but we do encourage children to say the sounds they hear in words the write the letters to match the sound.

Fine Motor Skills: Ideas for home learning

Use this video to help you develop your fine motor skills. This will help you with your handwriting.

fine motor skills challenge cards

more fine motor skills activity cards

 

Here's something fun for you to do at home. Click below to view the recipe!

Crumpet pizza

 

Daily Learning 

Click on the tabs below to view all of the Set 2 sounds

Thursday 21st Jan: 'oy' sound

Wednesday 20th Jan: 'ou' sound

Tuesday 19th Jan: 'ir' sound

Monday 18th Jan: 'air' sound

Friday 15th Jan: 'or' sound

Thursday 14th Jan: 'ar' sound 

Updated : Wednesday 13th Jan: 'oo' (look at a book) sound

Wednesday 13th Jan: 'oo' (look at a book)  sound

Tuesday 12th Jan: 'oo' sound

Monday 11th Jan: 'ow' sound

Friday 8th Jan: 'igh' sound

Thursday 7th Jan: 'ee' sound

Wednesday 6th Jan: 'ay' sound

Here are some fun ways to remember Set 1, 2 and 3 sounds

Set 1 and 2 sounds

Set 3 sounds

Children who were reading Green Book 10: Stitch the witch will be reading non fiction book 1: Hands 

Please read Green book 'Hands' and complete the handwriting focus task activities below. 

Please upload RWI learning to the Learning Book

 Hands- Non fiction book 1

Previous Green book:

Stitch the witch- Green book 10

Pip's pizza-Green book 9

 The web-Green book 8 

 Chips- Green book 7

Tug, tug- Green book 6

Black Hat Bob- Green book 5 

The Spell- Green book 4

Six Fish- Green book 3 

My dog Ned- Green book 2

On the bus- Green book 1 

Children who were reading Non fiction book 3 -Let's go!, you will be reading Non fiction Green book 4: What am I?

Please read Green book 'What am I?' everyday before completing the following activities:

Tuesday 2nd March- Please read 'What am I?' story and complete Hold the sentence task.

Wednesday 3rd March- Please read 'What am I?' story and complete Proof read task.

Thursday 4th and Friday 5th March- Please read 'What am I?' story and complete Writing task.

Please upload RWI learning to the Learning Book

What am I?- Non fiction book 4

Click on the tab below to view the sounds you will be focussing on. 

RWI handwriting  

Please upload RWI learning to the Learning Book

Previous Green books:

Let's go!- Non fiction book 3

We can all swim-Non fiction book 2

 Hands- Non fiction book 1

 Please do  to use the Learning book App/Website to upload photographs (even if it's not related to the theme that has been set for this particular week). 

 

This week your daily learning for maths is on ' Doubling and halving'.   

Click on the image below to view today's maths lesson- Applying understanding of doubling and halving.

 

Have a go at these maths home learning challenges!

 

 

 

Visit the BBC Bitesize and Topmarks website for some fun extra maths activities!

 

                 

 

Click on the Oxford Owl icon to access the free eBook library for extra reading.

 

 

You can also have a go at these fun free reading games. Click on the icon below.

 

Visit these links to have a go at some games from the CBeebies website. 

      

   

 

 

P.E with Joe Wicks is back! Click on the tab below to join in with the fun exercises!

P.E with Joe Wicks

Join in with Cosmic Yoga for kids

Cosmic Kids Yoga

 

Get moving and dance to endless amounts of familiar songs on GoNoodle- Sign up for free! 


Here are some free PSHE home learning activities for you to have a go at. Click on the tab below.

Sending Us Your Learning

We love to see how you're getting on with your home learning so please keep using the Learning Book app/website (linked above). You could also ask the teacher for some help if you're finding something tricky!  

Send your question to admin@bourne.hillingdon.sch.uk; make it clear which teacher the question is for and it will get to us.