Reception Planning w/b 18th January 2021
Hi there, Hope you are all well!
As always, both versions of our PowerPoint are below.
This week, we are focusing on Tom Percival Books.
Files work best on a desktop computer or laptop but still work on mobile devices. There is a Free PowerPoint app available on both apple and android devices.
There will be zoom meeting at the beginning of each day as usual, so that we can check in.
This week's zooms are based on phonics.
The meeting i.d.s will be added each week here and the password will be shared on evidence me. We are hoping to try a recurring meeting i.d. this week to make things easier.
Mr P. is hoping to join us on Wednesday this week.
|Zoom||Green Class||Red Class|
|897 5639 3079||897 6311 6925|
To join us, please open zoom and add the meeting i.d. Each class has their own recurring password, which you can find on evidence me. This is to add an extra layer of security to our calls.
Green Class Check ins will be at 9:00, and Red Class will be at 9:30
Zooms will not be long, but just a fun way to start each day together. If you can open your Powerpoint before the zoom each day, it will give you an idea of that day's theme.
As time goes on, the format may change, but we will keep you informed. Please bear with us as we get used to this new way of keeping in touch!
Please go through the Powerpoint with your child during the day so that the children have the same experiences as much as possible. When you open the file it will ask you to enable content, please do this so that videos can be watched straight on the powerpoint. If at any point, these don't work for you, there are independent links to all resources below the iframe.
There are at least 3 hours of adult planned activities each day, not including lunchtime. We would ask you to also give children some free play time - which is vital at this age.
If you need them, additional ideas for free play can be found at the end of the Powerpoint and additionally on our Reception Pinterest pages, here.
Printables are available on our website for some activities, should you wish to use them, but most activities are planned so that they can be done with resources from your home.
If in doubt, making your own books is always a good idea! It's great for extending writing too. Here are some ways to make one...
PE activities are at the end of the Powerpoint, so that they can be done when most convenient for you.
Teach your Monster to Read is an excellent free online resource for reading skills...
Also Oxford Owl provide some online reading materials
(Both these sites require you to register, but they are free.)
Thank you so much for all your photos and videos on Evidence me, we love them, so please do continue to send us as much as you can. You can put more than one photo on an observation so that it lessens the amount of separate observations you need to set up, if it helps.
Your Reception Team
This week we are preparing for the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch. Here is Mrs Priddle's video about making a bird feeder.