Reception Planning w/b 29th June 2020
Here you will find the planning and resources we are using from the 29th June.
It is planning for all of our Bubbles, including the ones at home!
Now the children have been in to school, and have experienced the routines, we feel we have space to open up discussions about other things.
This week we are going to be talking, in an age appropriate way, about Kindness and Advocacy.
We feel strongly that children should be confident to know that they can share their feelings and opinions about the world. We want them to know they have the power to make change, even if it's initially by simply spreading kindness... together we can continue to recognise that we are all different, but we all have so much to share.
As before, we have uploaded a PowerPoint, and every day has set activities, so that we are all doing the same thing as much as possible. There are also lots of fun PE games in the 'Social distancing -Twenty Ways to Keep Children Moving Safely' PDF.
Just the same as last week, If you are in Bubble A (at school Monday and Tuesday), please continue at home on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
If you are in Bubble B (at school Thursday and Friday), please start the week's activities at home, and we'll do the rest at school on Thursday and Friday.
Keyworker bubble children will be provided with the work on the days that they are in, please give the rest of the work a try when you're at home.
If you're in your own home bubble, please try out the activities as we go. All the links for resources are linked from the PowerPoint - please don't feel you have to print them if it's not ideal, you can discuss them from a screen, or draw your own examples. Don't forget to keep in touch via evidence me!
As before, Wednesday will be 'Rainbow Day' and we'll be setting a fun activity to do at home, so that we can talk about it when we're back together!
Lots of love,
Your Reception Team Xxx
Please see this week's planning PowerPoint and resources below
including an excellent Virtual library passed on to us by Ava's Mum. Thanks!