Listen to the story ‘ Bumps in the Night’ by Allan Ahlberg. What happens to the skeletons in the story? Can you retell the story to a grown up? Can you imagine what would happen if the skeletons went to the shop? What might they get up to? Using the story frame, draw pictures of what you think might happen. Can you write about the pictures?
In Reception we follow the “Song of Sounds” scheme of work.
Click on the picture below to access the song the children learn within the classroom.
Begin by listening to ‘ Song of Sounds’
Watch the recorded lesson below:
Recorded lesoon ‘ igh’
We use a website called Phonics Play to practise our phonic skills. Click on the link below to access the whole website or click the pictures to access a range of games played within the classroom. All games listed are set to Phase 2, if your child excels at these select Phase 3 within the game options to increase the difficulty.
Use the above link to ‘Ten Town’ and complete the activities for 15- 20
Numberblocks Pattern Game – Click the picture below
Numberblocks Adding and Subtracting Game – Click the picture below
UNDERSTANDING THE WORLD/EXPRESSIVE ARTS AND DESIGN
Use the sheet and lolly sticks in your pack to make stick puppets of the characters from, ‘Bumps in the Night’. Make sure you cut them out carefully. Can you do a puppet show for someone to watch?
ADULT SUPPORTED PLAY
Get an adult to hide the jigsaw skeleton pieces around the house for you to find and put together. You could do this several times. See how long it takes you! You could then hide the pieces for someone else to find.