Notices, curriculum and learning WB:

Class Teacher: Mrs Tiley
Adults also supporting us in Robin class at different times across our week: Miss Miles, Mrs Watkinson and Mrs Wyatt
Notices and Learning
Hello Robins and Families,
Literacy/ Topic...

  • Handwriting and building simple sentences; remembering our key principles for writing- Capital letter, fullstop, finger spaces, writing on the line.
  • We use the phrase- Hear it, say it, write it, read it
  • phonic activities
  • Funky finger and fine motor activities
  • key word focus and activities linked to these
  •  We follow the White Rose Maths scheme throughout the year and this covers all of the concepts 
  • fun phonic activities
  • Read write inc ditty writing books when ready- perfect partner work with speedy sounds
  • learnt sounds: m, a, s, d, t, i, n, p, g, o, c, k, u, b, f, e, l, h, sh, r, j, v, y, w, z, x, sh, th, qu, ch, ng, nk
  • Sounds of the week: ay, ee, igh, ow, oo
  • word games
  • First rwords; is, it, in, at, I, the, a , on, cat, dog, put, no, mum, and, to, go, yes, he, she, we, me, be, big (please continue to focus on your child learning to recognise these words by sight- look out for new word game coming home this week!)
  • focus will be on Fred talk and word building
  • learning how to write and say these letters
Optional home learning activities will be;

Reading eggs, online books.
letter join (handwriting)
phonics play is also a great website to explore
cosmic yoga time (you tube)
continue to read lots and play your keyword games- you can refer to your 
can you follow a recipe to make your own playdoh- then use it to keep your hands working out... can you do all of the things in the playdoh pictures below?
 Reading stories
  • Daily reading is a key part of your child’s education and something that you should continue to do if they are home learning. Both reading to your child, having your child read to you is something that should be done on a regular basis. 
  • You could encourage your child to act out stories or create a puppet show (shadow puppets are great for this) to retell the story they have just read.
  • If your child isn’t a fan of fiction, non-fiction books are just as valuable. Challenge them to recount what they have found out.
  • Practical tip: Every time you read with your child, ask them questions about what they have read.
Below is a video for you to watch where I am saying how we pronounce our key phonic sounds...
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