Redhill Junior And Infant School

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Redhill Road, Birmingham, West Midlands, B25 8HQ

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Reception

 

Welcome to Reception's 'Home Learning' page!

Here you will find lots of activities to support your child's learning at home. There is a class library with lots of books to share with your child and you can use the weekly 'Home Learning Plans' to find links and activities for your child to use. 

Remember to check the Redhill School Twitter feed for school information and links to websites and activities. It would be great if you could post photos of your child's work on Twitter or email them to us- we'd love to see them! 

 

Miss Fox, Miss Kendall and Miss Gibbons          Stars Glitter gifs  

                                                                                                                         click on the star to look around our classroom!

 

Rainbows!  

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It's really important that your child stays safe online. Always supervise them when they are using the internet. This information from Cbeebies is a great way of finding out more about e-safety.

Click here to read it. Keeping children safe online - CBeebies - BBC

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Come and look at our Reception Learning Journey Spring 1

Please send photos of your child's work to us to put on the website. We'd love to see what they are doing at home!

If you would like your child's work to be on our web page, please email Miss Fox at

h.fox@redhill.bham.sch.uk

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click on the star to see our amazing work

 

Excellent home learning from Yunus, Junaid, Aliza, Hanan, Humaira, Haneen, Alina, Adam, Umayma and Mohammed. Well done! We are very proud of you. You can see your fantastic home learning by clicking on the star. 

 

We will be sending home awards for brilliant home learning. If your child would like a certificate, please send us some work. We hope you like your home learning certificates! 

click here to see our certificates

 

Parents- some resources can be saved as a screen shot on your phone or tablet. Use the edit photo function and then your child can write or colour onto the screen.  This might be helpful if you can't print or copy the sheets onto paper. 

Some of our Reception parents have sent us videos of their children's learning. This is such great way of showing us what the children are getting up to at home! Have a look at them here...


Humaira has made a rocket to help her count back from 10. "10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1... blast off!"

Humaira tells us about her story map from "Jack and the Beanstalk". Listen to what she would like to find at the top!

Umayma is able to sound out and write cvc words by herself!

Listen to Umayma explaining what a symmetrical picture is...

Humaira has been finding things around her house that start with the /b/ sound.

Umayma saying the /b/ sound in phonics.

Humaira has been moving to music as she acts out part of the story "Jack and the Beanstalk"

Mohammed has been talking about the story "Jack and the Beanstalk".

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Come and choose a story or song to listen to in “Reception's Library”.    

More books now added! Stack of books free vector download (2,068 Free vector) for ...     

Click here to go into the library!

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It is really important that your child continues to read when they are at home. We have created an account with "Oxford Owl" for all our Reception children. Here you can find lots of free e-books and comprehension activities for your child to read and do.  

Click on the owl to enter the Oxford Owl site.              

 Oxford Owl for School and Home

To log in you will need to click 'My Class login'

My Class name: RedhillYR                               

My Class password: RedhillYR

 

Please choose the age 4-5 books for Reception. You can also look at books for older children if you have children in different classes! The books are best looked at on tablets or computers/laptops.

Happy reading!

 

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Twinkl are once again offering free membership to parents during the school closure. We love using Twinkl at school so it would be great if you could sign up. Twinkl have lots of free resources like worksheets, games and powerpoints for the children to use on any device. 

Click here to sign up for your free Twinkl account. Twinkl offers free learning resources to help parents and carers as schools  prepare for closures – Education Today

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Here are some links to websites and games we like!

           Maths links:     Maths Clipart Stock Vector Illustration And Royalty Free Maths ...                              

          English links: Communication (Literacy)

 

             

 

General:

https://pbskids.org/

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies

http://mrspancake.com/

https://classroom.thenational.academy/subjects-by-year/reception

EYFS--interactive-learning-links.pdf

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/at-school/reception-at-primary-school/

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4. Cartoon children are learning Royalty Free Vector Image  Click here to look at Reception’s Home Learning plan 25.1.21

 

Here are some resources that might be useful this week. You can either print them off or look at them on the screen. They are also in the paper pack you have picked up from school. 

English: "The Three Billy Goats Gruff" Power Point (Monday)

              The Three Billy Goats Gruff and Troll speech bubble sheet (Monday)

              f sound activity sheet (Tuesday)

              matching f words and pictures (Thursday)

 

Maths:  dinosaur 1 more and 1 less worksheet (Monday)

              robot 1 more and 1 less worksheet (Tuesday)

              sweets 1 more and 1 less worksheet (Wednesday)

              1 more and 1 less worksheet (Thursday)

              trucks 1 more and 1 less worksheet (Friday)

 

 

This week, our bedtime story is “The Tiger Who Came to Tea”.

Click on the picture to listen to this lovely story.                                    The Tiger Who Came to Tea: Amazon.co.uk: Kerr, Judith, Kerr, Judith: Books

One day a tiger turns up at Sophie’s house and invites himself in for dinner. I wonder what a tiger eats?

 

Questions you can ask your child to support their language development and understanding:

  • What do you think is going to happen?
  • What do you think is the tiger’s favourite food?
  • Why do you think the tiger went to Sophie’s house?
  • Can you remember all the things that the tiger ate?
  • Why did Sophie and her mummy and daddy have to go to a café at the end?

 

Have a look at https://www.tigerwhocametotea.com/activities/ for more activities linked to this book.

 

 

Let’s learn some more Makaton signs! This song is called “I am the Music Man”. 

Join in with the signs and the words.            I am the Music Man with Makaton - Singing Hands - YouTube

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3. Cartoon children are learning Royalty Free Vector Image  Click here to look at Reception’s Home Learning plan 18.1.21

 

Here are some resources that might be useful this week. You can either print them off or look at them on the screen.

English: Jack and the Beanstalk Power Point (Monday)

              Jack and the Beanstalk story map (Wednesday)

              b pictures (Thursday)

              Jack and the Beanstalk story pictures (Friday)

 

Maths: shape pattern sheet (Monday)

            scarf pattern sheet (Monday)

            block tower patterns (Tuesday)

            symmetrical faces (Thursday)

            number writing to 20 (Friday)

 

Topic: Jack and the Beanstalk pencil control paths (Thursday)

 

This week, our bedtime story is “Supertato”. Click on the picture to listen to it.    Supertato: Amazon.co.uk: Hendra, Sue, Linnet, Paul: 9780857074478: Books

 

There’s a very naughty pea on the loose! Will our hero, Supertato, save the day? 

Questions you can ask to help your child talk about this story:

  • Who is Supertato? What makes him special?
  • Who is your favourite good character? Why?
  • What makes them a good character?
  • Why is the pea a villain?
  • What do you think is going to happen next?
  • Do you think Supertato is going to win or will the pea?
  • What happened at the end of the story? Did you like it? Why?

 

You could have a go at making your own Supertato! Click here or on the picture to find out how. Supertato - Two Week Plan and Resources | Teaching Resources
 

 

Our song of the week is “Down in the Jungle”. Join in with the actions and wash the clothes!       Down in the Jungle! Nursery Rhyme for babies and toddlers from Sing and  Learn! - YouTube 

          

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2.  Cartoon children are learning Royalty Free Vector Image  Click here to look at Reception’s Home Learning plan 11.1.21

 

Here are some resources that might be useful this week. You can either print them off or look at them on the screen.

English: c letter formation (Monday)

              k letter formation  (Monday)

              rhyming words sheet (Tuesday)

              garden missing sounds (Tuesday)

              cross the river words (Friday)

 

Maths: there is no need to print off any resources this week. If you want to sort more things by size, you can download this activity: Twinkl big and small sorting activity.

 

Topic: Rainbow fish template (Monday)

 

This week, our bedtime story is “Each Peach Pear Plum”. Click on the picture to listen to it.         Each Peach Pear Plum (Pocket Puffin): Amazon.co.uk: Ahlberg, Allan,  Ahlberg, Janet, Ahlberg, Janet: Books

In this book you will see lots of characters from nursery rhymes and fairy tales. Can you spy them all?

 

Questions you can ask your child to help their understanding and support their English skills:

  • Who can you see on this page?
  • Where are they hiding?
  • Who do you think is going to be hiding next?
  • Who is your favourite character? Why do you like them?
  • What else can you see on the page?

 

If you liked that story, this website has some lovely ideas and links for more activities. http://www.lovemybooks.co.uk/each-peach-pear-plum

 

This week, our song is “BINGO”. Come and join in, Reception!

Click the picture to hear the song.         BINGO | Super Simple Songs - YouTube

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1.  Cartoon children are learning Royalty Free Vector Image  Click here to look at Reception’s Home Learning plan 6.1.21

 

Here are some resources that might be useful this week. You can either print them off or look at them on the screen.

English: m and n pictures

Maths: addition problems

            take away problems

This week, our bedtime story is “Peace at Last”.  Click on the picture to listen to it.        Peace at Last: Amazon.co.uk: Murphy, Jill: Books

 

With a snoring Mrs Bear, an excitable Baby Bear and a house full of tapping and dripping and ticking, peace is hard to come by – will Mr Bear ever get a decent night's sleep?

 

Questions you can ask your child as you both listen to the story:

  • How many bears were in the story?
  • Who was snoring?
  • What was baby bear pretending to be?
  • What sounds can Mr Bear hear?
  • How do you feel Mr Bear felt in the morning?
  • What woke Mr Bear up?

 

This week we are singing “Princess Long Ago” and learning some Makaton signs. Have a go at joining in. Can you remember all the signs? Click on the picture to join in!

Singing Hands: There was a Princess Long Ago - Nursery Rhyme - Makaton Sign  Language - YouTube

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