Home Learning in The Honeycomb!
Hi everyone! Well, not long now and it will be the summer holidays! I thought today I would put some activities on here that would encourage us all to get outside and enjoy the sunshine. I have chosen another story read by Lenny Henry called Tidy and it is about a little animal who wants a tidy forest to live in.
Also, don't forget our Zoom meeting this week! If you want to do a picture to show or you want to tell everyone about something interesting you have been doing, then that would be great. See you then!
I have left the links to popular programmes that we always enjoyed in the honeycomb as well.
We love Alphablocks and there are loads of episodes to choose from which will help you to remember your letter sounds. If you don't have a TV license or can't access the bbc website, access these episodes on YouTube instead.
Numberblocks are another favourite and again, with lots of episodes to choose from, this will really help you to practice your counting and number skills. Don't forget though - you could be practicing counting and simple addition and subtraction throughout the day:
The Gruffalo is a fabulous story that all the children in the honeycomb know well - I wonder if you could draw a picture of him or the forest that he lives in? Again, there are clips of lots of Julia Donaldson stories on YouTube if you can't access them on the bbc website.
There are a whole selection of traditional stories on YouTube - stories that the children know well. Again, see if you could draw the characters, you could even have a go at acting out your favourite story!
There are also lots of counting rhymes and songs on YouTube like this one - getting little ones up and active while practicing maths at the same time.
There are also lots more activities to have a go at on the Home Learning Page - look through the Reception and Year 1 pages as well as the Key Stage 1 section to find all sorts of videos (including story-time with Mr Grimes) and practical activities like cooking, drawing, painting, measuring, making superheros...the list goes on! Finally, there will be other resources and things to do via SeeSaw, so please keep checking on there too.
Take care of yourselves everyone - we are all really missing you!
Mrs Piggin, Mrs Walker, Mrs Watmough and Miss R