Curriculum - Hedgehogs Class


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Please click on this to access FREE Maths home learning!  https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/


Power Maths online is available - daily lessons! Enjoy - click on the link...
https://whiterosemaths.com/resources/power-maths/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=sharpspring&sslid=M7M0t7Q0MDIztTC1BAA&sseid=MzIwNjCyNDewNAQA&jobid=ba46ed4d-6e00-47fa-9382-2f6c05a453a1


This is for computer coding 
Code.org resources
Code.org have released a set of resources that can help with Computing at home. Here is the link (https://code.org/athome)
The Hour of Code tutorials (https://code.org/hourofcode/overview) are great and most are accessible for the children to follow independently (age dependent). 

Audible is currently offering their kids section free during closures. A lovely link to share with year groups or use at home. 

https://stories.audible.com/discovery?ref=adbl_ent_anon_ds_ds_vn


Self-isolation/lockdown work for Hedgehogs Class

Dear parents of Hedgehogs class,
If your child needs to self-isolate or we have to isolate as a bubble, it is vitally important your child keeps learning at home. Please read through the following suggested ideas below. When we had ‘Lockdown 1’ I spoke with many parents over the phone who felt overwhelmed with the amount of work children were expected to do alongside juggling their own ‘Working from Home’ expectations. I have tried to keep these suggested activities easy to manage for all. You aren’t teachers, but you know your child best…
I do understand the impact this situation will have on you and your family and it’s far from ideal.  Please be reminded that we are only a phone call away and we are here to offer any help and guidance.  Please also check our school website and Facebook regularly for any news or updates. We are all in this together.
Thank you J
Mrs Crow


Reading
Read every day x 10 minutes+ at a time & add to reading log. Practise tricky word bookmarks (and key word cards if your child has been given them – these will be distributed in the latter half of the Autumn term).

Use Oxford Owl website to access online reading ‘ebooks’. All books are banded by colour. Your child will (with support) be able to access all lilac and pink banded ebooks. Some books your child can choose to listen to rather than read but not all books have this option. The ebooks can be accessed on any tablet or laptop. Go to https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/ and click ‘My Class Login’ at the top of the page.

Log in: Hedgehogsnn
Password: Prickles1
Go to ‘My Bookshelf’ and you can access the eBook library.
Please also go through the ‘Sound story’ and grapheme correspondences (sent home w/b 19.10.20) and number rhymes daily. Children will need to practise the correct letter formation. This is best done using a whiteboard and pen (mistakes can be removed very quickly!) or in pencil on lined paper.
 


All other EYFS learning goals:
Access the Government online teaching classroom - Oak National Academy - https://www.thenational.academy/
In event of a closure I will share the starting point you need to begin at for each year group by way of a link. Please follow the lessons online. They are in the form of daily videos with lessons/activities presented by teachers.



Please visit these phonics sites to play Phase 2 and 3 games. There are lots of interactive games to help your child improve their phonic skills – recognition of tricky words, blending 2 and 3 letter words and longer sentences. We have played these games in school so they will be familiar.



’Mini-mash’ can be found here: https://www.mini-mash.com/
A great online resource for children – they each have their own log in card (glued into front of reading log). Children can use this to access a range of fun activities – don’t forget to save your work in your tray! I will ‘pin’ suggested learning activities at the top the home page. These will give the children lots of arty and crafty online activities to complete.
Text Box: BBC Bitesize has some really useful facts, games, videos and quizzes which will be fun for your child to access. Use the link below and have fun exploring them!https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/levels/z3g4d2p

Reading for pleasure! See the list below for 50 hot picks for reception! https://www.booksfortopics.com/reception

Online stories - https://www.storylineonline.net/ Many famous American actors sharing stories for young children. There are lots to choose from and they are completely free to enjoy.

 


 

 



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