Our Learning Support Assistants:
These are our key words. They are high frequency words that we need to know on sight to help with our reading. We practise these every day and also practise writing them too! We need to know how to read and write all 100 by the end of Reception.
Here is a handy sheet on letter formation, you should have received one for you and your child to take home. These are the sayings we might use to help us remember how to write our letters.
Here is a link to the website we use a lot in our Fun Phonics lessons, lots of the games are free and help with our reading and spelling.
We’ve taught the children the letter sounds using Jolly Phonics – here is a link to the songs
And here is a link to an example of one of the stories:
Here is a link to show how we pronouce the sounds – it really affects how the children apply them!
Here are some handy rhymes for helping your children remember how to form numbers correctly.
Term 5 Dates:
Monday 7th May - Bank Holiday - SCHOOL CLOSED
Tuesday 8th May - Reception Health Screening
Wednesday 9th May - Reception Health Screening
Wednesday 23rd May - EYFS Sports Day
Thursday 24th May - End of Term 5
Friday 25th May - INSET Day - school closed to children
Ways you can help at home:
Count objects and spot numbers when out and about.
Practise writing in sand, mud, using chalks and on paper.
Read every day with your child, practise spotting sounds and key words at the shops and in newspapers and magazines.
Talk about changes in seasons and the world around us, the children make some lovely comments in class!
Practise sounds and key words in sound and key words books.