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Hi everyone! We hope you are all safe and well, I am fully aware how difficult home learning and another lockdown can be on your child and your family. If you have any questions or require any support then please feel free to email Miss Holdsworth on holdsworthr@eagley-infant.bolton.sch.uk and I will do all I can to support you.

 

I hope you have all managed to set up Microsoft Teams! If you require any support, please email and I will help. Below you can see a timetable similar to our week in school. You might choose to follow this timetable or access the weeks learning in your own time, this is your choice and we would like you to do whatever works best for your family! The maths, phonics and topic lessons are all pre-recorded or PowerPoints that you can access in your own time. At 2:30pm each day, we will have a live story and chat time, I look forward to seeing you all then!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week Beginning 7/11/20
This week we will be reading the story Stick Man. Have a look outdoors and find sticks to make your own stick man. You could use him to act out the story or make up another adventure for him.

Reading

Don't forget to log in to Reading Eggs to learn new sounds and practise reading. I can see that lots of you are already doing this from home. Well done!

You will find your log in details at the front of your reading diary.

Maths

 

In Maths we will be learning all about the number 9. We are going to look at different ways of representing numbers and see if we can spot different representations of number 9. You could look at the Numberblocks activity below and have a go! You could also watch Numberblocks number 9 via the following link! 

 

 

Week Beginning 30/11/20
English
This week we will be reading the story Alien Tea on Planet Zum-Zee. In this story there are lots of aliens who meet up on planet Zum-Zee for a party. They each bring different party food to share. What party food do you like eat?
Have go at designing your own alien. Label the different parts of your alien, for example, leg, red hat, big tum. 
We will be learning another four sounds this week, they are - v, w, x, j. Play the game below to learn these sounds.

Reading

Don't forget to log in to Reading Eggs to learn new sounds and practise reading. I can see that lots of you are already doing this from home. Well done!

You will find your log in details at the front of your reading diary.

Maths

 

In Maths we will be learning all about the number 8. We are going to look at different ways of representing numbers and see if we can spot different representations of number 8. You could look at the Numberblocks activity below and have a go! You could also watch Numberblocks number 8 via the following link! 

Week Beginning 23/11/20
English

This week we will be reading the story Whatever Next about a little bear who wants to go to the moon.

Once you have read the story talk to somebody about what you might take to the moon if you were to go. Label the items you might take, for example, cat, hat, jam, ham, or write the initial sound, for example, 't' for toothbrush.

We will be practising reading and writing words with the sounds we have already learned -

s, a, t, p, i, n, m, d, g, o, c, k, ck, e, u, r, h, b, f, ff, l, ll, ss

 

How many different words can you make using these sounds? I can make the words mat, log, peg smiley

Here are some games you can play to help you read and write some more words.

Reading

Don't forget to log in to Reading Eggs to learn new sounds and practise reading. I can see that lots of you are already doing this from home. Well done!

You will find your log in details at the front of your reading diary.

Topic
In our topic lessons we are learning all about space. What do you know about space already? Look at the power point below and see if you can launch the rocket by answering the quiz questions.
We will also be baking star biscuits and decorating them. Click the link below and follow the recipe.
Week Beginning 16/11/20
English
In English this week we are listening to the story Aliens Love Underpants. Click bellow to listen to the story.
Some of these aliens have forgotten their names. Use the sounds you have learned so far to make up names for each of the aliens. How many different names can you make?
You don't have to give the aliens real names. You could make up nonsense names, for example, hap, bim. Look at the power point below to play the game and get some more ideas.
We will also be continuing to learn new sounds. This weeks sounds are h, b,f and ff. Practise reading and writing these sounds on the sheets below.
Maths

In Maths this week we will be learning all about the number 6. What does the number 6 look like? How do we form it? How do we make 6, for example, 2+4=6.

Watch the power point below to find out more about the number 6.

Now complete these activities all about the number 6.
Can you count up to 6 objects? Use the matching cards below and see how many objects you can count.
Reading

Don't forget to log in to Reading Eggs to learn new sounds and practise reading. I can see that lots of you are already doing this from home. Well done!

You will find your log in details at the front of your reading diary.

Topic
If you could design your own alien what would it look like? Would it have 3 eyes? Would it have a square head? Have ago at designing one below and then make it some pants.
Week beginning 9/11/20
In English this week we will be learning new sounds ck, e, u, and r. You have now learned 16 sounds and should be able to make many different words from these sounds, for example, mat, red, sun. How many different words can you make?
Click the link below to practise writing the new sounds we have learned.
We will also be practising the high frequency words we have started to learn. Click the link below to read and write these words.
Here are some phonics games you could play at home.
In Maths we will be learning all about patterns. We will practise repeating patterns and also spot mistakes in patterns. Follow the power points below to learn more.
Now that you have watched the power points, have a go at these activities.
Reading
Remember to log on to Reading Eggs to continue your reading journey. Your username and password is in the front of your reading diaries.
Topic
Our topic learning this week will be finding out about Diwali and how people celebrate it. Follow the links below to find out more and then have a go at completing some rangoli patterns.

Week Beginning 2.11.20

In Maths this week we are learning all about shape. We are focusing on the shapes circle, triangle, square and rectangle. You should have a go at recognising each shape by learning about their properties. How many sides and corners does each shape have? Can you count them? Is there something special about a square?

Below there is an attachment to make your own shape rocket!

You can also follow the link below to watch the shape song.

The Shapes Song

In phonics we are recapping all of the sounds we have learned so far - s,a,t,p,i,n,m,d,g,o,c,k.

Can you practise recognising and writing these sounds at home? You can use these sounds to make lots of CVC words such as dog, cat, pig, sit etc... How many different words can you make?

Week Beginning 19.10.20

This week we are going to be learning all about number 5 in Maths! We are going to look at different ways of representing numbers and see if we can spot different representations of number 5. You could look at the Numberblocks activity below and have a go! You could also watch Numberblocks number 5 via the following link!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b08d630h/numberblocks-series-1-five

In phonics we will be learning the sounds g,o,c,k. Can you practise recognising these letters at home and forming them correctly? You could use the sheets below to practise the formation of these letters!

Can you make CVC words using all of the letter sounds that we have learned so far? So far we know the letter sounds s,a,t,p,i,n,m,d,g,o,c,k! That's a lot of letters!

We are also developing our communication and language skills as this is so important for your child's development. The government have recommended that you access the following websites to support your child at home.

https://hungrylittleminds.campaign.gov.uk/#3

https://www.bbc.co.uk/tiny-happy-people

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