Year R Page
Polar Bear Class Whale Class Narwhal Class Mrs Rendall/Mrs Pleshette Miss Street /Miss Green Miss Jeffs/ Miss Green Mrs Milne Mrs Jones/Miss Rimmer Mrs Duke
We hope you had a lovely Christmas and are very disappointed not to see you this half term. We will be updating our remote learning daily before the start of the school day. Please send any pictures to our year group email or tapestry and we will be able to feedback to you.
Plans are currently underway for further details, so please watch this space!
Spring 1 Half Term Topic:
This half term we will continue to learn set 2 from Read Write Ink phonics. We will be learning to the name and sound of each grapheme (letter) and how to blend them to read words and segment them to spell.
This half term we will continue to learn to read our Wonder Words. They have come home in sets of 10. The first 100 are grouped into 'anchors'. You will be able to use your sounds to read them, some words though don't like to follow the rules. These we call red tricky words. They try to trick you because you can't sound them out! These you have to learn by 'sight'.
Good luck, your teacher will stamp each anchor as you learn them when you come back.
This half term in maths we are focusing on:
*numbers to 10 and beyond
Tricky Word Games
Click on to this fabulous web page full of ideas for playing games with those 'tricky words' which don't follow the rules. We call them 'sight words' because you have to learn them by just looking at them... https://sightwords.com/sight-words/games/
Here are the words we learn in year R...
I the no go to he she we me be you
all are her was they my
Getting Ready to Write
The children are practising how to hold their pencil correctly.
This is how we practise holding our pencil here at Leesland...
Try this little trick at home to help with pencil grip. Place a pom pom in your child's hand and get them to grip it with their two fingers - whilst holding their pencil!
to see some of the things we have been busy doing in Year R...
Busy Bee Time
Learning together through play!
The children love choosing their own ways to learn, explore and challenge themselves - and so do we!
Why don't you try these at home?
Useful website links you can use at home...