Welcome to FS1
The teachers are
Mrs Helen Cox - Deputy headteacher
Miss Natalie Poole - HLTA and Language Lead
Scroll down for your weekly home learning challenges
This is our new online learning journey.
You should all have a login now.
If you are a new parent whose child started nursery (virtually) in January and would like to access this please email me and we can sort out login details.
We would like to see things that you do at home, for example going out for a walk in the winter weather and talking about the seasons and how things change.
If we get enough snow, build a snowman.
Writing your name outside using a stick to write it in the show or ice, or using on the condensation off the window to write your name with your finger.
Baking with your adult, we would like to see your lovely tasty treats.
Perhaps you are reading a story to your teddies.
Maybe you are matching up the socks before they go away in your draw.
I would like to see you riding your bike or scooter.
You could playing a board game with your family - Yahtzee is my favourite.
You could help set the table for tea, making sure everybody has what they need to eat their meal
You could help to write a shopping list.
If possible I would like you to post a picture 2 or 3 times a week on Tapestry so we can keep in contact with you.
We miss you all very much and hope to see you soon
Mrs Cox and Miss Poole
Week 2 spring 2 1/3/21
Topic in the garden
Book The bad-tempered Ladybird
Rhyme of the week - 2 little dickie birds
Topic In The Garden
This week we are looking at the book Oliver's Vegetables.
Listen to the story and think about the following questions when the story has finished.
1.What was the only thing that Oliver liked to eat at the beginning of the story?
2. Can you remember all the vegetables that grandpa grew?
3. What is your favourite vegetable?
4. Can you remember the days of the week? Can you say them in order?
This week we are looking at the number 1 ( 1 more )
and the letter v
Week 6 8/2/2021
Jack and the Beanstalk and Chinese new year
This week we are learning about the letter j and the number 10
It is also the start of the Chinese new year - the year of the Ox
Remember when you have completed the activities you need to upload your photos to tapestry. You are all doing really well at this.
We are so proud of your home learning
There is also a challenge on Tapestry for you to work on , so login and find out what it is!
Mrs Cox and Miss Poole
Week 5 1/2/21
Goldilocks and the 3 bears
This week we are learning about the number 9 and the letter g. There is also a challenge on Tapestry for you to try.
Home Learning Week Beginning 25th January 2021
The 3 Little Pigs
Home Learning Week beginning 18th January
Little Red Riding Hood
Complete the activities below and remember to upload them to Tapestry.
Read the story
Talk about the characters.
Who is your favourite character and why?
Sequence the story
Can you put the story in the correct order?
This week we are looking at the letter r
what objects can you find that begin with r in your house?
Can you write the letter r every day in a different place?
Can you complete the outdoor phonics challenges on your daily exercise?
This weeks number is number 7
Complete the number 7 activities.
Heavy and Light
Do you think that Red Ridings hood basket was heavy?
find a can of beans or soup or any food in your cupboard.
Can you find 3 things heavier than the can and 3 things lighter?
complete the heavy and light sheet.
Write a shopping list
what would you take to grandma's to make her feel better?
Grandma would really like a cake. Can you make a cake for her with your grown-up?
Week beginning the 11th January
This week we will be looking at the Fairytale Cinderella.
Read the book with your grownup using the PowerPoint below.
Write a part invitation, who would you invite to the ball?
Art and Design
Can you make a castle using items from your house?
Remember to post the picture of your completed castle on Tapestry.
Letter of the week p
listen to the jolly phonics song and complete the p activity.
Collect all the objects that you find around the house that begin with p.
Pencil Control activity
Can you carefully follow the lines?
Remember to pinch your pencil at the bottom.
The number of the week is number 6
Listen to the numberblocks 6 song and complete the 6 activity
Can you colour the different shapes on the pizza?
Have a look round your house can you find objects that are the same as the shapes on your pizza?
Helping around the house
Cinderella had to do lots of jobs around the house.
What jobs can you help your grownup with?
Take a picture and put it on Tapestry
Look at the pictures with your grownup, take it in turns to spot the difference in the picture.
Who has the biggest feet?
Find a pair of shoes from each person in your house.
Can you put them in size order?
Can you draw round them, and write the name of the person to who the shoe belongs?
Play a dice game with your family, every time a six is thrown your whole family has to clap 6 times before they make their move.
Take a picture and upload it to Tapestry.
Remember to write your name at least 3 times a day.
There are work packs available if you would like to collect one from school. Please ring or email me if you would like one.
Week beginning 04/01/2021
Hello, and Happy new year. I hope you are all staying safe.
Below are some activities to do with your child at home. If you do anything at home, not just the work on here, and want to share it with me you can email it to me or you can show me what you are doing on the new online learning journey Tapestry. I look forward to hearing from you.
Listen to the story Once upon a time
How many fairytale and nursery rhyme characters can you see?
Can you tell your adult what happened in the story?
Who is your favourite character
letter of the week O
can you find 5 things that begin with o
listen to the o phonics song.
Write o as often as possible, you can write it with your finger in the air or on the floor or on your adult's back.
If possible print off the o sheet and complete it.
Can you write a sentence about Humpty Dumpty?
Where else could he sit instead of a wall?
Humpty Dumpty sat on a horse.
Humpty Dumpty sat on a table.
Take a photo of the sentence you have written and send it to me.
Practise writing your name at least once a day.
We are learning about the number 5
watch Numberblocks number 5.
Can you count 5 teddies in your house?
Have a go at writing 1,2,3,4,5
Print out the number 5 worksheet, when you have finished it take a picture and email it to me.
Make the dice, throw the dice 5 times, what numbers did you throw?
Can you clap, jump, hop, stamp the correct number on the dice?
Art and design
Can you make an egg into a fairytale or nursery rhyme character?
P.E is on a Thursday until the Christmas holidays.
Home learning for children who are self-isolating
November week beginning 16/11/ 2020
The letter of the week is f, can you find objects around the house that begin with f . Can you make a list of 5 objects and label them.
The number of the week is 10. Can you touch count your toys to 10. We are talking about sharing. Can you share your 10 toys with your grown-up and say how many you have each?
The story of the week is The Rainbow Fish. Listen to the story and write about what makes you a good friend. Take a picture of your writing.
Can you colour The Rainbow Fish? Can you make one shiny scale to go on your coloured rainbow fish?
Send me your work (pictures of your work ) to my email. firstname.lastname@example.org
Home learning packs are available and can be delivered at a safe distance if requested. you can either phone the office or email me directly
Mrs Helen Cox