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Home work expectations in Foundation Stage

Class

Homework

Time expected to complete the homework

Total time expected for each week

Foundation

Stage

Phonics practice five times a week

5 x 5 minutes

50 minutes

 

 

Reading

5 x 5 minutes

 

New Maths 'How to videos'
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20.05.16 - Potions

20.05.16 - Potions 1

WOW! Take a look at just 4 of the wonderful repeating patterns created for homework this week.

WOW! Take a look at just 4 of the wonderful repeating patterns created for homework this week.  1
WOW! Take a look at just 4 of the wonderful repeating patterns created for homework this week.  2
WOW! Take a look at just 4 of the wonderful repeating patterns created for homework this week.  3
WOW! Take a look at just 4 of the wonderful repeating patterns created for homework this week.  4

13.05.16 - Please see your child's own sheet for their focus sounds this week.

06.05.16

29.04.16

Homework 15.04.16

Look at all of the wonderful homework models and sea themed treasures that have been brought in this term!

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Homework 04.03.16

Homework 26.02.16

What incredible homework projects! Well done everyone!

12.02.16 - There are no homework record sheets this week.

05.02.16 - All of the children are working on sounds that support their stage of learning. Please do not hesitate to ask if you are unsure which homework is for your child.

29.01.16

Homework 22.01.16

Friday 15th January

Friday 8th January 

 

This week our homework is to read 5 times. Children are expected to read 5 times every week. Did you know that you can read lots of different things together that can be written in your child's home school diary. 

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Friday 4th December

Friday 27th November

Friday 20th November

Friday 13th November

Friday 6th November

WOW! What amazing homework projects. Well done everyone.

Thursday 22nd October

Friday 16th October -We have learnt the sounds s a t p

Friday 16th October -We have learnt the sounds       s    a    t    p 1

Maths Challenge 2

 

There are so many wonderful things than we can count! Here are some things we enjoy counting at school; match sticks, straws, candles, puppets and conkers. Can you find something new and exciting to count at home? It could be very small or really big, slimy and sticky or rough and dry. We would love to see what you are counting together at home too. 

Maths Challenge 1

 

Numbers are hiding everywhere! You will find them in your house,  at the shops, while walking down the street and lots of other places too.

 

Can you be a number detective this week and take lots of photos of the numbers you find? What is the number for? What is it telling you? 

 

Any photos can be added to Tapestry and will be shared on the website next week.

 

Good luck!

Take a look at the numbers that have been spotted so far!

Please use the link below to find videos, websites, activities and information that will help you to support your child with Maths and Phonics at home.
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