Welcome to Moon Class
Class Teacher: Ms Hedington
Class TA: Ms Brophy
LSA's: Ms Ebri & Ms Shippey
Moon Class email address: email@example.com
If you are self isolating please use the resource below for your child to still access online learning at home. Click on the subheading Reception :)
Or alternatively, try some of the activities below that we will be learning about in class.
For Autumn 2 we will be:
We will be learning about the seasons autumn and winter
We will be learning about celebrations
We will be continuing our learning in phonics- to blend sounds to read and shall continue to recognise numerals and count amounts.
Children will begin to see themselves as writers- they will be ascribing to the marks they make and beginning to use sounds in their writing. Remember children have to write the sounds they hear, this doesn't have to be spelt correctly!
Children independently use all resources available in the learning environment.
Children begin to act out stories.
THESE ARE SOME ACTIVITIES YOU CAN DO:
WINTER AND CHRISTMAS IS HERE! BBBRRRRRRR and WAHOO!
To learn about winter why not go on a winter walk with your grown up.
What can you see?
Frost? ice? Are there any leaves on the trees? What is everyone wearing? Can you see many animals?
What's the weather like?
Try drawing a winter picture using pencils, wool, paint etc..
Watch the jolly postman and here are some ideas you can do at home:
1. Make your own Christmas card to a family member and use your phonics to write a message e.g.
2. Design a Christmas jumper ( you can draw your own or use our template below).
Think about the colours, patterns, festive things you may see at Christmas and lastly make it look pretty so you would want to wear it!
3. Draw and design your own Christmas tree and cut it out. You can use our template or watch the step by step instructions.
4. Write a letter to Santa ( you can use our template or any piece of paper) and post it to the North Pole!
Plees can I hav a tedi
I hav bin good.
For the first half term we will be focussing on the children: