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Home Learning Foundation Stage 1

Home Learning in the event of your child or class having to self-isolate

Should your child need to isolate, home learning will be provided by their class teacher.

Should your child's class need to isolate, online live lessons or teaching videos will be arranged by your child's class teacher. You will be contacted by telephone or via the schools Weduc app with further information.

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Virtual Transition Week 06.7.20


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Foundation 1

 Home Learning 29.6.20


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Foundation 1

 Home Learning 22.6.20


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Foundation 1

 Home Learning 15.6.20


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Foundation 1

 Home Learning 8.6.20


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Foundation 1

 Home Learning 1.6.20


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Foundation 1

 Home Learning 18.5.20

This sheet is your MUST DO activities

All activities are about 10-15 minutes suggested learning time of what you should do this week.

Day Writing/ Reading Phonics/ Sight words Maths Wider Curriculum
Monday

Read the story of Farmyard Hullabaloo if you have the book at home

 

OR watch a video of the story on

https://www.youtube.com/

Practise recognising the following sight words:

 

I, my, mum, dad, like, to, go is, the, look

 

For an extra challenge you could try and put some of them in a simple sentence e.g. I like my mum

This week we are learning about shapes:

 

Watch this video and see how many shapes you can name

https://www.youtube.com/

Here’s a list of things you can also do over the week:

 

Get some daily exercise.

You could use one of these sites:

*PE with Joe Wicks

https://www.youtube.com/

*gonoodle 

http://gonoodle.com/

*Cosmic Kids yoga

https://www.youtube.com/

 

Read your library book or another book from home.

Can you find any of our sight words or letters from your name in the writing?

 

Practise signing different nursery rhymes.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/

 

Watch numberblocks on cbeebies at 1:30 pm

Tuesday

Practise writing your name or tracing over a pattern. Don’t forget your froggy fingers!

Send me a photo of how you get on.

I spy

Play ‘I spy’ with your grown up using the first sound in a word e.g. I spy with my little eye something beginning with… ‘s’ sofa!

 

Need an extra challenge? Try and think of another word that begins with that sound e.g. if the sound is ‘s’ you could say sock.

Play one of these games:

  • Snap
  • Dominoes
  • Snakes and ladders
  • Make a hop scotch

Any board game you have where you roll a dice or count how many you have of something

Wednesday

 Reread/ rewatch the Story of Farmyard Hullaballoo

 

What is your favourite animal from the story? Why do you like it? What about your grown up?

 

Email me your answers.

 Guess the animal noise  

Follow the link and select the game Welcome To The Zoo. You have to match the sound to the correct animal picture.

https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/

This website is free to use. The username is march20 and the password is home.

Shape Hunt

Going for a walk: Look out for different objects that look like a circle, triangle, square and rectangle. Take a picture of the shapes you see and send it to me.

 

Staying inside: Draw shapes on small pieces of paper and get your grown up hide them around your house. When you bring it back to your grown up tell them what the shape is!
Thursday

Practise writing your name or tracing over a pattern. Don’t forget your froggy fingers!

 

Need an extra challenge? Try writing your surname.

 

Silly rhyming!

Adult says a word that rhymes with something/ someone in your house or family and you have to work out what it is e.g. tummy… mummy! Paddy…daddy! Lofa…sofa. It doesn’t have to make sense…its silly rhyming!

 

Practise recognising numbers 1-10

 

Use the number flash cards you made last week to practise recognising your numbers.

 

Need an extra challenge? You could try and put as many numbers as you can in order.
Friday

 

Reread/ rewatch the Story of Farmyard Hullaballoo

Draw a picture of one the animals from the story e.g. the bull

Send me a photo of your drawing.

Practise recognising the following sight words:

 

I, my, mum, dad, like, to, go is, the, look

 

Making circles, triangles, squares & rectangles.

You could darw them with a pencil, paint or chalk. You could make them with Lego or with playdough. You could dip your finger in water and draw them on newspaper or on a paving stone outside.

Send me a photo of your shapes.

This sheet is your COULD DO if you are hungry for more.

Here’s some ideas of other things you could do at home over the next week:

Our topic is the farm.

If you have some farm animal toys, have ago at making your own farmyard small world.

Make a farm animal using your hand or foot print.

 

Junk modelling activity: Make a tractor using a toilet roll and some bottles lids.

Watch an episode of the cbeebies series ‘Down on the farm’ to find out more about how the farm animals are looked after.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/

 

Find out what these animals babies are called:

 

  • Cow

 

  • Horse

 

  • Pig

 

  • Chicken

 

Practise naming the different things on the word mat on the next page

  Home Learning 11.5.20

This sheet is your MUST DO activities

All activities are about 10-15 minutes suggested learning time of what you should do this week.

Day Writing/ Reading Phonics/ Sight words Maths Wider Curriculum
Monday

 Re-enact the story of We’re Going on a Bear Hunt with cosmic yoga

https://www.youtube.com/

Practise recognising the following sight words:

 

I, my, mum, dad, like, to, go is, the, look

 

For an extra challenge you could try and put some of them in a simple sentence e.g. I like my mum

Play number pairs with a member of your family.

To do this you will need to make some flashcards with numbers 1-5 on. Make 2 cards for each number.

 

Lay out the cards and take it in turns to turn 2 cards over – are they a matching pair? What numbers do they say? The winner is the person with the most pairs at the end. You can do more numbers if you would like.

 Here’s a list of things you can also do over the week:

 

Get some daily exercise.

You could use one of these sites:

*PE with Joe Wicks

https://www.youtube.com/

*gonoodle 

http://gonoodle.com/

*gonoodle 

https://www.youtube.com/

 

Read your library book or another book from home.

Can you find any of our sight words or letters from your name in the writing?

 

Practise signing different nursery rhymes.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/

 

Watch numberblocks on cbeebies at 1:30 pm

Tuesday

Practise writing your name or tracing over a pattern. Don’t forget your froggy fingers!

 

Send me a photo of how you get on.

Hide the teddy

Get your grown up to hide a teddy in a room and you have to find it by listening to their voice. Grown ups you have to sing loudly when they are near the teddy and quietly when they are not so they use their ears to work out where it is.

Number sequencing

Using the number flash cards you made yesterday, practise putting the numbers 1-5 in order. Think about what number you need next.

Top tip: If you are unsure what comes next, go back to the beginning and count on to help you work it out.

Send me a photo of how you get on.
Wednesday

Retell the story of We’re Going on a Bear Hunt to your grownup.

 

Think about what happened at the start of the story, what came next and what happened at the end.

Clapping the syllables in words

The word ‘circle’ has two syllables in it. If we clap the syllables in the word circle we do two claps. Cir-cle.

Can you clap the syllables in these words and work out how many they have?

Crocodile, triangle, penguin, tiger, cow, helicopter, horse, rectangle, hippopotamus

Email me your answers.

Play one of these games:

  • Snap
  • Dominoes
  • Snakes and ladders
  • Make a hop scotch

Any board game you have where you roll a dice or count how many you have of something

Thursday

Practise writing your name or tracing over a pattern. Don’t forget your froggy fingers!

 

Need an extra challenge? Try writing your surname.

Guess the sound

Follow the link and select the game Sound Starters. You have to press the buttons and guess what sound it is.

https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/

This website is free to use. The username is march20 and the password is home.

 Five Little Speckled Frogs

Watch the video and count along on your fingers. What do you have to do each time a frog jumps into the pool?

 

Top tip: Pause the video so you have time to count the frogs left on the log.

Friday

Reread the Story of We’re Going on a Bear hunt. Draw a picture of one thing that happened in the story e.g. the river.

Send me a photo of your drawing.

Practise recognising the following sight words:

 

I, my, mum, dad, like, to, go is, the, look

More or fewer objects.

 

Complete the worksheet in your pack. Which group had more in? Try and use the word ‘more’. If that group has more, what about the other group? Try and use the word ‘fewer’.


This sheet is your COULD DO if you are hungry for more? 

Here’s some ideas of other things you could do at home over the next two weeks:

Our topic is We’re Going on a Bear Hunt 

 Home Learning 04.5.20

This sheet is your MUST DO activities

All activities are about 10-15 minutes suggested learning time of what you should do this week.

Day Writing/ Reading Phonics/ Sight words Maths Wider Curriculum
Monday

Read the story of We’re Going on a Bear Hunt. It is in your pack if you don’t have the book at home. 

 

We re going on a bear hunt Script for pack

Practise recognising the following sight words:

 

I, my, mum, dad, like, to, go is, the, look

 

For an extra challenge you could try and put some of them in a simple sentence e.g. I like my mum

This week we are learning all about the number:

 5

 

Have ago at the number 5 worksheet in your pack.

Number 5 worksheet

 Here’s a list of things you can also do over the week:

 

Get some daily exercise.

 

 

 

 Read your library book or another book from home.

Can you find any of our sight words or letters from your name in the writing?

 

Practise signing different nursery rhymes. Go to

 

Watch numberblocks on cbeebies at 1:30 pm 

Tuesday

Practise writing your name or tracing over a pattern. Don’t forget your froggy fingers!

 

Send me a photo of how you get on.

Musical statues 

Play musical statues. When the music stops you have to freeze. Can you grown up catch you out or are you an amazing listener!

Practise forming the number 5.

You could write it with a pencil, paint or chalk. You could make it with Lego or with playdough. You could dip your finger in water and write it on newspaper or on a paving stone outside.

Send me a photo of your number 5. 

Wednesday

Reread/ rewatch the Story of We’re Going on a Bear Hunt.

 

Role play the story with your family or some little figures.

 

Top tip: This story is great for roleplaying in the garden at home or out on your daily walk.

 I Spy  

Using the I spy sheet in your pack, try to find the pictures that start with the same sound e.g. bee, balloon, bear.

 

I Spy Image Poster.pdf

Play one of these games:

  • Snap
  • Dominoes
  • Snakes and ladders
  • Make a hop scotch

Any board game you have where you roll a dice or count how many you have of something

Thursday

Practise writing your name or tracing over a pattern. Don’t forget your froggy fingers!

 

Need an extra challenge? Try writing your surname.

Nursery rhyme concert

 

Put on a performance of your favourite nursery rhymes. You could add actions to your rhyme, sing it fast or slow, be really loud or do it in a silly voice!

 

Send me a video of you singing your favourite nursery rhyme.

Practise recognising numbers 1-10.

 

Touch your nose every time you see the number 5.

 

Find 5 of the same object in your house e.g. 5 pencils, 5 spoons, 5 socks. 

Friday Bank Holiday Bank Holiday Bank Holiday


This sheet is your COULD DO if you are hungry for more? 

Here’s some ideas of other things you could do at home over the next two weeks:

Our topic is We’re Going on a Bear Hunt 

Home Learning 27.4.20

This table contains your MUST DO activities

All activities are about 10-15 minutes suggested learning time of what you should do this week.

Day

Writing/ Reading

Phonics/ Sight words

Maths

Wider Curriculum

Monday

Read/ watch the story of Jack and the Beanstalk. Role play the story with your family or some little figures.

 Download the ebook on twinkl.com (create a free account using the code CVDTWINKLHELPS).

 Select the link for ‘Parents’, then ‘Home Learning for School Closures’, then in the search bar type ‘Jack and the Beanstalk ebook’ and download the book

OR click below to watch a video of the story on https://www.youtube.com

Practise recognising the following sight words:

 

I, my, mum, dad, like, to, go is, the, look

 

For an extra challenge you could have ago at writing them.

Number Hunt

You can either do this on your daily walk or at home.

If you go for a walk look out for different numbers on. They could be house numbers, license plates, bus numbers etc… Take a picture if you see the number 4!

Or you could write numbers on small pieces of paper and get your grown up hide them around your house. When you bring it back to your grown up tell them the number!

Here’s a list of things you can also do over the week:

 Get some daily exercise.

You could use one of these sites:

*PE with Joe Wicks

https://www.youtube.com/

user/thebodycoach1

*gonoodle  http://gonoodle.com

*Cosmic Kids yoga https://www.youtube.com/

user/CosmicKidsYoga 

 Read your library book or another book from home.

Can you find any of our sight words or letters from your name in the writing?

 

Practise signing different nursery rhymes. Go to

https://www.bbc.co.uk/

cbeebies/watch/playlist-something-special-nursery-rhymes

 Watch numberblocks on cbeebies at 1:30 pm

 

Tuesday

Practise writing your name or tracing over a pattern. Don’t forget your froggy fingers!

Send me a photo of how you get on.

Listening to animal sounds

Watch the video and play the game. Can you guess which animal is making the sound?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qd6wZHUDCUg

Go on search for different ways of showing the number 4. E.g. 4 on a domino, 4 in a pack of cards, 4 on the dice, a toy animal with four legs, a square or rectangle (4 sides, 4 corners), 4 on a birthday card or badge.

Collect them altogether and send me a picture.

Wednesday

Retell the story of Jack and the Beanstalk to your grownup.

 

Think about what happened at the start of the story, what came next and what happened at the end.

 Match the rhyming words

Follow the link and select the game Cake Bake to play. You have to match the words that rhyme.

https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/

resources/phase/1

This website is free to use. The username is march20 and the password is home.

Play one of these games:

Snap

Dominoes

Snakes and ladders

Make a hop scotch

Any board game you have where you roll a dice or count how many you have of something

Thursday

Practise writing your name or tracing over a pattern. Don’t forget your froggy fingers!

 

Making animal sounds with your voice

Pretend to go on a walk through the jungle. Think of all the different animals that live there. What sound do they make? Make as many different animal sounds as you can think of. The louder the better!

Count out toys or objects in your house and match them to the correct number.

Try this with numbers 1-5 first and then try numbers 1-10. E.g 4 : 4 cars, 6: 6 spoons, 10: 10 pieces of dupolo.

Friday

Draw a picture of the giant. How would you describe him? Is he tall, grumpy, kind etc…

Send me a photo of your drawing.

Practise recognising the following sight words:

I, my, mum, dad, like, to, go is, the, look

Practise saying numbers in order from 1-10 or 1-20. Use this videos to help you if you need it.

1-10

https://www.youtube.com

 

1-20

https://www.youtube.com

  

This sheet is your COULD DO if you are Hungry for more? 

Here’s some ideas of other things you could do at home over the next two weeks:

Our topic is growing/ Spring!

 

Measure the different people in your house. Talk about who is the tallest? Who is the shortest?

 

Now have ago at ordering some of your toys by height. You could do this with your teddies or action models. Which toy is the tallest? Which toy is the shortest?

Junk modelling activity: Make the giants castle using empty boxes around your house e.g. cereal boxes, yogurt pots etc…

If you have different coloured paints you could do some fruit and vegetable printing.

 Put the different coloured paint out on to different plates. Cut the fruit and vegetables in half. Put the fruit or vegetable into the paint and print it on to some paper.

 You could use an old newspaper if you don’t have any other paper around.

Draw a picture of a healthy dinner plate. Talk with your grown up about which foods are healthy and which foods aren’t.

Take a walk in your garden or look out your window. Can you see any signs of Spring e.g. leaves starting to grow on the trees, how is the weather changing?

 

Have ago at planting a seed.

  You will need soil, a pot (you could use a large yogurt pot) and the seeds of your choice e.g. sunflower seeds.

 Plant your seed and watch it grow. Don’t forget to water it every day! 

 

Practise naming the different things on the word mat on the next page

 

Easter Challenge Answers

You can tweet your score at @BFPSOfficial

 

Easter Challenge Activities

The Great BFPS Family Easter Quiz Challenge

 

Have fun as a family answering the Easter Quiz questions. There are 20 general knowledge questions and a picture round. When you have completed the quiz, email your answers back to your child’s class teacher at their home learning email address. If you have more than one child at the school, you can send your answers to all of their class teachers. Closing date for replies is Sunday 19th April 2020. If you are the brainiest family in your child’s class, you will receive an email from the teacher letting you know that you have won!

There are no prizes, just glory!

The answers will be posted in the Home Learning section of the school website on Monday 20th April 2020. We invite you to mark your own and join in our Twitter feed by telling us your score in the twitter comments! Get ready for the quiz by following Braunstone Frith Primary School on Twitter.

Below are some suggestions if you are running out of entertainment ideas over the Easter holidays - Stay safe and have fun!

 

It is important that your child doesn't miss out on their education because of this closure. We have made every effort to ensure that your child can carry on learning and maintain their progress. To this end, your child has been sent home with a Home Learning Pack.

Inside each pack are home learning sheets with activities. These activities can be repeated on a daily basis. They can be recorded in the book or sheets provided as part of the pack. Year 6 children have been provided with past papers. There are also a list of websites that you can visit and programmes your children can watch.

The home learning books will be checked by the class teacher on your child's return to school.

Your child should be doing the following activities each day;

  • Reading / Spelling / Sight words
  • A Writing activity
  • A Maths activity

Should you have any questions you can contact your child's class teacher using the email address for their year group. Emails will be responded to during working hours. 

homelearningfs1@braunstonefrith.leicester.sch.uk

 

Home Learning Activities

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Pack b

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