Spring Term Two 2022
People Who Help Us
This half term we are learning about our community and the people who help us by working within it. We will be learning about the Police and Fires services and people who work in Medical Professions.
Our Talk 4 Writing Text is The Little Red Hen, in which we will think about the ways we can help each other. We will even be working together to bake our own bread.
In RE we are learning about saying sorry and forgiveness.
Here are some more additional resources for EYFS children during
In Nursery and Reception we cover a variety of topics over a two year period. Please have a look at all the things we will be learning about over the next two years. You can also see what we are focussing on for this term.
Early Years Foundation Stage Long Term Planning
Planning subject to change based on children’s interests and learning needs.
Two Year Rolling Cycle
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Support your child's development at home...
- 1 cup of flour
- 1/2 cup of salt
- 1 tbsp cooking oil
- 1 tbsp cream of tartae
- 1 cup of boiling water
- Food colouring of desired choice.
Tips for Communicating with your child:
Check out the New government site Hungry Little Minds for activities to support children's Language development from Birth to 5 years. There are loads of Great activities ideas that are easy to do at home. https://hungrylittleminds.campaign.gov.uk/
In Nursery and Reception children are working towards or within the Read Write Ink Phonics scheme. Children who are not yet ready to access the scheme fully will access some Phase 1 phonics activities from Letters and Sounds to support them in developing their early phonics skills.
(Please see the Reading page for more information on Read, Write, Ink phonics)
In Phonics children learn the skills needed to read and write successfully and get the opportunity to apply their learnt skills. At home please make sure children in Reception regularly look at their phonics sheets in their homework file and practise saying these sounds.
Also regularly look at their reading book, which is phonetic, not forgetting to look at the questions in the covers of the book too.
Number recognition games can be very exciting for your child and free too!
Reading numbers on doors, car registration plates, on letters, on clocks, on calendars. Going on number hunts around the house or garden area are great fun!
Counting games can be done whenever and wherever. Whilst waiting in cues, whilst out shopping, whilst sitting in the car or even at meal times.