EYFS Home Learning
Return to School
World Book Day 2021
Remember to share your photos of any costumes and activities from World Book Day, Enjoy all sorts of books and have a day of fun exploring.
Spring Term 2 Week beginning 22nd February 2021 - A Theme of Colour and Rainbows
A template for your rainbow acrostic poem - put the first letter from the word rainbow on each line to start
Just to view, no need to print. Use these pictures to look at and add the describing colour to make a sentence , say it out loud. 'The Purple Cat is sleeping'
Using the style of 'what do you see?, I see a ...... (colour) animal looking at me.... Book template
Rainbow Storm Writing template for Friday
Make a promise for Lent
Powerpoint to help explain the Church season of Lent - you may also find a book or video clip that is suitable too.
Half Term Activities
Week beginning 08.02.21
Week Beginning 01.02.21 Foundation Phonics & Maths Planning
EYFS Worrysaurus Planner - You choose how and when you would like to try these activities. Links to the year group resources are listed below.
A Mindful Scavenger Hunt
A variety of Paper Resources to help you to soothe your worries, you will not need all of these, just choose which you want .
A prayer to share at the end of the day.
Timetable and resources for week beginning 25th January
14th January 21
Please see weblink below. We also have lots more information on our E-safety page. Go to 'Key Information - E-Safety'.
The DfE guidance requests schools to set a daily amount of home learning for children to do. As a minimum EYFS should aim to achieve 2 hours per day plus
a reading session.
20-30 mins of Literacy work to include Phonics
20-30 mins of Maths work
20-30 mins minimum of Physical activity
20-30 mins of another activity - craft - or fine motor skills like handwriting/colouring/playdough/ exploring water/sand. Watch an information programme or share an information book. Use Busythings for an educational game.
In addition to the above read on a daily basis some home books, ebooks as directed by school or some phonic phrases.