Reception Lime Miss Evans
- Adding and subtracting single digit numbers using a range of resources.
- Ordering numbers to twenty and beyond.
- Creating a pictogram.
- Retelling stories with a simple plot.
- Extending our vocabulary by writing lists and using describing words.
- Sequencing and writing instructions.
- Guided reading sessions
Helping children to develop a love of books – both fiction and non-fiction – is one of our principal aims in Reception. We share at least one book per day in class. It is really important that children are also exposed to books at home. An ideal time to share a book together is at bedtime, just before the child goes to sleep.
Your child will regularly bring home new books to share. These will include:
- a picture book from the library that you read to your child
- a reading book that they read to you
Children should read their reading book every day, even when this means re-reading it. Each time they read it, they will become a little more confident, and will eventually be able to read the words in different contexts, e.g. in other books, on signs, and so on.
Library books are changed on Tuesdays.
- Using tools and techniques effectively e.g. to make a fruit salad.
- Gymnastics in PE lessons – stretching and curling and balancing and making shapes.
- Forming lower case and capital letters correctly.
- Yoga sessions