Micklands Primary School

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Uniform Information for Foundation Stage parents staring in September 2020

 

Foundation Stage Home Learning

Below are activities for you and your child to do during this time at home.  These are what we would cover in school, so completing as many of them as possible will ensure your child’s progress continues:

Watch Oliver’s Vegetables on Youtube to familiarise yourself with the story (Oliver’s Fruit Salad can also be watched)

Map out (sequence) the story of Oliver’s Vegetables using drawings or picture cards from www.twinkl.com

Choose 2 vegetables and write down as many words as possible to describe them (your child can have a go at sounding out these words by themselves)

Challenge: Write the story of Oliver’s Vegetables. Use the sequence cards to help you.

Make a vegetable soup and/or a fruit kebab.

Weigh your fruit and vegetables and compare the weight of them.

Write or draw your recipe. 

 

Read and listen to stories and rhymes (Youtube is great for this)

 

Phonics activities:

www.phonicsplay.co.uk

www.letters-and-sounds.com

 

Measure the length of vegetables using pasta, cubes, a ruler etc, and put them in order of size.

Printing with vegetables.  Cut vegetables in half and creating patterns in and pictures with paint.

 

Set up a shop:

 

Games for learning tricky words: 

https://www.pinterest.co.uk/carole0059/tricky-word-games/

 

Count out different amounts of foods (e.g. grapes, raisins) and share them with a friend/parent/teddy bear.  How many do you have each?

Challenge: Draw what you found out.

 

Start growing your own vegetables or flowers.

Go into your garden and draw or paint a picture of some flowers.