In every house on every street

This week in Reception the children have been taking part in lots of different activities inspired by the book ‘In every house on every street’. Some children have...

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This week in Reception the children have been taking part in lots of different activities inspired by the book ‘In every house on every street’. Some children have even had a go at labelling images from the story, building their own homes out of loose parts and wooden blocks. Maybe you could have a go at creating your own artwork inspired by different houses at home?

In Phonics this week the children have done some fantastic writing. We have been word building and sentence writing with our Unit 4 sounds (d, f, v, e). Could you try writing some of these words and sentences at home?

  • met, set, net, bed, pin, pan, pit
  • Dig a big dog a pit for a cat?

In Maths this week we have been exploring comparative language through a range of songs, games and activities. Can you practice using the language, more than, fewer than and equal to at home?

In Physical Education this week the children have been working together to build support balances. We have been very impressed by how the children were able to help each other and build imaginative static balances using different parts of their bodies. Please can you double check all clothes and shoes are labelled with your child’s name.

Next week:

  • In your reading folders next week, you will find your child’s nativity line. Please can you practice this line at home? (Please note that not all children will have a speaking part so if there is no slip of paper, please don’t worry).

We hope that you have an amazing weekend,

Reception team