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Homework Summer 

Each term, there will be a set of homework tasks for your to child to complete, totally to 100 points or above. These will include a range of challenges for your child to complete throughout the term linking to our school theme. 


Completed homework challenges (which can be in the format of photos, videos, documents) can be shared or brought into school once finished. This is to be completed by the end of the term.


Alongside the termly homework challenges, children in reception also have their daily reading to do at home, which is to be recorded in their reading record, with feedback about their progress with that book. Children will also be provided with weekly homework tasks to complete in a separate homework book. Homework will be linked to learning taking place in school and is to be brought in once completed.


Please speak to us if you need any support with this. Thank you again for your support!


Homework Challenges Summer 

Launchpad for Literacy- Can you play I went to the shop and bought…See how many items you can remember in the correct order? 10 points.


Communication and Language- Can you verbally retell Farmer Duck, using story language and actions. Send us videos of you doing so.10 points


Personal Social Emotional Development- Can you make a list of good and bad choices people make when it comes to looking after animals.  10 points.


Physical Development- - Can you make your own obstacle course where you can practice balancing? This could be walking along tight beams, balancing beanbags on your head, etc. 10 points.


Literacy- Can you write a retell of Farmer Duck using simple sentences. Use your recorded retell to help you, from your communication and language challenge.15 points.


Maths- Can you recognise odd and even numbers? See how many odd and even numbers you can find when you are out and about. This could be door numbers, price tags, numbers on cars. Tell your grown up the number you see and identify if it is odd or even. Let us know what you find!  10 points.


Understanding The World- What is your favourite animal from anywhere in the world? Research this and write down some facts about it? 5 points for each ocean.


Expressive Arts and Design- Can you make your very own farm animal using outdoor materials? Think about the features it has! 15- points.


Rights and Respecting Schools- Research the rights from the numbers off your door number. What rights did you find out? 10 points.


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