EYFS Home Learning

Please remember to use the resources listed on the main Home Learning overview page such as Bug Club, Abacus, Oddizzi and Purple Mash.

We have provided some additional links and resources for parents to help with home schooling during this time. Good luck to everybody during this new and difficult time. We hope you can enjoy spending time together learning and having some fun! 

 

 

EYFS Spring topic overview

HL EYFS English wb 6 4 20

HL EYFS Maths wb 6 4 20

EYFS newsletter & tasks 6.4.20

 

Hey Grandude topic overview

HL EYFS English wb 30 3 20

HL EYFS Maths wb 30 3 20

EYFS newsletter & tasks 30.3.2020

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/ will link to 5 maths activities matched to EYFS. This will be updated each week. Every activity comes with a short video showing you clearly and simply how to help your child to complete the activity successfully.

 

Ideas & websites to support our topics in EYFS

The life cycle of a butterfly
The life cycle of a frog
Parts of a plant song
Parts of a flower
Various interactive games about plants
Caterpillar ordering
The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Parts of the body
CBeebies Little learners
Maths games

 

Some other fun activities to try:

  • Try some cooking or baking together and then draw and label the ingredients that you used.
  • Create a treasure trail of words around the house/garden with clues describing where to find them. (see below for suitable words and refer to twinkl for specific word lists for phonics phases 2, 3 and 4 words)
  • Who has the best memory in your house? … Put a few items on a tray (for example, a crayon, an apple, a building brick, a toy car). Then look, cover, remember and check! Add more items to make to make it more challenging.
  • Look at some family photographs. Copy the image in the photograph onto some paper using pencils / crayons / paints. You could write a sentence to explain what is happening in the photo.
  • Make a puppet theatre using your teddies and toys to retell a favourite book.
  • Play throw and catch using a ball or a soft object. Count how many throws you can successfully complete. After every 2 rallies you could add these up using a numberline eg. 4 + 5 = 9
  • Log onto Active Learn and read every day.
  • Draw a picture of what you have done and write a sentence about it.
  • Write numbers to 20 on post-it notes and place them on the floor. Jump on a number and say the number that is one more / 1 less.
  • Go on the website http://www.letters-and-sounds.com/  and play Phase 2 / 3 / 4 games.
  • Make a poster about a country. Draw the flag, an animal from that country and other information.
  • Cut out shapes and stick them on paper and make a shape picture.
  • Find a small box and see how many objects you can fit in the box.
  • Count forwards and backwards to 20.
  • Write your numbers and letters
  • Do some gardening or plant a seed / bulb
  • Go on a shape hunt, how many different shapes can you find?
  • Write down the different ways that make 10. You can use sweets , buttons, pieces of Lego etc. 3+7=10 4+6=10

Encourage the children to read and write these words. Start by pressing both palms together and ‘stretch’ the word out by separating your hands further apart with each sound in the word whilst saying each sound clearly out loud  eg. t – a – p. Then clap hands together and say the finished word –>  tap.