EYFS - Summer Support

We hope that you enjoy the activities that have been planned for you. Follow the links below to access the recommended webpages and videos to help you to practise the knowledge that you have learnt this year. 

 

Reading

Each week, read one of your books from your virtual book bag. Try to read little and often.Practise reading the common exception words from your word walls. Make another set, cut them out and go on a word hunt, play a game of snap or matching pairs. Can you spot any of these words in a book? Remember it’s also important to listen to stories too, you can watch and listen to stories on these websites:

Writing

Each week, write a diary entry in your summer diary. This could be things you have done, things you have enjoyed or things you are looking forward to. Remember to write in super sentences! We can’t wait to share your writing in September to look at your memories of Summer 2021!

 

Phonics

Have a look at the videos below. Watch a video each week and complete the activities to practise your phonics. Cut up the graphemes on the phonics wall and use them to teach a grown up the phase 3 digraphs and trigraphs. You can also use these to go on a digraph hunt, add other letters to build words and write them in your book or play games such as matching pairs or snap.

You can practise your phonics by playing games on these websites (choose phase 2, 3 or 4):

Handwriting

 Each week, watch one of the handwriting videos about one of the families of letters. Practise writing each family of letters on the handwriting sheets.

Maths

Watch the video ‘Number formation 1-10’ below and practise forming your numbers. 

You can watch maths videos and you can play games using these websites:

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Middlewich Primary School

Park Road,
Middlewich, Cheshire
CW10 9BS


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Main Contact: Mrs B. Stephens.

Tel: 01606 652321
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