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Topic and General Home Learning

Please see below a selection of home learning, linked to our current topic and other areas of learning, like physical development and people and communities. 

There are also some short captions about the current situation from some of our favourite book characters below that you might like to share with your children.

You can find more specific home learning on the phonics, literacy and maths home learning pages.  These will be updated weekly.  Just hover over our reception class page tab to find them!

Remember - We'd love to see your learning so please do keep in touch, sending messages and photos to us at: 

h.stclair@barnburghprimary.com   j.johnson@barnburghprimary.com   a.peace@barnburghprimary.com   s.norman@barnburghprimary.com

W/C 29.06.20 - Topic Learning 

Which creatures live in the sea? 

Why not have a go at creating some of them?

Look at these craft ideas!
Look at these craft ideas!

W/C 22.06.20 - Health Eating Week at Home 

This week is the 'BNF Healthy Eating Week.'

There are seven challenges: 

  1. Eat well 
  2. Eat more wholegrains 
  3. Have 5 A DAY 
  4. Drink plenty 
  5. Get active 
  6. Be mind kind - help a friend or neighbour 
  7. Make a change

There are two cook-a-long videos each day (M-F) for you to take part in - CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE SITE.

W/C 15.06.20 - Topic Learning 

This week we, lots of Reception children are returning to school. Our main focus this week will be on hand washing and good hygiene routines and settling back in with our friends. 

We will also do some topic-based activities.

 

Why not have a go at some of these great topic ideas at home! 

W/C 08.05.20 - Topic Learning: Save Our Seas

Videos: https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/joinin/how-to-help-our-oceans

Why not create your own sea or seaside play scene? To begin with, make it lovely and let the children really enjoy it! Talk about how the wildlife are happy and safe. Then, add pollution, such as litter. How does this change things? How does this impact the wildlife? 

     

    

W/C 01.06.20 - RE Learning: Pentecost 

On Sunday 31st May, Christians around the world celebrated Pentecost. 

Watch this little video to learn about the story of Pentecost.

Why not retell the story yourself? You could create your own little video. There are a some colouring sheets too! 

W/C 01.06.20 - Topic Learning: Commotion in the Ocean!

Welcome to our new topic, Commotion in the Ocean!  

Why not have a go at some of the topic-based learning and activities below? Keep sending over your photos - we love to see all of your home learning! 

W/C 18.05.20 - Mental Health Awareness Week 

This year's theme is KINDNESS! 

Here are our challenges for you this week... How many will you do?! 

You can send in your photos or messages to:   

h.stclair@barnburghprimary.com       j.johnson@barnburghprimary.com      a.peace@barnburghprimary.com

You can also access age-appropriate videos and podcasts here:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/radio/whats-the-big-idea-kindness 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/52557800

By Charlie Mackesy - The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse
By Charlie Mackesy - The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse

W/C 11.05.20 - Topic Learning: Down in the Jungle

Remember there are more home learning ideas below if you haven't seen these already!

 

Why not have a go at some of the topic-based learning and activities below? Keep sending over your photos - we love to see all of your home learning! 

 

Check out this website to find out about different animals: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006m9ny/clips 


Find out about the jungle. Why not write down your favourite fact?
Can you make a jungle animal mask?
Can you make a jungle animal mask?

Have a game of jungle animal top trumps!

W/C 04.05.20 - VE Day 2020

This year marks 75 years since the end of the war in Europe. 

On this 75th anniversary we, and our friends around the world, think about the bravery and courage of the people who helped us during the war. 

 

Below you will find lots of activities and information linked to VE Day. 

If you are celebrating at home, why not send us some pictures? We'd love to see how you're celebrating! 

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 Design a Medal.pdfDownload
 Simple WW2 Spitfire Glider Activity Paper Craft.pdfDownload
 Union Jack Template Display Bunting.pdfDownload
 VE Day Colouring Page.pdfDownload
 VE Day Display Bunting.pdfDownload
 VE Day Information.pdfDownload
 VE Day Paper.docxDownload
 Wartime Recipe Booklet.pdfDownload
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W/C 27.04.20 - RE Learning: Ramadan 

What is Ramadan? 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/23286976

Here are some activities you may like to do at home... 

Since the beginning of Ramadan is decided based on moon sightings, why not have some fun and look at how the moon’s phases change every day? These moon sighting binoculars are perfect for the task!

In the days before smart phones and alarm clocks, many villages had a designated Ramadan drummer. This person would wake up really early and start walking through the streets beating his drum, waking everyone up so they wouldn’t miss their Sehri. Why not make your own drums at home? 

The Curious George books are popular among little ones worldwide, and this Ramadan edition is part of the series. This is a truly adorable story about George helping his friend, Kareem, to keep his fast. The two learn about Ramadan and also figure out ways to get through a fasting day! There are lots of readings of this story on YouTube.

Ramadan is a time for setting good habits and doing as many good deeds as possible. Why not keep a track of your good deeds with the help of a good deeds tree? Use it to record everything, like helping Mummy or Daddy make tea, being kind to brothers and sisters, or staying at home during the Coronavirus pandemic to keep others safe. 

Summer 1 Topic - Down in the Jungle  

The sheets/templates to support the topic home learning challenges were sent home with the children on their last day or delivered to those who were isolating. 

If you would like another copy, just click on the links below to access each of them: 

 

2. Reading activity 

3. Writing activity

5. Counting activity - part one, part two

6. Shape, space and measure activity 

Get Moving with... Kixx! 

Click on the link below to be directed to some Kixx videos on YouTube. They are great for young children! 

The videos include routines to follow on screen, like wake up shake up, ideas for games in the garden and lots of warm ups! Go on... check it out! 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyNG9LBfnbR-d3GWsXumH-g

Outdoor Learning Resources

Click on the links below for some great website to support outdoor learning:

Creative Composting Challenge!

Why not get involved? 

PLEASE NOTE: The email address on the application form is incorrect. Entries should be emailed to bdr.events@renewi.com

Our friend, Jessica, has been busy making her own compost in her compost bin, Collin. She is using it to plant her seedlings.
Our friend, Jessica, has been busy making her own compost in her compost bin, Collin. She is using it to plant her seedlings.

Some of our favourite book characters on Coronavirus...

Online Safety Resources for 4-5 Year Olds 

Click on the link below to access a range of online safety resources, appropriate for Reception-aged children. 

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/Support-tools/home-activity-worksheets/early-years/?utm_source=Thinkuknow&utm_campaign=03f521e658-TUK_ONLINE_SAFETY_AT_HOME_21_04_20&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_0b54505554-03f521e658-64889565

CBeebies Resources

Did you know that CBeebies have lots of interactive games and ideas for little ones? Follow the links here: 

Head on over to the CBeebies website for lots more! 

Oak National Academy

Click on the link below to access a range of online lessons and resources for Reception children. Oak National Academy is a government-backed online learning platform. 

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/reception#subjects

Other Ideas for Home Learning...

Why not create a time capsule to remember this significant time?

Have a go at the 30-day Lego challenge! Send over your photos so that we can see your wonderful models! 

Do you like to investigate? Here are some great ideas to try at home...

'Classroom Secrets' have created some home learning packs, specifically for EYFS...