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Thursday 14th January 2021

Here is a suggested timetable for your day.



9 – 10:30

Missing letter, Phonics, leading your learning

10:30 – 11

Snack / Break / Playtime

11 – 12

Missing number, Maths, leading your learning

12 – 1


1 – 1:20

Phonic Bug Club daily reading

1:20 – 3

Learning menu / Leading your learning

3 – 3:20

Story time


Please modify the timetable to suit you and your family!


After missing letter, it’s time for phonics! Follow the link below to your lesson today. As we do cursive handwriting in school, I’ve also included a video link to the formation of ‘n’ in cursive. You’ll need a pen/pencil and paper J


Learn to read ‘n’ lesson: Click link here.

 cursive letter formation practise:  Click link here.


Training your brain to read tricky words:

Everyday we're going to be taking a closer look at our tricky words! 


Watch this video for the tricky word of the day:

Train your brain to read 'to'

Join me in sounding out and saying our tricky word smiley



yes Can you write the tricky word in flour, rice or custard? Maybe you might like to write it in bubbles in the bath, or chalk? I wonder who can be the most creative!

yes Say our tricky word in a sentence! If you feel up to a challenge, can you write your tricky word in a short sentence or caption?


2. Read and write:


Watch this clip of Geraldine the giraffe! à Click link here.


3. Practise reading:

Play phonics games assigned to you on Bug Club Phonics. Click link here.


I wonder how many things you can find that contain today's phoneme around your home? Show me on Tapestry!



1: To get your brain ticking away, have a go at this activity ‘Ladybird Spots’! Click on ‘Counting’, ‘How Many?’ and then ‘1 to 5’. Have fun! Click on this link.

2: Then for your lesson, watch this video - Click on this link!

3. See if you can have a go at the activity below. Remember to show me on tapestry!

Daily Reading

Click here


Lead your learning

Find, create, explore and discover your own ideas for activities in the afternoon. Surprise me with something to do with our new topic, some craft ideas, baking, football, construction, mark making, painting, dancing…anything goes! I’d love to see what you all get up to on tapestry! If you’re stuck for ideas, take a look at the suggestions on our learning menu, or browse the list of useful websites if you have access to a tablet or computer. Remember, if it’s your show and tell day, you can upload your show and tell for me to share with the class too.


Story time

Mrs Sowden will post a link for the story tomorrow afternoon at 3:30pm on here and tapestry J


See you tomorrow Reception!

Story time - The Three Little Wolves and the Big Bad Pig by Eugene Trivizas