A free taster of two afternoon activities linked to the book “Farmer Duck”. The activities include a writing and a creative activity we used when we did the topic of animals and had chicks in the classroom which the children got to watch hatch. Each activity has a few questions which teachers or TA’s could ask, as well as some challenge questions. These activities are suited to Reception aged children.
Based on the version by Nick Sharratt, this weekly plan has been created all ready for my Reception class for the first week in Spring term 2 when we return from our half term break. This should be a fun start to our topic of "Growth."
A range of afternoon activities linked to the topic of Autumn. There are two activities linked to our book of the week “So Much”. The activities include writing , creative, understanding the world and small world activities. There are 6 activities in total. Each activity has a few questions which teachers or TA’s could ask, as well as some challenge questions. These activities are suited to Reception aged children.
A lovely book for Reception in the Autumn term as they are settling into their new schooling environment. My class really enjoyed looking at the similarities and differences between our school day and the school day in the book. Great for helping to sequence the school day and setting a visual timetable.
One day's plan on Eid using the book "Sweet Dates to Eat", the 3 days planning on "Have You Filled a Bucked Today" based on Citizenship Week. 4 days worth of planning due to a trip on one day.