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Lyndhurst Infant School

Lyndhurst Infant School

Early Years End of Year Expectation

To support your child's learning at home please use the Home Access Details found in the home contact book to access useful websites.  We would welcome any more WOW moments to share the achievements of your child.  Pinterest has lots of fun ideas for rainy days!  A website called 'Busy things' is offering month's membership for £1 with a range of exciting learning games. 

https://www.busythings.co.uk/

Literacy

Please use the key words in the home contact book to practise reading and spelling them.  You could also ask you child to write them into a sentence.  

Please continue to read with your child or share a story together. Bug club will have the relevant level of books for you to access on line. 

https://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk/login?c=0

Numbers.  

By the end of Reception are expected to recognise and order numbers to 20.  Please take some time to play board games, dice games, counting games to support this.  If your child has a number pack please use it to practise numeral recognition in any order. ICT games website has a range of free maths games for you to access at home.

https://www.ictgames.com/

Summer Term Learning Activities

There are lots of lovely activities planned this half term that you can do at home to support your child's learning.

Land Art - create a picture or some patterns using natural materials that you find in the outdoor environment, eg: in the garden, beach or woods.                                                    There are some ideas below for inspiration.

Photos of summer - using hands as a frame take a 'photo' of summer, or think of a special summer memory. Sketch, paint, colour or collage the picture that is in your head to make your photo. 

Baking or cooking - besides making something delicious to enjoy baking is a fantastic opportunity to explore how adding different ingredients and cooking them can change a mixture. Talk to your child about any changes they can see when mixing or adding ingredients from the recipe and compare the differences between being uncooked and cooked food, eg: colour, size, texture, taste, thickness. Why do they think it has changed?                                                                                                                                  For something yummy to make click the link below for a simple Gingerbread recipe!

We always enjoy seeing any pictures or writing from your home learning that you'd like to share with us. You can send or email it to the school office so we can see all the wonderful learning you've been doing.