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Hartshill Calendar Competition
Would you like to see your photograph or picture included in this year’s Hartshill and Harpfield’s calendar? If so, we would like you to take a photograph or draw or paint a picture that represents your experience of life in the area during the Covid-19 lock-down. All entries need to be emailed to your class teacher by Monday 6th July along with the parental consent form (which can be downloaded below). All rules can also be viewed on the information sheet.
Entries will fall under three age categories:
6 years and under 7-9 years 10-12 years
One book token prize will be given out to the best picture/photograph in each age category
Click below for the downloadable information sheet and consent form:
Foundation Stage 2
Each child in Foundation 2 will have been given their own personal overview of where they are currently working in number, reading and writing development. They will have their next objectives highlighted with some supporting activities if necessary.
During school closure you can also access the following websites to further support your child's learning:
Information and Numbots login details have already been sent home.
You may also enjoy watching Jack Hartmann videos including subitizing and numberbonds to 10 that children can join in with.
Other ideas that would be really beneficial would be:
- to practice number and letter formation
- to read to your child everyday
- count household objects with your child
- help your child to read their new common exception words
- help your child to spell some of their easier common exception words
- help your child with their cvc words and pictures or yellow words
- recognising the 2d shapes, circle, square, rectangle and triangle
- recognising the 3d shapes, cube, cuboid, sphere and cylinder.
As you are aware we follow the Read Write Phonics program in school. The following web address provides useful phonic guidance to support the teaching of yellow words (set 2 sounds).
For prayer and liturgy ideas that you can do at home and other RE resources look on the Catholic Life page:
Following the YouTube video 'How to Draw a Bee' uploaded on Monday 27th April, click here to view the instructions.
For simple instructions on how to draw various other animals please click on the animal name below:
How to draw an owl
How to draw a cat
How to draw a monkey
How to draw a fish
How to draw an elephant
How to draw a butterfly
How to draw a caterpillar
How to draw a frog
How to draw a lion
How to draw a car
How to draw a flower
Exciting news, you now have access to free online ebooks:
Please click onto the TEACHER sign in with the following details: