May 10, This is the book which was a child's choice to read out of our topic story box at storytime.
Hungry Caterpillar Reading with Phonics This month The Learning Lady has been working with some Reception classes to explore the minibeasts in their school grounds.
The planning and resourcing for these activities went down a storm at The Nursery and Primary Show in Bournemouth last month…. Point to each letter as the children join in with saying each sound, blending the sounds to read the whole word all together.
Also revise the tricky words before beginning. Practise reading the instructions all together. The children will probably need the process of rereading the sentence after the blending of each new word demonstrating in detail.
Expect each child to attempt to read the instructions independently. Support and challenge as needed. After reading each sentence, the children must use the resources to create a caterpillar, step by step. Look listen and note as the children work Variations Help less able children with plenty of adult support.
Work in much smaller groups, reading each step collaboratively.
Challenge more able children by providing them with more complex instructions. You could also make this even more challenging by cutting up the sequence of instructional steps for the children to order before beginning.
The Sweet Smell of Success! Can the children… maintain attention and concentrate to complete the activity? However, it slowly raises the expectation and gives a purpose to reading which the children will relate to.
In my experience this is always a popular choice of independent activity following this guided session and can be a great activity for the children to take home and do too.
Why not use these resources for: Child initiated reading in the creative area Homework Creating a fab Hungry Caterpillar display to be proud of!Minibeast Role-Play Masks - Black and White (SB) A useful group of minibeast printable black and white masks for role- play that can be coloured in by your pupils.
Includes minibeasts such as ladybird, grasshopper, bee, snail and more. A minibeast hunt is a fun way to get children outdoors with plenty of opportunities for learning including a variety of EYFS goals.
A Minibeast hunt can cover a number of EYFS goals Writing names of minibeasts or simple sentences about the minibeasts that they have found. Find and save ideas about Mini beasts on Pinterest. | See more ideas about Minibeast art, Playdough activities and Minibeasts eyfs.
Spring Writing Worksheets Science, Reading and Writing - 80 pages (early years foundation stage) activities are suitable for babies, toddlers, preschool, and can easily be adapted for reception and or. Visual Timetable for KS1 (SB) A colourful set of printable cards featuring all of the major activities, subjects and areas of learning covered in Reception and Key Stage 1.
This lovely set of colouring sheets feature a selection of different images all related to this topic. Great for a variety of activities, you can use them to reinforce fine motor skills, as inspiration for independent writing, or just for fun! Try putting the finished pictures up on display, or send them home for the parents.
Explore the world of Minibeasts with our selection of FREE downloadable EYFS and KS1 minibeasts teaching resources including a Minibeast Spotter, Dot to Dot, Colouring Sheets and much more.