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Read the word cards together and discuss which card belongs to which picture. Shuffle the word cards and share them between two players. The oldest player starts the game by turning over a card and placing it face up on the table or floor. Each player then takes turns placing cards, face up, next to the card. When the word card and picture card match that’s SNAP! The player with most cards at the end wins.
Look at the /oo/ words below. Can you read them out loud? These words are all jumbled up in this wordsearch. Can you find them? Put a tick next to each word that you find.
Here is a list of words that cover the spelling rules children are expected to learn by the end of Reception. How many can you spell?
This portrait and peg activity will help you learn to read and spell your name and give you a fantastic opportunity to look at how wonderfully unique and special you are.
Iggy the inchworm likes to collect all things that start with the same sound as his name – ‘i’. Use a pencil or crayon to match Iggy to all the things that begin with ‘i’.
Words rhyme when they sound the same at the end like dog and frog. Can you match the flags to the rhyming sandcastles?
Starting school is a very exciting time! Think about what you are excited about and practise some of the skills you have developed this year with this activity sheet.
Have you noticed that many words start with the same sound like sun, star, and slippers? Have a look at these object and see if you recongise the sounds they start with, then cut out the petals and see if you can match the sounds.
At the beginning of May and on May Day people celebrate with lots of traditions like maypole dancing and making flower crowns. The celebrations usually involve lots of colours and flowers. Today, you are going to have your own celebration, paint your own super colourful plant pot and plant some flower seeds.
Building the strength in your fingers will help you when you start to write at school. Use matching coloured pencils or crayons to trace over the dotted lines to create the colourful ribbons of the maypole.
Listening to words and recognising which ones start with the same sound is an important skill to learn. Listen to the sounds at the beginning of the words and park the cars in the correct car park.
Father’s Day is a special day to celebrate the fantastic dads, grandpas or other special people in your life and all that they do for you. Today you are going to think about your daddy or special someone and why they are special to you.
Today you are going to explore the colours you can see during this time of year. Visit a nature reserve or a local park with some crayons and this sheet and have a look at all the different colours you can see. Which colours can you find?
This creative colouring activity will help you practise your number recognition skills and strengthen your writing muscles.
Knowing how to read and write your name is an important skill to master. Playing this game will help you learn to recognise, spell, and write your own name.
Do you want to build a snowman? Today, you will build a snowman that will spell out your name (no real snow required!).
Can you help Santa load his sleigh ready for Christmas Eve? Follow the instructions to colour the presents and then cut them out and stick them onto the sleigh.
Have you ever seen a beautiful rainbow? You might see one when there are lots of sunshine and rain showers in the same day. Read this rainbow poem with your little one and talk about your favourite colours, then follow the instructions to make a windsock.
In February, many people worldwide celebrate Valentine’s Day and show someone how much they love them. This activity will help you to think about all the people and things in your life that you love and make you feel loved.
Read this classic nursery rhyme to your little learner and then encourage them to learn it by heart — perhaps they can even recite it to family or friends. Then your child can make a lamb of their own following the
The start of a new year is very exciting! Help your little one to think about the year ahead and challenge them to draw a picture of something they are excited about this year.