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Let’s find out which eye colour is the most common amongst your family and friends! You can record your results on this pictogram.
Can you move this fish across the carpet without touching it? Let's have a race...
Can you draw a line to take each baby to its mum?
When it is time to change over your child’s wardrobe from season to season or you are having a big clear out, take the opportunity to involve them and look at what different clothes are made from. Talk about the materials the clothes are made from and together look at the labels showing their properties.
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?
Introduce your child to phonics sounds with TheSchoolRun's FREE Phonics taster pack. You'll find phonics sounds mats and five games to play with Reception and Year 1 children, all designed to boost their confidence with phonics learning and help them practise their skills the fun way.
Practise the /ow/ sound with this reading comprehension – read the passage with your child and then ask them the questions that follow.
Practise spotting words with ‘oo’ in them with this reading comprehension. Read the passage with your child and then ask them the questions that follow.
Practise the /oi/ sound with this reading comprehension – read the passage with your child and then ask them the questions that follow.
Practise the /ai/ sound with this reading comprehension – read the passage with your child and then ask them the questions that follow.
Cut out these colourful flashcards – with exception words that Reception children need to learn – and see how many you can spell.
Let's play bingo! Each player chooses six exception words to write on their bingo board then take it in turns to pick a card and read it out. The other player checks to see if the word is on their bingo mat, crossing it out if they do. The winner is the person to cross all their words out first.
Let's try some exception words speed sorting! Cut out the word cards and shuffle them. How fast can you sort them into the correct space in the table, based on the number of letters in the word?
Exception words are words in which the English spelling code works in an unusual or uncommon way. Read these exception words then get out your scissors and glue! We are going to make some word and picture cylinders.
This activity is designed to help develop your child’s understanding of the order of everyday events. Look at the images, which represent things that happen throughout the day, and see if you can order them correctly.
This racing game will help develop your child’s understanding of positioning items according to their place in a group using ordinal numbers (first, second, third, etc.).
Complete the simple additions and subtractions, then cut out the pieces of the puppy’s house. Help your child stick them on the background picture one at a time in the correct order, based on the answers to the calculations.
Can you find all the items in these images. You'll need to use words like 'in', 'on' and 'under'.
This Teddy Bears’ picnic game is designed to support children’s understanding of counting out objects from a larger group and then sharing them into equal, smaller groups.
Using letter arrow cards, can you work out which sound could go in the blank arrow in these words?
Can you spell these words? Using a set of letter arrow cards, write the word that represents each picture. How many did you get right?
These letter arrow cards an help you practise putting sounds together to make some words. Cut them out and use them to show off your word-building skills now!
Fancy a game of Rhyming Words? Take it in turns to choose a card, then see how many rhyming words you can make. The player with the most rhyming words wins that round.