Weekly and termly home learning ReadingIt's important that your child has a go at practising their reading as much as possible. When you have read with your child, make a note in their reading record ready for their book change day. Your child will be sent home key words which they need to practise reading. Have a go at reading these with your child at the breakfast table or after bath time! Example of some key words Example of a reading book Writing Reading and writing are both equally very important. It is great if your child can practise lots of amazing writing at home. The children can use their blue log books to practise writing their name, sounds and words in. You could use their reading book as inspiration to write some wonderful sentences! Encourage your child to have a go at writing their key words once they have read them. Maths Using objects from around the house is a fab way to practise maths! The children are and willing be focusing lots on the number bonds to 10. These are the two number which get added together to equal 10. See if your children can make a number sentence to equal 10 using forks or pasta or cars. Following this, encourage them to write the number sentence in their log books so we can see the amazing learning they have been doing at home. Using objects from around the home or outside can also support your child with exploring shape and pattern. Music Please see the link below for details about the Musician of the Month project. There are lots of different projects that you can take part in from performances to creative options! Please send them to Miss Buck or give them to your teachers to send forward- prizes available for the best projects!