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Friday 5th February

It's Fabulous Friday!


Good Morning Reception! We've made it to the end of another week of home learning. You and your grownups are all doing a fantastic job and we are so proud of you!


Let's start of our day by looking at some of your fantastic learning from yesterday:

Please drop us an email to - we love to see pictures of your fantastic learning!


Get Moving!


Which PE activity are you going to end your week with? Remember to have a look at our PE page if you want some ideas! Joe Wicks will be leading another live PE lesson at 9:30, access it here:


We are going to get ourselves ready for our learning by watching some of Oti's Boogie Beebies. Today she is going to teach us how to twist! -




Don't forget your last RML lesson of this week! Access it at the following link:


We have seen some absolutely amazing pieces of work that you have done during phonics this week! Could you send us some today?




Click on the link to remind yourself about the story of The Frog Prince:


Today I would like you to rewrite the end of the story. Can you remember how the story ended? Use the word mat below to boost your memory if you need to!



You could write something like:


The frog slept for 3 nights. The prince turned in to a frog.


Or you could extend your sentence;


The frog slept in the Princess’ bed for 3 nights. The Princess found he had turned in to a handsome Prince.



  • Say you sentence, clap your sentence, write your sentence.
  • Use a capital letter to begin.
  • Write your letters on the line.
  • Use a full stop at the end.


Just like yesterday, you can use the worksheet below to guide your writing if you wish:



What shapes did we look at yesterday Reception? That’s right, we refreshed our memories of circles and triangles!


Today, we are going to have another look at 4-sided shapes. Have a look at today’s video to find out more:


For your activity today, we would like you to go on a shape hunt. How many 2d shapes can you find around your house? Make sure you tell your grownup what shapes you have found and see if you can tell them about their features.


Extra challenge:

Can you practice combining numbers during your shape hunt?

Give yourselves 1 point for every circle that you find, 2 points for every triangle, 3 points for every 4-sided shapes, and 4 points if you can tell your grownup whether your 4-sided-shape is a square or a rectangle.


We thought that you might like to finish your maths learning this week with a story. It’s called ‘Round is a Mooncake’ and is all about spotting shapes around us:


You have done some fantastic maths learning this week Reception! We know that some of it might have been a little bit tricky, and we are so proud of you for trying your best. We think you deserve a well-done wiggle!



This afternoon we have an art task. I would like you to create a frog Prince/Princess. It can be by using a paper plate that you paint green and add a crown to, you could draw a picture of one, create one from egg cartons or use any other craft material that you can find at home. Below are some pictures to help give you some ideas, I can’t wait to see what you create!



Someone very exciting is going to read you a story today! Click the link to find out who:

We've reached the end of another week Reception! Thank you so much for all of your hard work, and fantastic pictures. We'll see you on Monday! smiley