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Welcome to the Foundation Stage Page!

 

This term our topic is

Feathers, Fur or Scales?

 

This term we will be continuing our topic on animals.

Some of you will be coming back to school and some will be staying at home so we will continue to share planning and ideas for activities here.

While the children are at home you will be able to use books you have at home or the internet to find out about different animals. You can think about what your different pets need and how you take care of them. If you don’t have a pet

there will be lots of videos and information to help you.

On your walks around the village the children can find out about the wildlife in local habitats and micro habitats!

There will be stories and poems to listen to, talk about and learn off by heart.

Plus look out for videos to help you get started with the different activities.

 

Our Jigsaw theme for term 6 is 'Changing Me' and our collective worship theme is 'Service'.

 

If you have a questions please either email me on

FS@hanborough-manor.oxon.sch.uk

or message me on Tapestry (you can do this by creating a new observation or adding a note to another observation).

 

Mrs Pearce, Miss Jones and Mrs Tompkin 

 

Scroll down to the bottom of this page for links to games,

early learning websites and information for parents.

 

Term 6 Week 1

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Teddy's Lists by Ruth Merttens and Ann Holm Petersen

Mad About Minibeasts by Giles Andreas and David Wojtowycz

Writing words with the rime _ump

Ladybird Doubles

More resources for home learning 

Foundation we miss you!

Term 5 Week 5

Dogs Eat Frogs by Ruth Merttens and Anne Holm Petersen

Oi Puppies by Kes Gray and Jim Field

Silly seats with Mr Wolf

Frogs Eat Dogs with Mr Wolf

Ten on a tray with Mr Wolf

Doubles with Mr Wolf

Our Wildlife!

Mr Magnolia by Quentin Blake

Help with Letters and Sounds/Phonics

EYFS Handwriting

Each week choose one or two letters to practise from one of the families (see Twinkl below). The best family to start with is the ladder letters. You may notice, while your child is writing, which letters s/he needs to practise. Just make a note and choose that letter for practise plus another family letter e.g. n and m or c and a. If your child is still learning to write his/her name or using upper case letters when doing so then practise these letters first. Use Skywriter below or find the letter on the powerpoint to demonstrate the correct formation. Then use your white board and pen or other materials to practise. 

Twinkl letter formation families

Story Time 

The Detective Dog by Julia Donaldson and Sara Ogilvie

Tom's Tree by Gillian Shields and Gemma Raynor

Six Dinner Sid by Inga Moore

Boo!

Previous Stories

 

Ruby Flew Toohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ziLJyx1HEDk&t=1s

Twinkl outdoor maths ideas

Tap dancing

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Foundation stage really enjoyed finding out about how to tap dance and watching the dancers, even though it was quite loud!

Saving the world one tree at a time!

A visit from Dilys the dog

A Busy First Week in Foundation!

Foundation Stage staff and setting

New parent information evening 2019

A guide to phonics for parents

Early Years Outcomes for the end of the Foundation Stage

What should I write on my child's wow slips?


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