Reception - Term 6 - Week 5

28 June 2020

Hello everyone!

Open the Blog to see this week's home learning actvities. 

Don't forget to send us your work! We love seeing it. :)


Weekly phone calls


We will be calling all of the children who have decided to stay at home rather then come to school.

This week Ladybird and Caterpillar phone calls will continue to be on Wednesday between 11am and 4pm

However if you have any questions or concerns and would like to speak to us before, please phone the office and leave a message or send us an email to the school's email address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.




Please follow this link: Phonics Home Learning Blog

The phonics home learning is now your pack of activities. This will have either been posted to you or be ready to collect from the school office if you needed any resources. You should have received a text if you need to collect your pack. If not, your pack should arrive soon. If you do not receive it by Wednesday, please call or email school. Please click the link above to tell you what to do next. 



Home Learning Day 1





Literacy Task

This week in school we are still exploring the story – The Hungry Caterpillar. 

Watch the video here:


Talk to your adult about what other food the caterpillar might like to eat.



Can you draw a picture of 5 different foods that you think the caterpillar might like to eat? Use your sounds to label each picture. 



Math Task

Today we are learning about ‘half’. When we ‘half’ something, we are sharing something into two groups.

Can you say ‘half’?


Sometime you might cut 1 item into two equal parts.


Sometimes you might share lots of things into two equal groups.


Halving means sharing into two groups. The groups have to be the equal (the same).




Look at these pictures. Do they show a half? 


Is this half?


Is this half?

Is this half?


Is this half?


Is this half?


Is this half?


Is this half?




Home Learning Day 2


 Literacy Task


Use the food that you thought of yesterday to make your own version of the hungry caterpillar. Tell your story to an adult. You can use this structure to help you:

One day there was a hungry caterpillar.

On Monday he ate…

On Tuesday he ate…

On Wednesday he ate…

On Thursday he ate…

On Friday he ate…

The next day he was very fat. He built a cocoon. The next day he turned into a beautiful




Can you write a sentence from your story?

Extra challenge: 

Can you write your whole story? Perhaps you could add pictures and make a little book.




Maths Task


Today we are learning how we can half a group of items and share them into two equal groups.

First, watch this.



Can you help the caterpillars share the fruit?

[Copy and the complete the following activity in your home learning book].












Extra Activity 

Copy and complete this worksheet in your home learning book.

Click here to open the activity: Maths Activity




Home Learning Day 3


Literacy Task

The hungry caterpillar eats a mixture of foods – some are healthy and some are unhealthy. It is important to eat healthy foods. Watch this episode of Get Well Soon to find out about the foods we need to eat to stay healthy.



In the programme Doctor Raj shows us a video of a healthy plate. Look at the plate in the images. Can you find 5 healthy foods and 5 unhealthy foods in your home? Take a photo of them and add this to your ILD. In the images you can see a photo of the foods Mrs Sessions found.





Watch this video about being healthy.

Can you draw all of the different things we need to do to stay healthy? Label your pictures for an extra challenge.


Here are some more songs about eating healthy:



Creative Task

Why not make a healthy smoothie.

Here is a link to the recipe:


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