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Home Learning

As well as the tasks in your child's home learning pack, links to activities which will support your child's learning will be added to this page at regular intervals throughout the school closure. 

 

 18.04.20: Look out below for the new Topic Overview and activities for home learning for this week in the topic section. Listen to the story 'The Very Lazy Ladybird' in the reading section.

 

A few extra activities you can do with your child:

 

  • play games and with jigsaws
  • encourage your child to zip up their coat
  • sing nursery rhymes and songs together
  • make junk models with recyclable materials
  • look for bugs and signs of spring in the garden
  • use letter formation and number formation sheets to practise writing numbers and letters
  • practise speed sounds
  • continue to share books and listen to your child read at least 3 times a week

 

Please remember to email if you have any questions about any of the activities or need anything else to support your child's learning.

 

We would love to hear from you and find out what the children have been up to whilst they are at home. If you have any photos you would like to email us, we will put them on the class page for all the children to see. 

HOME LEARNING: Click on the subject areas below for websites with activities and ideas to keep your child up to date with their learning.
Here is the Topic Overview for the next half-term.
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Festivals- Eid

On Saturday 23rd May it is a very special day for Muslims. It is when they begin to celebrate Eid. ‘Eid’ means festival or celebration. ‘al-Fitr’ means ‘breaking of the fast. Eid al-Fitr starts when a new moon is seen in the sky when it is a thin crescent shape.

 

 

Picture 1 Can you see the crescent shape moon?

 They celebrate Eid al-Fitr which is a festival that comes at the end of the month of Ramadan. During Ramadan, healthy grown-ups do not eat or drink anything, including water, during the day while the sun shines. This is called fasting. 

Click on the link below to watch a video all about how Muslims prepare for Eid and also how they celebrate it. 

Haya's mum has kindly sent photos of their family celebrating Eid last year.

Mustafa sent some photos of what he has been up to during Ramadan

Here are some Eid activities you could do at home:

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Picture 1 Lola made patterns for her hands.

You could make a Happy Eid card to give to someone in your family. Here are some examples/templates below.

You could make a Happy Eid card to give to someone in your family. Here are some examples/templates below. 1
You could make a Happy Eid card to give to someone in your family. Here are some examples/templates below. 2

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