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Home Learning - Day 1 - 23.3.20

Home Learning - Day 1 - 23.3.20

Welcome to home learning. We hope you are as excited for this as we are...

Good Morning Reception, 

Here are your challenges for home learning today: 


Todays sound is ‘y’.

You say: ‘y’

They say ‘y’


You say ‘y – y – y – yak’

They say ‘y - y -y – yak’

Show them the picture of the Read Write Inc ‘y’ (see blog post picture. You can also find this on your Chilton Handwriting Patter sheet.) Tell your child the patter ‘down a horn, up a horn, under his head.’ Have your child practice writing it in the air. Now they can practice writing a line of ‘y’s on their writing sheet. We recap 2 handwriting patters every day. Today our recap sounds are ‘b’ and ‘d’. Again, please refer to your handwriting patter sheet. Now it is time to practice oral blending.

You say ‘y’ ‘e’ ‘s’.

They say ‘yes’.

You say ‘y’ ‘e’ ‘s’ ‘yes’

They say ‘y’ ‘e’ ‘s’ ‘yes’

Repeat with the words ‘yet’ and ‘yak’.

Now they can practice writing those words onto the yellow lines.

Please see your home learning resource pack for the handwriting patters, sounds and phrases and red words.

Don't forget to read your book or access some of the online reading links. 

We follow the Read Write Inc scheme of work from Ruth Miskin. RWI are making speed sound videos which are available for 2 hours every day from 9.30. This would be a great way of starting your phonics lesson. Please see link -

Maths: Please complete your maths sheet titled ‘IALT sequence times of the day’. Draw pictures of the things you do today e.g. eat breakfast, brush teeth, read story, etc..

Challenge: Can you label the pictures? 


Our new home learning topic is ‘Superheroes’. Today please research your favourite superhero. Draw and label a picture of them.

Challenge: Write a fact about your superhero e.g. My superhero can fly.
Please encourage your child to try to sound out the words themselves where possible. (e.g. superhero is tricky but they can hear the first sound if you stretch it for them – sssssuperhero).

Other activities you may want to include in your day:

Phonics Play- - A fantastic website which has become free during this time.

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Oxford Owl -  (Free reading books)  

Cosmic kids- (Yoga, mindfulness and stories).

Go Noodle- (Smart Bodies).

Jo Wicks- (9am P.E sessions daily)

Just Dance- (Smart Bodies)

Top Marks - Maths Games - (Counting) (Adding) (Subtracting) (Shape)

Youtube – Maths songs – (2D Shapes) (Counting songs) (Counting in 2s) (Counting in 10s)

Youtube – Number Jacks –

Twinkl - (A huge selection of free resources)

Audible - (Providing some free stories)


Make sure you have lots of time for play and talk as this is just as important as the learning. Please email if you have any questions or would like further support.

Happy home learning!

Contact Us

Correspondence for the Headteacher:

Mrs Kate Law
c/o Chilton Primary School,
Chilton Lane,
Kent. CT11 0LQ

Contact the school office on:
01843 597695
or by fax on:
01843 852872

01843 597695