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Brookfields Primary School

Reception week beginning 18.1.2021

Dear Foundation and parents


We hope you are well and have enjoyed your weekend. It was great seeing more children on Teams last week so thank you.

It was lovely to see you all and a big thank you to the children completing their homework. If you do any other work and would like us to see it, you can take a photo of it and upload to your files or email to your class,, or


A further reminder that we would like you to collect 20 objects that you can use for counting. This could be pens, coin, stones, spoons anything really.

Also don't forget to freeze some ice cubes for later this week which we shall use for an experiment, ready for Wednesday. Did you enjoy handling the ice last week? We enjoyed looking at the photos sent of this activity.


Hope to see you all on Teams tomorrow. Take care.


EYFS staff



'PE with Joe' returns this week.

Join Joe Wicks on You Tube at 9am on Monday, Wednesday and Friday for a 20 minute session.


Snowy Day Book Read Aloud | Winter Books for Kids | Children's Books Read Aloud

Hey Happy Readers!! Welcome to our Children's Books Read Aloud! In this video we present Winter Books for Kids, Snowy Day book read aloud by Beth with Happy...

Listen to the story first then draw a story map. Think about what happened in the beginning of the story, the middle and the end and include some of these events on your story map.

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Maths - Number of the Week is 10.

Practise writing the number 10.
Listen to the Snowy Day again and use your story map to write a sentence about the beginning, middle and end of the story.
Story Time

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Ice Investigation

Watch the power point and then try the experiment for yourself. Keep observing what happens to the ice during the day. What sounds and colours do you see? How does the ice feel?

Use full sentences when talking to your adult about the ice.


Use the word mat below to write some sentences about the ice.

Maths - Making Teen numbers

The above cake has 10 candles on it. We know that teen numbers are made from 10 and a few more.

How many more candles would we need to make the number 12?

How many more candles would we need to make the number 14?

How many more candles would we need to make the number 17?

How many more candles would we need to make the number 20?

You can draw a cake with 10 candles on and then use strips of paper to make the candles, use real candles or use pencils to represent the candles. Then work out how many more candles are needed to make the teen numbers.

Today we want you to practise making teen numbers using a 10p coin and some 1p coins.

We would like you to make the numbers below using your coins.









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