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Friendly Foxes!

Mr Happy

Homelearning 06.07.2020

 

Hello Friendly Foxes,

How are you all? I hope you all enjoyed being super heroes last week. The world started to feel a little bit safer and I know that must have been because you were developing your superhero powers and protecting us all.

 

Another week means a new fruit for Baby Lonergan who is now as big as a melon. This is Mrs Lonergan's last week at work before she has some time to rest before she goes to the hospital to meet Baby Lonergan. He/ she can't have very much space to do very much more growing in Mrs Lonergan's tummy now.

 

I hope you all enjoyed your Zoom chat with your new teachers; Mrs Shoesmith and Mrs Percival last week. I know that they were so excited to meet you all and can't wait to teach you in September. I have already told them how wonderful you all are and I know that you are going to have such an exciting year together.

 

Our home learning this week is a little different. At school it would have been transition week so the whole of Greenside are having a special week on transition activities from home. I have posted the links below to direct you to the transition page on our whole school transition activity page:

https://www.greenside-sch.org/transition-home-learning-06072020/

 

I will be doing our last Zoom chat on Wednesday this week (don't worry you still have one in the final week but it just won't be with Mrs Lonergan).

If you have joined our Friendly Fox Zooms previously then I will automatically send you a link. If you haven't joined our Friendly Fox Zooms and would like to join us this week then please send an email to reception@greenside-sch.org to let me know.

 

Have a lovely week Foxes and do remember I'm here if there's anything you need.

Mrs Lonergan x

Mr Nosey

Mr Snow

Mr Forgetful

This weeks home and school learning.

Homelearning 29.06.2020

 

Hello Foxes! I hope you are all having a lovely start to your week. It was so exciting to see some of you for our Friendly Foxes Zoom last week. We are going to be doing another one this week on Wednesday morning so if you would like to join us, send me an email at reception@greenside-sch.org to let me know and I will send you an invite. If you were a part of the Zoom last week you don't need to do this, I will send you the link automatically.

Another week means another fruit or vegetable for Baby Lonergan, they are now the length of a leek which is a vegetable that lots of people like to use to make soups. Baby Lonergan was really enjoying chocolate spread on toast last week so Mrs Lonergan was eating lots of that!

 

Stay safe, look after eachother and remember I'm here if you need anything,

Mrs Lonergan x

 

Not all Superheroes wear capes

We are having another themed week this week. Thank you for so many lovely photographs of all your under the sea activities from last week, it looks like you had a great time. This week we are going to be having a superhero themed week but remember not all superheroes wear capes!

 

Design your own superhero costume

If you could be a superhero, what sort of powers would you have? This is a really important question because this effects the sort of costume that you might have. For example if your super power is to turn people into ice then your costume would need to be warm and water proof. Start off by designing your costume; does it have a mask? A cape? Are you a super hero who wears a dress? Make sure you colour it in and then if you have some card or fabric at home, you may be able to make some of it. A little tip for you- an old sheet makes a really good cape!

 

Build your own Superhero Quarters

Now, all superheroes need somewhere to meet. They meet at their top secret head quarters to plan how they are going to work together to save the world. Even Spiderman needs somewhere to rest when he's not busy being invincible. Your challenge this week is to build a superhero headquarters so you have a safe base to plan your next adventure. Large sheets of fabric thrown over chairs and pegged in place would work really well or just setting up camp in a tent/ under a table or the bed.

 

Create your own Superhero badge or story

If you have made your costume and your den then now your super hero needs a super name. This could be a superhero name that you've already heard of or you might want to create your own. Use your phonics to sound out your superhero name and write those sounds down to make your superhero badge. If you want to do a bit more writing after you've designed your badge, why not make up a short story about the adventures of you superhero?

 

Thank our Key Workers

While we've not been at school there have been lots of people with important jobs working hard to keep us safe. Nurses and Doctors, Police, firefighters and plenty more. These are the superheroes who do not wear capes, they are saving peoples lives everyday but they are not using magic to do it. This week you could use all your best decorations to make them a thank you card. Write them a lovely message inside and you might even want to draw a picture of them hard at work saving people. Once you have used all your best decorations to make their card you could either send it in the post or you could take a photograph of it and send it to them over the internet to make them smile that day. If you send the photograph to our reception email address then I can send it for you so that all the special key workers get your special message.

 

Marvelous medicine

Doctors and nurses have to use medicine all the time to make their patients better and this week you can have a go at being a doctor or nurse and making your own medicine. You can use different ingredients out of your cupboard to experiment with making different medicines to make your patients better. Just make sure that you have some help to do this, I look forward to seeing what whacky and wonderful mixtures you come up with!

If you want some ideas to get you started, you can watch this video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3gUhNrFRc4

 

Have a wonderful week superheroes and remember I'm here if you need anything,

Mrs Lonergan x

 

 

Mr Sneeze

Storytime with Mrs Hodgson

The Velveteen Rabbit

Chapter 4

Our home and school learning from the past week.

Homelearning 22.06.2020

Good morning Foxes, I hope you are all well and had a lovely week. I can't believe it's Monday again, another week of home learning and a new fruit for Baby Lonergan- now the size of a Winter Melon. If you haven't had a look at Mrs Fuller's letter this week, make sure you have a read of it:

https://www.greenside-sch.org/newsletters/

It has some exciting information for Reception about the start of our Zoom sessions this week which means I wil be able to see you and say hello to each and every one of you.

I have changed the homelearning a little bit for this week, instead of our usual activities I thought we would have an under the sea themed week, so grab your fishing rods and your pirate ships as we set sea for a fun packed week.

As always stay safe and look after eachother. If you need anything I'm still always here,

Mrs Lonergan x

 

Under the Sea

 

We're going on a treasure hunt

Mums and Dads we are going to need your help with this! Please can you hide any coins you have in your house/ purse or wallet around your house and garden (hopefully if your child is a good pirate you will get these back again) you will then need to make a treasure map for your child to give them an idea of where the coins are hiding. Foxes, you need to use that map to find all the coins and it doesn't stop there! Once you have found all your coins you can to write down what coin you have and how much they are worth on the back of your treasure map. You will then need to be a good pirate and hand your treasure back over to your Mum's and Dad's!

 

I smell treasure

Another activity for you to try your hand at this week is making your own treasure chest. To do this you can be as creative as you like, you may already have a treasure box that you can decorate or you may want to raid your recycling bin. You'll need a big box that you can fill with special things. You can decorate this however you would like;

paint, glitter, stickers, sequins, jewels, etc.

You will then need to make some treasure to go inside it, why not make some gold/ jewellery or even have a go at making some of the different coins we have been learning.

 

Whilst you're busy being creative, why not make yourself a pirates hat and an eye patch too? For this you'll need an old pillow case or just some black card or paper with string. If you don't have any of these then you could use white paper and use your felt tips to decorate your pirate hat and eye patch any way you want to, maybe you could colour co-ordinate with your treasure chest.

 

X marks the spot

Now you have made your treasure chest, you'll have to do what all pirates do and hide it. Choose your hiding spot and then make a treasure map to show where it is hidden. Use your phonics to label different areas on your map, eg the TV/ fridge/ door. Parents, encourage your child to sound out the words independently and even if the spelling is wrong it may make sense phonetially eg fridge spelt frij. Once you have hidden your treasure and made your map send someone else in your house off to hunt for the treasure. You can give them as much or as little help as you want and if you enjoy this then maybe they can have a go at making a map and you can to read their directions to reclaim your treasure.

 

It's a mermaids life

Now whilst we find pirates sailing on top of the sea, deep beneath the waves live the mermaids. Most of them never come to the surface so you never see them but they are always there. I want you to imagine that you live down in the sea with the mermaids and the rest of your family. I want you to imagine what you might look like and how your lives would be different to now. Once you have an idea in your head I want you to have a go at drawing or painting your mer-family. You can come up with new names for all of you for example Mummy might be Mermmy and the baby might be Merbabe.

 

Shark attack

Now deep under the sea, living close to those mermaids you will also find millions of different fish. From sharks to dolphins to Clown Fish like Nemo. Your challenge for this week if to use the computer or tablet to find out more about the fish that live under the sea. Choose 3 animals that you like and create a little fact file about them, I'll start you off:

Octopus

Octopus live in the USA and are very clever animals. They have 8 legs, 3 hearts and their blood is blue. They scare away enemies by shooting a cloud of black ink to confuse them.

 

We hope you enjoy your learning this week and we can't wait to see pictures of all your treasure/ costumes and artwork.

Mrs Lonergan and Mrs Clark x

 

 

The Velveteen Rabbit

Chapter 4

The Velveteen Rabbit

Chapter 3

The Twits - Part 2

The Velveteen Rabbit

Chapter 2

The Velveteen Rabbit

Chapter 1

Our home learning!

Homelearning 15.06.2020

 

Hello Foxes, I hope you are all well out there and still enjoying doing your home learning. I'm missing you all very much but Ginny keeps reminding me how safe you all are at home and that puts a smile back on my face.

Baby Lonergan is now the size of a bunch of Kale. Mrs Lonergan's app didn't tell her quite how big this bunch of Kale is but it must be bigger than last weeks spaghetti squash. Have a lovely week, the sun is going to come back out so make sure you make the most of it and have lots of fun in your gardens.

Mrs Lonergan x

 

Literacy

In addition to your phonics and two bug club books this week I would like you to recap on the story of the three little pigs as this week we are going to make some changes to the story.

Writing challenge

This week I would like you to change the characters and setting of the three little pigs. So instead of three little pigs you might tell a story about three little crocodiles or three little spacemen. Once you have changed your characters I want you to change your setting. Three little crocodiles would of course be building their houses in the river and they might not use straw, sticks and bricks either. Once you have decided on your new characters and setting I want you to write me a sentence about it, for example:

Once upon a time there were three little crocodiles who lived in the river.

As always remember your:

-capital letter

-finger spaces

-full stop

-check it makes sense smiley

 

Maths

This week in Maths we are going to be learning all about capacity. So either in your bath or your paddling pool I want you to fill 3 different sized containers and put them in order. The vocab we are learning this week is:

-empty

-full

-half empty

-half full

-nearly empty

-nearly full

I know that you will find this easy peasy so your next job is a little more tricky. You need to use a measuring jug to fill up your containers but I need you to estimate and record how much water you think they will hold. Once you have written your estimations down you can check you are right. e.g.

Container 1

- estimation: 500ml (1 jug)

-capacity: 450ml (nearly 1 jug)

Don't forget to send me your photos, specially if you are lucky enough to do this in your paddling pool.

 

Foxy Project

Foxy Project 1

Mr Uppity

The Twits - Part 1

Mr Jelly

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The three little pigs

Homelearning 08.06.2020

Welcome to another week of homelearning Foxes. I hope you all had a lovely time last week and found lots of different ways to have fun and keep busy. This week Baby Lonergan is the size of a spaghetti squash. Mrs Lonergan isn't actually quite sure what a spaghetti squash is, I think they're just running out of different fruits for Mrs Lonergan to use.

Thank you for all your chick names, they are doing really well and are now old enough to run around outside in their new pen. I will upload some photos and update you on their new names this week, thank you to all those children who sent in name suggestions. Farmer Lou is going to do a lucky dip to decide which names we give to the chicks.

Stay safe and as always get in touch if you need me,

Mrs Lonergan x

 

Literacy

In addition to your daily phonics and 2 bug club books this week I would like you to have a go at learning a story and some actions to go with it. Instead of our Mr Man story we are going to have a story with Mrs Lonergan that you all know very well today. Just like Jack and the Beanstalk we are going to learn the story and the actions and build on it over the next few weeks.

 

Writing Challenge

For your writing challenge I want you to have a go at writing part of our well known story. This might be just a character and a picture from the story, you might want to have a go at a sentence, you might try writing the beginning/ middle or end or some of you might even want to have a go at rewriting the whole story over the course of the week. I know you'll enjoy this one and I can't wait to see the writing you come up with.

 

Maths

This week we are going to be returning to addition and subtraction. Use numbots as a quick refresher to help you remember how to add and subtract and then we are going to have a go at some word problems. I have uploaded some word problems below. Draw pictures and cross bits out to help you understand and solve the word problem, for example:

3 lions are eating (draw 3 lions) and 4 more come to join them (draw 4 more lions) how many lions are eating altogether?

I have 5 cubes of chocolate (draw 5 cubes of chocolate) but I eat 3 of them (cross 3 cubes of chocolate out) how many do I have left?

 

Foxy Project

This week we are going to pretend to be Robin Hood and make our own bow and arrow. These bow and arrow's are for protecting your forest (garden) only and are not to be used on siblings or other family members!

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Mr Clumsy

Mr Rush

Mr Tall

Wednesday's story, not Tuesday like Mrs Lonergan says!

Mr Worry

Home learning 01.06.2020

 

Hello my Friendly Foxes and welcome to June! I hope you all had a lovely half term despite it being a little different to the May holiday we are used to. I had a lovely week which included a BBQ, picnic and lots of Ginny walks. Baby Lonergan is now the size of a pineapple and Mrs Lonergan's tummy is even bigger and rounder than that!I hope you enjoy all your learning this week, if you have any questions do just let me know.

Mrs Lonergan x

 

I have had so many messages from your Mummies and Daddies telling me about your super reading and phonics, well done all of you! Keep doing those daily phonic sessions and aiming to read 2 bug club books a week.

 

Writing Challenge

Thank you for all your amazing writing about the eggs, they have now hatched!! I have included some photos for you to see. There are 5 baby chicks so now Farmer Lou needs your help, she needs names for her chicks. So your writing challenge for this week is to choose a name for one of the baby chicks. Write a sentence with your name suggestion and then Farmer Lou will choose her favourites and that will become the names for the new chicks. As always remember with your writing to use your capital letter, finger spaces, full stop and read it back to check that it makes sense.

 

Maths Challenge

This week we are going to be learning all about measuring. We are going to learn the vocab:

long, longer, longest

short, shorter, shortest.

We're then going to have a go at applying this in our houses or our gardens. So go on a hunt for 3 different items and put them in order, starting with the shortest up to the longest. Talk to your Mummy and Daddy about your object using the length vocabulary and explain how you know for example that the shortest item is the shortest.

If you find this super easy, you can make it more challenging by measuring these different items. Mums and Dads; talk to your child about what they can use to measure the different items they have found and then record them in a list eg:

spoon: 8cm

bottle: 16cm

table: 30cm

Encourage your child to look at the numbers, how do we know looking at our list that a spoon is the shortest?

 

Foxy Project

This week we are going to make bubble wands. The weather is going to be sunny so have a go at doing this outside if you can. Get creative with the different resources and sizes and have a go at using the vocab you have learnt in your Maths challenge this week to talk about and compare the different wands that you make.

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Baby Chicks

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Storytime with Mrs Lonergan

Friday's story is Mr Nonsense.
Lots of Foxy love Mrs Lonergan x

Storytime with Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

Thursday's story is Mr Wrong.
Lots of Foxy love Mrs Lonergan and Ginny x

Storytime with Mrs Lonergan

Wednesday's story is Mr Skinny.
Lots of Foxy love Mrs Lonergan x

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Tuesday storytime with Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

Tuesday's story is Mr Small.
Lots of Foxy love Mrs Lonergan and Ginny x

Storytime with Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

Monday's story is Mr Mischief.
Lots of Foxy love Mrs Lonergan and Ginny x

"I am with you"

While we can't see each other and there are lots of people that we are missing, Olaf has made us a song to help us all to feel better.
Mrs Lonergan x

Homelearning 18.05.2020

 

Hello Foxes and welcome to your next week of homelearning, I can't quite believe we are into the middle of May already. It seems like ages since I saw you all last but in some ways it feels like we were all together at school just yesterday. I know you all enjoy a Baby Lonergan update, he or she is now as big as a honey dew watermelon! These are the yellow melons that you can see when you go to the supermarket.

 

Writing Challenge

For your writing challenge this week, I would like you to write a word/ sentence or a recap of your favourite Mr Man story, you can choose your level of challenge depending on how tricky you want to make your writing focus for this week. Don't forget

-Capital letter

-Finger spaces

-Full stops

-Read it back to check it makes sense

Happy Writing Foxes, I can't wait to see the finished products!

 

Maths Challenge

This week I want you to focus on telling the time. I have attached a powerpoint for you to recap and learn about the different times of the day. See how many different types of clock you can find in the house, I bet there are more than you think. I have counted 6 in my house. Ask your Mummy or Daddy to talk to you about the difference between digital and analogue clocks, which one do you prefer?

Once you have recapped on time, I want you to have a go at ordering the different events that happen in your favourite Mr man book. Put these events in order and decide what time they happen. You can use your Maths books to draw the pictures and write the time of the day next to them e.g.

Little Miss Neat

-9:00am Mr Clumsy arrives at Little Miss Neat's House

-10:00am Mr Clumsy spills cake all over the walls

-10:30am Little Miss Neat cleans

 

Foxy Project

For your Foxy Project this week, I would like you to have a go at making your own playdough using the recipe below. I know how much you enjoy this job with Mrs Lonergan at school so I know how excited you will be to get all those ingredients out of the cupboard.

Once you have made your playdough, I want you to have a go at making the characters from your chosen Mr Man story. You can then have a go at retelling the story, doing a mini performance for the rest of the people who live in your house.

 

Happy Mr Men-ing Foxes and as always, any questions just ask.

Mrs Lonergan x

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Storytime with Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

Friday's story is Little Miss Neat:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=81lZnySVaKw&t=3s

Lots of Foxy love Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

Storytime with Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

Wednesday's story is Mr Strong.
Lots of Foxy love Mrs Lonergan and Ginny x

Storytime with Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

Tuesday's story is Mr Busy.
Lots of Foxy love Mrs Lonergan and Ginny x

Storytime with Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

Monday's story is Mr Slow.
Lots of Foxy love Mrs Lonergan and Ginny x

Summer #10

Well done to all those children who completed their #10 for the Spring term. I have created a brand new #10 for you to complete this Summer term. Mum's and Dad's, please upload any photos of your child completing their #10 activities to EexAt with the #10 tag line.

 

I can't wait to see all your #10s for the summer term, don't forget you have to choose and complete 10 of the activities listed below to complete the challenge.

 

Lots of Foxy love,

Mrs Lonergan x

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Home learning 11.05.2020

 

Hello Foxes and welcome to another week of homelearing with Mrs Lonergan (and Ginny!) I have had lots of you asking how Baby Lonergan is, he or she is very well and getting very big. In fact he or she is now as big as a brocolli, which Mrs Lonergan thought was quite some size! Ginny loves saying hello to Mrs Lonergan's bump and she is enjoying giving him or her lots of cuddles.

 

For your literacy this week, please continue to access the daily phonics and aim to read 2 Bug Club books each week. If you notice that your child needs a higher level of challenge in their reading, please let me know.

 

Writing Challenge

Well done to you all for completing your writing challenges for this week, I am looking forward to uploading them all for you to see the messages from your friends, you have all worked so hard on them. For this weeks writing challenge I would like you to make a prediction about what will happen next to the eggs that we are incubating. I am just about to upload the latest photo we have of them from Farmer Lou. Try and write your prediction in a sentence by starting:

I think that the next thing to happen in the life cycle of a chick will be...

Parents get your child do have a go at writing the start of this sentence without copying.

 

Maths Challenge

Thank you for your super sharing pictures this week. We are going to focus on shapes this week. I have attached a powerpoint document for you to recap 3d shapes, focus on whether they have flat faces/ curved sides and how many. How many verticies can you count? Once you have done this I want you to go on a shape hunt. Take paper and a pencil with you and I want you to find all the 3d shapes in your house or garden. Write down the 3d shape you are looking for and then see how many of that shape you can find in and around your home.

 

PSHE challenge

We love doing yoga at school but have you taught any of our yoga to your Mummy's and Daddy's? Log on to:

https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga

and complete at least on of our yoga stories. This will help you to feel peaceful and relaxed, it will be a good activity to save for a day that you are feeling a little anxious or frustrated.

 

Foxy Project

We celebrated VE day this bank holiday and to mark this I wanted to send you all on a Scavenger Hunt. Do you know what this flag is? Do you know why it is important? Have a go at going on a hunt for as many red, white and blue items as you can, take a picture of them all and when you get home write a list. I'll be keeping an eye on who manages to spot the most!

 

Lots of Foxy love,

Mrs Lonergan x

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Happy Hatching

Here is our latest picture from Farmer Lou. What do you think is happening in this picture? Why has this happened? Write about what you think will happen to our eggs next as part of your writing focus for this week.

Mrs Lonergan x

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VE Day

Tomorrow is a very exciting day, it's a bank holiday. It is a special bank holiday because it is to celebrate VE Day. I have uploaded some resources. Here is a link which Max's Mum found for us to explain a bit more about the celebrations:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zkrkscw/articles/zfq9pg8

Have a wonderful time caelebrating and don't forget to upload any photos to EexAt or send them over to the Reception email.

Mrs Lonergan x

Storytime with Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

Thursday's story is Mr Grumpy- specially for Jessica.
Lots of Foxy love Mrs Lonergan and Ginny x

Storytime with Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

Wednesday's story is Mr Grumble.
Lots of Foxy love Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

Storytime with Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

Tuesday's story is Mr Cheerful.
Lots of Foxy love Mrs Lonergan and Ginny x

Storytime with Mrs Hodgson

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#10 at Greenside special assembly 1.5.20

10 at Greenside special assembly 1.5.20

Home learning 04.05.2020

Phonics

I have now uploaded a schedule for the different phonic sessions so that you can see what sound will be taught each day. If you don't get a chance to complete the lesson at the designated time it does stay on the RWI phonic youtube channel for the next 24 hours:

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

 

Don't forget to keep aiming to read 2 bugclub books a week in addition to this if you can.

 

Writing Challenge

Well done on all your writing from last week! Your parents have sent me some absolutely fantastic sentences. This week we are going to have a go at writing a message to our talking partners from school. This can be as long or short as you like, Mums and Dads if you send me a picture of your child's message when it is written and I will upload it to the website so that you can all read your messages to each other. If any of you have forgotten who your talking partner is then let me know and I will send you a reminder.

 

Don't forget when attempting your writing to sound out how the words sound, using your sound mats to help you. It doesn't matter if the spellings are not correct, as long as your child is sounding the words out for themselves. They might need some help to hear all the sounds in a word for example h-e-ll-ow, your child might only be able to hear h-ll-ow and may need your support to discriminate between the different sounds. Your child may also need reminding to include finger spaces. Encourage your child to say what they are intending to write 5 times before they put pen to paper. They then may need a little support to hear what word is coming next, however let them try to remember on their own to begin with. I hope all this extra detail is a help and does not make it more confusing, as always any questions do ask.

 

Maths Challenge

For your Maths focus this week, I would like you to focus on sharing. We will begin by doing this practically and focusing on choosing an amount to share that will leave no remainders. We are going to consolidate this skill by having a teddy bears picnic. Encourage your child to make invitations to invite their different toys to a picnic. Once you child is all set up with a few toys/ teddies give them a number of items to share between their group, loose fruit works well such as strawberries or raisins. Make sure that you give your child an amount of fruit that can be shared between their number of toys, for example if they have invited 3 toys then you can give them 6 pieces of fruit and see how many each toy has each. Emphasise that sharing always has to be fair and try introducing different numbers of toys and changing the amount of fruit for example taking a teddy away so that there are 2 toys to share 8 pieces of fruit between.

 

Once your child has grasped this (you may want to repeat this same activity over a few days) then introduce them to the idea of sharing an unequal amount. Can I share my 7 pieces of fruit fairly between my 5 bears? No? Why? What happens? You can explain that each bear has 1 piece of fruit and you have 2 remaining. You can then reverse the roles and you can go to the picnic allowing your child to create the different scenarios. You can challenge them by asking them to do a fair share or an unfair share which will leave some remaining.

Foxy Project

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Have fun in the sun this week and create a bug hotel. When the weather gets warmer that's when all our 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 legged friends venture out to play. You could record what bugs come to visit your hotel and how many of them you can spot.

 

Have lots of fun Foxes,

Mrs Lonergan x

Happy Hatching

We have some EGGCITING news! Mrs Lonergan's farmer friend is going to be hatching some baby chicks and she has asked if we would like to help her. You can see from the pictures below that the chicks are all in their eggs at the moment but the machine that they are in will keep them warm, just like their Mummy hen would if she was sitting on them. We'll keep a close eye on the chicks over the next few days. If you have a look on the Helpful Hedgehogs page, you can see that they are keeping an eye on a nest of baby bird eggs while we look after the baby chick eggs. We'll be able to compare the different things that happen as the chicks and the birds begin to hatch and grow. I hope you are as excited as I am, have you ever hatched chicks before? Keep checking our class page for updates over the next few weeks

Mrs Lonergan x

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Storytime with Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

Today's story is Mr Clever.
Lots of Foxy love Mrs Lonergan and Ginny x

Storytime with Mrs Lonergan

Hello Foxes,
Today's story is Mr Muddle, you can laugh at Mrs Lonergan getting muddled up at the beginning, just like Mr Muddle!
Lots of Foxy love Mrs Lonergan x

Storytime with Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

Wednesday's story is Mr Perfect:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-mhLSt1Nw0

 

lots of Foxy love Mrs Lonergan and Ginny x

Phonics Daily lesson schedule

Here is the timetable and sounds that will be taught each day as part of our phonics scheme. Lessons are available on youtube for 24 hours after the lesson has been taught. Please start with the Set 1 lessons and work up to Set 2 if your child is confident in the Set 1 content.

Mrs Lonergan x

Storytime with Nick

Hello Foxes, I've just been having a look on RWI website page and I have spotted that there are some lovely stories on there for you to enjoy. Some of you may have already spotted them but if you haven't they are definitely worth a watch:

 

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDe74j1F52zQaZ2YA5xcdyOlR2yH73Rb9

 

Mrs Lonergan x

Storytime with Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

Happy Tuesday Foxes. Today's story is Mr Brave:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tROwpolWy68

Lots of Foxy love Mrs Lonergan and Ginny x

A message to all of your superhero parents.

I will start by saying that you are doing an incredibly outstanding job.

 

Just six weeks ago, with four days notice, you became your child’s teacher. What you probably didn’t realise is that you have always been your child’s teacher. You have been teaching them since the day they were born, I was only there to help with the academics! 

 

The learning opportunities that you are providing at home have blown me away and I’ve come to realise that this generation of children may return to school knowing things that we would have never had time to teach them if they were coming into school each day. How to wash a car, how to look after a plant, how to cook, clean and make a bed (to name a few).

 

Its okay to be worried about your child falling behind, but let me tell you that they probably aren’t, and if they are, they will catch up - that’s what schools are great at!

 

Our children will remember this time for the rest of their lives, when they look back on it let’s let them remember that time when they got to stay at home for a while, not that time when they felt scared or confused about the world. If this means that you focus on your child’s wellbeing rather than phonics and maths, then that’s absolutely fine.

 

Don’t forget, you are not in this alone and if you need anything at all please email.

Mrs Lonergan x

 

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Storytime with Mrs Lonergan

 

Hello Foxes! Monday's story is Mr Quiet:

 

https://youtu.be/VXMBH6ALz2g

 

Lots of Foxy love Mrs Lonergan x

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Eddie travels the world in Lockdown

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Home learning wb 27.04.2020

Hello Foxes, How was your first week back after Easter? I hope you all enjoyed our challenges for last week. Mrs Lonergan and Mr Lonergan have been busy getting the nursery ready for Baby Lonergan, he or she is now the size of a butternut squash! If you've never seen one before, ask your Mummy or Daddy to help you find one on the internet or buy one on your next food shop. You can cut them up and make chips out of them!

 

Phonics and Literacy

You have all been doing so well with your phonics, well done! Read Write Inc have updated their phonics schedule and you will now find:

Set 1 speed sounds @ 9:30

Set 1 word time @ 9:45

Set 2 speed sounds and word time @10:00

These work up in order of challenge so depending on how easy or tricky your child is finding the phonic sessions, please select the phonics session most appropriate for you.

 

Please also continue to aim to work through 2 bug club books each week, I've been so impressed by how many of you are using the bug club books, I can only imagine how much all your reading is moving forward.

 

Writing challenge

This week I want you to have a really good think about how you are feeling at the moment. Talk to your Mummy, Daddy, brother or sister about how you have been feeling since we started staying at home all day. You might be feeling really happy because you are getting to spend lots of time with your family but you might also be feeling a little bit sad because you are missing your friends and going to school. You might feel worried because life has been really different since we started having to stay at home more and you might also be excited becuse staying at home has meant that you can do lots of new things that you might not have time to do normally. Write a list of your feelings, aim for at least 5 and then have a go at writing a sentence using one of those adjectives. Here is an example of Mrs Lonergan's:

Safe

Anxious

Relaxed

Lonely

Grateful

Since we stopped being able to go to school I have felt very safe because I am at home with Mr Lonergan and Ginny but sometimes I feel a little bit lonely too because I miss my friends, family and all my little Foxes.

 

Don't forget to take a photo of your amazing writing and send it to Mrs Lonergan to have a look at.

 

Maths

I hope you enjoyed doubling last week, this week we are going to recap on addition and subtraction. We're going to have a go at using lots of different games to help us to solve number sentences in a variety of different ways.

To begin with I want you to have a go at adding and taking away using objects:

https://www.starfall.com/h/addsub/add-machine-1/?sn=math1--math0

 

Once your child is finding they are confident with adding/ subtracting using objects then move onto having a go at adding/ taking away on a numberline:

http://www.hbschool.com/activity/numberline1_5_04/

 

Your child can also use their fingers to help them to add and takeaway. A good habit for them to practice is to be able to count forwards and backwards to find the answer to a sum. It's a challenging skill to be able to hold a number in your head and then count on or back to find the answer to that question but its a really important skill to keep working on. Use the numbots game to practice this:

https://play.numbots.com/?#/game/challenge

Let me know how many you can get in the time limit!

Monster Tunnel

This week I want you to have a go at making your own game. You can decorate your own monster tunnel's and then have a go at rolling balls into them. Once you have created your own Monster's you can decorate them however you wold like to. You can then set your game up wherever you want, inside or out. You could even have a go at writing invitations to different people in your house, inviting them to come and play your game. Don't forget to keep a score list while you play the game so that you can see who wins at the end, keep an eye on your Mum and Dad to make sure they're not cheating!

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Enjoy all your activities this week and let me know if you need my help with anything.

Love Mrs Lonergan x

Story time with Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

Mrs Lonergan's Easter holidays were at a different time to yours this year so I recorded all of your stories for this week in advance, I hope you enjoy watching them this week...and Ginny of course!

 

20/04/20202 Mr Impossible

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRmvT0T801w

 

21/04/2020 Mr Dizzy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SNfkZD-CGqQ

 

23/04/2020 Mr Fussy

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfy-F3OXLrQ

 

24/04/2020 Mr Bounce

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWiPCvN3yzM

 

Lots of Foxy love Mrs Lonergan and Ginny x

Home learning wb 20.04.2020

 

Hello Foxes! I hope you had a wonderful Easter, you have sent across some wonderful pictures of you working hard on your #10 challenges- I have really enjoyed looking through them all. 

 

Welcome to week 3 of your home learning, I know you'll be eager to see what challenges we have for you this week.

 

Phonics and Literacy

Please continue to participate in your daily phonic sessions:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ?fbclid=IwAR3VTy7_D3dsM56w18_MteBWta2loDoVpsU-RhQKZ5tiP-BerjyLm5wLp9A

Please continue to focus on 2 bug club books each week that have been assigned to you, including those important quizes.

Writing challenge

I would like you to have a go at drawing a picture and writing a sentence to go with it about what you have been doing over the Easter holidays. I want to hear all about how much chocolate you have eaten and if you managed to enjoy some of the lovely sunshine. If you can manage more than one sentence, that's fantastic but your challenge is to write one.

Don't forget to make sure your sentence is smiley using:

-Capital letter 

-Finger space 

-Full stop 

-check it makes sense

I will look forward to seeing some photos of your super writing at the end of the week.

 

Maths

This week we are going to be focusing on doubling, this is the opposite to halving which we were working on the week before Easter.

I want you to start off with your Maths challenge- painting a butterfly.

Once you have done that and understand the concept it's time to start doubling whole numbers. Play the ladybird doubling game to support you with embedding this:

http://www.maths-games.org/ladybird-doubles.html

By the end of the week you Mum or Dad should be able to say any number to you up to 10 and you should be able to tell them the double of that number, let me know how many you get right!

Maths Challenge

Use your favourite paints to paint a picture of half a butterfly, make it as detailed as you want but make sure it has:

-one antenna

-two spots

-three legs

Now fold your piece of paper in half, when you open it up your butterfly should have doubled and should no  longer be half a butterfly but a full butterfly. Now answer these questions about your butterfly

-how many antenna did he have? How many does he have now? So double 1 is?

-how many spots did he have? How many does he have now? So double 2 is?

-how many legs did he have? How many does he have now? So double 3 is?

Have a go at writing down the answers to these questions, making every effort to form your numbers correctly!

Foxy Project

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Have a go at making your very own mini me. I know how hard it is at the moment not being able to see some of your favourite people so that's why I'm encouraging you to make them. You can make as many mini mes as you want and then use them to tell as many stories as you want, the more creative the better! I know how imaginative you are and I can't wait to see some of your mini mes!

Mrs Lonergan x

Story Time with Mrs Hodgson

Mrs Hodgson has been busy recording another fabulous story time for you. Who knew she had secret movie making skills?! Impressive!

Easter Storytime with Mrs Hodgson

Mrs Hodgson has recorded a special Story Time for you! I am extremely impressed with her video skills, I think you will agree that she has raised the bar for Story Time!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NptFPQi7L1g&feature=youtu.be

x

Story Time with Mrs Hodgson

Happy Easter

Happy Easter Foxes! It's hard to remember what day it is at the moment but it is now your Easter holidays. There is absolutely no expectation for you to do any work over the holidays, I am resharing the #10 challenges for the spring term as there will be a new #10 coming for summer. There will be a prize for those children who have completed 10 of their challenges so don't forget to upload your photos to EexAt.

 

If you would like to keep up some learning over easter I would recommend that you continue to focus on 2 bug club books each week. RWI who provide our phonics scheme have released some additional resources and books for us to use whilst we are not in school, I have attached the link here:

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/reading/reading-schemes-oxford-levels/read-write-inc-phonics-guide/

 

I wanted to add a little note to acknowledge the importance of looking after our mental health. This is always of the highest importance however for many of us this will need more consideration in times of uncertainty. I have attached a link to the wellbeing section of our website for some activities to help us relax:

https://www.greenside-sch.org/resources/

 

I hope you have a really lovely holiday, stay safe and look after eachother.

 

Mrs Lonergan x

Spring #10

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Here are some photos of your home learning from this week Foxes. Your cake's look delicious, I wish I was close enough to have a taste!

Mrs Lonergan x

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A foxy message from your friend Max

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Friday storytime with Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

 

Hello Foxes! Today's story is Mr Chatterbox:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eq0hp2IGt_0

 

Lots of Foxy love Mrs Lonergan and Ginny x

Thursday storytime with Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

 

Today's story is Mr Funny, especially for Eddie!

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BvAFczhlwyw

 

Lots of Foxy love Mrs Lonergan and Ginny x

Wednesday storytime with Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

 

Today's story is Mr Noisy, we hope you enjoy it:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atOgzNkxRII

 

Lots of Foxy love,

Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

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Look at all your wonderful learning from this week Foxes, it's been an absolute joy to see!

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A foxy message from your friend Lola

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Tuesday Storytime with Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

 

Hello Foxes! Today's story is Mr Topsy Turvey, I enjoyed this one, see how many Topsy Turvey mistakes you can spot!

 

https://youtu.be/if0QkLaPozU

 

Lots of Foxy love Mrs Lonergan and Ginny x

Monday Storytime with Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

 

Hello Foxes! We hope you all had a lovely weekend and you have enjoyed your learning today. Our story for today is Mr Bump as requested by Theo, we hope you enjoy it:

 

https://youtu.be/53PBiNkw1Rg

 

Lots of Foxy love Mrs Lonergan and Ginny x

Home learning wb 30.03.2020

 

Welcome to week 2 of your home learning Foxes. Well done on all your super work from last week, I've really enjoyed looking through all of your pictures!

 

Phonics and Literacy

Please continue to participate in your daily phonic sessions:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ?fbclid=IwAR3VTy7_D3dsM56w18_MteBWta2loDoVpsU-RhQKZ5tiP-BerjyLm5wLp9A

Please continue to focus on 2 bug club books each week that have been assigned to you, including those all important quizes.

Writing challenge

We are going to be doing some baking this week so for your writing challenge please write your own recipe to make a cake.

Monday- Begin with deciding on the cake you would like

Tuesday- Write a list of ingredients you will think you will need

Wednesday- Write the method to making your cake

Thursday- Download your cake recipe, check how many ingredients you have guessed correctly and buy what you need from the supermarket

Friday- Bake your cake

I'll look forward to seeing lots of photographs of your finished cake to make me super hungry in time for the weekend, not as much as I'm sure you will enjoy eating them.

 

Maths

We are going to be learning about halving this week. Begin by applying this context to whole objects, such as a pizza or an orange. Once your child is secure in this concept explain that we can also halve numbers. We can apply this to the recipe we are working on to make our cakes. If we were making a cake half the size, what ingredients would we need? For example instead of 6 eggs how many would we need? Make it practical, this activity will be best done at the end of the week when you are baking your cakes and the children can physically see the ingredients. Focus on learning half of numbers to 10 initially and then if your child is secure in this move onto numbers to 20.

Maths Challenge

It's quiz time! on Friday quiz your child's knowledge by quick firing them these halving questions, see how many they can get right!

(1) Mrs Lonergan has 2 apples but she needs to give half to Mrs Clark, how many apples does Mrs Clark have?

(2) What is half of 10?

(3) Ginny has eaten half of her strawberries, she has eaten 4. How many does she have left?

(4) What is half of 6?

(5) There are 10 pencils in Reception, the Foxes need half and the Hedgehogs need half, how many should each class have?

 

Creative Challenge

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Have a wonderful week Foxes, I'm here if you need anything on: reception@greenside-sch.org.

Lots of Foxy love Mrs Lonergan x

Friday Storytime with Mrs Lonergan

Hello Foxes and Happy Friday- I hope you showed your grown ups the Friday dance as part of your home learning today! Our story today is Mr Forgetful:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vfde6K2t_XA

Don't forget to upload your home learning to either EexAt or to send me a photo via email

(reception@greenside-sch.org) either way is fine. It's so lovely to see the fun you are all having this week.

Lots of Foxy love,

Mrs Lonergan

Jack and the Beanstalk Pantomime

 

Hello Foxes! Harrogate theatre are live streaming their pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk today at 12pm. This has been our story for this half term so I'm sure you will all enjoy watching it played out on the stage:

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HdF7_QnwTMQ

 

Mrs Lonergan x

Thursday Storytime with Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

 

Good afternoon Foxes! Here is the next addition to storytime; Mr Daydream:

 

https://youtu.be/SJSOowSj-pY

 

I know we've got some daydreamer Foxes in our class so I'm sure you will particularly enjoy this one.

 

Lots of Foxy love,

Mrs Lonergan and Ginny x

Wednesday Storytime with Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

 

Hello Foxes! I hope those of you who have a garden have been able to enjoy some of the sunshine today. Today's story is Mr Nosey featuring Ginny and lots of strawberries:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBBO1i95TSw&feature=youtu.be

 

Lots of Foxy love,

Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

Tuesday Storytime with Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

 

Hello Foxes! Thank you for all the lovely photos you are putting onto EexAt, Ginny and I are enjoying seeing all your wonderful learning from home.

 

Today's story is Mr Greedy, we hope you enjoy it:

 

https://youtu.be/7rlWt9U2dC4

 

Lots of Foxy love Mrs Lonergan and Ginny x

Storytime with Mrs Lonergan and Ginny

 

Happy Monday my little Foxes, how I have missed your smiles today! I hope you have had lots of fun learning at home with your Mummies and Daddies. You can see from this video that me and Ginny have been having fun today.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4axAQAoiQZI&feature=youtu.be

 

I am going to upload a story for you each day for you to enjoy while your Mummy and Daddy make themselves a well deserved cup of tea. I hope you enjoy listening to them as much as I enjoy making them.

 

Lots of Foxy love,

Mrs Lonergan

Home Learning wb 23.03.2020

 

Hello Friendly Foxes and welcome to your home learning page. While we can't be together at school I am going to use this page to keep you updated with lots of fun learning and activities to do while you are at home smiley.

 

Parents please refer to the timetable below, I hope you find it useful but please remember it is not compulsory- it's simply there to give you some guidance. If you need anything at all please contact me on the email address sent out last week:

reception@greenside-sch.org

 

I am looking forward to hearing from you all. Stay in touch, look after each other and stay safe.

Mrs Lonergan x

Phonics and Literacy wb 23.03.2020

 

Please follow the link below to access your daily phonics lesson:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ?fbclid=IwAR3VTy7_D3dsM56w18_MteBWta2loDoVpsU-RhQKZ5tiP-BerjyLm5wLp9A

Please begin by focusing on speed sounds 1 @ 9:30am, if your child requires more challenge then please refer to the Speed Sounds 2 session @ 10:00am.

These lessons will be available for 24 hours so please don't feel that you need to complete them at the allocated time.

 

I have assigned all Foxes 2 books for each week to read on bug club, please let me know as you would in your child's planner how challenging they find the level of text and I can assign books accordingly week by week. Remember to do the quiz's after reading to support children with their comprehension skills as this is as important as the phonetic decoding of the text. You child's bug club login is stuck in the front of their planner but if you have any problems please contact me on reception@greenside-sch.org.

 

Writing  Challenge

Write your weekly shopping list. Make sure you are using your Freddie Frog Fingers to hear all the sounds. Parents- the real challenge may be what you can actually find on the supermarket shelves from your shopping list but we can at least try wink.

 

Maths wb 23.03.2020

 

This week we are going to be recapping number. To support your child with this please logon to Numbots and give your child time to familiarise themselves with their account:

https://play.numbots.com/?#/game/challenge

Your login will be stuck inside your child's planner however if you need anymore support please drop me a message on the email reception@greenside-sch.org.

 

We would also like to introduce your child to money this week. Have a go at:

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/money/toy-shop-money

 

Maths Challenge

When you go shopping with the list you have made for your writing challenge and you are out buying your weekly essentials, have a go at adding some different coins together to pay for at least one item of shopping. Estimate how much you think each item of shopping will be. What will cost the most and what will cost the least? You can check the receipt afterwards to see if you are right. Upload a photo of what you buy onto EexAt so I can see what you're spending your hard earned pocket money on.

Foxy project 23.03.2020

 

This week we are going to get our musical juices flowing. We had so much fun creating our own band earlier this year that I thought it would be fun for us to create our own musical instruments.

So be as creative as you can, we are going to need to raid the recycling bin, the craft cupboard and maybe the kitchen cupboard too. You can make one instrument or a whole orchestra, from shakers to guitars to recorders; the more creative the better.

 

I will miss seeing everything that you are busy doing so please take some photos and use your EexAt account to upload all your wonderful learning!

 

Good luck and happy crafting,

Mrs Lonergan x

Welcome to Friendly Foxes!

 

We are the Friendly Foxes, one half of the Reception Cohort.

 

Our staff team is: Mrs Lonergan - Class Teacher, Mrs Hodgson - Nursery Nurse.

Miss Webber - PPA Cover (Tuesday mornings and Thursday afternoons).

 

PE is on a Wednesday Morning. Don't forget to come to school dressed in your PE kit!

 

 

As part of their home learning our Foxes have been set 10 challenges to complete at home. Find our #10 saved below and enjoy uploading your challenges to https://my.eexat.com/

Chinese New Year

We had the most fun celebrating Chinese New Year for our Ice day. We made Chinese dragons and even had a go at some Chinese writing. Our favourite part of the day was making Chinese spring rolls. We carefully cut up all our own ingredients and wrapped our vegetables up into little parcels. Mrs Lonergan cooked our Chinese banquet at lunch and then we had an afternoon feast- what a day!

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