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Challenges

Every week in Reception we have challenges to complete.

Maybe you could try them at home! Let us know how you got on we'd love to know!

Here's a recording sheet you can use if you wish.

 

10 frames to recognise amounts

Week 11

This weeks challenges are...

 

Write instructions for making a magic potion.

 

Read an Easter prayer.

 

Work out how many carrots will be left over, after the Easter bunny has eaten some; subtract a small amount from a number up to 10.

 

Week 10

This weeks challenges are...

 

Write a list.

 

Read a book and talk about your favourite part.

 

Add two numbers together.

Week 9

This weeks challenges are...

 

Write a postcard.

 

Read a book. 

 

Put numbers to 20 in order.

Week 8

This weeks challenges are...

 

Write a speech bubble.

 

Read a book. 

 

Choose 3 objects and put them in order.

Week 7

This weeks challenges are...

 

Write a list.

 

Read a book to a friend. 

 

Put objects on a ten frame and take away 2.

Week 6

This weeks challenges are...

 

Write about one of the Chinese objects we have in school.

 

Read a book and tell a grown about it.

 

Put objects in a ten frame and take one away. How many left?

Week 5

This weeks challenges are...

 

Write instructions for a robot.

 

Read a book and spot I, no, go, to or the.

 

Put objects on a ten frame and recognise the amount.

 

 

Week 4

This weeks challenges are...

 

Write a sentence about making our robot.

(remember finger spaces)

 

Try to read a story book.

 

Use a ten frame to recognise amounts without counting!

(being able to visualise an amount will help adding and subtracting and understanding numbers.)

Week 3

This weeks challenges are...

 

Draw yourself as a robot and write a sentence.

 

Explore 3D shapes

(experiment to find the best shape for rolling)

 

Week 2

This weeks challenges are...

 

Can you hide a toy and then use positional language to describe where it is?

(in, on, under, behind, above, below, infront, next to, inbetween)

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