R E A D I N G
Reading is such key component of children's learning. It is vital that children are hearing words being read to them, and as their own reading skills develop they are given the opportunity to practise these reading skills.
I would like you to take the time to read at least 1 book each day to your child. You can use physical books that you may have at home, you can use the Oxford Owl website, Twinkl also have a range of free e-books, your child will also be bringing home a 'Home Shared Reading' book for you to read with to your child and ask questions to check their comprehension. Please note this is not to be confused with out phonics books mentioned on the phonics page If you are not in a position to access any books please come and see me I'll be glad to help. Don't forget to make the most of those incidental reading opportunities tool (shops, road signs, food packaging, magazines, newspapers, tv, logos etc).
W R I T I N G
By the end of Reception in order to achieve the Early Learning Goal for 'Writing' your child will need to:
By the end of Reception in order to achieve the Early Learning Goal for 'Comprehension' your child will need to:
• Demonstrate understanding of what has been read to them by retelling stories and narratives using their own words and recently introduced vocabulary.
• Anticipate (where appropriate) key events in stories.
• Use and understand recently introduced vocabulary during discussions about stories, nonfiction, rhymes and poems and during role play.
By the end of Reception in order to achieve the Early Learning Goal for 'Reading' your child will need to: