Reception – Expressive Arts. Instant access to hundreds of fun and engaging online lessons for your pupils. Lesson can be embedded anywhere!

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By The Pembrokeshire Home Learning Team

Schools and teachers across Pembrokeshire have come together to provide fun and engaging activities for home learning.

30 mins

What will I learn?

Lots of fun and engaging online lessons for pupils to do at school, or at home

Share on Google Classroom, Microsoft Teams and other VLEs - just copy the URL!

Instant homework activities lasting between 30 minutes and 1 hour

Perfect for supporting school closures, bubbles being sent home and home learning

Lessons included...

  • Reception > English > Expressive_Arts > Art > Living things - Parts of a flower To be able to name each part of a flower > To be able to talk about the job of each part of a flower >To be able to create a parts of a flower poster
  • Reception > English > Expressive_Arts > Art > Cooking - Bear Snacks - Goldilocks and the Three Bears Part 3 To make a bear snack using ingredients I have at home > To use different foods to represent different features of a bear's face
  • Reception > English > Expressive_Arts > Art > France - Paris and the French flag To learn about another country > To be able to discuss two different flags > To be able to design my own flag
  • Reception > English > Expressive_Arts > Art > Emotions - Faces and feelings To be able to discuss different feeling and emotions > To be able to create faces using natural objects
  • Reception > English > Expressive_Arts > Art > Sequencing - 'Magic Train' by Barefoot books singalong To develop sequencing skills > To retell a story
  • Reception > English > Expressive_Arts > Art > RE - Jesus - Caring and Kindness I know how to be kind and caring
  • Reception > English > Expressive_Arts > Art > Story Characters -'The Gruffalo' by Julia Donaldson To retell a familiar story > To start to develop understanding of characters in stories > To develop fine motor skills
  • Reception > English > Expressive_Arts > Art > Mixing colours - Walking water experiment To be able to identify colours > To be able to mix colours together to make new colours > To be able to observe and discuss
  • Reception > English > Expressive_Arts > Art > Shape - 2D shapes - Shape shifting scarecrows To be able to name and recognise 2D shapes > To use 2D shapes to make a picture
  • Reception > English > Expressive_Arts > Art > Poetry - Colours - Five Little Flowers To learn a counting poem > To recognise and name colours > To develop an understanding of first, second, third, fourth and fifth
  • Reception > English > Expressive_Arts > Art > RE - What did Jesus look like? To use my imagination to create a picture of Jesus > To be able to describe what I think Jesus looked like > To begin to use initial letter sounds to help me write words
  • Reception > English > Expressive_Arts > Art > Living things - 'This is Owl' by Libby Walden To understand what nocturnal means > To be able to follow instructions to make a simple kite
  • Reception > English > Expressive_Arts > Art > Living things - 'Mister Seahorse' by Eric Carle To learn facts about seahorses > To understand how and why creatures use camouflage > To create a piece of artwork
  • Reception > English > Expressive_Arts > Art > Creative writing - 'Room on a Broom' by Julia Donaldson To follow and discuss a story >To write a simple spell > To make a wand
  • Reception > English > Expressive_Arts > Dance > Imaginative writing - Dinosaur Rap To know some facts about dinosaurs > To make some dinosaur movement to music > To draw and label a dinosaur
  • Reception > English > Expressive_Arts > Dance > Descriptive writing - Animals To draw and describe a favourite animal > To listen in and join in with some music > To move like some animals
  • Reception > English > Expressive_Arts > Drama > Retell a story - 'Fairy Hairdresser and the Princess and the Frog' by Abbie Longstaff To use imagination to make creative models > To listen to and retell a story
  • Reception > English > Expressive_Arts > Drama > Creative writing - 'Port Side Pirates!' by Debbie Harter and Oscar Seaworthy To use my imagination to be creative
  • Reception > English > Expressive_Arts > Music > Story telling - 'There's a hole in the bottom of the sea' by The Barefoot Books Singalong To retell a familiar story in the right order > To use my imagination to create my own story