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Reception Scheme of Work Spring 1

Foundation StageMedium Term Planner - Personal Social andEmotional TermSpring 1 (Toys) Class

Foundation StageMedium Term Planner - Communication, Language andLiteracy Term Spring 1(Toys) Class

Foundation StageMedium Term Planner - Mathematics Term Spring 1(Toys) Class

 LearningIntentions Spontaneous learningopportunities and ongoing Plannedactivities Resources, events,outings and visitors 1.     Say and use numbernames in order in familiar contexts. 2.    Count reliably up to10 everyday objects. 3.    Recognise numerals 1to 9. 4.    Use developingmathematical ideas and methods to solve practicalproblems. 5.    In practicalactivities and discussion begin to use the vocabulary in adding andsubtracting. 6.    Use language such asmore or less to compare two numbers. 7.    Find one more or oneless than a number from one to 10. 8.    Begin to relateaddition to combining two groups of objects and subtraction totaking away. 9.    Use language such asgreater, smaller, heavier or lighter to comparequantities. 10.  Talk about, recogniseand recreate simple patterns. 11.   Use language such ascircle or bigger to describe the shape and size of solids andflat shapes. 12.  Use everyday words todescribe position. 13.  Use developingmathematical ideas and methods to solve practicalproblems. Sing number songs andrhymes     Count 1-5, 1-10,1-20     Count a set ofobjects (5, 10, 20) giving just one number name to eachobject     Play recognitionerror games with puppet e.g. count same object twice, miss out anobject, make an error in counting sequence, touch but dont name,summarise incorrectly)     Count in tens andtwos     Recognise numerals1-9, then 0 and 10, then 10 and beyond     Recognise numeralsfamiliar to them     Count numbers on anumber track     Read numbers fromindividual cards     Find a number from agiven selection     Match numbers to setsof objects     Find a number on aclock face, till, telephone, calculator etc.     Spot numbers in theclass, school, environment     Begin to recognise 0as zero     Use number cards aslabels for sets     Begin to recognisenumber names e.g. three     Compare two numbersand say which is more or less     Say a number whichlies between two given numbers     Begin to use thevocabulary of adding and subtracting     Find one more or oneless than a number from 1-10 Add new children topictogram / graph birthdays in months     Add new children toage pictogram which changes over the year I am 4, I am 5 picturemoves on childs birthday     Collect informationin a survey about favourite toys and count responses     Sort toys into setsof materials they are made of and count and label     Sort toys into setsof how different toys work e.g. magnetic, non-magnetic     Label posters forclass toy shop with prices less than 10p     Solve simplepractical problems and respond to what could we try next? e.g.using money in the class toy shop     Practice ordinalnumber when racing cars and vehicles down slopes and whendiscussing the Chinese New Year Story     Compare the weightsof two/three toys guess then check.     Find a toy that isheavier or lighter than this one guess then check     Use compare bears toweigh using different classroom equipment e.g. how many unifixcubes weigh the same as 5 small compare bears     Compare twocapacities of containers in the sand and water trays     Order threecapacities of containers     Use full, empty,more, less, half, full, nearly, same as, heavy, light, heavier,lighter when exploring quantities

### Foundation StageMedium Term Planner -Knowledge and Understanding of theWorldTerm Spring 1(Toys)Class

Foundation StageMedium Term Planner - Physical Term Spring 1(Toys) Class

 LearningIntentions Spontaneous learningopportunities and ongoing Plannedactivities Resources, events,outings and visitors 1.     Move with confidence,imagination and safety.  2.    Move with control andco-ordination.  3.    Travel around, under,over and through balancing and climbing equipment.  4.    Show awareness ofspace, of themselves and of others.  5.    Recognise theimportance of keeping healthy and those things which contribute tothis.  6.    Recognise the changesthat happen to their bodies when they are active.  7.    Use a range of smalland large equipment.  8.    Handle tools,objects, construction and malleable materials safely and withincreasing control. Grossmotor     Explore range ofclimbing, balancing and sliding apparatus, wheeled toys, bats andballs, hoops etc. in the outside area    Join in PE lessonsthat focus on travelling skills (running, hopping, skipping,jumping) and body parts     Play sending andreceiving games with bats and balls, bean bags, quoits, hoopsetc.Fine motor     Solve range ofjigsaws     Sewing cards,binca, holes punched in paper     Threading beads,reels, pasta, shapes etc.     Dressingup     Make collages/modelsusing scissors, glue, tape, paper, junk     Use woodwork toolswith support     Use paintbrushes andmark-makers     Play with sand andwater toys,     Use computer keys andmouse     Model with dough,clay, plasticine rolling pins and cutters, etc.     Explore textures e.g.gravel, talc,     Use cutleryindependently at lunchtimes Health     Adopt healthy andhygienic routines throughout the school day Play games to developspatial awareness     Explore ways oftravelling under, over and through equipment emphasising body shapee.g. wide, tall, small, curling and stretching     Represent varioustoys e.g. puppets, jack-in-a-box, cars through dances usingpercussion instruments as accompaniment emphasising dynamics offast/slow, jerky/smooth, tense/floppy etc.     Make a toy jigsaw bydrawing a picture on thin card, covering it with tacky back andcutting shapes.     Practice sewingskills by making puppets (hand, stick, string)     Make toys fromdough     Complete jigsawpuzzles     Make a robot junkmodel     Dress up with toymasks to create imaginative stories     Thread jewellery fordolls    Print patterns usingwheeled toys     Draw old and newtoys    Make constructionvehicles with wheels

Foundation StageMedium Term Planner - Creative Term Spring 1(Toys) Class

 LearningIntentions Spontaneous learningopportunities and ongoing Plannedactivities Resources, events,outings and visitors 1.     Explore colour,texture, shape, form and space in two or threedimensions.    2.    Recognise and explorehow sounds can be changed, sing simple songs from memory, recogniserepeated sounds and sound patterns and match movements tomusic.    3.    Use their imaginationin art and design, music, dance, imaginative and role-play andstories.    4.    Respond in a varietyof ways to what they see, hear, smell, touch and feel.    5.    Express andcommunicate their ideas, thoughts and feelings by using a wideningrange of materials, suitable tools, imaginative and role-play,movement, designing and making, and a variety of songs and musicalinstruments. Collage withdifferent fabrics, papers, foods and materials     Painting (finger,bubble, hand, splatter) with different sized brushes, differenttypes of paints on different sized, shaped and texturedpaper.     Printing with string,shapes, food, leaves, lino,     Drawing with pencils,pens, crayons, chalks, charcoal on different sized, shaped andtextured paper.     Modelling with junk,clay, dough, construction, wood     Look at paintings andother forms of art and discuss content and style       Recreate and make upnew characters and stories through imaginative and small worldplay      Make music throughsinging, body sounds, classroom objects and musicalinstruments    Listen to a widerange of music from around the world and from differenttimes     Respond to musicthrough painting, drawing and writing    Dance to a range ofmusic from around the world and from different times Make a collage toy tocontribute to a larger class frieze of a toy shop     Design posters forthe class toy shop     Observation drawingsof old and new toys using chalks/charcoal    Paint a favouritetoy     Sew hand/string/stickpuppets     Draw a toy picture,cover it with tacky back and cut it up to make a jigsaw     Design a new toy forthe future    Make toy masks fordressing up in     Print patterns usingtoy shapes     Make a small worldplay mat using collage and junk materials         Role play scenes inthe class toy shop     Make up imaginativestories about toys coming alive     Small world play withpuppets     Play with small worldtoys imaginatively     Create dances torepresent different toys e.g. balls, puppets,jack-in-a-box,       Sing songs relatingto toys e.g. Ive got no strings to hold me down, Teddy bearspicnic, Train is-a coming    Make music for toydances e.g. bouncing balls, string puppets,    Use repeated patternsof sound to accompany story of Oi! get off my train Invite a grandparentin