HAPPY HALF TERM HOMEWORK – We know how important it is to be healthy and active in Reception so your half term homework is to go on an Autumn Walk or do an Autumn Scavenger Hunt. Draw pictures in your homework book of some of the signs of Autumn you saw and we will share them when we get back to school! Use the Autumn Scavenger Hunt checklist to help you if you want! Look out for all the different Autumn colours and talk about the changes at this time of the year. Remember to send us a photo of your Autumn Walk or Scavenger Hunt to share in class too!

Remember to keep sharing your reading book at home and keep practising your phonic sounds too! You’re all making so much progress! Well done Reception!

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