Please see below to find activities to support the continuation of learning at home while we are closed. Be sure to check ClassDojo daily for assignments and activities.
Children can access reading on many online platforms, their reading books and anything else at home they can read (your home books, magazines, information on the backs of packets, recipes etc).
Use Oxford Owl to find activities and fun ideas which will be updated on their website. Username: pakeman Password: Pakeman2020
Go to Storyline Online to listen to celebrities read some of our favourite stories.
You can continue to practise counting forwards and backwards up to 20 at home. Number recognition, simple addition and subtraction (using counters/resources) and 2D and 3D shape recognition are also important to keep practising.
White Rose Maths will take you to a series of brand new maths lessons perfectly linked to our learning in school. Every lesson comes with a short video showing you clearly and simply how to help your child to complete the activity successfully. This website will be updated at various points, so keep checking back to see whether new lessons have been added.
There are also some downloadable maths activities underneath.
You can access phonics and spelling games through Phonics Play which is currently free.
Username: march20 Password: home
Twinkl are offering one month ultimate membership, totally free of charge. Go to www.twinkl.co.uk/offer and enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS. Twinkl can be overwhelming. At the bottom of this page you can find links to recommended printable activities. Twinkl has also put together Interactive Learning Links if you do not have access to a printer.
Check out Red Tricycle for lots of fun activity ideas to do together at home
Keep a diary of your time off. With a grown-ups help, write one sentence a day about what you have done, what you ate, how you feel.
Keep practicing your phase 3 sounds and tricky words – reading and spelling!
Write a letter to a relative or friend telling them about what you have been learning about.
You could also write a letter to a grown up at school. Post it on ClassDojo!
EYFS specific activities you can download from Twinkl. Don’t forget to sign up for FREE using the code UKTWINKLHELPS by going to www.twinkl.co.uk/offer