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How to support learning during school closure
You will have received a pack from school with some ideas and activities for you to work on with your child. You also have your new home learning sheet with lots of ideas on.
Don't forget to play simple games such as puzzles, board games, hide and seek and I spy. These all help your child to learn important skills such as working as part of a team, turn taking, counting, phonics and fine motor skills.
Look after your bean. Bring it back when we re open and show us how tall it has grown.
Children find it difficult if they are inside for a long time so you could make up active games. Roll a dice and think of an action for that number, eg. 5 star jumps, 4 hops, 3 touch your toes, 1 - reach up high........
Here are a few websites you can access.
Twinkl - Twinkl are offering free access to parents during this time.
offer code - UKTWINKLHELPS
Phonics play - are also offering parents access during this time
We are working on phase 1 for phonic activities, in particular our focus is currently rhyming.
Username - march20
Password - home
Phonics - letters and sounds have a range of games to play. We are working on phase 1.
Cbeebies - https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies
We don't expect you to spend a lot of time on cbeebies but there are lots of songs and rhymes for you to sing together and games and activities to play.
Being Active - If you want to stay active Joe wicks has kids workout sessions on you tube for you to follow. Google Joe wicks kids workouts.
Keep your children active and burn off some of that energy!
We have been learning a range of yoga poses. Have a go at home.
You tube have a range of yoga videos for children. Here are a couple to try.
Our new topic is
We will be sharing stories about growing including; Jack and the Beanstalk, The Hungry Caterpillar, Oliver's Fruit Salad and Oliver's vegetables.
We are growing beans.
Do you grow any flowers or vegetables at home?
We will be learning about healthy and unhealthy foods. What do you like to eat? Can you try any new foods?
What is your favourite breakfast, lunch and dinner?
Here is a link to some songs and rhymes you could sing with your child.
Some parents have talked to us about their concerns when children are using the internet. Here is a link with some ideas for supporting your family when accessing the internet.