Please find daily or weekly home learning activities for your child in each of the weekly folders.
Attached below is a visual timetable you may want to use with your child. This something that we use in class everyday and is a great way to help the children structure their learning and know what is coming next.
Attached below is a cut out bookmark with a range of different style comprehension questions. These are the same style of questions that we ask in class to ensure the children have a strong understanding of the book they're reading. This is to help support your daily reading with your child.
Oxford Owl has a fantastic ebook library with a wide range of free ebooks to read. Try different times of day to access this website as like many others is popular at the moment with children during the school day hours.
Ideas to keep reading fun:
1. Change where in the house you read.
2. Make a den or cosy area to read in(washing racks and sheets are great for this).
3. Look for websites offering free ebooks to download.
4. Have a family book that everyone can take a turn at reading.
5. Encourage children to reread familiar and favourite books again and again.
6. Make a personalised bookmark to use when reading.
7. Enjoy bedtime stories.
8. Read whenever you get the chance (little and often).
Attached are sound cards for phases 2-5, along with real and alien words for all phases. They're to support any phonics teaching you choose to do with your child.
Phonics lessons will be uploaded daily.
Phonics Play have provided a username for children for free, to use while home learning.