Here are a few ideas to keep you busy while school is closed. We've uploaded a timetable giving examples of things you could do each day. These will cover all areas of learning and resources to support with these can be found below. We've tried to ensure these activities can be done from home as easily as possible. Please remember, you do not need to print every resource out; use the exercise book that we've sent home to do the activities. The Foundation Stage is all about giving children opportunities to learn through play; the ideas on the timetable will give your children a chance to explore and learn without requiring printed resources.
We'd love to hear how you are and what you've been doing. Please feel free to use the email address below to send pictures of yourselves competing the activities or photos of any work you do. You could even work with your adult to write an email to your teacher! Can you tell your adult which sounds they'll need to write different words? Can you find the correct letters on the keyboard?
We hope you all have lots of fun sharing your learning with your family.
Remember to stay safe and stay happy!
If you have any questions or require any support please email the following address for this Year Group:
Fantastic Free Online Literacy Resources
Home Learning Week 13 - W/B 06/07/2020
Letters and Sounds - Online Phonics Lessons (Please see flyer below)
Spark Arts Home Learning for Children
Launching Spark At Home
Leaping out of the libraries and into your Schools and Nurseries - finding ways of connecting with our Early Years partners in schools and nursery settings.
Artists in Residence, Dave “Stickman” Higgins and Sophie Cullinan have literally leapt into action, to jump out of the libraries, and into your classrooms to create stimulating and challenging learning opportunities that will support children’s learning across the EYFS three prime areas of learning and beyond!
Spark at Home offers...
a) A stimulating framework for supporting the learning of language, movement play, and social and emotional relationships
b) Regular Wednesday slots, 11am and 2pm
c) Designed with the “home learning environment” in mind using the simplest everyday items found in the school classrooms and nursery rooms
Make a date in the diary for all staff and children to get creative with the host of everyday items at your fingertips