Scholastic are continuing to support reading at home and as such have made 10 of their home learning packs absolutely free. These are a range of books written by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler who are responsible for books such as the Gruffalo, The Ugly Five and Stick Man. Why not check them out using the following link:
Need more ideas for how you can support your children at home. Why not check out these great daily learning packs which seek to support our learners in continuing to develop their reading and writing skills at home.
BBC Bitesize are currently providing daily lessons that cover all areas of the National Curriculum. Open up your internet browser and use the following link:
All you then need to do is select the relevant year group, where you will have access to a range of core subjects depending on what you fancy studying. If you want to cover a particular lesson, for example English, why not use the following link to find what you're looking for:
Read, Write, Inc continue to refine the offer they have for our children at the current time. As such they have now included Spelling lessons and story time as part of their program. Be sure to check out their Youtube page using the following link to make sure you and your child never miss a thing!
Here are the latest home learning packs for English. Why not check out the following packs which seek to support our learners in continuing to develop their reading and writing skills at home.
Not too sure what websites are "tried and tested" and suitable for use to support your child with learning? The Government have recently produced a fantastic, comprehensive guide to supporting learning at home. It includes a range of websites, resources and links to use to continue to keep offering your children a sound education.
Want to check it out? Use the link below:
Got some bored children at home? Don't forget that BookTrustHomeTime has an 'activities' section full of fun ideas to download and print! From puzzles, to colouring sheets and crafts, there's loads of stuff to try over this Easter break:
Family is such an important topic for our children. It is the people who they are surrounded by right now and also the ones they are missing. Why not check out this week's home learning project linked to family for some ideas of how you can inspire reading, writing, maths and other curriculum areas through this topic. To support with their art task of self-portraits, please use the attached guidance to support their sketching skills.
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