Please continue to use Education City to aid home learning in Literacy, Maths and Science.
An example of a Home Learning Timetable to help with anyone struggling for a routine similar to school.
A useful link for Maths is below, following the White Rose Maths scheme of learning.
The children would benefit from lots of counting to 100, practise partitioning numbers into tens and ones and comparing numbers using the language ‘more than’, ‘less than’ and ‘equal to’.
The story “Slowly, Slowly, Slowly,” Said the Sloth By Eric Carle, links nicely to our class topic ‘Jungles and Rainforests’. A link to the Youtube version of the story – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZX39Nc20Ys
Here are some ideas for reading and writing activities that can be used with the children at home.
If you are able and have a garden, a nice idea would be to plant your own seeds/plants – I have received some lovely photos of children making their own vegetable gardens – apologies for not uploading more examples of children’s home learning! When I upload the photos, for some reason they don’t upload properly and cut parts of the photos off (usually the children’s’ heads)!!!
Alternative pronunciation for ou.
Examples of alternative ou = you, soup, group
= could, would, should
= shoulder, mouldy, boulder
Also to practise reading and spelling the high frequency words many, good, away (if the children were to sound these out to help with spelling then they could be spelt wrong, they need to recognise them from memory).
I have loved seeing some great work already, so thank you to those who have emailed! If you would like to email me photos of your work, any arts or crafts or activities you have been doing, I would love to see them! You can email me on email@example.com
Keep safe and keep smiling 🙂