Things to do at home with your child:
-Count forwards and backwards from any number.
-Count in 2’s to 20, 5’s to 50 and 10’s to 100 (forwards first then try backwards)
-Look for numbers everywhere (on packaging labels, car registration plates, door numbers etc.)
-Practise writing numbers in sand, flour, mud, and paint, as well as with pens and pencils.
All children in Reception can now access Ten Town. Information about this can be found here: Ten Town Information for Parents.
-Practise blending sounds to read simple words
-Look for sounds they know: in papers, in magazines, on packaging.
-Practise writing letters in sand, flour, mud and paint.
-Make letter and words with play dough.
-Read books with your child and ask them some questions e.g. Do you like it? What might happen next?
What do you think they should do now? Which is your favourite part? Do you know any other stories like this?
Phonics Play have decided to make their services free to use during this period. Children can use the site at home without parents needing to subscribe. To access all of their resources, all you need to do is follow this link and log on using the following details:
Classroom Secrets – Free Maths, Reading and Grammar home learning packs and interactive resources for all ages.
White Rose Maths – Free Maths home learning resources for all ages. Watch the videos and try the questions.
Primary Stars – Free Maths home learning packs for Year 1 and 2.
Top Marks – Free educational resources and games for English and Maths.
ICT Games – Free educational resources and games for English and Maths.
Oxford Owl – Free ebooks and reading resources available when you create a free login.