If your child is at home self-isolating or the school is closed please use the links below to access learning opportunities.
Why not look at the website below where you can access reading books online for you to read with your child?
Understanding the world
Expressive Art and Design
Personal, Social and Emotional Development
Chop the vegetables for dinner together
Give your children the responsibility to help with household chores.
Look at Cosmic Kids Yoga on YouTube and join in together
Sharing a family meal and talk about your day.
Threading pasta on to wool or string
Water play in the bath – scooping, pouring and measuring
Design a treasure hunt around the house
Musical movement games – like musical statues
Lego and block play.
Make a sensory tray with shaving foam, soap, jelly etc
Painting with water in the garden
Building dens and tunnels with blankets and under the kitchen table
Watch episodes of ‘Come Outside’ on YouTube
Communication and Language
Storytelling with homemade puppets – use old socks, lolly stick and straws
Singing nursery rhymes and action songs, such as Simon Says
Make music with saucepans and pots
Play guessing games – such as think of an animal and model giving clues to help your child guess the animal
Play board games
Playing Snakes and Ladders
Bigger and Smaller games – using Goldilocks
Add numbers to pegs and the help your child to order them
Measuring ingredients to cook/ help make dinner
Sing number songs, such as 5 currant buns or try CBeebies https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2sePZkXefyE&list=RDQM26Gygm2q0_o&start_radio=1&ab_channel=CBeebies
Sorting toys by colour or shape
Build train tracks in different shapes
Build towers from blocks – how many blocks did you use? Can you use the same blocks to build a different tower?
Make a bowling game with toilet rolls
Share storybooks and talk about what is happening on each page
Play lotto games – matching pictures
Sing Jolly Phonics songs
Hide an object in a ‘mystery bag’ and give clues to what might be inside
Tap out syllables to break up your name on musical instruments
Phonics play (use the sounds write link)