As part of the children’s ongoing home learning, children are still encouraged to read at home 5 times a week over different days to work towards collecting their stickers and reading raffle tickets. This can be recorded in the reading record logs.
Let's get active!
As part of our daily active learning we are using BBC Supermovers to help the children with their learning.
These are great fun videos the children can join in and learn the songs and dances to whilst reinforcing the key skills and objectives for the lesson. Below is the link to the Supermovers homepage so you can explore and try some at home.
We feel it is important that your child continues to reinforce what they have learnt during their Maths lessons in school regularly at home. Numbots is a subscription game that children can practise key mathematical skills through games and challenges. Each child in the school is given a log in user and password when joining the school and this allows children to access the games online.
Other Maths Home Learning Ideas
. Below is a list of activities that your child would benefit from carrying out on a regular basis:
- Reading and writing numbers to 100 in numbers and words
- Counting in 1s, 2s, 3s, 5s and 10s.
- 2s, 5s, 10s times tables
- Recalling pairs of numbers (number bonds) that add up to make 10 and 20
- Recognising and naming a range of 2D and 3D shapes
- Measuring items and reading scales using a range of measuring apparatus (rulers, kitchen scales, bathroom scales, tape measures, measuring jugs, etc)
- Telling the time to o’clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to
- Making amounts with coins.