Home Learning Archive
Follow the link below for a new Keeping Busy Grid.
Here are some websites and apps which may be useful to use during our enforced closure to complement home learning packs.
RWInc are doing a daily phonics session for children to watch and take part in.
Watch Set 1 at 9.30 if your child hasn’t brought home a reading book as yet.
Watch Set 2 at 10am if your child had a Red, Green or Purple Book.
Watch Set 3 at 10.30 if your child had an Orange or Yellow book.
Follow the link and you can subscribe and include a reminder to watch the new content each day. The videos also stay on for 24 hours after.
Your child's Read Write Inc books have been collected in. Use the Oxford Owl website to continue using Read Write Inc books and learning at home. Your child will know what colour book they are on.
Vooks are bringing books to life with some classic interactive books, offering a free month trial.
Phonics Play are including a free month trial along with a variety of fun games for your child to practice their synthetic phonics.
Teach Your Monster to Read is another fun app which is free to download at the moment (It may not be free for long).
E-books from Collins Books.
Audible Offer Free Audiobooks to children during the school closures
The Literacy Shed has a 14 day free trial, which they extending for the duration of school closures.
Your child will bring home a username and password tonight (Friday 20th March) for Time Tables Rockstars, a fun app for learning times tables. If you are unable to log-in or collect your username and password please call the school office or email Mr Wilkes (firstname.lastname@example.org). A video for each log in is below.
Times Tables Rock Stars Log In Help
This log-in will also allow you to access NumBots, another fun app to learn about counting, adding and subtracting.
Topmarks has a variety of maths apps to use both desktop and tablet versions.
Science tasks and experiments. https://www.childrensuniversity.manchester.ac.uk/learning-activities/science/
There are lots of ways to stay active whilst you are at home.
Here are a few websites which we would recommend:
From Monday 23rd March Joe Wicks will be doing an online PE lesson on YouTube at 9am. You can watch this live or on his channel afterwards.
25 min home workout
10 min home workout
Personal Best Challenge ideas
GoNoodle is free and a great way to get children moving, it also helps calm them down – You can also find their videos on YouTube
Download these activities below.
Visit https://www.twinkl.co.uk/ and sign-up to a one month free trial using UKTWINKLHELPS
Khan Academy is free and has lots of videos and resources, there is also a free Khan Academy Kids App