Badger Class have some brilliant ideas of what you can do on snowy days like today.
INFORMATION FOR FAMILIES WHO ARE ISOLATING DURING LOCKDOWN
I have provided some learning opportunities for your child using the websites below and in the topic links above. For those families without electronic gadgets (laptops, tablets etc) I can provide paper copies of any relevant worksheets for your child to complete whilst they are at home. Please contact me, via email if you need any further information.
Scroll down this page to find some useful links whilst staying at home.
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Communication Support at Home
Ruth Merrit our SLT has come up with activities you can do with your child at home to help them deal with changes to routine, comprehension of words and helping your child understand emotions.
More online links
You can use Education City to engage your child with Maths, English and Science at varying levels to suit your child. You will need to register for a free trial.
Does your child like reading books? If so here is a range of Oxford Reading Tree books that can be accessed online. You will need to register to access this but is well worth it to keep up their reading skills.
This has free phonics games
You can download booklets for the children, choose the most appropriate booklet for your child
There is lots of sensory activities your child can do too, if you go and check out Bobcat class you will find lots of ideas and themed activities.
Fine motor skills are the ability to make movements using the small muscles in our hands and wrists.
Children use fine motor skills to do many school-related tasks.
There are things you can do at home to help improve your child’s fine motor skills.
There are 40 suggested activities here that you might be able to do at home: https://theimaginationtree.com/40-fine-motor-skills-activities-for-kids/