Welcome to our home learning page. Since we are no longer allowed to be in school and we know how tricky it can be to ask children to learn, here are some helpful website and apps for the children to use. This will be updated with new and different ideas that we will add as we learn too. The links are below each description.
Various different Activities.
Twinkl are offering a free subscription for a month, there are so many presentations and acitivties for every subject for the children to watch and learn from, also to consolidate their learning too. There are also books and stories for the children to read also. All you need to do is click on the link below and in the top right corner, click the join button which will lead you to setting up your free account. They also have teamed up with CBeebies to add some work aroung one of their progrmammes called Go Jetters a geography based programme for children. Children can watch the programmes and follow the power points and acitvities too.
Dorling Kindersley have a stay at home learning page, this includes many different activities and ideas of things to do that the children can either print off or just follow on their computer, tablet or phone,
White Rose are offereing free reouserces for children to use at home too. This will kink in to the work that they have done in school too. Short questions that the children can answer.
There are daily phoincs lessons on you tube with reading experts from Read Write Inc. Children will be able to join in with lessons on set 1, 2, and 3 sounds every day. There is a link below to 3 of the lessons however if you google it then you will find more. These are hapenning every day and would be great for parents to see how we teach the sounds too.
Teach your monster to Read, is an free app to download whcih supports children's reading and phonics. This is a game style format whcih the children will love.
Audible are offering children's books for free at the moment.
Book Trust have loads of different Free books for the children to read along with, classics like Hairy Maclairy and Oh NO George!
Pete Mckee, the Sheffield born artist is doing tutorials on his youtube page for beginners. These are approximatley 5 minutes long and very easy to follow, and no specialist equipment is required, as he says himself, the back of an envelope will do. Click the link below.
Joe Wickes is doing daily exercise classes for children to join in with ( and adults) on his youtube channel, if yoube missed any then they are all on there to catch up on. Click the link below or scroll down for the link to all his videos at the bottom of the page.
The FA 2pm Challenge
YOu can do this via the APP or via their twitter feed, another way of getting th children moving.
This can be done online or via an APP too. This is a fun way for the children to get moving, using dance and other movements. It's a little bit like Just Dance.
Great maths and literacy games and songs, including actions. Children love these in school, especially the times tables ones.
This is a great way of getting younger children moving. Active screen time where children can move using stories they know and midfulness activities too to reduce any anxiety or just get children to learn to be calmer.
Jump Start Jonny
Another fun and exciting way to get children moving which is free at the moment. This man is very energetic.
Again another free app for those who love football. You may need to set up a free acount to use this.
Dance lessons for children
Oti Mabusse is doing dance lessons for children on her you tube channlel form 11.30 to 12pm.
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