Top tips for the best ways to help your child at home-
- Reading and sharing books
- Playing games together
- Playing with print (letters and numbers)
- Singing songs and nursery rhymes
- Drawing and painting (making meaningful marks)
EYFS also has a Facebook page dedicated to providing additional support with home learning. You can find it here .
Posts will focus on-
11:00 Nursery Group time
(Also includes a selection of apps suitable for 2-5 year olds)
(Contains a free e book library with books for your child to read themselves)
(for Reception age and above)
(50 fantastic ideas to try at home)
Playschool TV Greg Bottrill
(Maths for EYFS)
There are some great practical Maths activities for everyday in the link below
For Early Years, lots of practical activities are better than filling in worksheets!
Try to count everyday- count the stairs/count physical activities like jumps, hops, claps/count how long it takes to do something/count objects/count out how many plates,cups you need for dinner/sing counting songs/play a game with a dice
The children in Reception enjoy learning Phonics with Storytime Phonics and the Phonics fairy.
I have found some videos online which we have used in school and they might like to watch again.
The children have been fancinated with the ladybirds they have found in the outside area at school. Here are a couple of poems they might enjoy.
I have had lots of birds singing in the sun in my garden this week so I thought you might enjoy these rhymes.
Poem/rhyme for Week 1 Summer Term
Poem/rhyme for Week 2 Summer Term
I know lots of children have been on bug hunts last week so I hope they enjoy these rhymes.
We use these grids at school and the children see how quickly they can sound out and read the words