General Resources

We will update this page with general templates and resources that can be used at home to support a variety of home learning activities.

Literacy

read build write board– use post its/scrap paper to write the word your child is learning to spell and put it in the read box. The build box can be used with plastic letters, pasta, playdoh etc to make the word. The last box write the word.

2 player game each choose 1 spelling word/common word. Play using the normal rules of tic tac toe writing the word instead of X or O

connect 4 2-4 player game. Mix up spelling/common words and write in the boxes. Use counters, different coloured pens or buttons to try and get four in a row. Must be able to read/spell the word to be able to cover it.

Kaboom- can be done with lollipop sticks or paper. Write the question on one side of the sticks/paper. On a few write KABOOM! instead. Mix them up, if you select a question and answer correctly you can keep the card/stick. If you get kaboom! you lose them all. Winner is the person left with most at the end. Can be done with spelling words or maths questions.

 

Audible– Audible has announced that during the school closure period, they will be allowing access to their audio books for children, click here to get started.

David Walliams– The world of David Walliams is realising an audio story from The World’s Worst Children every day for the next 30 days.

Numeracy

Times tables- pairs or snap. Cut up paper/card write on half the question eg 4×3 then on the other half write the answer eg 12. Shuffle the cards, deal out to number of players for snap. Turn upside down and take turns choosing two cards for pairs. Try to match answer and question

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This can be used to support a variety of activities. A fun game for learning numbers to 100 is to cut it up like a jigsaw and child tries to put back together.

Kaboom- can be done with lollipop sticks or paper. Write the question on one side of the sticks/paper. On a few write KABOOM! instead. Mix them up, if you select a question and answer correctly you can keep the card/stick. If you get kaboom! you lose them all. Winner is the person left with most at the end.

addtion and subtraction board game– progressively harder

snakes and ladders game– numbers to 100.

timestable record card – can be used to practice or as a record sheet

made 20 game– make 20 game and instructions. playing cards required. Could write these on a piece of paper.

Dice Games/Playing Cards  Dice and Playing cards can be used for a variety of activities, multiplying 2 numbers together, making a number then +1, 10 or 100 -1,10 or 100

 

Health and Well Being

Pe With the Body Coach- He will post a new video every day (Monday-Friday) for children at 9am.

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Art

Miss Rae’s art lessons  – Miss Rae has some super videos on you tube for art ideas. She also has her own Facebook page which has great ideas too.

STEM

Lego- Daily Challenges lego