If your child is self-isolating, please explore the below links for activities and ideas to support your child's learning at home. Even if your child is not self-isolating, you may like to use these activities to practise skills at home.
Provide opportunities for your child to develop the muscles in their fingers, hands and wrist and practise making marks. By taking part in pre-writing activities, that support fine motor muscles they are developing their fingers and hand muscles to eventually hold a pencil and form letters. Any activities that involve your child making small movements with their fingers are brilliant. They could include: making models with Lego, clipping pegs onto a washing line, using keys to unlock padlocks, threading pasta onto string etc.
Enjoy some of your favourite stories or maybe try some new ones by scanning the QR codes below.
Use the Phonics Play games to practise blending phonics.
Try some of the free e-books on the link below.