Please refer to your year group page for home learning activities.
Work will be set for children to complete using the online platforms: Purple Mash and Education City.
Remember, home learning doesn't necessarily mean formal school work. You could also:
-Explore your garden: What minibeasts can you see? What sounds can you hear? Where do the animals live? Can you create a minibeast hotel in your garden?
-Share a book: share a book as a family. Read with your children and discuss what you're reading - now would be a great time to start a novel as a family such as 'Harry Potter' or 'The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe'.
-Learn a new skill: have a go at cooking together (with appropriate adult supervision!), tidy the garden, upcycle your recycling into a new product, maybe even try some sewing!
-Get fit! Try some yoga, set up an obstacle course, Simon Says, balloon keepie-uppies or even have a dance party - anything to get your body moving and heart pumping!
-Craft: Make a collage, try some finger painting, cutting and sticking.
-Learning through play: Build a fort and play castles, try the 30 Day Lego Challenge, put on a sock puppet show, dress up as a favourite character, jigsaws, imaginative play!
For ideas on keeping fit and active, please see: