Home Learning Ideas
Hairy phonics 3 free to download until Saturday.
Great for practicing those tricky sounds. P3 upwards
Sentinus - Magic Triangle
Sentinus - build a barometer
Support for children with dyslexia
Calling all Gruffalo fans...
There is now advice from the Education Authority in supporting children with literacy difficulties at home. Just follow the link below:
STAY SAFE ONLINE
Click on this link to read about Goldilocks' experience on the internet!
More information on keeping children safe online is available from https://www.vodafone.co.uk/mobile/digital-parenting/resources-category
Fun activities for younger children - or big kids of all ages!!
Advice and support from Autism Advisory and Intervention Service
www.eani.org.uk menu/services/pupil support services/AAIS
Click on the link to find fun challenges from Sentinus.
Balancing robot - template
Link for template - https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-cVjZBMBNNXYm1RYjFuLTNMNWs/edit
Build your own scales 27.4.20
Today’s challenge has two parts!
Part 1: is to complete the puzzle attached to this email. You can print it out and stick the men in the correct place or you could draw them if you don’t have a printer.
Part 2: Make your own colourful spinning top. You may want to use some of the materials we have used.
- 10p and cardboard
- Cardboard and a pencil
- CD and a marble
You might even come up with some other ways to make a spinning top – we would love to see this! As an extra challenge you record the time it takes for the spinning top to start and finish and test which one spins the longest.
Don’t forget we are always looking out for our pupil of the week so make sure you send your finished challenges through to email@example.com or contact us via our social media pages; Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Have fun!!
Floating and Sinking 14.4.20
floating and sinking 2
Some ideas to promote mental health for children
Free access to Collins Big Cat e-books
Search for Collins Connect, click on the Teacher Portal and enter
and click Login
Free e-books also available from Oxford Owl www.oxfordowl.co.uk
I read about these apps at the weekend, the ones in bold are free to download.
Go Explore - CBeebies
Khan Academy Kids - maths activities
Teach your monster to read - create your own monster and teach it to read
ScratchJr - fun coding app
World of Peppa Pig
Mental Maths 5-6
Dr Seuss's ABC: AR version
Google Arts and Culture - virtual tours of museums and galleries
Kahoot! - Trivia quizzes, 1 person can host and others compete
Swift Playground - Teaches Apple programming language through puzzles
Elevenses with David Walliams - free story every day. Also activities related to his books available on https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/activities/
20 activities for 20 days - great ideas for nursery, P1 and P2
Advice from Autism Advisory and Intervention Service
Tips for maintaining routines at home
• Try to develop a consistent daily routine i.e. get up at normal school time, have breakfast, lunch and dinner at usual times
• Support your home routines with visuals if possible
• Try to maintain a consistent bed time routine
• Include daily physical activity in accordance with health guides
• Reduce exposure to news, media coverage and social networking sites
• Try not to talk negatively in front of children
• Limit your use of technology
• Make use of structured games and activities e.g. Jenga, connect four, snakes and ladders etc.
• Encourage children to utilise their special interests in a positive way to create project work, art, craft ideas etc.
These may be more appropriate for younger children
Leaflets from the RISE team