Stay in touch during these challenging times on classdojo. Teachers are monitoring this platform for messages all the time. Send in pictures of your child’s work, we love seeing what they are doing.
The School Run:
This is a site with lots of advice for supporting your child with their learning at home. There is a free trial subscription, however all the advice and helpful activities are accessible for free. You would only need to sign up if you were interested and wanted to download their resources. I found free APPs to download to support my child with money. It is packed with thousands of helpful tips and ideas.
Free access to games, songs, quizzes, worksheets, audio books and much, much more; all free during lock-down.
This is normally a paid for site but free while in lockdown - also has functionality for IPad and phone users. It has hundreds of interesting, interactive games for your child to play to support their phonics skills.
Mindfulness Meditation with Sesame Street
This one made me laugh. You MUST check out snack chat, it made me laugh so hard! However, there are loads of videos to help your child in so many ways, from trying new food, to meditating and being calm. Well worth a look.
To help keep the nation moving Oti Mabuse and her husband Marius Lepure are composing daily dance lessons to a range of entertaining music. Try them out, it’s a lot of fun.
For your first drawing why don’t you draw a key worker and display your pictures in your window!
Post Worker: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w07TIMdQwokVet: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vSzdpBF_VK8
Sign up for a free parents' account on the Oxford Reading Owl. Our school’s reading scheme can be found online; here you can keep reading the next book from the scheme. Don’t forget to keep a record and send us a picture or better yet A VIDEO, of your child reading. We’d love to hear them!
Weekly resources to support maths during lock-down; you could follow these lessons each day, with resources that guide you through activities step by step.
Quiz site (requires a sign up but is free) with learning videos and linked games and quizzes - could really see the KS2 pupils loving this!