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Welcome to our home learning page!

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Here you can find all sorts of different activities and home learning tasks that you and your child can do during this time of school closures!

We will be updating this page regularly to provide you with up to date information and activities!

Keep in contact!

We will be contacting you each week to see how you are doing. We request that you please email us back on our class email to let us know how you are and if you require any further support. 

Please also let us know what home learning  your child has been up to! 

 

Cardiff@cinnamonbrow.org.uk

 

All parents are set up with a school ping account. Please check this regularly and let us know if there is any problems accessing this!

Online learning

Your child has been sent home with a home learning pack which also contained log in details for the following;

Active Learn

TTRockstars

Your child also can log in to online learning by using the login button on the bottom right of this page! 

 

 

 

 

 

Other useful links...

Please see below a list of other useful links and resources;

BBC Learning

Twinkl

Active Learn

Numbots

Robin Hood MAT - learning resource library

 

 

 

 

 

Home learning ideas!

As all of our children are at different stages of their learning, below is an extensive list of different activities. Please choose the most appropriate for your child. 

KS1 themed activities

• Find objects around your home and use your phonics knowledge to label them. 

• Read a book everyday and write a sentence about what happened in the story, remembering to include capital letters and full stops. 

Or make your favourite book into a cartoon strip.  Remember the speech bubbles!

• Collect 10 pairs of socks, use them to practise counting in 2s forwards and backwards.  What would happen if each sock was worth 20, instead of 2?

• Get a pile of your favourite toys or Lego, group them into tens an ones and count how many you have.  What would happen if you added 10 more? 20 more? 50 more?

• Get some seeds and plant them and record how high your plant grows each day. Why not make a seed diary and record carefully what happens?  Could you use a table to record your results?  Think about how we recorded our results when we made a rain guage....

• Keep a diary - it is really fun to read it back a few weeks later and remember what you did.  What was your favourite day?

• Practise 2, 5 and 10 times tables 

• Complete calculations using all four operations (+, -, x and ÷) 

• Measure objects around your home and record the lengths 

• Go on a shape hunt, write the names of all the shapes you find, then make a table and record the number of faces, edges and vertices for each object. 

• Collect some coins from your money box, list the coins you have and find the total amount. Try to make the same amount using different coins.

Why not make a shop?  You could add teddies or cars or lego bricks..... make labels for the prices and write a shopping list.  What can you afford to buy today?

EYFS themed activities

  • Write their name-first and second name

 

  • Support your child in holding a pencil correctly or as best as possible for them

 

  • Practise letter formation using our han

 

  • dwriting phrases

 

  • Segment and blend CVC words, e.g-dog, cat, Mum, Dad etc

 

  • Write a range of CVC words (e.g. dad  cat)

 

  • Write a simple sentence using the given sound mats (Twinkl)

 

  • Read their school book

 

  • An adult to read a story to them. Enjoy this special time with them - do this as much as possible. Sometimes, discuss characters, setting, problem

 

  • Log in to 'Bug Club' to read a range of decodable texts (log in details are in your child's reading record)

 

  • Order numbers to 10 and 20 and beyond

 

  • Read numbers to 10, 20 and beyond out of sequence

 

  • Practise the correct number formation ('I can write my numbers' song at the bottom of the EYFS home learning page)

 

  • Add two groups of objects together and find the total

 

  • Use objects to subtract and find a total

 

  • Count to 10, 20 and beyond (number songs on BBC school radio)
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