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Lois’ Home Learning

This is the visual timetable that Lois created at home with her brother. What fantastic learning Lois, well done!

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Ringo’s Home Learning Day 30

Play ‘robots’. One person has to give instructions to the other person to tell them where to move. Try using language like ‘quarter turn’, ‘half turn’, ‘left’, ‘right’, ‘forwards’, ‘backwards’, ‘clockwise’ and ‘anti-clockwise’. You could also make some ‘paths’ inside or outside, e.g. by using masking tape or chalk, and take it in turns to […]

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Ringo’s Home Learning Day 29

Make your own visual timetable! Take photos of draw pictures of yourself doing activities throughout the day. Organise these into a schedule. If you muddle all the pictures up, are you able to put them back into the correct order again? Can you make a calendar for the different days of the week too? Email […]

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Eric’s Home Learning Day 28

Do something kind for someone else. You could help do some washing or lay the table, make and send a card for someone who may be feeling poorly or anxious, or say some kind things. You could also start up a gratitude diary, and write down three things each day which you are grateful for.

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Lois’ Home Learning

As part of our speech and language provision, Mrs Vernon-Smith has been writing ‘Word Aware’ lessons for some children to practice key concepts at home. This is Lois learning about ‘above’ with her ‘Concept Cat’. This is great Lois, well done!

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Ringo’s Home Learning Day 27

Help with the washing! Pegging is really good to practise fine motor skills. You could also try ordering the items on the washing line from biggest to smallest, pairing up the socks, looking at and discussing patterns, working out whether you have enough space to peg everything up. You could also practice counting in 2s […]

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Ringo’s Learning Challenge Day 26

Create a sound map! Find a place where you can listen to different sounds – you could open a window or go outside onto a balcony or in a garden. Draw a cross in the middle of the paper – this is to show where you are. Then sit quietly for a couple of minutes, […]

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Ashton’s Home Learning

Ashton has had a great time doing the egg experiment from a previous blog post. Well done Ashton, keep up the good work!

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Eric, Betty and Ringo’s Home Learning Day 25 (for tomorrow!)

Celebrate VE day! You could have a tea party with some red, white and blue bunting and find out what it was like to live through the first world war. See the list of ideas that have been sent out by school. Ringo, Betty and Eric enjoyed their special tea party to celebrate! We’d love […]

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Eric’s Home Learning Day 24

Make some shapes using string! These could be as big or as small as your like. How many different shapes can you make? Can you write labels for the shapes you have made? Can you talk about their properties, e.g. how many edges, vertices (corners) they have? Can you talk about the angles they have […]

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