resources for week commencing 18th Jan 2021
- Active Names
- AI KL Words
- Buzz Phonics Comic ph3 y z qu
- Curriculum meeting Autumn 20201 BF
- EE KL Words
- I Can Spot Phonics Comic sh ch th ng
- Inventor Hunt
- Learning from Home 18 1 21 1
- NG AI EE Snakes and Ladders 1
- ng ai ee Word Bank
- NG KL Words
- Superworm Writing
Resources for week commencing 11th January 2021
Tapestry is experiencing a high volume of traffic at the moment so here are the resources you need for this week.
- 5 senses scavenger hunt
- CH Bingo
- Ch Kinetic Letters Words
- ch sh th reading comprehension
- CH SH TH Snakes and Ladders
- CH SH TH Word Bank
- Learning from Home 11 1 21 1
- SH Bingo
- Sh Kinetic Letters Words
- Snowy Night picture
- Th Kinetic Letters Words
- Website Resources Week 2
Below are some links to support learning at home for children and parents as well as supporting children's understanding of Coronavirus. Most of the websites and resources are aimed at children, but it is suggested that you watch or read to ensure they are appropriate for them to understand.
Stories and Information about Coronavirus
Axel Scheffler, has written a book to explain coronavirus to primary aged children. It is aimed at older children but there are some nice paragraphs and pictures to help explain what is happening right now. Please read first to check it is appropriate for your child.
Videos and reports explaining the different aspects of the virus and how to help protect yourself and others.
A PDF story explaining Corona Virus
A social story explaining why we have to stay at home.
A social story explaining social distancing.
A lovely online picture book to support children's understanding about worries.
Support for Parents
Guidance on supporting young people's mental health and well-being.
Advice for parents and carers.
Websites for Babies, Toddlers
Ideas and activities for children new-born to five.
Tiny Happy People is here to help you develop your child's communication skills. Explore simple activities and play ideas to find out about their amazing early development.