At the moment we are sending out a Home Learning Letter every week with lots of ideas on how you can work with your children. You can find these on https://lilliandelissa.sch.life/Page/Detail/home-learning-ideas
If you have any questions about this please discuss them when we make your wellbeing phone calls.
Here are a list of more websites you can use to access home learning with your children. They are organised into the 7 areas of learning from Development Matters (The Early Years Foundation Stage 2012)
The first links are to general home learning ideas which are good to use regularly.
The Birmingham Early Years Networks (BEYN) and the Centre for Research in Early Childhood (CREC) have been commissioned by Birmingham City Council to support and amplify their important COVID-19 Public Health communications to families with children under five.
Transition to Primary School
There are lots of on-line resources available to help you and your child prepare for the move to Primary School. These are just a few:
Communication and Language
Interactive Story Books and Games
Barefoot books sing a-long with.
Julia Donaldson stories.
P.E with Joe Wicks
Family fit club with Mark and Lee
Personal, Social and Emotional Development
Spot Goes to School by Eric Hill
Dave the Dog is worried about Coronavirus- A Nurse Dotty Story
A Selection of Well Known Children's Stories read on You Tube
Handa's Surprise by Eileen Browne
The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle
We're going on a bear hunt by Michael Rosen
Not now Bernard by David McKee
Interactive counting games
Mathematical games for 3-5 year olds
Understanding of the World
Make a home made sensory bottle
Explore indoor gardening at home
Expressive Art and Design
Come to Curly Cath's Cottage and join in with some singing and dance fun
Wriggle Dance Theatre: daily creative dance lessons
Make your own DIY paintbrushes and paint at home