We are hoping that your child will complete 3-4 learning activities per day, 15-20 minutes per activity and this could include minibeast hunts, painting, making playdough, baking, construction, puzzles etc. Your child should complete one Maths and one Literacy activity per day, this could include Mathletics, Bug Club, Busy Things, Espresso etc. It is important that your child continues to practise recognising and using their phonics through daily reading and writing activities. Please look at the weekly overviews an choose an activity from there. In addition to this your child should be reading for 15 minutes a day either using their reading book or reading a book on bug club. This reading should be supported by an adult. Don't forget to enjoy a bedtime story either read by an adult or online!
Please remember children in Early Years learn through a play based approach and that play is an important part of a child's early development. Through play children develop social and cognitive skills, mature emotionally, and gain the self-confidence required to engage in new experiences and environments.