Welcome to home learning in Ruby class. These are suggestions and it is really up to you to decide what is best for your child.
Ideally every day you should read together. Reception and Year 1 children are still embedding their phonic knowledge for fluency so practise the sounds each day as well as the high frequency words (red / irregular words).
Maths and English can come through every day activities, especially when linked through your child's play.
Mornings are best for focus and attention, leaving the afternoons to pursue their interests and topic learning projects.
Try to take good care of yourselves with regular exercise and opportunities for mindfulness and relaxation too.
Phonics and spelling
Keep In Touch -
We're using the class blog (using your own blog page) as a way to keep in touch with all that you're doing at home so we can write comments to you. Please try to post something for us so we can catch up often.
Projects - Look for our weekly project suggestions on our Topic pages or try an activity from our home learning resources
Look at some of the activities set up for you in the '2dos' on Purple Mash
At least once a week do something practical like baking or pick a skill to consolidate or play a Maths game on Purple Mash.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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