Home Learning (Covid-19)
Welcome to our home learning page!
We will be updating this on a weekly basis so that you will be able to see
what we are covering in F1 each week.
If you find that your child can not attend school due to the Covid-19 pandemic, you can carry out as many
tasks as you like, knowing that your child is not missing out too much of the curriculum by not being in school.
We also plan in many activities to develop the children's fine motor control and activities for free drawing and mark making.
Please see the links on out 'Supporting at home' on our page as there are examples of activities to support this.
Spring Term 2021
Summer Term 2021
During the last few weeks the children in F1 have been looking at different sea animals and what the ocean looks like. They have been investigating what animals live under the water and the animals you may find living on the ocean bed along with some of the features that make them unique.
Whilst the children are at home, if you would like your child to continue with some work here are a few ideas the team have put together to keep the learning process going;
- Draw/make a picture showing animals that live in the sea or on the ocean bed.
-Watch a video about the animals and learn a fact that you can tell a friend when we return.
- Have a go at writing some of the words we have been learning this last few weeks ,....sea ,ocean ,crab,shark ,fish,boat,shell,star fish and any other sea related words (if they struggle with this then concentrate on the initial sounds that they can hear).
- Keep looking at shapes in the home ,what shape is your door, windows, table, wheels on prams or cars etc. You might then want to go on a shape hunt and count how many you find. Hide a shape and see if you child can find it.
- Look at numbers in the home, have a go at counting anything, make counting fun and interesting using toys ,cars dolls etc.
- Share a story, a book is a great way to engage your child and have some quality time together, see if they can tell you what is happening by looking at the pictures.