Category Archives: Home learning

Enrichment Activities Week 6

There are 5 enrichment activities to be completed over the next week. 

The enrichment activities develop skills, independence and encourage children to learn by doing.

Please ensure that you are adhering to the government guidelines. Stay safe and healthy. Please practice hand-washing and social distancing. 

1. Smush painting – https://happytoddlerclub.com/mess-free-smush-painting-toddlers/

2. Ice block treasure hunt – https://theinspiredhome.org/summer-fun-ice-block-treasure-hunting/

3. Create a bird feeder – https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/makes/bird-feeder

4. Create a bubble painting – https://artful-kids.com/2012/02/02/paint-with-bubbles-3-ways/

5.With adult support, make your own kaleidoscope – https://littlebinsforlittlehands.com/how-to-make-a-simple-kaleidoscope-for-kids/

Home Learning Grid Week 6

Please see attached the home learning for week 6. In topic, we will continue to focus on some transition activities for Year 1. Please record any home learning you have completed in your special home learning book. You may also like to post photos and observations on Tapestry. Also attached is the ‘Spread Your Wings and Fly’ PowerPoint.

Art Project

Sadly, this will be your final art project sent to you as part of your home learning! I hope you have enjoyed the previous two art projects! I have loved seeing your amazing art work that has been sent into school. As this is your last project, I thought it would be a great idea to give you some freedom! This means, you can choose your own activity! 

I have included lots of fun art activities to do at home. You might want to do one of them or ALL of them! 

There’s lots to choose from including: 

Origami butterflies: 

and 

Outdoor art: 

You have worked so hard on your art work this year! You should be extra proud of your achievements in art! I have included a certificate template. You may like your parent to print it and write it for you, if possible. 

Miss Emans

More English as an Additional Language Activities


A while ago, we added some EAL support ideas to the blog which we hope you found useful.
Below are some additional websites that offer lots of exciting free resources,ideas and home learning packs for EAL children.

We hope you find them useful !
Mrs Maddock and Mrs Sengupta

https://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/

https://www.eal-teaching-strategies.com/eal-resources