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How to help your child at home

This website is great for number recognition and counting www.topmarks.co.uk (1,2,3,4,5 Once I Caught a Fish Alive, 5 Little Speckled Frogs, Hickety Pickety My Red Hen)

To promote fine motor skills we watch the 'Dough Disco' on Youtube. If you would like to do this at home with your child you will need a small ball of Playdough!

To promote Gross Motor movements we watch 'The Learning Station' on Youtube. The Children particularly enjoy the 'Go Bananas' song!

Helping Home Learning Talk with TRUST

Helping home Learning Read with TRUST

7 top tips to support reading at home 

Simple, fun activities for kids, from newborn to 5 years old

49 physical activities for 2 to 4 year olds

Online safety activities at home

Childline Calm zone activities and games

Music activities - covers primary age range

Outdoor Learning Ideas Across the Curriculum: https://www.ltl.org.uk/free-resources/

Make, Create, Play art activities. Watch the video links below to create some amazing art work. Thank you Bristol University.

Make, Create, Play: paper cutting and collage fish

Make, Create, Play: Jackson Pollock inspired mark making

Make, Create, Play: mirrored designs with paint and string

Make, Create, Play: Anni Albers inspired paper weaving

Make, Create, Play: Kandinsky inspired circle painting

Information and support about coronavrius for children and young people - parent guidance advised

Information and support about coronavirus for parents

Supporting children and young people with worries about coronavirus

5 top tips for adoptive parents and foster carers

Tips for talking to your child about coronavirus

Tips for parents during coronavirus

Dave the Dog story about coronavirus

Coronavirus: A story for children

Learning and well-being resources on the Bristol Learning City website