Home School Learning

Foundation Phase

Here is some information about how to log on to HWB and select J2e resources.

 

Here are some links to documents that you may find helpful. 

Tricky Word Checklist

tricky word ideas

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Helping children with Mathematics

List of Sites for home learning

Topic Ideas All About Me

Home Learning Ideas

Guide to Google classroom and Seesaw

Please find support with handwriting below 

arrows to indicate correct formation

Blank Handwriting sheet

Capital Letters

Cursive Handwriting guide for parents

Cursive Handwriting

Lower case letters

FP Home Learning Resources for Parents

 

Key Stage 2

Here are some links to documents that you may find helpful. 

Year 3 – 4 Statutory spelling list

Guide to Google classroom and Seesaw

Year 5 – 6 Statutory spelling list

Topic Mind Map Ideas

Home Learning Ideas KS2

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Helping children with Mathematics.Y4_5_6docx

Helping children with Mathematics Year 3

List of Sites for home learning

A fun Literacy activity

Home school ideas

Please find support with handwriting below 

Blank Handwriting sheet

 

Please find a video below explaining how to upload work to Google Classroom. 

 

To support your children with their reading and comprehension skills please log on to the Giglets website. www.giglets.com 

All children have been given a username and password to access this. 

 

Education City is a great resource to develop literacy, numeracy, ICT and science skills. 

 

HWB is a learning platform that the children can use to develop many skills. 

 

Guide to log onto Hwb

Please find a link below that provides parents with free speech and language advice, resources and activities. 

 

Sign up for free access to a large selection of Oxford Reading Tree books. Each book has interactive activities linked to the story to make reading more fun! 

 

 

Here are some activity ideas: 

 

a range of resources that the children can access

Playing actively in and around the home

 

Here are some Stem activity posters with ideas to take a look at:

Plastics challenge – Poster

Plastics challenge – Poster

 

Please find Thrive activities below: 

Week One Thrive Activities

Thrive activities for parents of children up to age 11 – week two (1)

Thrive activities for parents of children up to age 7 – week two

Thrive activities for parents of children up to age 16 – week three

 

You can also find some home learning guidance for maths below from Third Space Learning. 

https://thirdspacelearning.com/blog/home-learning-resources/

 

Some ideas for outdoor learning in the garden. 

Outdoor-Adventures-Parents-Pack

 

Please find free downloadable learning activities on TTS. 

 

Have a look on the link button below which has lots of free Welsh songs on it with backing tracks and vocal versions.  Nothing better than a sing-a-long to brighten up the day! 

 

You can find some activities that the Community Department at Glamorgan Cricket have put together. Below you will find one of their videos. 

 

 

For pupils who are at home, there are some great skills challenges. The Cool Catcher challenge is easy to do and needs very little equipment. It supports numeracy learning whilst keeping active . Watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pUilVjuL0I

Also look at Flat catching on the Cricket for Girls website

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Idg4Qy5Eq28&feature=youtu.be

For older children, there are also some gardens drills – look at Garden drills

https://twitter.com/skillacq/status/1242239164969390081?s=21

 

 

WWF have launched a new#LearnToLoveNature hub, which includes a suite of educational activities and ideas for children and their families. Have a look on the button below. 

 

 

Cardiff City have developed projects and some ideas that will help at home, including keeping active, motivated and resilient. 

 

This Parent Toolkit is designed to give you access to a range of Young Enterprise and Young Money resources suitable for use with children and young people as part of their home-learning. 

 

 

Please find a link below about talking to children about the Coronavirus.  

Talking to children about Coronavirus