Learning at Home
Read, read and read again. Reading is a crucial skill that underpins learning.
You can help by:
- Listening to your child read.
- Try to help them ‘sound out’ the words using phonics skills – speak to the class teacher for more information on phonics).
- Read to your child
- Sharing a book is just valuable as them reading themselves. It is also a great way to bond with your child and spend some quality time together.
- Paired Reading – Read this advice on Paired Reading; it is a great way to enjoy books with your child.
To continue the learning at home you and your child can:
- Practise your child’s spellings, which are posted on Class Dojo
- Practise times tables using Times Table Rock Stars
- Quiz your child on the Knowledge Organiser information
- Ask your child “What did they learn today?” The more they talk about it, the better the links in the brain build and help them to remember it overtime.
There are also lots of things to do and investigate for each topic on the Knowledge Organiser. Click on the topic your child is studying for more information on the Curriculum page.