Home Timetable

Here is a suggestion of what you could to.

Reading Creative Maths PE Phonics Writing

Read a book that you have at home or try

Oxford Owl

Make something from the book you read out of playdough. Here is a Recipe. Snack Time

Go to Education City and see what your teacher has set for you.

Education City

Remember it is important to keep fit and healthy. Joe Wicks has some great child friendly workouts.

Joe Wicks


Go to phonics play and choose a game to play together.

Phonics Play

Year R should look at Phase 1-3.

Year 1 should play Phase 3-4

Year 2 should play Phase 5

Using the exercise book provided by the school work together to write what you have been up today. Draw a picture to match your writing.

Finish the day with a bedtime story – We have uploaded some onto our school website if you’d like to hear a different voice.

Other ideas:

Mindfulness activities – follow this link.

Den building – why not create an indoor den so children use it to read in or play in – https://www.noaandnani.co.uk/den-building-ideas-for-the-best-dens-ever-i43#Indoors

Cosmic Kids Yoga – https://www.cosmickids.com/

Singing songs – Singing songs is a really great way for children to build muscle memory and vocabulary banks. The BBC and YouTube has some great classic nursery rhymes you can use to help jog your memory of some old favourites – https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/school-radio/nursery-rhymes-a-to-z-index/z4ddgwx

Cooking activities – cooking is a great activity to do with children; it’s great for talking and maths knowledge. Cbeebies has a great show called ‘My World Kitchen’, it has great recipes that are easy for children to follow – https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/shows/my-world-kitchen

Card games – card games are an excellent way to develop number recognition and number fluency. They are also lots of fun – https://www.kidspot.com.au/things-to-do/kids-games/indoor-play/snap-12-classic-card-games-to-teach-the-kids/news-story/1d153893aee53908749c1377c588928c

Indoor Scavenger Hunt – Scavenger hunts are good for thinking strategically and for problem solving skills. This website has an example of some clues you can use – https://www.thespruce.com/indoor-treasure-hunt-for-children-1695332

At home science experiments – Science experiments are a fabulous way to make predictions and be surprised by what may or may not happen – https://mommypoppins.com/kids/50-easy-science-experiments-for-kids-fun-educational-activities-using-household-stuff

Create a family book, with information and pictures about each family member.

Cleaning up with children – Make sure children help you out during this difficult time and make clearing up fun and enjoyable – https://www.goodmorningamerica.com/family/story/marie-kondos-tips-tidying-kids-67095053

Make bubbles – Create your own bubble mixture and bubble wands. This activity takes a lot of trial and error. You could make different shapes and experiment to see if the differing shapes make different bubbles. https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/howto/guide/how-make-bubble-mixture