There are lots of things you can do to support your child's learning at home. The number one activity of value is READING! Encourage your child to read regularly, read with your child and sign their school Reading Record regularly. Children have access to lots of books in school and local libraries offer a FREE sign-up and access to a huge range of books and other resources.
In Maths, we regularly use the following websites to practice our times tables and revise key areas of the maths national curriculum. Both websites are FREE to access, familiar for the children and engaging;
The following website has sets of tutorials and resources to use at home with your children for Maths:
To support your child's writing, the Literacy Shed website can be a great source of inspiration. Here you will find lots of video clips and animations with ideas for inspiring writing and engagement;
Despite the likelihood of being indoors at the moment, there is nothing stopping your children travelling the world, taking virtual tours online. Check out the websites below for some fantastic ways to experience some of the most amazing sites and destinations on Earth!
Want to keep your children active? Check out 'P.E with Joe Wicks' on YouTube where he is starting a live home workout next week every day. There are lots of kids workouts on his YouTube channel too:
The Websites below have creative ideas, educational, games and lots of activity ideas.
Learning and Exploring Through Play
Best Ideas for Kids
Family Days Tried and Tested.
Arts and Culture.
Carol Vorderman’s maths school is free of charge until schools open
www.themathsfactor.com Ages 4-11.
The Kids Should See This
National Geographic Kids
Oxford Owl for Home
Children’s University of Manchester
www.Twinkl.com/offer CODE UKTWINKLHELPS
Just Dance videos on You Tube.
Audible have released lots of audio books for free, no need to sign up or anything. Just click this link to get started;
White Rose Maths home resources - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/
Bob Ross on You Tube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kgZnJqzNaU painting lessons.
Online resources to go with the CPG revision books, all subjects all year groups
Scholastic.com/ learn at home
An app with bite size online lessons teaching 36 languages including French and English.
Below there are lots of resources you can download and print at home to support your child with revising topics that are currently being taught in Year 5.