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Can you listen to the story and find the rhyming pairs? If you would like a challenge.. write list of the rhyming pairs you find!

Books Alive! Read aloud Oi Frog! The First in the hilarious rhyming children's "Oi" book series by Kes Gray and Jim Field. Who sits on what? Frog is in for a...

Julia Donaldson Activity Packs

Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler have created a range of free home learning activity packs suitable for ages 3-5 and 5-7 years to complete as you read the books. We read several Julia Donaldson books last term and the children loved them so I hope they enjoy these!


You may already have some Julia Donaldson books at home or you can find videos on YouTube where people read the texts to you, just search the book's title on YouTube.



IT'S EARTH DAY Story For Kids | Earth Day Books for Kids | Children's Books Read Aloud

Today is Earth day! I have attached a story for you and your child to enjoy to help them understand the impact that our actions have on our Earth and what we can do to help control climate change.

Story Telling


The board game scrabble is an excellent way to develop literacy skills and you could even incorporate Numeracy by asking your child to add up the points they earn.



I have seen some great pictures of children baking on Tapestry. If you do bake or cook at home, why not ask your child to write the recipe explaining how you did it. This could be writing the list of ingredients, writing labels or captions such as 'stir the flour' or writing a full recipe. 


The Temporary Tutor

The 'Temporary Tutor' on Facebook has great ideas for home learning across each area of the curriculum. Search 'The Temporary Tutor' on Facebook for daily activities and inspiration.


Below are a few links to online story telling and videos. 

Literacy Walk, Spot, Write and Draw challenge

By the end of reception children should be able to write a sentence that can be read by themselves and others. The process in achieving this is writing labels, then captions which then lead onto sentences. Below are a variety of ideas and activities that your child can complete at home in order to help them achieve their end goals. Please do not hesitate to email if you have any questions regarding this. 

What can the children find to write with outside? Allow them to explore with leave, sticks, water and mud. What can they write using these natural resources?

Outdoor writing - Go on a bug hunt or a bird watch. Can you identify what you find and write a fact about them?