Please see the below link for English lessons to cover a range of skills over the summer holidays. In particular, the Terrifying T-Rex lesson includes how to use the past tense and how to write in a non fiction style. Also, the fiction section focuses on how to use exclamation marks as well – another useful skill to embed before September
This lesson is ‘Eat Well – Live Well’ it includes learning about how to keep a healthy lifestyle and choose healthy food options.
This website below focuses on recognising and managing emotions. It is suitable from EYFS – KS1 and is a great way to begin exploring feelings at home.
Typing is an important skill that will aid children’s Computing development. It is a skill that is sometimes harder to practise at length in school so this link (via your Purple Mash login) is a great one!
This website will enhance your child’s mathematical skill set by thinking like a ‘mathematician’. The activities are based on the Trial and Error method to problem solve and reason about the chosen activity. Under ‘Activities and Games’ navigate your way through a chosen area of learning within Mathematics that you feel most comfortable with first, then challenge yourself with something a bit more tricky!
This website has a daily photo displayed – they are taken from all around the world a variety of interests and scenes. This website could be used to develop writing opportunities for your child, writing a story, a character/setting description, and simple sentences using phonics.
Lovely practical science activities for children and their families to complete at home with guidance on safely conducting practical activities in the home environment. Suitable for teacher and parent use.
50 Science experiments to try at home!
A video-based resource with lesson plans matched to the national curriculum for science. Lesson plans include videos, lesson ideas and interactive games and quizzes. Designed for teacher use, but suitable for parent use.
Blue Peter challenges
6 Badges of Summer Blue Peter It is easier than most people think! Have a look at the different badges and see what challenges you can complete.
This website gives lots of fun practical ideas for science investigations that the whole family can enjoy.
Lessons, videos, games and activities can all be found on BBC Bitesize. You can choose a subject and explore what you would like to learn or play. It has a great range of resources so is worth the look!
Primary Games Arena
Primary Games arena includes fun interactive games to enhance learning across subjects. It is set up clearly to see which year range it is aimed towards. You can choose an activity through subjects – Geography, History etc or by year group.