While you are not in school here are some activities you can be doing daily at home.
1. Reading - Find time to read for 20 minutes each day
2. TT Rockstars - Try to login every day for 10 minutes and look out for Battle of the Bands Competitions!
3. Spellings - Each week your teacher will set you new spelling, try to learn them every day
As well as these, each week we you can have a go at this weeks core tasks to see what new learning you can be doing at home.
If you have time here are some other activities you could be doing daily:
Try to read for at least 20 minutes per day and record this in your diaries. If you run out of books to read at home here is a list of e-books and audio books listen to.
You can set up a free parent account on the following site. It includes books to read or to listen to. Choose books from this site and read at least three times a week.
To enable your child to read current child-friendly news articles, you can enter your email address and for a limited time, get free, current issues of First News newspaper (PDF edition), activity sheets and an extended 6-week trial of the iHub.
This is a link for stories that you can listen to at home.
Use your child’s individual login, which can be found in your school diaries, to access the site. Once logged on, you can practise Stage 3 and 4 words. Try to use Spelling Shed for 10 minutes each day.
Some of the activities on this website require a subscription, which we do not have, but lots of them are free to use.
Use the link below to help practise your handwriting and letter formation.
Use this website to look at some of the pictures. Use the pictures as a prompt for your writing. You could write a description of the picture, use it as a prompt for writing your own story or creating a poem.
Maths consultant, Gareth Metcalfe, is live streaming daily maths lessons for years 3 and 4 from his website at 9am each day. Click here to find his website. You will also find a video explaining how these sessions will work on there.
Continue to work hard on your times tables by playing TT Rockstars for 10 minutes each day.
You could also create flash cards for the times tables that you are currently learning and use them to test other members of your family.
This website contains a wide range of activities for maths. Look at the 7 – 11 age range and choose different categories from the menu each time.
There are a wide variety of maths lessons, interactive games and printable worksheets of the Carol Vorderman Maths Factor website. During the period of school closure, this is free to sign up to.
Joe Wicks will be doing a live workout every day called 'PE with Joe' on his Youtube Channel, TheBodyCoachTV.
This will take place Monday to Friday and will start at 9am.