Rosie would like you to watch https://youtu.be/Iou5LV9dRP0 this video of the Bear Hunt story, which is read by the man who wrote it. Rosie really likes listening to him reading it. She likes the sounds he makes, as he goes on the bear hunt! Do you have this book at home? If you do, can you tell the story like Michael Rosen using the sounds he makes?
Please find below the latest ideas of what you can do with your child at home if self-isolating or if your child is well and you have decided to keep them at home for the timebeing.
Below you will find further ways in which you can support your child's learning at home:
The government have produced some new guidance and resources for parents with children in the early years, to support their children’s learning at home during the Covid-19 outbreak. You will find the new content on https://www.gov.uk/guidance/help-children-aged-2-to-4-to-learn-at-home-during-coronavirus-covid-19?utm_source=Foundation+Years&utm_campaign=61d2309c31-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2019_03_21_05_01_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_8f9a6de061-61d2309c31-321567609&mc_cid=61d2309c31&mc_eid=58601a4ce3
If you wish to access an online library of dual language books, please read the following instructions -
Once in the website click on the menu button on the top left corner
Twinkl: Online learning resources for children in the Early Years up to the end of Primary School
babyballet - providing a fun, active and educational programme of themed daily online classes, entertainment and resources http://www.babyballet.com/
Playing and Exploring
Explaining in Child-friendly Language
Free resources for Home Learning
If you would like to see more links, visit https://www.tes.com/news/coronavirus-free-resources-home-learning as tes are providing a number of free resources and ideas for home learning
Resources for Parents