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Room 18: Tasks for Home

At school we have been working on developing skills for life. It would be fantastic if you could find time in your day to keep these skills going:

Life Skills:

  • Spreading butter onto bread/toast
  • Making cups of tea under close supervision
  • Making light lunches
  • Doing the dishes (and drying and putting away)
  • Dressing themselves
  • Tying shoe laces
  • Putting socks on
  • Cleaning kitchen surfaces
  • Cleaning other household surfaces (shower, windows, doors)
  • Loading the washing machine
  • Hanging out laundry

Communication:

 

Maths and Literacy.

  • Your child has access to educationcity.com on this site you will find a range of maths and literacy activities which your child can engage in. Logins will be provided.

General Activities:

https://www.tts-group.co.uk/home+learning+activities.html Exciting Learning Opportunities (Early Years)

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/early-level-home-learning-resource-pack-cfe-pa-2548601 Home learning pack for learners working at Early Levels

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/eyfs-nursery-school-closure-home-learning-resource-pack-t-tp-2549365 Home learning pack for learners working at Early Levels

 

 

 

Room 18 suggested Daily Routine:

If you would like to follow our school day, this is a suggested timetable which mirrors our class routine.

Time Activity Task
0915 Settle into your day Wash hands
0930 Circle time Sing and Sign hello

What day is it?

What month is it?

Makaton sign

Daily news

What is the plan for the day?

1000 Work- maths or language See task list above
1030 Snack and Break Healthy Snack

Outside free play

1100 Life-skills work See task list above
1130 Walk Enjoy the outdoors- there are some activity ideas in the packs
1230 Lunch and Break Pupils tidy up after themselves once they have finished their lunch
1330 Tasks such as cooking, art, music or outdoor learning There are resources for this in the packs
1400 PE  
1430 Choosing Time Outside, Laptop, listening to music, Play a game etc
1500 Finish structured day  

 

 

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