Here are some ideas for working at home with your child



Share a book and talk about the story/ pictures. Ask questions about what is happening in the story. Give the children opportunities to draw simple pictures.


Name the parts of the body – eyes, nose etc.


Continue learning the Pori Drwy rhymes.


Talk to your children and encourage them to respond in sentences. .


Draw pictures of people, including face and body, arms and legs.


Play ‘I spy with my little eye’. Letters can be changed for colours. 

For example, I spy with my little eye, something that is green.



Count to 10 – forwards and backwards and when they can do that start at different numbers. Recognise numbers to 10.


Match 1:1 objects e.g laying the table.


Go on a shape hunt – find all the circles, squares and triangles in the house.


Make playdough – see recipe below.

Playdough recipe

1lb plain flour

8oz salt

1 ½ pint of water

8 teaspoons of cream of tartar

4 tablespoons oil


Put flour, salt, cream of tartar into a saucepan.

Add colouring to water and stir into mixture in saucepan.

Add oil

Stir to make a ball

Turn onto plate or worktop and let cool




Jolly phonic songs

Oxford owl reading site

BBC alphablocks





BBC numberblocks

Math games

Math ideas



Yoga for children

Joe wicks


Easy craft ideas


Lots of resources covering all different topics


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