Welcome to Melbourne Infant School's home learning page. We hope you find the information on this page useful. If you have any questions for teachers please email email@example.com or send them a message on the Dojo App.
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Home Learning Information
Wellbeing of the children at the very centre of our curriculum. Here are some of the books we have been using to support our learning with this;
At the start of the year each child had a welcome pack which they have been sent home with. Please find additional resources to support home learning below;
Home Learning Resources - Welcome Pack
Ideas for helping your child at home;
Hear your child read every day (little and often). This can be using a reading book, online Bugclub book or book/ comic of your own choice.
Ask questions about the story. Try to link their own experiences.
Practice your sounds using the sound mats.
Read the ninja words (tricky, common exception, hard to sound out).
Share and enjoy library books/ story books together, including books written by the author of the month.
Practise spelling regularly and apply into sentences (according to age/ ability).
Play word games (I spy).
‘Have a go’ at writing.
Practise counting, numerical formation, number bonds and times tables (where appropriate).
Complete some activities on the termly homework map.
We also want to support your child's mental health whilst you are at home. Please see the resources below for activities you could compete.
Mental Heath and Well being resources
Below is a list of links to a variety of websites which can support you at home with your children. Please remember you also have your Spelling Shed and Bug Club logins to use - staff will continue to update these during term time.
https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ (phonic games)
https://www.tts-group.co.uk/home+learning+activities.html (home learning packs for each year group)
https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/ (free Ebooks)
https://www.storylineonline.net/ (online reading of hundreds of books)
https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/5-8/ (range of Literacy based resources plus many more)
https://education.microsoft.com/en-us/resource/755e5a8b (Engage your family for an hour or more with these safe and simple, family-led learning experiences for ages 3 to 12. This collection of free activities, curated out of educational resources from around the world, encourages families to Learn, Do and Share)