Hamilton Trust Activities for Early Years


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Reception Summer Learning Grid

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Home Learning Reception

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Communicating Activities EY HT

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Helping Around the House Activities EY HT

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Games Activities EY HT

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Numbers and Shapes Activities EY HT

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Building and Modelling Activities EY HT

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Movement Activities EY HT

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Art Activities EY HT

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Exploring and Measuring Activities EY HT

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Writing Activities EY HT

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Sensory Activities EY HT

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Make Believe Activities EY HT

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Reading and Listening Activities EY HT

Please access the resources below:

BBC Bitesize Early Years

BBC Bitesize have put together some useful resources for Early Years. This includes helpful information for parents and has links to lots of educational games and activities. Check it out.

BBC Bitesize

Daily Maths

We’ve seen some great MATHS work from our children who have been using our recommended maths resource. We are pleased to hear that The White Rose Maths Team are continuing to prepare a series of five maths lessons per week for each year group from EYFS-Year 10 for the summer term. Every lesson comes with a short video showing you clearly and simply how to help your child to complete the activity successfully. In addition to this, White Rose have partnered up with BBC Bitesize so from Week 3 onwards (4th May), the work on Bitesize will support the work you are doing with White Rose Maths.

White Rose Maths

NumBots

NumBots is an online game and playing little and often will significantly improve your child’s recall and understanding of number bonds and addition and subtraction facts. These are critical foundations in maths. Just simply sign in with the log in details your child was given in their learning packs.

NumBots

Daily Phonics

Read Write Inc daily phonics sessions are important in developing reading skills. The link below will provide you with daily phonics videos and useful tips. Please review set 1 and learn set 2 sounds.

Daily Phonics Videos

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Number Fun

Numberblocks videos are available to watch on BBC iplayer. The children have enjoyed series 1 and 2 to support learning in school. We are pleased to see that series 3 and 4 are now available. Each episode lasts 5 minutes and will develop your child’s sense of number and number composition.

Numberblocks Videos

Numberblocks Games

We love watching Numberblocks videos and playing Numberblocks games. These fun number characters help with number recognition and simple addition and subtraction skills. Check out the Numberblocks games by clicking the link below.

Numberblocks Games

Curl Up With a Book

Reading books aloud to children stimulates their imagination and expands their understanding of the world. It helps them develop language and listening skills and prepares them to understand the written word. I imagine you will have lots of books at home to read but if you are looking for something different then why not try some of the fantastic stories available online. Oxford Owl has stories for all ages. Simply create a free account by clicking 'Join Us' and adding your details. There's lots of books you can enjoy together.

Oxford Owl

Topmarks

Early Years Maths and Literacy resources and games.

Topmarks

Get Creative

There are so many wonderful things you can make using junk modelling materials. So why not have a look through your recycling and get creative. Some suggestions of things you could make are: rocket, robot, house for a soft toy, jewellery box, treasure chest, car, bus, aeroplane. The list is endless. I bet you all have some fantastic ideas but if you need some inspiration then why not get some ideas from Mister Maker. Click the link below.

Mister Maker's Ideas

Keep Calm and Have Fun

Even very young children can feel stressed and anxious, especially during times of change or upheaval. Luckily, there are lots of simple activities you can do together to help your little one learn to calm themselves. Try these simple relaxation and mindfulness activities together and help your child learn to calm down when they feel stressed or anxious.

Click to Relax

Mrs Wilson's top tips to stay happy at home 


1. Walking. I like to take my dog Willow for a walk with my boys. We see other people walking and even though we do not walk near them we can smile and say hello. Also it's good to see the plants and trees growing and changing and luckily we live right next to the beach. Fresh air also makes you feel good. We've even found some new routes to take. 2. Reading. I love to read! I have read lots of stories on my Kindle whilst we have been off school. I have read new books but have also revisited some books I have already read as I enjoy them so much, such as the Harry Potter books and the Twilight series. Erica James and Donna Douglas are two of my favourite authors. 3. Using my iPad. The first thing I do every day is to check out the news and the weather. Throughout the day I sometimes play games, such as Cooking Fever, Candy Crush and Word Cookies. I have also downloaded a jigsaw app and challenge myself to see how quickly I can complete the jigsaws.

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Love to read? Why not leave us a book review to tell us all about the book you have been reading.

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