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Twydall Primary School

Twydall Primary School

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EYFS

Please see below for activities that children can do at home, you can also access Tapestry to share the activities which your child is doing at home.

Cbeebies:

Alphablocks

Numberblocks

Andys adventures

 

Interactive games:

Maths and Literacy

Top Marks

ICT Games

Free ebooks to read together

Oxford Owl

Videos to support Phonics teaching at home

Ruth Miskin Phonics

Play games like:

  • Snap – take it in turns to turn over the cards one and a time if the cards math shout snap and collect all the cards the winner is the player with the most cards at the end of the game.
  • Matching pairs – lay cards face down on the table turn two over if they match keep them if not turn them back and play moves to the next person.
  • Play ‘Kim’s game’. Put a few items on a tray (e.g. a crayon, an apple, a building brick, a toy car). Then look, cover, remember and check!
  • Simon says – touch your head, touch your arm. Make it more challenging by asking children to stand behind / in front / next to / on top or under and item. Or add a maths twist Simon says find me a circle, square, 3 pencils, 2 cushions.

Board games like:

  • Snakes and ladders – develops turn taking skills and counting
  • Frustration - develops turn taking skills and counting
  • Guess who – develops descriptive language and memory
  • Hungry hippos – count how many balls you won who had the most?
  • Buckaroo – develops coordination, finger and hand strength required to hold writing implements
  • Jenga - develops coordination, finger and hand strength required to hold writing implements
  • Pop up pirate - develops coordination, finger and hand strength required to hold writing implements

 

Playdough

Roll, pinch squeeze, flatten, cut (with scissors and knives), stretch

 

 

Home Activity Guide

Tips for Families