There is no one way to 'do' home learning. Some families may prefer a timetabled approach, some may prefer some thing a bit more flexible. Also, some children will adjust to home learning better than others. You need to work out what works best for you.
Our detailed plans for home learning can be found here.
Your top priority should be reading. Sharing a book a day, and talking about what you have read, will make a real difference to your child. Revisit some favourite stories, look at books on line, or listen to audio books. Mixing things up a bit may help keep the children's interest better.
Above all, please don't worry if your plans don't work out. Your family's mental health and well-being is the most important thing.
You may find the following links helpful...........
The Literacy Trust - Lots of free reading, writing resources, audiobooks and challenges.
Radio Blogging - daily shows with lots of interactive materials from Pie Corbett & friends.
Mr McPhonics - phonics videos for reception and key stage one
Jane Considine - daily literacy lessons for juniors
Spelling Frame - spelling games
The Poetry Society - ideas for writing poems
English & Maths
Mastery Maths and English- free printable worksheets.
Plazoom - lots of English and maths resources
Carol Vorderman's Maths Factor
Joe Wicks - The Body Coach - daily workouts
LV Yoga - Yoga for children
Carole Kenrick - science at home
Maddie Moat &Greg Foot - science based games and experiments
The Beat Goes On - body percussion lessons
BBC - a huge amount of content covering all different subject
The Scouts - outdoor activities from the Scouts.
Geography - map work games