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Homework and Online Learning Resources

Homework is set on Thursdays and must be returned on the following Wednesday. Reading books can usually be changed daily- however I will confirm this to fit in with safety guidelines.

For the first term homework will consist of reading at least 3 times a week. Details of how reading books and reading records will be used and handed out will be announced at the beginning of the academic year in order to fit in with COVID guidelines.

Children will also be given a phonics mat to complete every week, which children will take home and can be returned in school or preferably put on ClassDojo as a photo. 

 

There are also a variety of different websites which children can use to practise their skills:

 

Reading Eggs

This is a great website to practise reading in a fun way. Children in Maple have logons to reading eggs. The site can be accessed here.

 

Phonics Play

To access a range of games to support your child's learning of phonics go to Phonics Play. Phonics pay have made all their resources free for the time being by using the username: march 20 and the password: home. This is a great resource for supporting the teaching of reading. 

 

Times Tables

At www.timestables.co.uk your child can easily practise all of their tables. The arithmetic problems are clear and simple, just select one of the times tables you wish to practise and show what you can do on the speed test, multiplication tables check or print out great worksheets.

 

Top Marks

Top Marks helps you save time finding excellent online educational resources – and you can search by subject and age group www.topmarks.co.uk

 

BBC Bitesize

BBC Bitesize www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary is available to support children in the Early Years, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.  Bitesize is the BBC's free online study support resource for school-age children in the United Kingdom.

 

BBC Supermovers

BBC Supermovers is filled with fun curriculum linked resources to get your child moving while they learn.  The website www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers offers easy-to-follow active learning videos across a wide range of subjects!

 

Pobble

Pobble www.pobble365.com/ is a website that provides a range of visual images, alongside  a variety of comprehension and literacy activities. 

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