Please note there is a specific way to teach letters and sounds. You can listen to ‘Jolly Songs’ to help.
There are also, many children’s nursery rhymes, songs and poems that can be listened to which will encourage children to extend their vocabulary. Stories and sound books enrich communication, language and listening skills whilst providing children time to relax and enhance their imagination.
Miss Rachel, Principal
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AT HOME LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES
Please find below, a link to some online learning resources.
With a combination of independent and collaborative learning activities, this home learning book provides a great opportunity for parents to learn with their children.
Montessori Practical Life Ideas
Montessori At Home
Here is an online course that can be very useful for parents. It contains a wide variety of useful activities and resources that can be found at home or easily ordered online.
It contains a brief explanation of the key elements of the Montessori approach and how children can benefit for it.
Follow the link for the free online course:
Remember the importance of reading to your children, and making up stories together. The following websites are just a few of the many that can be used to access reading materials and stories for your child.
The SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s award-winning children’s literacy website, Storyline Online, streams videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations.
Free Stories for children of all ages.
Audible Stories is a free website where children of all ages can listen to hundreds of Audible audio titles across six different languages - English, Spanish, French, German, Italian and Japanese - for free, so they can keep learning and enjoying stories.
Book Trust is the UK's largest children's reading charity. You can enjoy story time at home with free online books and videos, play games and test your knowledge in book-themed quizzes.
Hungry Little Minds
Hungry Little Minds is a government based initiative for children aged 0-5 including story links.
In these challenging times HOPE Education have recognised the need for advice and support for not only professionals, but parents and childminders too which is why they have launched their resources for home learning.
All the resources are available at - www.hope-education.co.uk