- Sing and tell nursery rhymes and make up some of your own.
- Cook and/or Bake
- Make time for your child to run, jump, climb and play OUTDOORS.
- Playing board games together which encourage turn taking. Ensure some board games involve moving on a certain amount of steps and that play with a dice or dominoes.
- Allow your child to see you reading for pleasure or writing for a purpose such as making shopping lists or writing a birthday card.
- Plant seeds or bulbs in a pot or a garden patch.
- Playing counting games / I spy whilst out walking or at the park.
- Encourage your child to be independent when getting dressed and undressed and putting their own shoes and coats on.
- Sharing stories and discussing the content
- Spent time talking to your child throughout the day enjoying a range of conversations and extending their vocabulary.
- Phonics Play: Phase 1 - You will find lots of games and ideas to explore with children at home. Free membership.
- Stay at Home Story Time: Oliver Jeffers will be reading one of his books every weekday and talking about some of the things that went into making it.
- Topmark—www.topmarks.co.uk - You will find lots of games and ideas to explore with children at home. Free membership.
- Number formation—Youtube –Fun English Number Formation Rhymes https:// youtu.be/q2G4ki-8UZU
Or try some of these APPS