Supporting your child’s learning at home.
Spending time playing with your child is really important at this age.
Young children learn new skills and language through playing and listening to adults. In the midst of our very busy lives, it is so important that we take time each day to do this.
In addition to playing, sharing stories and talking together, we have created a list of websites that may be useful for you. It would be helpful for you to review these sites first, so that you are able to help your child access the best resources available. For online safety, please ensure that your child is always supervised when using a digital device.
Tiny Happy People - A wide range of tips, advice and activities for parents of young children
CBeebies - Programmes, songs and games
BBC radio – Nursery rhymes and songs
Top Marks – a range of games / activities to play. Search under Early Years for appropriate age activities.
In particular these games are helpful for counting and number work
Words for life - Activities for encouraging language development
Purple Mash – a range of activities covering different areas of learning. Please browse the learning opportunities and select those that are most appropriate for your child. A password is needed to access this and it will be available on your child's Tapestry account.
Ideas and activities involving the children’s story character Spot.