EYFS

This page has links to websites to help with teaching and learning in the early years foundation stage at home.

Some are offering their parent portals free for 30 days.

Tishylishy

Tishylishy is a UK Early Years teacher. Teaching FS1 (Nursery) in a Primary School. Assistant Head responsible for EYFS and KS1. She shares ideas and posts pictures of fantastic activities on Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest. The links are below to view her ideas.

https://www.instagram.com/earlyyearsideasfrom_tishylishy/?hl=en

https://twitter.com/tishylishy

https://www.pinterest.co.uk/search/pins/?q=Tishylishy&rs=typed&term_meta[]=Tishylishy%7Ctyped

Hungry Little Minds

Simple, fun activities for kids, from newborn to five. https://hungrylittleminds.campaign.gov.uk/

 

Tiny Happy People

Tiny Happy People is here to help you develop your child's communication skills. Explore our simple activities and play ideas and find out about their amazing early development. https://www.bbc.co.uk/tiny-happy-people

 

ABC DOES

The collection of activities and ideas below will help you as parents and carers find fun things to do if you are at home with younger children.

It has been put together by Early Years practitioners who have a wealth of knowledge and a HUGE bank of ideas and activities. 

We would like to thank Alistair Bryce Clegg for gathering them all together and sharing them on his blog. https://abcdoes.com/home-learning/

 

The Curiosity Approach

Nursery and Reception staff use the curiosity approach in school. If you click the picture below it should take you to a sign up page for a free guide of ideas to use at home with your children. You can also follow the instagram account if you click the link here: https://www.instagram.com/curiosityapproach/

 

EasyPeasy

Fun and games for 0-5 year olds - delivered straight to your mobile - FREE until the 31st May. https://www.easypeasyapp.com/parents

Activities and home learning ideas to do with your children

You and your child can continue to learn at home through play activities, socialisation, relaxing, cuddling, responding, talking and communicating.

Take a look at the information on this page to find out how you can develop skills to better understand your child’s learning and development and how you can continue the learning. Click the image:

 

 

Outdoor ideas