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Home learning

 

To support your child's learning at home you should:

 

  • Share stories every day, ask questions about the pictures
  • Involve your child with day to day tasks such as cooking and tidying up
  • Draw pictures together, practise name writing
  • Encourage independence with self-help tasks such as toileting, dressing and feeding
  • Encourage positive behaviour, have clear boundaries
  • Limit screen time

 

Check 'Evidence Me' regularly so that you can see what your child has been learning about at Nursery. Don't forget to send us some photos of their learning at home too!

 

Language and Social Development

 

Speaking, listening, understanding and socialising are fundamental skills for young children to develop. Please see the links below for more information about this, as well as ideas for ways to help at home.

 

yeshttp://www.earlyyearsmatters.co.uk/our-services/school-and-nursery-improvement-partner/psed/

 

yeshttps://www.nct.org.uk/baby-toddler/learning-talk-and-communication-your-baby/how-can-you-encourage-childs-language-development

 

yeshttps://www.nhs.uk/news/pregnancy-and-child/screen-time-linked-delayed-development-young-children/

 

yesClick the link below to go to our SEN page to find more resources to support your child's language and social development

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