Times Table Rock Stars!
This is another fun online resource which will support your child with learning their times tables through games and competitions with their peers. They will have an opportunity to use it in school once a week but we recommend they access it at home for extra support.
Click on the link below to access the site.
Here's a link to help with telling the time...
Top Tips for Reading at Home!
Read for at least 10 minutes a day.
Read out loud and put expression into what is read.
Discuss what is happening. Can your children summarise what has happened, pick out the important events or read between the lines to tell you something that is implies about a character?
Discuss vocabulary and language. Does your child understand what a word means? Can they put it in their own sentence? Can they think of similar or opposite words.
Make reading together an enjoyable time. As well as reading books from school, your child might enjoy reading magazines, children’s newspapers, journals, sports biographies or children’s annuals.
Take turns to read. This could be a sentence or paragraph .