We have put together some ideas for each pathway that might help you to support your child at home during this difficult time. Many of these activities should be able to be done without needing to buy any resources. We have tried to make them open and flexible.
These are suggestions but you don't need to do them all! Try something in each section; if your child loves it - repeating will help them master that skill.
Follow the instructions to learn how to make a Lego car zoom across the room! One of our Oaklands children will explain the simple steps and show you how to make the balloon powered car. Have fun!
Make your own resources at home to join in with Natasha singing Incy Wincy Spider.
Practice signing along with Nisha as she reads Whatever Next!
Sam has been caring for our Oaklands chickens at home. She'll introduce you to them here and then hopefully you can see them soon in school!
Can you sign dinosaur? Listen to the story of The Worrysaurus read by Abi
Can you sign dog? Listen as Vicky tells a story about a dog called Sid who flew to school!
This activity gives parents an idea of some of the Attention Autism activities that we do to develop children's attention skills. By using visual and highly motivating activities, children are encouraged to sit at a slight distance, make eye contact with the objects used and pay attention to what they do or what happens. Sit and watch together as Five Currant Buns get splatted!
Watch as Laura shakes the salt. See it fall. Can you watch until it has all finished?