We have put together a video bank of activities that you can use with your child at home during periods of partial closure or self isolation. You can also find some more in the speech sounds section and Movie Modelling
Listen as Anna shares the story Everyone Hides with you. Can you guess where little pig is hiding?
Goldilocks and the Three Bears
Listen as Kirti tells you the story. Can you find your own props and then use them to join in with the story?
Listen as Hannah reads the story and practice the key signs with her
Listen as Anna reads you the story - Animal Bop. What animals can you see?
Listen as Hannah shares the story with you and teaches you some of the key signs. Can you watch again and sign along?
The Tortoise and the Hare
Listen as Hannah reads the story to you. When she has finished she will teach you some of the key signs.
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!
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!
Sit and watch together as Five Currant Buns get splatted!
Watch as Natasha sorts different objects that she has found using colour. Can you sign the colours? Can you complete your own sorting activity?
Can you build with Laura? What can you find to build with at home?
5 Little Speckled Frogs
Join in with the actions as Chebourn sings 5 Little Speckled Frogs
Join in with Chebourn as she sings the Colour Song. Can you sign the colours?
5 Little Ducks
Join in with Chloe as she sings 5 Little Ducks. Can you show the right number of fingers?
Join Tomas as he teaches you some number games that you could play at home with your family
Sometimes we all need to take a break from learning and do something physical. Join in with Nisha as she takes you through her exercise break.
Can you go on a sensory walk like Kate? What can you hear, see, touch and smell?
Fine motor skills are necessary for many aspects of self-care as children, for example: putting on shoes, feeding themselves, cleaning their own teeth. Fine motor skills are also critical for the development of emergent writing.
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!
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!
Cheese and Tomato Sandwich
Nisha is making a cheese and tomato sandwich - can you make one too?