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TOPIC Isolation Learning

Using the Home Learning Materials

19th October:  (unit attached below)

The Materials

• Each resource contains an overarching weekly theme and all the activities relate to this.

• There will be a new theme each week, but activities can be carried over from one week to the next.

• There is no time limit to the activities, and they may take more than one week.

• All the activities can be adapted for different age groups, even though age recommendations are given.

How to use

• Read the instructions carefully before you start an activity.

• Parents or carers may have to help with resourcing the activities, but children can mostly work independently.

• Each activity has ideas and question prompts to consider.

• The activities are all planned with limited resources in mind.

How can parents, carers and siblings help?

• Select the activities that most interest your child.

• Read the activities aloud with your child and discuss how they could be adapted

• Help your child select the appropriate activities and talk through the safety aspects of each task.

• Adapt any of the resources and materials as you feel necessary to support your child's needs.

 

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