Home activity packs Once you have read the Helpsheets, click on the links below to download your first home activity packs for each age range. Each pack contains two 15 minute activities to do with your child, using Thinkuknow resources. The next two will be released in a fortnight’s time.
The active homework challenge sheets are great for monitoring your child's physical activity level throughout the week and encourage them to get involved with four activities a week and you can sign them off to prove your child has done it. Why not take part in the activities together? What are active week homework challenges?
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Seasonal activities or those that have current relevance to your child provide a great opportunity to engage them in homework tasks. It can also be useful to set up a dedicated place in which children can do their homework, in order to help them focus. Keep homework activities fun to encourage children to learn without stress.Read More
What KS3 worksheets will support the teaching of metals and non-metals? Help your students learn where metals and non-metals are found on the periodic table, use this simple activity to support your KS3 teaching, as a starter, plenary or homework activity.Read More
Use BBC Bitesize to help with your homework, revision and learning. Find free videos, step-by-step guides, activities and quizzes by level and subject.Read More
Homework Activity Baskets Firstly, divide your class into smaller ability groups, 3 or 4 groups would work. Each group can be given their own. You then fill the coloured homework baskets with activities, games and task cards that the students can take home and. Each Monday, students return the.Read More
Support your child in Key Stage 2 (KS2) with worksheets, activities and games that help develop key English, maths and science skills in Year 3, 4, 5 and 6. The School Run. My account Subscribers' area Subscribe Register. E-mail or. Maths and English homework help is at hand!Read More
This page has been created by Woodlands Junior School for students to improve their literacy skills and for teachers seeking literacy resources to use on an interactive whiteboard or computer. Material on this page are links to other web sites and Woodlands Junior School takes no creative credit for any of the activities or links.Read More
Homework offers opportunities for extensive activities in the receptive skills which there may not be time for in the classroom. It may also be an integral part of ongoing learning such as project work and the use of a graded reader.Read More
Paper-based homework In the worksheets section there is a wide variety of worksheets on different topics, all with answers, that you can print and give to learners as homework. Very young learners can take home something they made in class to play with or use with family members. There are lots of things to make including masks, puppets, clocks.Read More
Homework activities for year 7 is designed to ensure you have all your homework activities for year 7 English in one place. Including differentiated tasks for reading, writing and SPaG, there’s a task for every week of the school year.Read More
Welcome to our new homework grids. Children in all year groups from Reception to Y6 will receive a half termly grids with a range of exciting topic activities to complete alongside key skills tasks. Please see the letter and 'How To' guide, below for a full explanation of how these work.Read More