Make books together for younger siblings or grandparents. Use books/websites to find information about the school topic or hobbies and sign up to clubs. At breakfast, read the back of a cereal packet or the funny jokes on products like Innocent yoghurt drinks. Encourage your child to read the signs and to ask questions. Use puppets, dolls and construction toy characters to build a story setting. Set an egg timer to one or two minutes and tell your child a sound, such as a short-vowel o, and ask them to think up as many words that use that sound before the timer goes off.
Explore the depths of the ocean by creating an amazing seascape. A 3-in-1 project with a 3D wall chart, fact packed board game and playful activities. Practise early reading skills by playing a game show. Players can personalize gameplay towards helping certain skills and to take … Read More