Learning at home

Sort it out

Each weekday during April, as we’re all at home, I’m sharing ideas to help develop children’s skills for learning through play. Today’s offering combines helping out at home with following instructions. There’s a healthy dose of maths on the side, too!

April sorting

Adapt the concept to suit children’s ages and stages – simplify as necessary or make it more complex. Older children can cope with more sophisticated language, more difficult or more numerous instructions. This helps build language skills for listening and reading comprehension as well as problem-solving skills for maths and science.

Maths related resources are here.

Maths infographics are here.

More ideas for supporting maths are here.

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