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Learning Together at Home
Dear parents/ carers, and educators
We are beginning a series of blogs and exchanges which will help support families and children learning together at home.
Through these blogs we aim to provide an inspiring resource to families, so that home learning can be an exciting and joyful experience. The blogs will appear once a week on our website and on social media, and will include some ideas for you and your children to explore at home.We would like to share experiences of children and families in the blogs and invite you to participate by sending us your photographs, videos, notes from your family explorations. We'd be able to share some of your experiences on our blogs and on our social media pages – this will all help build a lively picture of parents and children around the country imaginatively exploring, learning and being together. We are in an enforced situation, but we can maximise the joy and playfulness and new perspectives which are hidden in our everydays.
Some of the things we anticipate that the explorations will include are:
- working with different learning spaces at home (including the kitchen)
- materials and imagination
- story telling
- den building
- dressing up
- working with children's questions and ideas.
Click HERE to go to the page on our website where you can subscribe to our blogs post and also sign up to participate in sharing your s and your children's' experiences.
Even over the Easter weekend, we have had some lovely early responses to the suggested first focus 'Out of the Window' and will be sharing these soon.
Out of the Window
Look out of your window: - Draw a picture of what you can see – either the whole view or something in particular that you like. Tell us about your drawing: what can you see? How does it make you feel?
We plan to share and develop this theme,, as the responses to this open invitation come in, and to offer - and to get - further suggestions.
Traps & Tenderness
Here's an example of a mother and son exploring, reflecting and learning together: a holiday occasion brought back and built upon at home, which gave everyone much intrigue, learning. and satisfaction.
You can read it on our website HERE.