Welcome to Little Learners!
If your child is due to join Little Learners in September 2020, please access the 'New Starters 2020' tab at the top of the page to find welcome messages from staff, virtual tours of our environment and induction information. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Home Learning Grid 4 is also now available below. Your teachers have planned some exciting new challenges to complete while you are learning at home.
We have put together some suggestions for activities you can do at home with your children. We hope that you will find them useful, espcially during these difficult times. We will update the activities in suggestions in due course, so please do check for new content.
New for 22nd June: Learning Grid and Nature Learning Weeks 3 and 4 document.
There are further links in the Reception section, should you wish to use them. Happy learning together!
Letters and Sounds
Possible Daily Timetable
There is no expectation placed upon parents and carers to follow the timetable below with their children at home. It is offered as a means of supporting children's learning at home for any families who would like to use it, in whole or in part.
We hope that you will find these links helpful starrting points for engaging children at home. You can create a library account using the link below, or use existing details if you are member of Lincoln Central Library. There are lots of e-resources available!
|Practical ideas for learning together|
|Lincolnshire Libraries Login|
|E-reading and audio resources|
|Home Learning Resources|
Join Shonette Bason-Wood for the Dough Disco!
Squiggle Whilst you Wiggle!
Learn and practise the movements we use in school!
Dough Disco Days of the Week
Can you remember all of the movements?
Head and Shoulders
This video has been shared with us by Lincoln City Foundation. There are some fun, active songs to help you to keep fit!
PE with Joe
Can you complete the daily challenges?
Phonics Articulation Guide
This video is a helpful guide to the correct pronunciation of phonemes (sounds) when learning to read.