Knowledge and understanding of the world
This aspect of learning covers a wide range of topics including science, geography and history. There is lots you can do at home around this and we will include ideas in the weekly plans.
Children often have their own interests like dinosaurs and wild animals so this is a good way to encourage them to come up with their own projects.
Visit the world from your home - webcams and live streams
As we are restricted in getting out and doing things, many places are doing live streams / web cams. For wildlife this means a much better view than we would normally get.
Explore African live webcams from different reserves and parks https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiGOIXjFqy5_mUNxQNOMfHw
Wildlife Trust webcams (not all live at this point, more will come live as spring progresses) https://www.wildlifetrusts.org/webcams
Wildlife Kate http://www.wildlifekate.co.uk/live-cameras/4594845939
STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths)
The National STEM learning centre have put up lots of resources for home learning and there is also a blog.
Computer skills such as using a mouse, finding programs and using them appropriately and online safety is taught in reception to enable them to access technology safely.
Beebots online - we use 'beebots' in school to help children learn how to control and program. This enables them to do the same online. https://www.terrapinlogo.com/emu/beebot.html
Barefoot computing have put some lovely games on their website to help understand the principles of computing. Some are accessible for Reception children. https://www.barefootcomputing.org/homelearning