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Why not try some cooking at home?  Cooking together supports speaking and listening, reading and numeracy skills as well as being great fun.  Try these healthy alternatives:

http://letsgetcookingathome.org.uk/

Below is an overview of what homework looks like in our school.  Read it for some more ideas!

Click on these links to view the pages:

Funology - Check it out. Loads of fun-packed activities!

Internet Safety Comic - Comic style magazine site on keeping safe on the internet - a great fun site.

Starchild NASA site - Another NASA site looking at the stars in the solar system. Operate a telescope to see stars billions of miles away. How cool is that?

Dan The Gardener - An On-Line Children's Environmental Club.  Encourages children to enjoy their surroundings and gives tips on how to be more environmentaly friendly.  Free to join, an interactive site with lots to do and learn!

Mathschallenge.net - You can choose the level of difficulty for all sorts of problems

The Magic Key - Based on characters from the Oxford Reading Tree written by Roderick Hunt and illustrated by Alex Brychta

Math is Fun - Test you times tables quiz, games, worksheets, facts, quizzes and puzzles. Challenges and useful tips for children in Key Stage 1 and 2.

Words and Pictures - supports the Literacy Hour and is aligned to the BBC Schools TV series. Games and activities to help develop phonic understanding

Top Marks - All sorts of games, worksheets and resources for key stage 1 and 2. Interactive games and recommended books. Practice questions for KS1 and 2 SATs.

Maths Whizz - Interactive games and resources from nursery-Year 6. Have fun and learn at the same time!

Primary Games - Lots of interactive games for KS1 and 2.

Ambleweb - Links to lots of useful sites. Loads of games and puzzles and helpful tips to support work in the classroom

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