Keeping minds and bodies busy

Our staff can talk to you about ways to support your child’s learning at home. We have also added some useful guidance documents to help your child’s learning at home

Tooth brushing

https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy-body/taking-care-of-childrens-teeth/healthy_mouth_children_quick_guide

Toilet training

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/pregnancy-and-baby/potty-training-tips/

ERICs-Guide-to-Potty-Training

Dummies and talking

Dummies-and-Talking

Talk with me

Talk-with-Me-Prenatal-to-Newborn

Talk-with-Me-Newborn-to-6-Months

Talk-with-Me-18-to-24-Months

Talk-with-Me-6-to-12-Months

Talk-with-Me-2-to-3-Years

Talk-with-Me-3-to-4-Years

Talk-with-Me-4-Years-Plus

Read with me

Read-with-Me-Newborn-to-12-Months

Read-with-Me-12-to-24-Months

Read-with-Me-2-to-3-Years

Read-with-Me-3-to-4-Years

Read-with-Me-4-to-5-Years

Count with me

Count-with-Me-1-to-2-Years

Count-with-Me-2-to-3-Years (1)

Count-with-Me-3-to-4-Years

Count-with-Me-4-Years-Plus (1)

Writing

EY-Getting-ready-to-write

Keep moving

https://activeforlife.com/49-fun-physical-activities-to-do-with-kids-aged-2-to-4/

https://www.nhs.uk/10-minute-shake-up/shake-ups