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More links for Infants

Hello to you all 

from Mrs Miles, Mrs Harding and Mrs Smith

Here you will find some links to learning if you need a bit more or some things just for fun, when you need it!


Online lessons


BBC lessons -


Oak national academy -






Phonics play -

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Letters and sounds - Choose the phase for sounds you would like to practise

Reception -  phase 1, 2 and 3

Year 1 - phase 3,4 and 5

Year 2 - Phase 5 and 6



Science and STEM activities

STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and maths.  On the links below are different activities you could try out as a family.,TWZW,23XWUY,3MP5W,1


Virtual Days Out

Family days out may be out of the question due to the lockdown but only in the physically sense. Thanks to the wonders of modern technology it is possible to enjoy a trip to the zoo or museum from the comfort of your sofa.

Visit chester zoo at 

Explore the British museum,-0.1274951,2a,75y,172.87h,89.26t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1sFyBuFtvu6FeVvVVc5--uiw!2e0!7i13312!8i6656?hl=en

Explore mars at

Usborne books

Dinosaur museum/Castles/ London

Tate Britain – Jacqueline Wilson Tour

National Trust – things to do at home





PE with Joe Wicks


60 second challenges-

Scavenger hunt

Make magic potions

Create some magic using ingredients that can be found around the house. You can also include things you find in the garden or on your walks.

Baking soda, vinegar, washing up liquid, food colouring and some glitter is all you need to create a fizzing potion.

The children can also decide what magic power the potion will give to those who (pretend to) drink it.



Leaf rubbing

Use leaves found around your garden to make art.

Place the leaves under a sheet of coloured paper and rub wax crayons over each leaf until you can see the impression emerge.



If you find any other exciting things to do then share them on the blog so others might enjoy them.

Have fun