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Learning At HomE 

Please see the sub-sections below for more information on optional Home Learning that you might wish to complete at home with your child.

Dart Team

  • Read with your child at least 3 times per week and record in your child's reading log
  • Count regularly forwards and backwards;
  • Practise the sounds that will be coming home in the Phonics pouches; begin making simple words to sound out and blend together;
  • Practise reading and spelling the words given out on the white Rainbow Words sheet;
  • Practise writing their name using cursive letters;
  • Talk about the shapes of things around you, e.g what shape is a plate? What shape is a road sign?
  • Look at a range of books, enjoying and sharing together;
  • Talk about how stories might end and what might happen in them;

Exe Teamwww,

  • Create snap cards to match different countries to their continents;
  • Design and make a recipe from another country;
  • Make a quiz about different countries / places around the world;
  • Keep a weather diary for a week, drawing pictures to show the weather;
  • Create your own passport, complete with a self drawing as your passport photograph;
  • Find and paint a flag from a different country;
  • Make a 3D globe model of the world;
  • Write a story about an adventure you have been on outside of Cullompton;
  • Design and create a passport stamp to enter the UK or another country;
  • List the top 3 places you would like to visit and explain why;
  • Use 'Google Earth' to explore different continents;
  • Make a fact file about a country or continent of your choice.

Otter Team

  • Create a model of a Roman settlement, a Roman villa or a Celtic roundhouse from Britain;
  • Colour a map to show the countries the Romans invaded, draw the flags of the countries and label with the country name;
  • Make a list of objects we use now that Romans also used;
  • Create a timeline of key Roman events;
  • Draw or paint a picture of a Roman banquet or chariot racing;
  • Write a newspaper report announcing the invasion of Britain;
  • Write a diary from someone in a British village which gets taken over by the Romans;
  • Find five interesting facts about the Romans and present them in a poster format;
  • Create an outdoor game for Roman children to play;
  • Plan a trip across the UK visiting Roman towns and using as many Roman roads as possible;
  • Make a 3D model of an item from Roman times;
  • Find a Roman recipe, create the recipe and take a photo of your creation; write the recipe to go with your photo in case others would like to have a go;
  • Write your own Roman poem;
  • Create a maths worksheet using Roman numerals;
  • Make a Roman shield out of cardboard - research the style, colours and patterns first. 

Culm Team

  • Make a mini Anderson shelter;
  • Write a poem about being evacuated;
  • Write a story about being an evacuee;
  • Make a model of a gas mask; 
  • Research Adolf Hitler and write a biography;
  • Read a novel set in the Second World War and write a review about it;
  • Draw a sketch of a piece of WW2 memorabilia;
  • Research your family history - did anyone in your family fight in the war or get evacuated?