Cormorant's Bespoke Support
Cormorant's Bespoke Support
Welcome to the the bespoke home learning area. On this page you will find activities which have been specifically tailored to meet your child's individual learning needs.
For those children where English is not their first language, learning can be quite challenging. The list of activities and resources below can be used to help your child develop their understanding of English.
Continuous Cursive Letter Formation Activity Booklet.pdf
My Word Mat - Key Words 1.pdf
My Word Mat - Key Words 2.pdf
English Activity Booklet.pdf
My Picture Dictionary.pdf
Phrasal Verbs Activities.pdf
My Body Word Mat.pdf
EAL Building Vocabulary - Clothes.pdf
EAL Building Vocabulary - My Body.pdf
EAL Building Vocabulary - Home.pdf
EAL Building Vocabulary - School.pdf
EAL Building Vocabulary - Out and About.pdf
Number Formation Workbook.pdf
Numeracy Instructions Word Mat Arabic Translation.pdf
Numeracy Instructions Word Mat.pdf
English Numbers Poster.pdf
From Tuesday 5th January 2021, we will restart our free Read Write Inc. Phonics lessons on YouTube for children to watch at home.
One lesson at each level will show at 9.30 am each day and be available for 24 hours.
- Set 1 Speed Sounds, Word Time and Spelling: for children in Reception and children who are new to English.
- Set 2 Speed Sounds and Spelling: for children in Year 1 and 2 (and those in Reception that can read Set 1 Speed Sounds.)
- Set 3 Speed Sounds and Spelling: for children in Year 1 and 2 that can read Set 2 Speed Sounds.
- Read longer words: for children who can read Set 3 sounds and words confidently.
- Read Red Words 1: for children who are reading Red, Green, Purple, Pink and Orange Read Write Inc. Storybooks. Many children are able to read these in Year 1.
- Read Red Words 2: for children who are reading Yellow, Blue and Grey Read Write Inc. Storybooks. Many children are able to read these in Y2.
- Read and Hold a Sentence 1: reading and writing practice for children reading Green, Purple, Pink and Orange Read Write Inc. Storybooks. (For children reading and writing with Set 1 sounds confidently and learning Set 2 sounds.)
- Read and Hold a Sentence 2: reading and writing practice for children reading Yellow, Blue and Grey Read Write Inc. Storybooks. (For children reading and writing words with Set 2 sounds confidently and learning Set 3 sounds.)
Phase 2 Phoneme Flashcards.pdf
Phase 3 Phoneme Flashcards.pdf
Phase 4 Phoneme Flashcards.pdf
Phase 5 Phoneme Flashcards.pdf
RED Group - I Can Read Phase 2 Set 1 Words Activity Sheet.pdf
RED Group - I Can Read Phase 2 Set 2 Words Activity Sheet.pdf
RED Group - I Can Read Phase 2 Set 3 Words Activity Sheet.pdf
RED Group - I Can Read Phase 2 Set 4 Words Activity Sheet.pdf
RED Group - I Can Read Phase 2 Set 5 Words Activity Sheet.pdf
Tricky and Common Exception Words Handwriting Worksheets.pdf
Phase 2 Sounds With Sound Button Cards.pdf
Phase 3 Sounds With Sound Button Cards.pdf
Years 3&4 Statutory Spellings.pdf
LKS2 SPAG Word Mat.pdf
Word Classes/types Posters.pdf
Year4 Writing Mats.pdf
Year3 Writing Mats.pdf
KS1 Multiplication and Division Knowledge Organiser.pdf
Year3 Multiplication and Division Knowledge Organiser.pdf
1 to 12 Times Tables Display Poster.pdf
Multiplicaton Sign and Vocabulary Poster.pdf
Multiplication Strategy Display Posters.pdf
Division Strategy Posters.pdf
Divison Sign and Vocabulary Poster.pdf
KS1 Division Challenge Cards.pdf
KS2 Fluency - Style - Speed.pdf
KS2 Practising Cursive Letter Joins Activity Booklet.pdf
KS2 Letter Formation Joining Practise.pdf
KS2 More Joining Practise.pdf
Physical/coordination Support Resources
Fun Fit Activities
The following activities will develop some of the skills that Mrs Moody has been working on during her Fun Fit sessions:
This physical, “twisted” game is a great way to promote both gross motor and social-emotional development. As children become entangled trying to reach certain colours, they’ll also improve their strength, balance and hand-eye coordination. Playing Twister also helps them begin to understand personal space and body awareness.
2. Animal Yoga
Any child will jump at the chance to imitate their favourite animal! With animal yoga, they can spring into action as they stretch, strut, waddle and stroll like a two- or four-legged creature. Like traditional yoga, this activity promotes balance, focus and coordination while adding in fun for children. See below for some animal yoga poses!
Whether they’re a master bowler or they bowl gutter balls, your child will enjoy this activity! Bowling requires you to move your body in a wide range of motion, promoting balance, coordination, flexibility and hand-eye coordination. It even improves your focus, as you concentrate on knocking down all of the pins, or bowling a strike. You could make a set of skittles from cuddly toys or recyling objects!
This game is a long-time favourite and it’s also one of the best ways to develop dynamic balance, coordination and even rhythm. Throughout the game, children are hopping on one leg to make it through the hopscotch grid. They’re also switching movement patterns quickly and frequently. To play, all you need is a hopscotch grid (using chalk or tape) and a marker (like a bean bag or rock). This makes hopscotch an easy way to get children moving and to promote these skills.
5. Crab Walking
Crab walking is a simple, do-it-anywhere activity that practises important gross motor skills, like bilateral coordination, core stability and strength. Even better, your children will have fun imitating crabs! To do a crab walk, children need to sit on the floor with their feet in front of them and arms behind them with fingers pointing forward. Then they will lift their hips off the floor and start “walking” forward by moving alternating arms and legs (left hand - right foot, right hand - left foot). This easy activity is fitness disguised by fun!
Can your child hold a static position for longer than 5, 10, or even 30 seconds? Playing a game of freeze will test their balance and body strength. It will also gauge their level of focus, as they concentrate on holding their body as still as a statue. Make it more challenging by asking them to hold the position for longer periods of time.