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Home learning time table-Blank. With symbol bank (Corona Virus)
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Home learning time table-Blank. With symbol bank (Corona Virus)

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Here’s a blank tiemtable, add your own times, or don’t add times at all and just go with the flow! Copy and paste the symbols, so that children can see the available activities to them during the day. Children can also take ownership of their own timetables and create their own. If your child/children work better with having a plan/schedule to follow for the week, then you can add your own plans and add the times, so that they know what is happening and when i.e ‘cooking is after maths’. I hope this helps ! @inclusionteacher
Home learning time table Week 1 - With symbol support (Corona Virus)
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Home learning time table Week 1 - With symbol support (Corona Virus)

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You can use this timetable to support children to follow an routine at home. Unstructured time can cause a lot of anxiety for children, especially children with SEN. There are two copies of the timetable, one is with symbol support. The afternoon sessions have Learning Intentions on page two including functional activities such as growing plants, cooking, art and exercise. Just add your own times based on what works for you and your family. I hope this helps with keeping your children busy and their growing minds engaged.
Daily activities/challenges & Functional activity ideas with pictures - Covid 19 Corona Virus
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Daily activities/challenges & Functional activity ideas with pictures - Covid 19 Corona Virus

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Recent changes due to corona virus means that some children will be staying at home until further notice. As well as creating a home-learning example GUIDE timetable (with symbols), I’ve also created this document with ideas on each subject for the pupils. Please use the timetables sent to you by schools or ones the children create as a guide. This is a big change for all of us & adjusting to it will take time, hence why the activity/challenge suggestions can go on for as long or short as you like; whatever works for your family. Embedding language during activities across the day works really well, outside of maths or writing time. Ask children to sort/compare objects, explore money, size and texture. Use the phones/tablets to show children how to work a stop watch for exercise, create vlogs and to explore. Use what you have, be creative and flexible, I’ve recently use different coloured lego resources to represent Hundreds, Tens and Ones whist home-schooling my nephews. **Treasure hunts **are super easy to organise too, think of a topic, hide it and go find it! :) Explore breathing, mindfulness, resilience and self-regulation during this time to support with dealing with changes through yoga or meditation for kids. Children can notice their breathing, heart rate and changes in their body during exercise time too.
Home learning time table Week 1
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Home learning time table Week 1

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You can use this timetable to support children to follow an routine at home. Unstructured time can cause a lot of anxiety for children, especially children with SEN. There are two copies of the timetable, one is with symbol support. The afternoon sessions have Learning Intentions on page two including functional activities such as growing plants, cooking, art and exercise. Just add your own times based on what works for you and your family. I hope this helps with keeping your children busy and their growing minds engaged.
Home learning letter to pupils (Corona Virus)
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Home learning letter to pupils (Corona Virus)

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This letter can be used as a cover for the learning packs which are being sent home. Simply add the pupils name at the top and add links (i.e websites to search for yoga activities) or relevant language you use during your teacher so that they can relate to what they are doing. I thought that giving children the ‘teacher-role’ would also encourage them to have a go and reduce anxiety around doing work independently at home. This upload includes two versions of the letter, one with phonics sound support and one without.
Reminders
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Reminders

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You can laminate and stick this resource on your students table to support them with focusing on tasks. This resource works particularly well with pupils who have attention difficulties. Use the colours to support pupils to identify how many ticks they have left to get and use the language in the resource to positively reinforce their behaviour i.e ’ I can see you are looking at me and responding to instructions, well done!’ :) Enjoy and I hope it’s useful! @Inclusionteacher
Behaviour tracker
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Behaviour tracker

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You can use this weekly behaviour data sheet to track behaviour presented by a pupil across the day, simply add the name of the behaviour the pupil is presenting i.e ‘Shouting out’ and add your subjects to the top. Add a tick or a cross to the boxes & you can track the effectiveness of interventions which have been put in place, or present it as evidence for your school SENCO to prepare an intervention for. You can also use this resource as part of a reflection time with a pupil, to look back on a session and identify what happened and how they could improve their behaviour for the following week or day.
Reminders
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Reminders

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You can laminate and stick this to your pupils table to remind them about the tasks they need to complete during your teaching. This resource is particularly useful for pupils with attention difficulties. Use the colours as a reference to remind children about how many ticks they have remaining. Use the language from the resource to positively reinforce the pupils positive behaviours: ‘Well done, you are looking at me and showing me that you are focusing on your learning!’ :) Enjoy!