Is your child in Nursery or Reception? If so, TheSchoolRun has designed a book bundle just for you and your child that will ensure you have all the support and educational resources you need to at the start of your child's educational journey.
What you will receive in your bundle:
- The Nursery and Reception Activity (eBook)
- The Parents' Guide to Primary School (eBook)
WAS: £13.98 NOW: £6.99 50% OFF
The Nursery and Reception Activity eBook is a beautifully illustrated guide linked to early learning goals for children under five. With fun and familiar themes divided into six activities per section, this book puts the fun into learning from the word go. Each activity is short to keep your child engaged, and so you can limit your time investment to just as long as you have. And when it comes to fun activities such as becoming a dinosaur hunter, making collages or creating a textured farmyard picture, all the things you will need are items that you probably already have at home. With easy-to-follow instructions, a clear description of the areas of learning and development along with age groups for attainment, your child will love learning while they play. Plus, complementing the activities are templates for writing postcards, mini board games, cut outs, activity sheets and many more hands-on things to do, discuss and explore. Author Eleanor de Bruin is an Early Years Education expert and former editor of Nursery Education magazine.
Starting school can be as exciting for parents as it is for their children. The Parents' Guide to Primary School aims to answer the questions that you might ask about your child’s time in primary school. Covering each year from Reception to the final Year 6, this eBook guides parents through questions and issues such as:
- What is circletime?
- What are the Early Years Foundation Stage and Key Stages?
- How are SATs tested?
- What subjects are taught and how?
- Special Educational Needs policy
- What you can do to support your child’s learning at home
...and so much more. This book is every parent’s indispensable guide to managing the first years at school. You’ll refer to it time and again for useful information for new starters, as well as how to tackle issues, what all the jargon means and how to get help for special needs children and manage your child’s wellbeing.