Listen, learn, love and laugh as part of God's family
It is important that your child continues to practise reading at home (daily if possible). So much of what we normally do in class involves looking at a book or section of text. I know that some of you have told us that your children are enjoying particular sets of books or re-reading favourites at home which is great!
There is a link on the main Home Learning page to Oxford Owl which I am providing again here. There are lots of ebooks on the site which you can have access to for free at the moment. (You need to register but it is free.) These books are a selection of 'reading scheme' books and can be selected according to book band. There are quite a few available within each band to keep the children going for a little while. Also have a look at Reading4 kids. This is also free to register and has extracts from some lovely books to look at.
Just a little note here- a couple of people have asked if it would be possible to borrow school reading books. Of course we would normally be more than happy to do this but current advice is not to swap equipment between home and school.