Suggested 'Timetable'

Everyone is dealing with this situation in their own ways, and that's ok! Some of you might prefer to 'go with the flow' and some of you have asked for a more specific timetable.
If you're just going with it and taking each day as it comes, that's absolutely fine but if you would like to have a more structured routine then I hope that you find the suggested schedule below helpful. 
Please remember, you've always been your child's teacher- you can do this!
Working Together
Remember that it is really important to work together, especially at this time. Here are a few things that are great jobs for children to help out with at home!
* Setting the table for meals
* Helping to prepare meals (remember to wash hands!)
* Feeding pets
* Folding laundry
* Sorting washing into colours and loading them into the washing machine
* Loading the dishwasher or drying dishes
* Dusting/ wiping down surfaces, and hoovering
* Gardening
* Washing the car or outside toys/ furniture
* Setting up their homework space
* Tidying toys and books
* Writing shopping lists/ helping with online shopping orders
Suggested Nursery Schedule
* 10-15 minutes sharing a story together
* 5-10 minutes of Phonics - focus on listening, rhyming, alliteration and songs, stories and rhymes with actions and props (Phase 1 Letters and Sounds)
* 10 minutes of Maths - be as practical as possible and focus on using number names, counting objects saying one number at a time, solving number shape space and measure problems, ordering things by size and so on...
* As much time as you like playing together, chatting together, being active indoors and outdoors, exploring things that you can see and hear in the garden or in a safe outdoor space away from others, and being creative.
Suggested Reception Schedule
* 15-20 minutes of Phonics Phases 2-3 to include letter recognition, tricky and common word recognition, letter formation and word/sentence building.
* 15 minutes reading to a grown up
* 15-20 minutes of Maths - be practical, practise number, shape space and measure skills, and use Mathletics with and without support
* Be active as much as you can, both indoors and outdoors where possible
* Spend some time being creative (art, music, dance, role play/ imaginative play)
* Investigate and explore - do some science experiments, explore nature in your garden or nearest safe outdoor space, read and watch information books and documentaries to learn about the wider world
* Play and enjoy time together, talking and sharing ideas and thoughts, palying board games or doing a hobby together