Explore Learning @ Home : Infants

Learning Resources

Welcome to our Learning @ Home Infants resource page.

Here you will find a series of resources that you can use to learn from home whilst having fun. You can either download them or print them off depending on the activity. If you don’t have a printer, don’t worry, just a pencil and paper to work on instead.

We will be adding more resources, so please check regularly to see what’s new.

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I-Spy TREES

Tree trail

Download or print off this simple I-Spy TREES activity. Keep an eye out for the trees on your walk, either one tree at a time, or all the trees together.

Suitable for all age ranges

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It’s A Bugs Life – Bees

Learn about bees

Download or print off these bee activity sheets to learn more about Bumblebees and Honey Bees, includes text and activities and fun links. Keep an eye out for bees on your walks or in your garden, but bee respectful and give them plenty of room.

Click on the images below to view short videos of honey bees and bumblebees.

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Dinosaur Story and Craft

Get together and watch this fabulous story and then make an amazing dinosaur headpiece together that will trail spikes from your head and down your back.

Dinosaur story – Tyrannosaurus Drip by Julia Donaldson & David Roberts fab youtube video

Amazing dinosaur spikes headpiece craft – an easy to follow craft in a youtube video by kidspot.com.au  This craft uses green card, but you can use any card – cereal boxes etc and decorate them any way you wish.

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Fun Halloween Story and Craft

Sit back and watch this great Halloween story and then make a scary spider craft.

Halloween story – Halloween Hustle by Charlotte Gunnufson and illustrated by Kevan J. Atteberry

Simple spider craft video and step by step instructions – an easy to follow craft by easypeasyandfun.com Remember, if you don’t have all the materials, improvise with what you do have.  You can use empty cereal boxes, kitchen or toilet roll tubes and a pencil for the stick. You can draw your own scary spider eyes on paper.  Be creative and have fun.

This these links take you to 3rd party sites. Adult supervision is advised.