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1 What parents can do – Early Years Sharing, planning and learning! Play, Talk, Read with your child – visit this website for more ideas – Sing songs together, dance, have fun Praise effort Go out for walks and visits and talk about what you see Help them to think about others Talk to the staff working with your child Share important information with staff Take an interest – find out what they are doing at nursery or school and think about what you can do at home to build on this

2 What parents can do – Early Years cont. Read them anything! Look for opportunities at home to develop literacy and numeracy skills: counting, money, time, measuring, matching, size, reading, pointing out words, naming things Encourage them to make their own choices Help prepare for change – talk about it together Ask for extra help if you think your child needs it for any reason. Visit Be there – help, listen, support and encourage Talk to them about how they are feeling

3 What parents can do – Primary Sharing, planning and learning! Listen, talk, share and encourage – this has a big influence on children's learning Do things together – learn together and have fun together Praise effort Encourage a ‘can do’ approach – ‘give it a try, you might just like it’ Help them to respect others Talk to them about their strengths and interests, and help them make choices based on these Find out what learning is happening at school and do what you can at home to build on that

4 What parents can do – Primary cont. Help them work on tasks on their own and then talk about it with you afterwards Encourage any reading – books, online, it all helps! Look for opportunities at home to develop literacy and numeracy skills: money, number problems, time, measuring, matching, size, reading, writing, understanding instructions, questioning information Encourage them to make their own choices Ask for extra help if you think your child needs it for any reason. Visit Be there – help, listen, support and encourage Talk to them about how they are feeling


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