Newsletter Mar 2017

Parents in Touch

Dear [NAME]

We hope you are enjoying the new-look Parents in Touch and are finding the resources you need to help your child. This month, we have featured a wide range of new topics, all of which are carefully matched to the curriculum so you know you are supporting your child's learning effectively. Don't let your child miss out! Subscribe now and join the thousands of people who help their child by using Parents in Touch.

Maths Mental arithmetic can be practised in all sorts of situations so make the most of any opportunity to help with this essential topic.
English Some children find creative writing easy, but many will appreciate some extra help and inspiration.

Foundation Stage This paper on counting will develop early skills.
  • Clothes handwriting cursive Check with your child's teacher so you know the style of handwriting preferred in school. Home educators can choose the style that works best for their child.
  • On the farm A fun paper to engage the attention of young ones.
  • Colour letters Help your child develop early pen control skills.
Spelling and  Phonics The worksheet shown on the left is designed to support the National Curriculum for Year 3.
Science Filtration is a topic which can easily be the subject of experiments at home.
Teachers' pages The spring holiday project is full of ideas for the Easter holidays.

Take a look at our super Giveaways for this month. 

  • My First Wildlife Stciker Activity book
  • Two Mary Plain books
  • 101 Briliiant Things for Kids to do with Science
  • Two Creativity books - Ponies and Fairy

Books  For lots more ideas on reading and helping your child, take a look at our Best new books pages.

RSL 8+ English Comprehension 10 Minutes a Day Times Tables Singapore Maths Word Problems Spelling SATS Workbook 9-11

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