Click on this link to access some great Maths activities which are also FREE!
Phonics at HWIS.....
Reading at HWIS.....
At Hatch Warren Infant School we use Oxford Reading Tree as our core reading scheme. We use various other schemes and real books to supplement the reading process.
Oxford Owl is a FREE website built to support you with your child’s learning. Click on the link above to find out more and to access some great stories with your favourite characters from the Oxford reading Scheme.......Biff, Chip, Floppy........
Teach your Monster to read........A new programme that helps children practise and consolidate the essential first stages of reading.
Sharing books with your child to foster a life long love of reading is one of the most powerful ways to support your child at school. Try these links for ideas and useful tips.
The Book Trust - For tips on reading with your child, book recommendations, a book finder to help you find books that will interest your child as well as free read along online books and more.
School Reading List - Has suggested reading list for each school year as well as other useful resources.
Literacy Shed - This document from The Literacy Shed as some ideas on questions you can ask your child about the books they are reading.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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