Grammar Revise use of apostrophes, suffixes, prefixes, collective nouns, homophones, homographs, capital letters, full stops. When writing, if you notice any errors in your child’s work please have them self-edit their pieces. If they continue to struggle focusing on that issue with them (capital letters etc) would be good. Short dictations and spelling bees are good ways to work on grammar and spelling with your child.
Reading Daily reading . Encourage reading a wide range of texts. Use sites like read theory to develop comprehension. You could use printed comprehension pieces from sites like Twinkl. We would suggest choosing a topic that interests your child or perhaps something that links to the project.
Writing Now would be an excellent time for your child to work on their touch typing skills. 5 or 10 minutes a day would be very beneficial. They could type stories, a daily log of their home learning or other pieces. Plenty of regular writing (diaries, stories, free writing etc). We would encourage your child to make use of free writing prompts (please see list of resources in links page). Genres to work on: report and narrative. Rereading and editing work (checking for capital letters etc) .
Oral language This can be integrated into many daily activities such as board games, cooking etc. Some oral language development games include Taboo, tongue twisters, barrier games, Word tennis (naming as many things in a category as possible).