I agree with PPs to focus on independence skills over academic learning. Shoes/jumper on off, toileting, using a tissue etc.
In addition to that, fine motor skills, such as cutting, rolling dough and coordination skills like pouring. Also, following instructions and packing away.
For numbers, rather than worry about how high they can 'count' (aka say the words) to, focus on building one-to-one correlation. Eg. "Can you get out three plates?" then count each one together as she takes them out,then again as she lays them on the table.
The reading eggs programming is great. It gave my DD a huge head start. The books however are a bit nonsense without doing the programme. For example, they might be referring to Floobs or Watch as - words that are not real and can't be decoded unless you're familiar with them from the programme.
Check out your local library for first readers. Start with ones with a repeated word (eg. 'The') plus a word they can work out from the picture (eg. Cat, car, apple) on each page. The librarians will be a great help in how to progress through.