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As you know, school will be closed for most children from Friday 20th March. Below is a list of suggestions for activities you can enjoy with your child. There are a range of activities to choose from as well as lots of practical things to do at home. If you need any advice on any of the activities or have a query, please use the contact form situated at the bottom of this page.
· Talking about where the story is set, the characters, what might happen next, links to other stories that they have read.
· Look for one of the following tricky words - the to I was go he she me they are all
· Spot graphemes in story books and match to grapheme cards
· Enjoy reading books and practise trying to read flashcards.
· Practise letter formation using different pens or pencils. Try writing the letters large and small. Writing letters in flour sprinkled on a table
· Write graphemes as seen on grapheme cards. Ask a grownup to call out a grapheme - How quick can you write the grapheme?
· Practise writing your name making sure that all letters are formed correctly. First name and surname.
· Practise actions and sounds to go with grapheme cards sent home
· Perhaps watch Cbeebies Alphablocks
· Any opportunities for own writing - writing lists, stories, instructions, labels
· Twinkl activity booklet - included in your pack
· Write out flash words on pieces of paper and play matching pairs.
· Write lists of rhyming words on the sheet provided.
Phonicsplay.co.uk is a really useful website for games and activities. It can be accessed for free using the link below. Phase 3 activities and games will be particularly useful.
· Take in turns counting forwards and backwards to 20.
· E.g. I say 123 child says 456 I say 789 child says 10 11 12 etc. or I say 20 19 child says 18 17 I say 16 15 etc
· I say you say with rule 1 more or 1 less. E.g. I say 7 you say? "8" I say 15 you say? "16"
· Twinkl home challenges included in pack
· Discovery Education website - Foundation section
· Perhaps watch some Cbeebies Numberblocks episodes
· Set up a play shop and role play shops
· Sorting coins from a purse and take rubbings of the coins
· Find things longer or shorter than your shoe
· Matching socks and count
· Maths homework CPG books - pages 7,8,16,17
Other activities could include:
· Play dice games and other board games
· Cooking activities. Reading recipes together. Counting. Recap on sequence. What did we do first? Then what did we do?
· Buttering bread,
· Laying the table.
· Bird watch - perhaps identify birds that visit your garden and make a record of the birds that you see.
· Weather Watch - make a daily record of the weather for a week.
· Keep practising dressing and undressing independently, socks ,shoes, buttons.
Activities linked to our current topic:
· Find out about life cycle of a frog or butterfly and create a picture /poster of the life cycle or learn the names of different baby animals for example Horse - Foal
· Nature detectives - Woodland trust website has some lovely ideas too - Click on the link to see the activities http://treetoolsforschools.org.uk/categorymenu/?cat=activities
Keep any work in your folder for us to look at and share when we return to school.
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