There are a lot of ideas below, however there is no expectation for your child to complete all of the activities. Ideally we would suggest one of each of the short activities below each day.
Please select what interests them and what you find manageable.
A Maths Activity based on the 'Dinosaur that Pooped a Planet'.
A phonics task or online phonics game.
A short writing task.
Read a book.
Click here to listen to the instructions for the Maths activities.
Write a list of items you would take with you in the rocket.
A short writing task linked to the phonic tasks.
Read or share a book
This week we will be looking at phase 3 phonemes and phase 4 consonant blends at the beginning and end of words.
Click here to return to the phonic activities from last week.
Complete tasks which you did not do last week.
Enjoy one of the following stories below. What other stories have you read?
Let's Get Creative
Make your own dinosaur
Create your own planet
Gratitude means to be thankful. Being thankful is really important and can make you feel much more positive. During lockdown, there have been a lot of things that we have had to stop doing or may have been taken away. This can be very hard to understand but it can also be a good thing too. It makes us thankful for things that we may normally take for granted. Have a chat with your family about things that you are grateful for. You can just talk to your family about this or you can have a go at writing key words/sentences.
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