Physical Development: Practice throwing underarm - Can you throw a bean bag (or use a rolled up pair of socks) into a container? Try increasing how far away you stand or try different sized containers. You could keep a tally of the points you score.
Letters and Sounds Silly Soup Alliteration - pick one of the letter of the alphabet sheets and see if you can find or think of three things beginning with the same letter that would make some very silly tasting soup.
Sing: We are making silly soup, we're making soup that's silly, we're going to put it in the fridge to make it nice and chilly.
In goes for example: m - milk, money and melon, t - tomatoes, toast and toffee or s - sausages, slugs and soap!
Maths: Repeat of counting with Mrs |Perryman Missing Numbers - YouTube
Provide grids with missing numbers for your child to fill in using the 10 frame to help. Don't always start at 1. Talk about what number comes next/after the given number.
Vegetable Art - Giuseppe Arcimboldo was an artist who was born in Milan, Italy in 1526 . He is best known for his portraits of people made up of fruit, vegetables and other objects from nature.
Can you make a vegetable face? Save carrot, potato peelings etc. to make a mouth or hair. Perhaps you could use some sticks or other things from the garden.
12th February -
Today is Chinese New Year! 2021 is the year of the Ox.
Story: Mrs Perryman reading The Dragon Festival - YouTube
Maths: Mrs Perryman Maths: 10 frame duplo towers - YouTube
Letters and Sounds: Mrs Perryman Slug in a Jug - Odd one out - YouTube
Letters and Sounds: Write down the sounds your child has been learning on post it notes (or pieces of paper) and put them around your home. (s a t i p n m d c k e). Can they find all the post its, saying the sounds as they find and return them. You could use a timer to make it a race to find them all. They may need a clue, by you doing the action or naming something beginning with the sound, in order to remember the sounds represented by each grapheme.
Sequencing letters in name:
Make individual letter cards/bottle tops for each letter of your child's first name. Remember you need to write a capital for the first letter and lower case for the rest. Muddle them up and then practice sequencing the letters in the right order from left to right.
Vet Role Play -
Collect some soft toy animals, pretend medicine pots and maybe a t-towel or scarf as a bandage. Play with your child taking turns to be the vet and the customer. Introduce language and ask questions about what happened, what's wrong etc. Model writing notes or pretending to answer the phone to make an appointment.