Physical development: Colour sheep sheet from resources pack drawing spirals/circles for curly wool. The farmer needs to keep his sheep fenced in so they don't get lost. Draw a fence ensuring lines are drawn from top to bottom (this is practice for when we learn to write letters which always start at the top like l, h, b, r, m etc).
You could try making some Salt Dough
1 cup of plain flour (about 250g), half a cup of table salt (about 125g) and half a cup of water (about 125ml) makes a ball.
Mix the flour and salt, add the water and stir until it comes together into a ball. Shape into your chosen model.
If you want to it can be baked and painted when hard.
Preheat the oven to its lowest setting and line a baking tray with baking parchment. Put your finished items on the lined baking sheet and bake for 3 hrs or until solid. The bigger/fatter you model the longer it will take to harden in the oven. Leave to cool and then paint.
Listen - Sit quietly and listen to the sounds. Can you identify the noises? EYFS. Listening skills - 2: Inside sounds - BBC Teach
Make a car ramp
You could use cardboard, a plank of wood or a large book. Perhaps create a finish line or add numbers to indicate the distance travelled. Test different vehicles on the ramp to see how far they will go. Talk about the winner, first place and which was last. Use language associated with distance. Which travelled the furthest? You could try rolling cylindrical shapes or balls.
Nursery Rhymes I Spy and Count sheet - Pick one of the ten nursery rhymes represented and sing it with your child adding actions where appropriate. Count the number of corresponding pictures together. Repeat for other rhymes. Your child may not be familiar with all the words so it is a good opportunity to talk about the new vocabulary.
Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Baa baa black sheep, I'm a little teapot, Incy Wincy Spider, Three Blind Mice, Hey diddle diddle the cat and the fiddle, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, The Grand Old Duke of York, Hickory Dickory Dock, This little piggy went to market.
Book of the week is - What the Ladybird Heard. Try some of these activities this week
Story: Mrs Perryman reading What the Ladybird Heard - YouTube
Maths: Play the game Ladybird Spots - Counting, Matching and Ordering game
Maths: Mrs Perryman Maths: 5 frame matching number to quantity - YouTube
Book of the week is: The Very Hungry Caterpillar, try some of these activities during the week.
Story: Mrs Perryman reading (19) The Very Hungry Caterpillar - YouTube
Observation skills: Mrs Perryman Spot the difference - YouTube
Book of the week is: The Big Wide Mouthed Frog. Try some of these activities this week.
Story: Mrs Perryman reading Big Wide Mouth Frog - YouTube
Song: Mrs Perryman singing Silly Frog Song - YouTube
Watch: BBC Come Outside programme with Aunty Mable and Pippin Come Outside - Frogs - YouTube
5 Little Speckled Frogs, sat on a speckled log,
eating some most delicious bugs, yum, yum.
One jumped into the pool, where it was nice and cool,
now there a 4 green speckled frogs, glub, glub.
4 Little Speckled Frogs, sat on a speckled log ... ... ...
Watch: Frog Make - CBeebies - BBC
Make your own Ball and Cup game and practice trying to catch the fly/ball.
Practice jumping with two feet together like a kangaroo. Perhaps you could put some low obstacles on the ground to jump over.
Did you know a kangaroo moves forward a distance of 2 meters (6'6'') with each jump. However, when fleeing from a predator on flat ground without any obstacles, a single jump is able to cover a distance of 9 meters (almost 30 feet)! Kangaroo jumps can reach a height of 3 meters (9'10''), resulting in a sight like no other.
Maths: Practice counting using the 10 frame and numbers 1-10 Number 1-10 chant - YouTube
Letters and Sounds: Mrs Perryman Slug in a Jug - Find the rhyme - YouTube
Book of the week is It's the Bear. Try some of these activities during the week.
Story: Mrs Perryman reading It's the Bear - YouTube
Maths game: Give teddy the correct number of cakes Learning to Count up to 15 with Teddy Numbers Interactive Maths Game (topmarks.co.uk)
What food could you make to eat?
Making fairy cakes is good for maths - measuring/weighing.
Make sandwiches in different shapes - squares rectangles and triangles
Teach how to use sharp knives safely to make fruit kebabs or cheese cubes.
Lay out a blanket in the living room.
Make sure everyone has a plate and cup. How many do you need all together?
You could make name cards for everyone.
Share the food fairly. If there is one left over what could you do?
Book of the Week is Handa's Surprise. Try some of these activities during the week.
Animation of Handa's Surprise Handa's surprise YouTube
Mrs Perryman reading/singing Handa's Surprise Handa's Surprise - YouTube
Watch this video about an artist who uses fruit in her pictures.
Can you try some of her ideas?