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25th January

Observation skills: Mrs Perryman Spot the difference - YouTube

Can you spot the difference in the pictures - 3 differences to find relating to colour, shape and size

Maths: Go for a number hunt indoors or out. Numbers can be in all kinds of places. Can you find all the digits from 0 to 9? (Not all in the same place!)

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

Make 5 Little speckled frogs and sing the rhyme

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 ... ... ... 

WatchFrog Make - CBeebies - BBC

Make your own Ball and Cup game and practice trying to catch the fly/ball.

Try some Australian aboriginal dot art using a cotton bud.

Physical Development:

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.

 

18th January

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

Maths: Practice cutting out the bears then order by size. Start with 3 bears to start. Talk about the sizes, bigger, middle sized, smallest etc.

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

SongTeddy Bears Picnic ~ sung by Anne Murray - 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)

Plan a picnic: Make a poster to advertise

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. 

Or try making bear toast or cookies!

Gather your toys/family at picnic time

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?

11th January

LS: Sound sorting i and t . Help your child cut the pictures out then shuffle them up. Name each picture with your child before they try to sort by initial sound.

Maths: Make an Incy Wincy Spider. Practice counting to 8 to make sure you have the correct number of legs.

 

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

Make an animal mask from a paper plate

Watch this video about an artist who uses fruit in her pictures.

BBC Two - Watch, Art - Growing Things, Printing and creating repeated printing patterns

Can you try some of her ideas?

Try some fruit or vegetable printing

Can you balance things on your head like Handa?

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