Please aim to do one activity a day.
Don’t forget you can also continue playing the games previously provided to help you with rhyming, oral blending and initial sounds.
Please click on the attachment below for activities linked to (...)
Other maths activities you could do at home are:
Number recognition and ordering
Practice counting to 10 each day.
Sing the days of the week song.
Collect objects to match numbers.
Collect a specified number of objects.
Watch these Numberblocks episodes ‘Three’ and ‘One, Two, Three!’ Here are the links: hwww.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b08bzgxx/numberblocks-series-1-three and www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b08bzh11/numberblocks-series-1-one-two-three
Look for representations of the number 3 around your house. For example, 3 bananas, 3 chairs, 3 on the clock etc. You could draw pictures of the things you have found.
Other areas of learning
Please see the picture below, ask your child to talk about the picture and tell a story. There are some suggestions of questions that you can ask.
Watch the story ‘Pumpkin Soup’ (click this link: www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDax5kx2-Ks ). Talk to your grown up about your favourite part of the story. Why is it your favourite? What do you like about it? You could have a go at drawing a picture of your favourite part or your favourite character. Once you have done this, you could have a go at labelling your picture.
You could also practice:
Writing your name.
Getting yourself dressed and undressed in preparation for PE
Throwing and catching a ball
Jumping off of objects (outdoors) and landing on two feet
Paint an autumn picture
Zipping up your coat/doing up the buttons
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