This weeks ideas
|Letters and sounds ideas||Math's ideas||Ideas linked to topic|
Demonstrate using the body
to make different sounds
(clap hands, stamp feet, click
fingers). Perform a pattern of
body sounds for the children
to copy and apply skills.
Can children use a wide
vocabulary to talk about the
sounds they hear?
Give silly names to 2 puppets or
teddies(Fizzy, Wizzy, Lizzy and
Hob Tob). Talk to the puppets and
miss out the silly words or rhyming
words. Encourage children to join
in saying the silly words.
Play touch your toys game. Explain
to the children that they are going to
touch different toys when asked
to do so but they must listen for the
correct toy. Say the toys name in
sound speak, touch your c-a-r, car,
b-u-s, toes, b-oo-k, book etc.
Make an obstacle course
Play hide and seek
Find teddy- emphasise positional
Play pairs using the positional
Have a teddy bears picnic- can
you think about sharing and
practice counting when you lay
your picnic out? Think about
using different size teddies and
Make your own sandwiches
or bake a cake for the picnic.
Use teddies or toys to act out
the story of Goldilocks and the
This weeks motivational checklists
Please use this if your child finds it helpful to have an additional guide to help them prepare for activities.
This week we will be exploring prepositions as well as practicing our counting. Prepositions are words that describe somethings position for example behind, in between or next to. I have included some fun songs to support the children as well as a page with example activities and resources you can print if you are able. Four of my favourite ways to practice prepositions are to:
To encourage counting continue singing our number songs, counting things you find, looking for numbers in your daily exercise e.g. number plates or price labels and having fun with numbers.