This weeks letters and sounds
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Play a sound descrimination game.
Create a sound tent using a pop up
tent or by hanging a blanket over a
chair. Create different sounds using
instruments and familiar objects. Can
the children recognise the sound and
identify the hidden object. You could
extend this by practicing oral segmenting
and blending if your child is ready.
Please use the videos below to support
the correct sound pronunciation..
Play the big red barn game guessing
game using the rhyme below. If you do
not have a barn why not make one out
of a cardboard box or choose a different
place in the rhyme.
Play with alliteration using the rhyme below:
When Long Tall Sally was walking down the
alley Well, who do you think she saw? When
Long Tall Sally was walking down the alley
Well, this is who she saw? She saw...
Can the children suggest something with
the given sound, can you then extend this
to make an alliterative sentence e.g.
that's right a tree, a tall, towering, tree.
Emphasise the initial sounds.
Play a game e.g. snakes and ladders.
Practice counting, and pay attention
to the numbers on the dice.
Go outdoors and collect natural
objects, can you sort these in
different ways? Does the total
remain the same? Can you match
the correct quantity to the numeral.
Make a shape collage. If your child
is confident recognising 2D shapes
then why not try junk modelling
and exploring 3D shape.
Have a go at planting if you are
Sequence the life cycle of a
Investigate the different parts
of a growing plant.
Experiment by putting plants in
different environments, does
the bean grow without light?
Pick a flower. What happens?
Investigate growing and dying
to better understand and
experience the life cycle of a plant.