VE day on Friday 8th May. Let's celebrate by having a garden/carpet tea party.
Decorate you own party bunting and flags. Can you make cupcakes, decorate biscuits, make your own sandwiches. Please send in pictures
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Voice sounds (in conjunction with
Trumpets) Show children how they can make sounds with their voices,
Make your voice go down a slide
Make your voice bounce like a ball
– boing, boing
Sound really disappointed
Hiss like a snake
Keep everyone quiet – shshshsh
Gently moo like a cow – mmmoooo
Look astonished – oooooo!
Be a steam train – chchchchch Buzz like a bumble bee – zzzzzzz
Be a clock – tick tock
Collect objects and toys that link to different songs, e.g. a toy spider might represent Incy Wincy Spider. Can you make a song bag and sing together?
Explore patterns in lots of different
ways. Make patterns using body
percussion e.g. clap/stamp,
sounds e.g. instruments, objects or toys, drawing and painting. Can you find any patterns if you go for a walk e.g.the colours of the cars.
Have a go at representing numbers in different ways. How many different
ways can you represent each number
e.g.for number 1 as a numeral, as a word, as an object, as a drawing, as a line, as a dot, as an action...
Can you use marks to represent numbers on a walk e.g. record the number of bugs you find.
Read Jack and the Beanstalk
Make cotton wool clouds and draw what you would like to see at the top of the beanstalk.
Thread cheerios onto dry spaghetti- can you develop your fine motor skills.
Cut and stick your favourite pictures from a catalogue or magazine.
Paint a picture of the story setting.
Try hand painting and see what happens when the colours mix.
Set up a farm using your toys and pretend to be the giant.
Please remember all activities are optional and children learn best when they are engaged in meaningful play and conversation. However should you wish for some support structuring tasks here are this weeks reward checklists.