Everyday tasks Day 10:
Maths task day 10:
Telling the time/ understanding language of the passing of time.
Use clocks around your home- digital ones on ipads or cookers or analogue clocks on watches, or wall-clocks if you have one.
English phonic/ writing task:
We are split into 2 groups for our phonics work.
Use the sound cards in your pack
Read your favourite book (from your book bag or one from home).
It is Hans Christian Anderson’s birthday ( born 2nd April in 1805) and we are all thinking about the many stories he wrote:- The little mermaid, The ugly duckling, Thumbelina, The princess and the pea.
Parents- can you find the story of The little mermaid
https://www.youtube.the little mermaid
Use cardboard from old cereal packets or out of your recycling to make your own puppets to re-tell the story of The little mermaid or simply to continue to use your previous underwater sea- scene and add some puppets such as the little mermaid to help tell the story. Remember the big mermaid puppets we had in our sensory area at school to try to help you!
Hope you all have a calm time and try to rest over the Easter holidays and don’t eat too many Easter eggs!! Maybe you can make your own Easter egg hunt and Easter baskets!
Stay safe and remember Mrs Osborn is really looking forward to seeing you all again soon and seeing all your lovely work in your home learning journals too.