Can you practise writing your name? You could try it in different ways, for example:
- Use a magic pen to write it in the air
- Write each letter in different colours to make a rainbow name
- Paint your name!
- Write it with your finger in flour or shaving foam.
Our Paddington project is coming to a close this week. For our outcome, you are going to be having a picnic with Paddington! Paddington loves to have a sandwich picnic, but he's getting a little bored of always having marmalade!
Talk about your picnic - what sandwich do you think Paddington would like?
Is there anything else you'd like to make for him?
Have you ever had a picnic before? Where was your picnic? Can you find a photo?
Use the link below to join in with a 'v' phonics lesson.
This morning, you would've talked about your picnic.
Draw a picture of what you would like to make for Paddington - keep it simple!
Then, on some paper you have at home, write a shopping/ingredients list for everything you need.
This week we are going to be introducing money into the children's play with a role play sandwich shop. Hunt for any coins you have in your house and talk about them.
What values do they have? What colour are they?
You could even have a go at some coin rubbing!
Today, in our maths meeting, we are talking about addition within 5. They key idea is that 2 small parts can be added together to make a whole.
Below is a document containing the slides we will be using in school to help you with this.
Use objects around the home to have a go yourself!