While on a walk count 10 trees, 10 leaves, 10 flowers, 10 bugs.
Have a go at writing the numbers between 10-20.
Can you describe these shapes to your grown up?(square, triangle)
Did they guess right?
Measures: Positional language
Get your favourite toy and place it under a table, on top of a chair, next to the sofa.
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This week we are learning about Postmen.
Rhyming words are words that sound the same like cat and hat
Can you continue this week’s rhyming string?
Pat, cat, sat……….
How many words did you think of?
Sounds already known: s,a,t,p,i, n, c, e, h, r, m, d, g, o
New sound: u
Monday: Listen and sing the jolly rhyme for the sound ‘u’
Tuesday and Wednesday: Look around the house for objects which begin with the sound ‘u’
Thursday and Friday: have a go at writing the letter. Does your name have a ‘o’ in it? Can you think of any words beginning with the sound ‘u’?
Oral blending is breaking words down into their smallest units of sounds such as b-a-t has 3 sounds and c-ar has two sounds. ... When children learn to read they segment the word into the smallest units of sounds and then blend the sounds together to say the word
Words you can have a go at: Grown ups, say the letters one at a time then ask your little what the word is?
New words to try: c-u-p, m-u-g , u-p, s-l-u-g. j-u-g, b-u-g, t-u-g, r-u-g
Initial sound game:
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Fine motor skills:
Using a colouring crayon, draw some straight vertical the horizontal lines.
Muscling up our fingers! For this activity, if you don’t have playdough you may use a small soft toy.
Gross motor skills:
Muscling our arms and legs
To stay active: