Welcome back to another day of learning. I hope you are all finding the activities fun. The activities below are progressive. Please pick an activities that suit your child.
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Game 1: Please sing along together to the number rhyme aside. Then gather up 5/10 toys and recreate the song using your child's own toys.
Game 3: Make 2 sets of number cards 1-10/11-20. I've attached these if you have a printer. Deal one set of number cards out so that children have the same number of cards each (four or five). Shuffle the other set. Take one card from the shuffled set and place it on the table. Who has the number that is one more than this number? The child places it on the table to the right of your number. Who has the number that is one less? This child places their card to the left of your number. Each correctly placed card is put in a separate pile. Repeat, taking a new card from the shuffled set of cards and asking for the number that is one more and one less. Continue playing until one child has no more cards left. That person is the winner!
Rhyming is fun! Ask your child to say a word and then you say another word that ends in the same sounds. Take turns starting and finishing rhymes. How many rhyming pairs can you make? Below I've added a rhyme game taken from https://www.sesamestreet.org/games. Please click on the Rhyme Time link button below.
There's nothing more fun and a great way to keep active then to have a dance. Below your children will need to copy the action and freeze when directed. This is a fun way to incorporate exercise and listening skills.
Building on last weeks activity, I'd like yo to use a feely bag again(pillow case, this will be a well used resource). Place items of the same material e.g. plastic, wood etc and ask them to name the object and recap on what the object is made from. I would like you to focus on how it feels, can your child use the correct describing word? Add different objects then last weeks activity if you want to be challenge your child further. Don't forget you will need to model a lot of their language. You could add a pencil, a toy, a pillow, remote control, foil, etc. To simplify add items of the same texture e.g. everything is hard/ soft/shiny/smooth etc. So they can start to make connections between objects.
See you all here tomorrow. Keep Safe, have fun!
Cofion oddiwrth Edwards a Povey xx