Recite numbers from 0 -10 forwards and backwards using songs and rhymes
Today I'd like you to play doctors and nurses and help your teddies or dollies feel better. Gather 10 of teddies and sit them a circle. Carefully count the 10 teddies together. If you have some plasters I'd like you to help your child to count out 10. Your child can give one plaster to each teddy. As your child gives out the plasters count the amount remaining. Develop mathematical language such as how many? less, more, zero. Sing the song Miss Molly had a dolly as you go along. If you don't have any plasters then maybe you could make some bandages using strips of paper or ribbon etc or even give them a biscuit each. If your child would like to they can write the numbers 1 to 10 on a pieces of paper and number the teddies too.
Ask your child to make a get well card for their teddy. They can decorate the front of the card and on the inside I'd like them to do some 'have- a- go' writing. The aim is that the child attributes meaning to marks (e.g. To teddy, get well soon, love xx) It doesn't matter if they do squiggles or other emergent writing marks. The aim is that they realise that writing has a purpose and it can take many forms - in this case - a card.
Have fun and I look forward to seeing more pictures!