I don't know about you parents but with a two week Easter break I'm finding it hard to remember what day it is. I've tried to get into a new routine in this new normal. Below I've added some printable timetables for you to adapt for your child if they need it. Timetables give a structure to a day. You can use it when you want them to play school with you or use it for the whole day. You can or get your child to make a symbol or a picture to represent a particular activity. Having a visual routine indicates the passing of time. It indicates that tasks won't last forever and when we are going to eat! (I'm eating so much more!! It seems to be snack time all day haha so these can be scheduled in if needed)
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Game 1: Use stories and songs to introduce days, months of year and seasons.
Days of the week songs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QD6XUDLzo8k welsh version
Months of the year
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=djsNa8_vFn4 Welsh version
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75NQK-Sm1YY The Very Hungry Caterpillar animated story https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sta9xdOvSBU Seven Blind Mice
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dX8BSqdRH4 Cookies Week
Game 2: Write or print out the days of the week.(Please see below) Use the above songs to arrange the days of week in order. Use key words; weekend, weekdays/school days, today, tomorrow and yesterday. Can your child recite the days of the week in order?
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Game 5: Make a diary of events of a week in lock down. On Monday.... and draw or take a photo. Use this as your own teaching tool, this will be something that is meaning full and personal to your child.