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W/c 23rd November

Monday 23rd November

 

We would like you to take a walk outside in the garden. What can you see, hear, smell and touch? On a big sheet of paper can you make a grid of 4 squares and write down/draw all of the things you can see in one box? Can you do the same with what you could hear, smell and touch?

 

We cannot wait to see what your senses picked up! 

Tuesday 24th November

 

Using your grid from yesterday, can you describe the things your senses picked up? E.g colourful leaves, crunchy leaves, rough trees or tiny birds. 

Thursday 26th November

 

We are beginning to look at spatial awareness in our maths sessions. You task today is to find 10 objects from around the house and use positional  language when placing them. E.g Can you put the bear on top of the car.? Can you place the fork next to the shoes?

 

As an extension to this task you can place a bear on top of the car and ask your child to use positional language to describe where the car is.

Friday 27th November

 

Today, we would like you to collect 2 sets of identical objects - this could be 2 forks, 2 knives and 2 spoons. Give one of each thing to your child and keep 1 set for yourself. Hide your set underneath a cloth and arrange the object in any order. Using positional language, describe the order of the objects to your child and see if they can mirror the way you have set out your objects. 

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