Tuesday 2nd February
- Go outside and use a clothes peg to pick up as many leaves as you can find. Can you collect ten? Can you sort them by size?
- If you prefer to stay inside cut out some leaves from paper and see how many you can pick up using your peg.
- Warm up “Shake your sillies out”
- Watch Mrs. Roberts’s video.
- How many pairs of socks can you throw underarm into a basket/box?
- Can you sort the socks into pairs? How many pairs of socks do you have and how many separate socks do you have?
- Lots of you enjoyed your yoga last week so here is another one. You can save it for another day if you like.
- Jack and the beanstalk yoga
- Have a go at making some giant shoes using cardboard boxes from your recycling bin and string. Or decorate some of your Dads old shoes. Can you walk like the Giant- big strides?
- If you need some inspiration you could watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jqvsgo-eGR4
- Watch Mrs. Roberts video on making a beanstalk with some rolled up newspaper and sellotape.
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Literacy – Story introduction
- Watch Mrs. Robert’s video of “The Jack and the beanstalk” story.
- Warm up Count to 20 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D0Ajq682yrA
- Cut out a long beanstalk from paper and measure it using pencils/ pens
- Teach your child the rules of measuring
- Do not leave gaps in between the pens.
- Start at the end of the beanstalk.
- Place the pencils in a straight line
- Cut the beanstalk shorter; get your child to predict whether they will need more or less pens. How many will they need?
Extended learning for maths