Choose your favourite storybook.
Can you draw a picture from the book?
Why do you like the book, Who is your favourite character and why?
I would love to know your favourite stories, send me their replies and pictures on dojo!
Complete a jigsaw
Using an old pair of socks make puppets! Use any resources you have around the house to make eyes and a mouth.
Retell your favourite story or even make up your own and have a puppet show!
Phonics listening game.
Make a ball game outside.
Can you catch, throw, kick a ball?
Discuss the different emotions happy, sad, angry, scared.
How are you feeling today?
What make you happy/sad?
How can we help someone feel happy?
What makes a kind friend?
Can you draw a picture of the different emotion faces?
Lucy's blue day story.
Can you make a bug house outdoors using twigs, leaves and cardboard tubes?
Listen to the story 'We're going on a bear hunt.'
Can you make a bear hunt at home? Take your hands, feet or toys on a bear hunt!
Examples.....Grass from outdoors or green paper, water, mud from outdoors or sand, cotton wool for snowstorm, twigs for forest.
Going on a bear hunt.
Can you make a necklace using a piece of string and pasta?
Using two toilet rolls and some string tubes make a pair of binoculars, go on a bear hunt looking for your teddies!
Bear hunt cosmic yoga
Using your binoculars go and look for bugs in your bug house.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAT5NiWHFIU - Storytelling in early years
https://cdn.literacytrust.org.uk/media/documents/Looking_and_talking_outside_session_plan_for_practitioners.pdf - Speaking Outdoors with your child