Always start with some counting, try:
Start at 16 and count to 32 (don't forget to go backwards after)
Start at 27 and count to 51 (again always count back to your starting point as well)
Master your Maths Here are the next two pages, just write the answers on a page and ask an adult or older sibling to check the answers.
I know everyone is missing their friends while we stay at home so why not write a letter to any/all your friends (one will do)?
Don't forget all letters start with Dear XX
1) Tell them some things you've been doing e.g. drawing, playing outside.
2) Tell them what games you will play together when we are back to school.
3) Write about or draw anything else you'd like to share with them.
As usual when writing try to use capital letters and full stops and finger spaces between your words which we should tie to the line.
If you can find a box/bag at home why not play What's in the Box? with someone in your family.
Remember don't use anything too delicate and ask an adult before you use an item that's not yours.
Explain to your family that you can only answer yes or no to their questions.
Art with Annmarie
Here is another lovely, and simple, drawing idea Annmarie has done to inspire us. Isn't it super cute! Have a go!
Chat tomorrow and do your best for your parents and guardians. I know you will. Leave me a comment if you can.
XX Ms Byrne