You can keep this week totally fun and just stick to the activities, while also enjoying the freedom/lifted restrictions. However, I know some parents are still holding on to a bit of routine so I will post some suggested work too.
** I'm also going to leave a link to lots of helpful resources that might be of use to you over the summer holidays**
- I suggest that you continue to practice your reading on www.connect.collins.co.uk.
- Sounds, tricky words, word lists
- My Summer Bucket list - What sort of things do you want to get up to this summer? Draw pictures and write! (see example below)
- Handwriting (see more below)
- Dictation (see more below)
- Read a story - if you don't have access to books, youtube have lots.
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- Revise adding within 5, or within 10 if you wish. Use concrete materials to help; fruit, toys, coins etc.
- Busy work - page 40 of your book
with Ms. Mc Sweeney
What you need:
What to do:
How far can you throw yours?? How are you going to measure the distance?
(You can use a non-standard unit of measure here like your feet, colours, or books)
with Ms. Brooks
with Ms. O'Shea
- Washing up liquid/bubble solution
- A straw
with Ms. Maguire
We all have 5 senses...
You will need:
Sensory walk checklist
Clipboard and pencil
Colour and label your pictures
with Ms Keogh
250g of Chocolate (I used milk cooking chocolate)
Large mixing bowl
small glass bowl
Why don't you try writing out the procedure so that you have the recipe written down in case you would like to make them again!