Here are some ideas for working at home with your child
Share a book and talk about the story/ pictures. Ask questions about what is happening in the story. Give the children opportunities to draw simple pictures.
Name the parts of the body – eyes, nose etc.
Continue learning the Pori Drwy rhymes.
Talk to your children and encourage them to respond in sentences. .
Draw pictures of people, including face and body, arms and legs.
Play ‘I spy with my little eye’. Letters can be changed for colours.
For example, I spy with my little eye, something that is green.
Count to 10 – forwards and backwards and when they can do that start at different numbers. Recognise numbers to 10.
Match 1:1 objects e.g laying the table.
Go on a shape hunt – find all the circles, squares and triangles in the house.
Make playdough – see recipe below.
1lb plain flour
1 ½ pint of water
8 teaspoons of cream of tartar
4 tablespoons oil
Put flour, salt, cream of tartar into a saucepan.
Add colouring to water and stir into mixture in saucepan.
Stir to make a ball
Turn onto plate or worktop and let cool
Jolly phonic songs
Oxford owl reading site
Yoga for children
Easy craft ideas
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