I hope you enjoyed your home learning yesterday. It was lovely to see you sending your work in, please continue to do this each day, so we can provide any feedback and see your amazing hard work!
Our daily outline of what your day will look like:
Why do you think the wolf is blowing the pigs house down?
Will the brick house fall down or not? Why do you think that?
Is the wolf a kind or mean character?
How do you think the pigs feel?
Please continue to read at home daily with your child. Check out the Oxford owl books online.
2. Snap game:
Play a game of snap by creating your own days of the week cards. Write each day of the week twice on a small piece of paper and lay them face down on floor or table. Play with a partner and pick a card, say the day aloud, e.g. Monday and see if you can find its match. If you find the day to match, e.g., Monday you get to keep the cards. The most cards at the end wins! Good luck.
3. Read the story of ‘The very hungry caterpillar’ or watch the video of the story by clicking the link above.
For your activity you need to match the correct day of the week with the correct fruit, the hungry caterpillar has eaten.
You are welcome to print and use the template below or create your own and draw your own pictures.
1. Share the book Goldilocks and the three bears then watch the link below on how to make porridge.
After you have followed the instructions to make your own wonderful fairy tale porridge. Imagine you are having a tea party for you and your teddy bear friends. Set up a table and chairs or picnic blanket with bowls of porridge, spoons and some teddy bear friends.
As part of our EYFS Curriculum the children would access a range of choosing activities and learn together and individually through play. I have set some options for you to choose from below. These do not all need to be completed and can be more independent for your child to complete and play maybe even alongside a sibling.