Can you name the different parts of a supermarket? E.g. dairy/milk etc., carbohydrates/bread etc., fruit and vegetables, meat counter and sweet aisle.
Can you name any other parts of the supermarket that are not food related?
Can you make a shopping list of all the healthy things you could eat throughout the week?
Make an addition monster using materials from your house. Don't worry about putting numbers on the tubes. Use the addition number challenge cards and practically do each sum. What is the total in the monster's mouth?
Use your monster to practice adding 1,2 and 3 to different numbers to find the total.
Complete the worksheet/challenge cards and use your monster to help.
Can you use different fruits/vegetables to design a plate of food?
Collage, draw or paint your food onto a paper plate.
Using different fruits and vegetables practice printing different patterns onto paper.
Can you make a family of vegetable characters using a variety of fruits and vegetables?
Practice threading cheerios or pasta onto pie cleaners, string, cooked spaghetti or uncooked (place standing up in playdough or blue tac and make a tower).
How many do you have?
What characters will you have on your lunchbox?
Collect your empty tins and bottles and have a game of bowling.
Make it a challenge by writing numbers/sounds on each one. Ask a family number to give you a number/sound. Can you roll the ball to hit the correct number/sound?
Oxford Reading Owl – (Free ebooks)
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Teach your Monster to Read – Phonics
TopMarks – Literacy games – select Early Years
PhonicsBloom – Phonic games (Phase 1-4)
Teach your child to read resources from BBC
ICT Games – Variety of phonic resources -Demonstrates how to say each sound correctly
TopMarks – number recognition games and counting
Math age 4-6
Monster Math’s Learning Games
Barnyard Games for Kids
Book Creator – Practice writing your sounds/numbers or draw a picture for a family member
ICT Games – Variety of number recognition games
Disco Dough – Early Years Emily – Exercises the muscles in your child’s hand to help support writing
Jack Hartman – Phonics
Calming Yoga for children
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