What is your favourite topping? Can you toss them? How many can you eat?
Patting stories encourage body awareness and crossing the midline. They can also help develop interaction skills. If your child has support from an occupational Therapist check first that this type of activity is ok to do.Patting stories P1
These symbols might be useful when visualising some topic work on the Holocaust
This will keep for a few days in an airtight container or bag if it hasn’t got too mucky after playing with it. Remember making it is part of the fun and learning too. let’s make playdough
Do you or someone you know need ideas about what you can do today?What can I do today
A visual support to remind children what they need to do when asked to tidy their belongings.tidy up
Here is a visual to explain going for a Covid Test at a drive through centre or at home. This is an adaptation of a visual sent to us by Alison McGuinness. Thanks Alison.
Sometimes we can’t concentrate on new learning and need an alternative to rest the brain or distract us. Here are some suggestions to try.
These are some outdoor ideas that we have borrowed from the North Lanarkshire Outdoor Learning Pack 3. We would like to thank them for letting us share some of their ideas.