Please find detailed below some additional resources which we hope you may useful during this difficult period.
Dip in, have a look and, if you think this may be for you, delve in deeper and see what you think. Most of all, enjoy the experience.
Please note these are not compulsory activities but ‘optional extras‘ for you and your child to explore.
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Good Morning P1-3. We hope you had a lovely day yesterday and managed to get out in the beautiful sunshine!
Today’s challenge is to make a worry doll.
What are worry dolls?
They are tiny dolls that you can tell your worries to before placing them under your pillow at night. The worry doll takes your worry away while you sleep.
They are a lovely opportunity to encourage children to talk about how they are feeling.
What you will need:
- Small stick or twigs
- Wool, ribbon or thread
- Felt tip pen
What to do:
- Break your stick or twigs into small lengths (about 5cms)
- Wrap different colours of wool, ribbon or thread around your stick,
- Felt tip a face onto your doll.