Today’s story is Stephanie’s Ponytail. I hope you enjoy it.
Tomorrow’s choices are
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Materials needed: a tray, dish or similar container, shaving foam, food colouring, toothpick, wooden skewer or pencil, paper or card and a piece of thick card or cloth ‘scraper’.
Start by squirting out some shaving foam onto your dish. You only need a thin layer, and this will act as your base. Then drop on some food colouring. You can add as many different colours as you like. Use a toothpick, wooden skewer or pencil to swirl the food colouring through the shaving foam to create a design you like. Then press a piece of paper or card on to the shaving foam, smoothing the paper/card a little so that all the surface is in contact with the foam. It only needs to touch for a second or two for the food colouring to transfer. Carefully peel back the paper/card and place it face-up on the table. You can repeat the process again and again, adding more food colouring if you want to. Once your marbling surface becomes too full of colours simply rinse off all the colour and foam and begin the process again.
Good morning Group 11
I am hoping for some more sun today but it looks a bit cloudy.
You could try some of the following today:
Movement: put your favourite song on and dance like no one is watching. Choose a party song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94MTVSZ1nTc
Life Skills: Make the beds
Maths: See Steve’s blog or use https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/5-7-years/counting
Fiddly Fingers: Use lego or playdough
Story: Read your favourite book or one from here http://www.magickeys.com/books/
Signing: check Lorna’s sign of the day video.
Music: See Connie or Gordon’s blog for Karaoke Corner or have your own karaoke https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=karaoke+songs
Dance: See Rachel’s blog or dance to your favourite tunes.
Have a lovely day, Kirsty
Hope you are all well and everyone is keep safe.
What is the day today?
Can you tell me how does the weather look like today?
Maths – Number recognition and count – You can use any other objects that you have at home for this activity.
Fiddly Fingers – Let’s work on strengthening our finger muscles and developing fine motor skills while making leaf patterns with clothespins. Materials Needed: yarn, scissors, clothespins, some foam stickers/other objects to hang.
Story – Find a book of your choice and “read” it. Ask mum or dad to help you if you want to. Check if you are holding the book in the right position. Make sure you turn pages one at the time. Can you tell what do you see on pictures? What is your favourite character/ food / toy / image (depending on the book)
Sign of the day – Don’t forget to be practising the sign of the day – if you want to send me a video then feel free
Sensory – Time for relax, lay down and listen