Home Learning Prudhoe Class

 

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In Early years we base our learning on the prime and specific areas. We keep our weekly timetable the same in the morning and afternoon with only specific areas of learning activities changing to keep ongoing structure and routine so the children learn to anticipate each day.

 

Week Beginning 1.6.20

Daily 

Physical Development: Health & Self-Care programme (hygiene)
Click here for plan 

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

Monday

  

Music – Click the symbol  Sea Song PowerPoint – Choose your favourite song to sing along to or try signing some sea creatures.

Sensory Circuit – Click the symbol Complete some physical activity of your choice/ Under the sea yoga

Sensory Story –  Click the symbol PowerPoint Story: Commotion in the ocean

Supporting word mat

Expressive Arts & Design  –Try some sensory sea creature playdough printing or hair gel under the sea bag!

-Can you use your hands to make a sea creature?

-How about some under the sea snacks?

Hair gel sensory bag: Simply add hair gel to a zip lock bag with ocean creatures. For those who don’t like getting messy it’s a fun texture and you can push it around . You can try with blue water too.

Playdough printing

Hand print sea creatures:

 

Tuesday

  

Music – Click the symbol  Sea Song PowerPoint – Choose your favourite song to sing along to or try signing some sea creatures.

Sensory Circuit – Click the symbol for jungle yoga moves and click here for for a jungle obstacle course 

Sensory Story –  Click the symbol PowerPoint Story: Commotion in the ocean

Supporting word mat

Literacy – Click the symbol  –  Commotion in the ocean colouring sheets

Commotion in the ocean – Can you name the animal?

-Read and colour worksheet

Can you sound out and read the sea creatures? (ocean labels)

Wednesday

  

Music – Click the symbol  Sea Song PowerPoint – Choose your favourite song to sing along to or try signing some sea creatures.

Sensory Circuit – Click the symbol for jungle yoga moves and click here for for a jungle obstacle course 

Sensory Story –  Click the symbol PowerPoint Story: Commotion in the ocean

Supporting word mat

Numeracy – Click the symbol – -Commotion in the ocean addition to 10 worksheets (2nd sheet)

-Collect sea shells and paint them – how many did you find?

Thursday

 

Music – Click the symbol  Sea Song PowerPoint – Choose your favourite song to sing along to or try signing some sea creatures.

Sensory Circuit – Click the symbol for jungle yoga moves and click here for for a jungle obstacle course 

Sensory Story –  Click the symbol PowerPoint Story: Commotion in the ocean

Supporting word mat

Understanding the World: The seaside

Click the symbol – Watch ‘Barnaby Bear goes to the seaside’

Complete one shape picture match (choose one we will use rest for following weeks)

-Create a seaside sensory tray

Friday

  

Music – Click the symbol  Sea Song PowerPoint – Choose your favourite song to sing along to or try signing some sea creatures.

Sensory Circuit – Click the symbol for jungle yoga moves and click here for for a jungle obstacle course 

Sensory Story –  Click the symbol PowerPoint Story: Commotion in the ocean

Supporting word mat

Sensory/Relaxing  – Click the symbol

– Cream – hand and foot massage

– If it is sunny outside – pretend you are at the beach!

Castle Theme 

Communication and Literacy 
Communication & Language

-Sensory Story ‘We are knights’ https://inclusiveteach.com/2020/04/14/sensory-story-we-are-knights/

-Have a look through the Castle photos PowerPoint then you can colour in some pictures.

Choose a Castle themed song and sing and dance along!

Expressive Arts & Design
-Have a try at the playdough mats

-Use your maths skills to name the 2D shapes and build the different Castles!

-Take a look at the Castle ideas or create your own Castle using whatever you like – junk model, sand castle, playdough castles, painting castles.

Physical Activities
Castle Ball

-You will need hula hoops and 1 soft ball This structure will stand on its own but will fall when a ball strikes any part of it. To build the castle place one hoop on the floor, four hoops form the sides, and one the top.

-Can you protect your Castle when a ball is thrown at it? Every time it falls down, build it again!

(Try creating your own Castle outdoors with the equipment you have)

– Or take a look at the outdoor activity cards.

Cookery
-Make a knight’s shield pizza and add your favourite toppings!

-Can you build a Castle using biscuits or make some Castle biscuits?