Home Learning – Prudhoe

 

Planning  – Updated week beginning 22.2.21

Our topic is ‘Space and Colour’ this half term

Please feel free to use some of the suggested timetabled home learning resources with your child/ children at home. I fully understand that not all of the suggestions may be suitable for you to access or complete. I just hope that they will be of some use during these uncertain times to help you create your own home learning ideas and for your child to engage with some familiar school timetabled tasks. There is no right or wrong order or way complete the daily tasks.

Best wishes

Michelle

Don’t forget to send us your photographs via twitter or email of all your hard work and the fun activities you are doing at home!

Monday

       

Literacy – To respond to name, words, gestures and visual clues
Click the symbol – Watch ‘Blue Monsters Want It All’

Look at the word mat as you read along. Can you find the correct toy/animal in the story?

Mark making cars. Attach a pen/pencil to your toy car, watch the marks appear on the paper. Use different colours to make different marks.

Numeracy – To develop awareness of shape, space, measure and numbers through play

Make a colour blue tray. Explore a variety of blue toys and objects from around your home

Topic – Play a turn turn taking game, which is your favourite game to play?

Colour in a monster on purple mash, can you log in and remember your passwords?

Explore a variety of toys that you have, can you push, pull, spin the toy?

Enjoy looking at the toys from the past photos.

Tuesday

             

Literacy – To respond to name, words, gestures and visual clues
Click the symbol – Watch ‘Blue Monsters Want It All’

Look at the word mat as you read along. Can you find the correct toy/animal in the story?

Look at the toy display photos

Lower case alphabet letter matching activity. Can you match the coloured letters to the board? Can you name/point to the letter on request?

Numeracy – To develop awareness of shape, space, measure and numbers through play

Colour sort monster. Make some different coloured monsters out of paper or boxes. Can you post the correct colour objects to the correct monster? Can you name the colours?

Shape toilet roll. Make some shapes out of toilet rolls. Make a shape painting with them. Can you name and match the shapes?

PE –  Independent movement and sensory experiences

Bounce on a trampette, gym ball, tunnel, ball games, jumping games, balance bean bags on head, bat and ball games, throwing objects into a box, skittles, roll up in a blanket, calming music.

Sensory circuit ideas

Parachute Song

PHSE – Play your favourite turn taking game.

My feelings monster. Can you make a happy/sad face on the monster just like the story.

Mood monster cards (print off 2 copies) can you cut out and match the different monsters? What colour are the monsters?

Emotion face cards. Make your own emotions face, print out, choose a forehead, eyes, nose, mouth and chin of your choice.

Wednesday

       

Literacy – To respond to name, words, gestures and visual clues
Click the symbol – Watch ‘Blue Monsters Want It All’

Look at the word mat as you read along. Can you find the correct toy/animal in the story?

Sort old/new toys. Cut and sort the pictures onto the correct page. Print 2 copies of the old and new toy pictures. Can you match the picture to the correct board?

Numeracy – To develop awareness of shape, space, measure and numbers through play

Make a paper plate monster. Can you name the shapes, colour or paint the monster blue.

Self Care – To develop independence

See session plan

Sing along to the song and practice your self help skills as you go along. You will need a blanket/sheet, mirror, brush, spoon, some food to taste, toothbrush and paste, flannel, lip salve and hand cream. Complete the recording sheet in your pack.

Thursday

       

Literacy – To respond to name, words, gestures and visual clues
Click the symbol – Watch ‘Blue Monsters Want It All’

Look at the word mat as you read along. Can you find the correct toy/animal in the story?

Old toys cut outs. Print out and cut and stick to make a collage of toys.

Numeracy – To develop awareness of shape, space, measure and numbers through play

Monster colours. Colour the different colour monsters with the correct colour. Can you name/point to the colour on request?

Photo colour sort. Can you match the photos to the correct coloured board?

Art – To explore and use different media and materials

Colour in a monster. Can you colour it blue like in the story?. Sing along to the monster song 

Have fun playing with salt dough, make a monster with things you have around the home.

Friday

         

Literacy – To respond to name, words, gestures and visual clues
Click the symbol – Watch ‘Blue Monsters Want It All’

Look at the word mat as you read along. Can you find the correct toy/animal in the story?

Feelings monster pencil control. Make some marks on the paper, can you trace over the patterns?

Letter formation practice sheet. Can you overwrite the letters. You could use a different coloured pencil to practice more than once.

Numeracy – To develop awareness of shape, space, measure and numbers through play

Trace basic shapes.

Have a shape hunt around the house, what shapes can you find?

Attention Bucket – To offer an irresistible invitation to learn

Click here for ideas!

Click here for an example of Attention Bucket

Relaxing/Sensory Activities –  To relax and enjoy a hand/foot massage

The children enjoy this relaxing session in the week.  We play calming music (relaxation fish as an example!) and get the foot-spas out for some massage.  Some children like this session to engage in sand play or sensory choose with edible items such as jelly or cereal.  It may just be a nice time to play together with toys of your child’s choice.

Additional Activity 

Make some silky soft play dough.

Have fun exploring some blue moon sand.

 

 

 

 

Planning  – Updated week beginning 1.3.21

Our topic is ‘Space and Colour’ this half term

Please feel free to use some of the suggested timetabled home learning resources with your child/ children at home. I fully understand that not all of the suggestions may be suitable for you to access or complete. I just hope that they will be of some use during these uncertain times to help you create your own home learning ideas and for your child to engage with some familiar school timetabled tasks. There is no right or wrong order or way complete the daily tasks.

Best wishes

Michelle

Don’t forget to send us your photographs via twitter or email of all your hard work and the fun activities you are doing at home!

Monday

World Book Day is on Thursday, our story is ‘Aliens Love Underpants!’

       

Literacy – To respond to name, words, gestures and visual clues
Click the symbol –  Watch Aliens love underpants. Enjoy the story for world book day.

 

Numeracy – To develop awareness of shape, space, measure and numbers through play

 

Topic – (To use toys in different ways, To play and explore, To understand technology.)

  • Play a turn turn taking game, which is your favorite game to play?
  • Colour in an alien or space ship on purple mash, can you log in and remember your passwords?
  • Explore a variety of toys that you have, can you push, pull, spin the toy?
  • Make a rocket from a toilet roll.

Tuesday

             

Click the symbol –  Watch Aliens love underpants. Enjoy the story for world book day.

Numeracy

PE –  Independent movement and sensory experiences

Bounce on a trampette, gym ball, tunnel, ball games, jumping games, balance bean bags on head, bat and ball games, throwing objects into a box, skittles, roll up in a blanket, calming music.

Sensory circuit ideas

Parachute Song

PHSE – To play alongside others, To develop awareness of own body, To build relationships with special people and use familiar adults to share feelings.

 

 

Wednesday

       

Click the symbol –  Watch Aliens love underpants. Enjoy the story for world book day.

  • Look at the word mat as you read along. Can you find the correct underpants or objects from the story?
  • Use the role play masks, can you act out the correct coloured alien from the story? Can you find poster. Follow the instructions and see how many aliens and underpants you can find in the poster. Cut out the pictures at the bottom and match them to the poster.

Numeracy – To develop awareness of shape, space, measure and numbers through play

 

Self Care – To develop independence

See session plan

Sing along to the song and practice your self help skills as you go along. You will need a blanket/sheet, mirror, brush, spoon, some food to taste, toothbrush and paste, flannel, lip salve and hand cream. Complete the recording sheet in your pack.

Thursday

       

Click the symbol –  Watch Aliens love underpants. Enjoy the story for world book day.

 

Numeracy – To develop awareness of shape, space, measure and numbers through play

 

Art – To explore and use different media and materials

 

Friday

         

Click the symbol –  Watch Aliens love underpants. Enjoy the story for world book day.

 

 

Numeracy – To develop awareness of shape, space, measure and numbers through play

 

Attention Bucket – To offer an irresistible invitation to learn

Click here for ideas!

Click here for an example of Attention Bucket

Relaxing/Sensory Activities –  To relax and enjoy a hand/foot massage

The children enjoy this relaxing session in the week.  We play calming music (relaxation fish as an example!) and get the foot-spas out for some massage.  Some children like this session to engage in sand play or sensory choose with edible items such as jelly or cereal.  It may just be a nice time to play together with toys of your child’s choice.

Additional Activity