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Remote Learning 

Monday 1st February 2021

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Thursday 4th February 2021

Friday 5th February 2021

 

01.02.21

Hello my lovely Lion Class!

For the rest of this week, you will be staying at home with your parents and carers. I will be adding a variety of different teaching and learning activities in this section for you to complete over the next few days. Hope you enjoy them! 

Jane 

It would be great if your parents/carers could email me some photos of you completing these tasks.

Shake your sillies out!

Each day, before you begin your remote learning, listen to this fun song called: ‘Shake your sillies out!’ Have a little dance with your child and encourage them to move their arms/hands and legs.

The Gruffalo's Child - Read by Alan Mandel

Let your child listen to this story? Do they recognise the familiar characters? e.g. Gruffalo, mouse, owl, fox, snake

Look closely at the characters in the story. Show your child each picture in turn. Name the animal and try and make the sound that animal would make e.g. owl - hooting, gruffalo - growling, mouse - squeaking etc. Encourage your child to name the animal and imitate the sound it makes.

The Gruffalo's Child Music - Deep Dark Woods

Let your child listen to this song.

Can you create a foot print of the Gruffalo and the Gruffalo’s Child? Maybe your parent or carer could create the Gruffalo with their foot and you can create the Gruffalo’s child. Hope you enjoy this creative activity!

 

Physical Development
Please can you support your child to complete their individual physio programs.

 

02.02.21

 

Reading - Multi-Sensory Story - Homework Pack

Read your child their story in the reading pack we sent home last week. If your child wasn't in school last week - choose a story that you have at home to read to your child.

 

Using the PowerPoint below, read your child the story of 'The Gruffalo's Child'.

Identifying Characters

In your child's remote learning pack this week - there are some pictures of the characters. Show your child these characters one by one – naming each one in turn. Encourage your child to repeat the character's name. Encourage your child to make the sound of each animal e.g. mouse - squeak, snake - hiss, owl - hooting, Gruffalo - growling etc.

From a choice of two characters – Can your child find a specific character using their eyes?

E.g. Can you find the Gruffalo?

Can you find the Gruffalo's child?

Can you find the snake?

Can you find the big, bad mouse?

Can you find the fox?

Can you find the owl?

Can you find the cave?

 

Science - Look back through the PowerPoint of 'The Gruffalo's Child'. Look closely at the illustrations - what other animals can you see hiding in the forest? If possible, go out for a little walk to the park or to the woods, what animals can you see?

Maths - Sing this Gruffalo number song to your child again.

Gruffalo World - The Gruffalo's Child Clips Compilation

03.02.21 Let your child watch this animated version of 'The Gruffalo's Child' story based on Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.

Can you help your child to draw a picture of the big bad mouse?

Physical Development
Please can you support your child to complete their individual physio programs.

04.02.21 Let your child watch this different version of the story today.

Find out about the different footprints of different creatures. Can you draw some of these?

05.02.21 - The Gruffalo's Child Meets The Big Bad Mouse!

Can you make your own shadow puppets? Create a big bad mouse puppet that will scare away the Gruffalo’s child.

Can you make these character shadow puppets?

Reading - Multi-Sensory Story - Homework Pack

Read your child their story in the reading pack we sent home last week. If your child wasn't in school last week - choose a story that you have at home to read to your child.

 

 

You have worked extremely hard lions well done! I want you to finish off the week by completing this fun mirror activity.

 

Mirror Play

Position your child in front of the mirror so that they can see both their reflection and your reflection.

  •  Imitation - make funny faces in the mirror and see if they do the same (wrinkle nose, stick out tongue, widen eyes, etc).
  • Copy their funny faces.
  • Point to your nose, hair, eyes, etc and name them. This helps to learn the names of body parts.
  • Put on glasses, hats, jewellery, make marks on face with make up or sauces.

How do they respond?

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