Here are your activities for your home learning.
During your self-isolation you can only go into your garden to play.
We will start with our Good Mornings.
Talk about the weather. It is misty at my house this morning.
Have a look for yellow things in your house.
If you have symbols at home, remember to use them with your child. Pangolins are really good at using symbols, they can request their breakfast, snack and drinks.
We are also working on what we can see and feel in school too.
Time for our class story and song.
The story is one of my favourites We’re going on a Bearhunt.
Your first job is to go on a Bearhunt.
Get your Mum or Dad to hide a bear or toy at home.
Can you find the bear?
Can you sign bear when you have found it?
Time for Number Rhymes.
Here is a song about bears and you can join in with signing bear.
Get your Mum or Dad to help you count out some of your toys.
Time for some lunch.
Time to try some different foods.
Remember to spend a little time in your garden to get some fresh air.
This afternoon it is time for some sensory play.
You can explore lots of different things in sensory play.
Here are some ideas - pasta both dried and cooked, noodles both dried and cooked, cereals, jelly.
You can also play in water - but some bubbles in it, colour it with a very small amount of food colouring but be careful as it can stain things.
You could make salt dough.
Have fun getting your child explore different things, they might need some help at first but give them lots of time to explore the sensory things. We have noticed that Pangolins like to come back and explore things in their own time.
I think Pangolins have worked hard.
Here is a story to finish the day.
Stay safe Pangolins. We will see you soon.