Below you will find activities for your child to complete at home.
You could use some of the activities from 100 things to do before you are six.
Activities to support early mathematical learning:
Book Talk Activities. Below you will find a digital copy of the story - Seren's seasons. Discuss the book together and talk about their experiences of the seasons/weather.
- Make a snow person from objects at home or in the garden, like Seren does. You could use towels to build a 3D model or use chalk in the garden.
- Make a diary. Use pictures to record the weather each day.
- Use natural objects from the garden, such as pebbles or leaves, to make artworks on the ground.
- Use a stick dipped in muddy water to practise writing letters or names on the floor outside.
- Weather fashion shoot! Pretend its spring. Ask your child to dress for spring. Take photos on your phone or table. Repeat for each season. You could make a slideshow or scrap book to show this.
- Draw pictures and practise sequencing the story. What happened first, next, last etc.
- Draw a snow person outline for children to add to.
- Let us know if you think of any additional activities to with the story.
Children in pre-school access Phase 1 phonics. This phonics phase is intended to develop children’s listening, vocabulary and speaking skills.
Phonics Play - Use the phonics games in the Phase 1 phonics section to support your child.
In school we use Read Write Inc. Phonics. Tune into the live lesson from Read, Write Inc. trainers. The set 1 sounds are appropriate for pre-school children. They are on at 9.30am each day.