Lowercase b and d are easily confused by some children. Here are some worksheets if you feel your child needs them. The poster shows a simple reminder with their hands as to what shape each letter should be. Say the alphabet a, b (put up left hand thumb) c, d (put up right hand thumb). This will give them a guide as to which way the round part of the letter should be. They must go from left to right as if reading a book.
Hope this is of some help.
P1 I have missed being in school and seeing you all every day, I'm so sorry your first year at Carr PS has been cut short but I look forward to teaching you all again some time soon. I hope you have been getting on well with the work packs that were sent home. Over Easter we are not setting any school work but I have attached some activities that you can complete to keep you busy especially since we still can’t get out and about like we would like to.
Don't forget to have a look at Seesaw for any activities that have been uploaded that you may enjoy completing.
Number formation eggs
Write the number correctly in each egg. Colour each egg, take your time with this (you don’t even have to do them all in one day) and make each egg as beautiful as you can. Once finished cut them out carefully. Then ask Mum or Dad to hide them around your house or in your garden. You must now find them and then place them in correct numerical order.
The Egg hunt can be repeated as often as you want. To make it more difficult, why not try to find the eggs in numerical order. If you find a 5 when looking for a 2, leave it where it is but remember where you saw it so you can go back there when you need number 5.
Try a little Easter Counting and colouring.
Look at the powerpoint of the Easter Story. Try the cut and stick sequencing page to go along with the story. P1 Try the first sequencing page, the second is for P2
Why not try a little Easter Craft or Colouring, I especially like the Superhero Eggs.
Ask an adult to boil some eggs. Watch what they are doing but don’t get too close. Once the eggs are hard boiled allow them to cool. Use felt tips or paints to decorate them. Again these can be hidden in the garden for you to find, or how about you hide them for your Mum and Dad to find. Again the decorating of the eggs doesn’t have to be done all in one session, take your time and don’t rush it. When you are done hiding the eggs you could roll them down a hill if there is one near you or roll them along the garden.
Healthy Kidz Global Challenge
Log on to www.healthy-kidz.com/healthy-kidz-globalchallenge.
Have a go at the challenges. Good Luck!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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