Here are your 1-a-day topic activities for the week.
1. Data Handling.
Make a tally table like the one below. Spend some time in your garden or yard and see how many of each minibeast you can find.
2. Exploring Mud!
Time to get messy! Find a muddy place in your yard or garden. Maybe you have a little home-made 'Mud Kitchen'. (Search online if you want to find out more about home-made mud kitchens - they are fantastic for keeping little people occupied, with many early educational benefits!) Play with the mud you find. Talk about how it feels, what it looks like, smells like etc. Take photos, videos etc of your child taling about their mud. Have them write some words to describe how it feels, looks lie, smells etc.
Use these pictures to stick to the sides of a cardboard box to make a dice. You could print these out or draw your own on plain paper. Play Sut wyt ti? dice game. Make a ‘face’ dice by using the images below and sticking them to each side of a cardboard box. Roll the dice, the child expresses how she / he feels based on the picture on the dice.
4. STEM Challenge
Your STEM activity this week is to make a paper aeroplane. Once you have made it, decorate it to make it look like a flying insect!
Take a photo or video of you aeroplane/insect and upload it to your Seesaw journal, or email it to me.
5. Reading Challenge.
Choose a reading activity to complete this week: