Share a book with someone in your family. It can be your own story book or the book from the library.
Talk about the blurb on the back of the book, the illustrator and the author.
Share a book with a someone in your household and talk about how you could make your own ending to the story.
Talk about your favourite story that you have read at schoole.g. Monkey Puzzle, We’re going on a bear hunt, Oliver’s vegetables, Peace at last, Whatever next… Why did you like the book?
Share a book with your family – talk about why you like the story.
Draw your favourite part of the story using the paper and pencils
Walking around you house, see how many different shapes you can see, ie. Clock – circle, windows – square/rectangular, dinner plates, circles…
Draw a shape picture of the shapes you have found
Name the shapes that you have used
Sing some number songs with your family. You can find these on Youtube.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5 once I caught a fish alive…
10 little numbers…
There were 10 in the bed…
Five little monkey’s jumping on the bed
Help to lay the table for dinner. How many forks, knives, spoons do you need altogether for your family?
Can you help to clear the table, naming the different items as you clear them away, ie. Salt, pepper, plate, mug…
With your parents, can you cut up some fruit or vegetables to make a fruit salad or salad to eat together? Talk about the different textures of the food and describe how they taste?
Help your parents to put the washing into the machine. Name the different clothing items as you put them in.
When the washing is finished, help to peg them on a line to dry. Can you make a pattern using the items of clothing, ie, sock, vest, sock, vest…