This is a lovely resource where you can listen to both fiction and non fiction books and then do some follow up activities.
Here is today’s story and some links to activities about the story. You can print out from the links or if you do not have a printer, then I have added photos so that you can make up your own resources. The first is a colour sequence sheet and the second is a memory activity to match the foods to the days the Caterpillar ate them on.
Last week, lots of children around the country have been making or drawing rainbows to put in their windows to send a message of hope and cheer and to boost morale.
I’ve done mine so why don’t you make one too.
If you’ve done one already upload a photo on Learning Journals.
Following on from the dice pattern activity from last week, you can use the number cards to play a game of matching pairs. You may need to make a few more of the cards and make sure there is at least two of each number to match with.
The children will be pleased to know that the stick insects are at home with Alison and the fish is with Justyna and her family. They are all happy and healthy and doing well.
The following link has many new and old songs that the children can learn and sing along to..
Here is a link shared by one of our parents who has tried this out at home