Today I would like you to start by practicing your number formation. I can see lots of progress with your numbers from photos sent in and I am so pleased. All of your hard work is paying off. Choose which numbers your child needs to work on 0-10 or 11-20.
Can you remember the number rhymes to help you?
Now recap your 2d and 3d shapes. Can you point out what each shape is? Can you tell me anything about the shape? how many sides does it have?
Today we will be looking at ordering and sequencing events. This is an opportunity to work on the children’s language and concept of time. We have looked at this in school but it is still very new to the children.
First, begin with discussing a usual day for your child. This could be a day of home learning, a day in school or a day at home on the weekend. Ask your child questions about their routine. What is the first thing you do in the morning? What do you do after?
Encourage the children to use language like - in the morning, in the afternoon, at night, then, next, after. This is great to support your child's vocabulary ensuring they are talking in the right tense and extending their vocabulary with 'and' 'because'.
Once you have had a discussion about their routine ask them to draw a picture of their usual day. This may be a picture of them in bed and then brushing their teeth.