Literacy skills development.
Letter of the week H activity.
Children are given rulers to practice drawing shapes to create a house. Enhancing this learning children are then given scissors to cut and make shapes such as squares, rectangles, triangles, diamonds, and circles to make a paper house. This activity focus on shape recognition, letter recognition and literacy skill development.
Coloured paper, rulers, pencils, glue and scissors
Numeracy skills development.
Extending our learning from 1-20 using string threaded with beads or pasta to thread and count with. Also Using number cards from 1-20. Children choose a number card children then count the beads pushing them along the string counting out loud as they move each one to correspond with the number on the card. To allow for differentiation the children can also practice writing the number of the card and the word of the number on a separate small card of paper.
String, beads or pasta, number cards, lead pencils and paper.