Fine Motor enhancement.
1. A piece of paper is turned vertical. The paper is then ruled up into four sections.
Children can attempt to write, their own name.
Their name is dotted for them to trace it.
The following two spaces (spaces 3 and 4) children have a go at independently writing their name two more times.
2. Drawing the letter, I
1. Paper, lead pencils and a ruler
2. Practice writing the letter I using lead pencils, paper and correct pencil holding grip.
1. To develop children’s skills in forming letters using Casey caterpillar description.
2. Extending on children’s learning about the letter of the week and sing along to Jolly Phonics as they learn words that start with the letter J.
1. Choose a book from your book shelf. Look through the book and search for upper case and lower-case letter H.
2.Letter of the week I. – Lower case and upper case. Songs to help us recognize the letter I in its lower case and upper-case forms.
Books from home.