Activity 1- My communication.
We are starting today with a trip to Europe to see Norway and Greece.
The Sami people were involved in the production of 'Frozen'.
Activity 2- My communication
Hello Everyone or should I say Giasou everyone! Watch the hello song; (Hello song from liss, with different ways of saying hello) x2
Story time with Liss: Listen to Liss reading Adam’s story from the Canada.
Starter: Read the pages about different clothes from the book ‘Welcome to our world’ to your child. Explore all the beautiful pictures together! PDF pages are available below.
Explain to your child that people around the world have different clothes they wear on special occasions. Spend some time looking at the picture of clothes around the world with your child. Talk about the colours, the patterns, what do they like, what don’t they like? Are any similar to things they wear? Do they wear dresses on special occasions? What is different about the clothes?
Choose a tasks:
Look through all the different types of special clothing you have in your house. Can you dress up in the clothes and pick your favourite outfit?
Take a photo or draw a picture of you wearing your special clothes. Can you label the picture with the symbols?
Can you label the picture with initial sounds e.g. h for hat or d for dress
Can you draw a picture if you favourite outfit from the photos. Can you label the picture with initial sounds?
Activities and resources
Activity 3- My thinking
We are continuing our multicultural work this week and looking at the book ‘My Granny Went to Market in My Number. Today we will be focusing on number and what Granny bought on her trip around the world.
Activity 4- Forest School
Being outside is great for your well-being and lockdown can be a very anxious time for everybody so having time having free, child-led exploration can be a real positive for everybody. This session is designed to be done outside but I am also including an ‘at home’ edition for children without access to a garden or outdoor space or those that aren’t able to leave the house.
Today we are creating journey sticks to tell the story of our explorations.