Activity 1 – My Independence: Life skills
Good morning! Today we are going to be thinking about what we will be wearing today. Look outside at the weather (or maybe your weather chart) and think about the best clothes for today.
Activity 1- Now you know what the weather is like perhaps you can choose your clothes with help.
Ask your grown up to help you put your clothes on.
Activity 2- Sing our special getting dressed song!
Activity 3- Can you choose clothes for your grown up or teddy and then help them get dressed?
Activity 4- Twinkl activity sheet. Dressing for the seasons activity. Can you cut out the clothes for your teddy and put them in the right place?
Don’t forget to ask for help when you need it!
Activity 2 – My Thinking and problem solving – Shape
Semi-formal – Today we are going to sort shapes. In your pack, you will find shape labels, cut them out ready for your child. Get your child to trace around the letters, and then place them on the floor with some space in between them. Now challenge your child to find items around the house that could go under each shape. Remember to take photos!
Activity 3 - My Creativity and play-Messy play or fine motor skills.
In these sessions, we will give you two options, in case you do not have certain materials at home. Pick an activity and enjoy!
Option 1-Shaving foam-wet messy play.
Suggested materials needed;
Shaving foam (the cheap supermarket own ones are perfect),
Any of the following to make marks in the foam;
Activity-Squirt some foam onto a plastic surface (PVC table cloth, tray or plastic chopping board). Have fun exploring it with your hands. Squeeze hands, splat them and clap them together (be prepared for a snow storm of foam). Enjoy getting messy. Use your fingers or any of the tools to make marks on the table in the foam. Can you make circles or lines going across, up or down, zigzags or wavy lines?
Extension-Can you draw a face in foam? Can you write or copy the first letter in your name? Can you write your name?
Option 2-Dry messy play.
Suggested materials needed;
One dry material that is safe if eaten-such as flour, cornflour, dry angel delight/whipped dessert powder, dry hot chocolate powder, custard powder, dried milk powder.
Any of the following to make marks;
Activity-Sprinkle the powder into a table or into a tray. Put your fingers into it, how does it smell, feel, taste? Enjoy getting messy. Use your fingers or any of the tools to make marks in the powder. Can you make circles or lines going across, up or down, zigzags or wavy lines?
Extension-Can you draw a face in the powder? Can you write or copy the first letter in your name? Can you write your name?
Well we do hope you have enjoyed the work planned for you.
Have a lovely weekend and see you soon,
Cate & Lucy