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Activity 1 :My Communication, Listening. 

Day 3 listening

  • Sing the hello song
  • Sing “wind the bobbin up”, ready to start
  • Show “The Queen’s Handbag” book as a reminder
  • Show my handbag
  • Today I have animals in it!
  • Can you name them and match them to your symbols?
  • I am going to touch one in my bag and they are going to make a noise, do you know which one it was? Point to your symbol to show mum/ dad you know.
  • Sing our good bye song

Symbols for

  1. Today’s session
  2. Good sitting
  3. Wind the bobbin up
  4. Large handbag
  5. Animals in hand bag, monkey, cat, dog, lion, sheep, cow

Video of

Today’s listening session


Activity 2 - My communication and literacy

  1.  Listen to the story ‘The Queen’s Handbag’ below and follow along with your story map!

For today’s activity you will be making a wanted poster for the BAD SWAN. He’s on the loose again and has stolen Liss’s handbag from Kingfisher class. In your resource pack you will find a letter from Liss asking for your help!

Get the wanted poster template from your resource pack and support your child drawing a picture of the Bad Swan from the story.

Make sure you add a reward and make it nice a colourful so it eye catching

Use your colour communication sheet to support your child choosing colours.

EXT – play a game of transport bingo!  This is a great way to support your child’s communication development.


Activity 3 - My creativity

 At school, we have a notice board that we would like to turn into a celebration of things to make us happy and to make people smile as they go by.  We would love it if you could make a painting, a collage, a photo montage of things that make you happy and send it to me via my email account so that we  can add it to the happy board. Below is the link for the story 'Where happiness begins'. We looked at this book at the start of the year.