Easter holiday activities 2021
Here are some suggested Maths and Literacy websites you can try at home over the holidays.
Here are some other suggested ideas...
Make an assault course in the garden – you can find Easter eggs along the way.
Practise throwing and catching a large ball.
Practise riding your bike or scooter.
Can you make a yellow fluffy chick using paints and a fork?
Enjoy baking some chocolate Easter nests. Talk about how the chocolate changes when it melts. Can you put 3 mini eggs on the top?
Read at least one story every day. Talk about what is happening on the pictures. Who the characters are and the events that happened.
Talk Matters in Hartlepool
Click on the link to take you to some really useful information about language and communication development for young children. The booklets contain some useful tips and ideas for parents and carers about how to support your child with their language development. There are lots of great ideas that be used at home.
Welcome to the Caterpillar webpage it has been lovely to welcome back our children this September and we are looking forward to getting to know our new starter children.
Our topic this term is 'This is me'. Throughout this term we will be learning all about ourselves this will include :
- Our likes and dislikes
- Our families
- Things that make us feel happy and sad.
- Playing alongside each other and making friends.
In the event that your child should have to self-isolate, please use these following ideas and links to get you started with home learning.
Read stories and look at books together. There are some lovely stories on:
There are a range of interactive games on the Cbeebies website:
After day one, following activities will be posted on your child’s portfolio on Class Dojo.
Thank you for your continued support.
Mrs Lumley, Mrs Hill, Mrs White
W/b: 04/01/21 Activities for children self-isolating
This week our focus for our learning is based on the traditional story, Goldilocks and the Three Bear.
You can listen to the story using this link, Goldilocks and the Three Bears by Oxbridge Baby - YouTube
We are learning the nursery rhyme 'When Goldilocks went to the house of the bears' this will support counting to three also. Please use this link, When Goldilocks went to the house of the bears - BBC Teach
Other activities you can complete:
Also, keep active whilst indoors completing action songs such as, 'One Little Finger'