Today's literacy work will be as a "2Do" job on purplemash again. Log onto the site at: https://www.purplemash.com/stjamescf83, put in your username and password and click on the "2Do" section. If you post the work I can look at what you have done and write back to you! Can't wait to see what you do! Hope you have fun!
You may be asked to do:
- use your sequencing from yesterday to create a storyboard with writing ( remember to get a spider and weather picture click on the green plus and search in weather and minibeasts)
- use your sequencing from yesterday to create a storyboard (as above). Once you have inserted the pictures can you mark make 1 word under each picture?
- drag pictures to make a scene
Where is the fly?
Through the story the spider is busy but she gets lots of visitors. Have a look for the fly and see if you can use some precise positional language.
What moves can you make with your body. Get a grown-up to photograph you as you move under things over, in and even through!
Remember next to, behind and in front of.
Sensory / fine motor skills:
1. Torn paper collage. To do this activity have your child tear different colored paper (construction paper or tissue paper) into small pieces and then help him or her glue the paper onto a piece of cardboard or another piece of paper to make a picture. This activity works on fine motor strength and precision and exposes the child to gluing and the stickiness that comes with using glue or a glue stick.
2. Play hide and seek in a ball of play dough. Take a ball of play dough and hide coins, beads, or small toys into the play dough for the child to find. The child has to push, pull, tear, roll, and manipulate the dough until all pieces are found. Then have the child hide all of the pieces for you to find. These activities help to address overall tactile sensitivity as the child has to touch and interact with the dough, but also addresses fine motor strength and coordination.