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Literacy -

Cotton bud spirals - fine motor skills to help with writing

Make your fingers extra funky with making dots on your spiral. Make it more exciting and look at designing your spiral with more complex patterns.

Talking Together

Carefully dot around your spiral using your

funky fingers. Can you experiment with different patterns around your spiral to make a designer snail? You can make him as inventive as you want!





Maths -


Adding snails on whales and rocks and…?

See if you can work on your addition skills and tell us a first, then, now story!


Look at different pictures in the book, "How many Snails do you have?" "what if we add one more?"

"What if we had 2 more?"

Try these ideas with the penguins and sharks pictures in the book. Try adding and taking away bigger numbers. Can you write out these sums in your home learning book?


Sensory/ fine motor/ playing skills:


1. Scissor skills.

Ask a grown up to draw you lines on a piece of paper, can you cut on the line?

If you are not ready for that can a grown up hold your hand and help you snip the paper?


2. Patterned Bead Snakes

Stringing beads on a pipe cleaner is a great way to work on fine motor skills. Add some fun by creating a snake. You can also use this as a way to teach colours and patterns.