“For the Lord gives wisdom; from his mouth comes knowledge and understanding.”
Try to find a few minutes every day this week to sit quietly and focus on what we can do each day to help someone. Think about the doctors, nurses and carers who are finding new ways to make people better and the scientists helping to make new medicines.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hSnzYnOe6kI
Learning Objective: Uses vocabulary and forms of speech that are increasingly
influenced by their experiences of books.
Listen to the story of The King of Tiny Things being read on the following link:-
Build your own tent (inside or outside) and lie down inside it and listen quietly to the sounds all around you. What can you hear? How does it feel inside your tent?
Write a few sentences or even a story about visiting a relative and sleeping in a tent. Describe what it feels like and what you can hear.
Learning Objective: They solve problems, including doubling, halving and sharing.
Get two toys e.g. bears and share out some objects between them. You could set up a tea party. Count out a group for one bear and then double the amount by counting out the same number for the other bear.
Can you halve the amount that each bear has?
Perhaps you could record your calculations by drawing the bears and the objects?
Understanding the World
Learning Objective: Uses technologies to enhance, change or recreate within a learning experience.
Find a drawing programme or game or take a photo and edit it. Maybe it could involve a minibeast? Have a look at the following link.
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