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Cosmic Kids Yoga | Popcorn the Dolphin 🐬

 

 

 

Before children can feel success writing letters and numbers, they must first master the skill of forming vertical, horizontal, diagonal and curved lines.

 

Set the online timer for five minutes. 

 

Click on the image to access the timer

 

Use the pencil control worksheet for this activity. Encourage your child to trace the lines carefully. They can work on one or two pages each day. 

 

If you don’t have this week’s home learning pack, you can download the worksheet below.

If your child is still learning how to hold a pen/pencil properly, here are some useful tips to help them achieve this goal.

 

 

 

Activity: Compound Words Matching 

You will need: compound words matching worksheet, glue 

 

First, cut the compound word pictures (see last page of the worksheet). Ask your child to find the pair of words that make up each compound word. Glue the compound word picture on the box next to the corresponding pair of words.

 

If you need to review what compound words are, visit BBC Bitesize for more information.

 

Click on the image to access BBC Bitesize

 

If you don’t have this week’s home learning pack you can download the worksheet below.

 

 

 

The Number 10

Watch the Numberblocks episode “Ten” for a quick introduction to number 10.

 

Click on the image to watch the episode

 

Activity: Numberblocks Ordering to 10

You will need to cut out the Numberblocks characters (use Numberblocks 1 to 10 worksheet). Line them up in random order. Ask your child to arrange the Numberblocks characters from 1 to 10 and stick them on a separate piece of paper. (*Some children may need help remembering the numbers in order.)

 

If you don’t have this week’s home learning pack, you can download the worksheet below.

Rote Counting to 20

Encourage your child to join in the counting song to practise counting to 20.

 

 

 

Activity: Marshmallow Building

You will need: marshmallows and toothpicks

 

Grab some flat toothpicks and have your child use marshmallows and toothpicks to build. Leave it open-ended and let them create anything they’d like or add some focus by building letters, numbers, or shapes.

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