Speaking & Listening
Enjoy some of your favourite traditional tales. Find out about good and bad characters, follow recipes and join in with nursery rhymes.
Do you have a favourite Traditional Story? Read it with your family. Talk about the characters and where the story is set. Tell someone why you like this tale.
Paint or draw your favourite characters. Describe what they look like and what they do in the story,
Build a house for your favourite character.
Could you tell a grown up your own story about this character?
Sing lots of nursery rhymes.
Ask an adult to write the number 4, can you trace over it with your finger? Try writing the number on your own.
Lots of animals have 4 legs. Ask a grown up to her you find some animals photos on the internet or in some books, which animal is your favourite? How many legs does it have? Draw a picture of your favourite four legged animal. Can you nu,her it’s legs?
Butterflies have four wings - 2 on each side. Draw or paint a picture of a butterfly. Can you use 4 different colours to decorate the wings?
Squares and rectangles are shapes that have four sides. Can you draw a picture of a robot using 4 squares and 4 rectangles? You could draw squares for the head, body and eyes, and rectangles for the arms and legs.
Next week, it is Little Bear’s birthday! He will be 4 years old. Can you make him a birthday card or badge? Make sure you write the number 4 on your card or badge!
While you are on your daily exercise, look for the number 4.
Most clovers have 3 leaves, but some are extra special, lucky clovers have four leaves. Can you find a lucky four leafed clover?