OK SO I’M GOING TO GIVE YOU A NUMBER OF TASKS YOU CAN COMPLETE OVER THE COURSE OF THE WEEK. YOU CAN PICK AND CHOOSE AS YOU PLEASE. OR YOU CAN DO THEM ALL! ?
Task 1: English. – opposites
Listen to the following song through once. then listen to it again getting an adult to pause it and you have to guess the answer. How many can you get right? Can you think of 3 more opposites that you could add to the list?
you don’t need to print you can do this activity from the screen.
Task 2: Maths- telling the time
In the following game you can pick and choose the different levels to suit your child.
Art: Make a home-made clock activity
Here are some ideas…
Music: Tell the time-
Listen to the following song. As you do ask the student to make the time on their home-made clocks with the correct hands on the correct numbers.
Science: Lava lamp
As you get older you are able to do more things. Things that you couldn’t do when you were a baby or a toddler. Can you think of any of those things. The following video should give you some inspiration. Can you name 5 things that you can do now that you couldn’t do when you were much younger? Perhaps you could make a timeline. I will include some examples. I will also attach a template if you would like to print one out.
If you are into technology there is a timeline you can create online using the following link. You will need adult assistance with this. http://www.readwritethink.org/parent-afterschool-resources/games-tools/timeline-a-30246.html
Construction Challenge: Here is an interesting construction challenge using recycled kitchen roll/toilet roll holders. Oh and they are not real eggs that are being used-that would NOT be a good idea, might be a funny one though.
Religion: Here is a lovely question and answer sheet about praying. You should ask your children the questions and see what their response is. After you have received their answer you can read out the response from the sheet.