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Week 1 12.04.21-16.04.21

In the story the caterpillar eats different food on different days. Do you know how many days there are in a week? Can you name them in the correct order? Learn some days of the week songs and then cut and stick the days of the week in the correct order.In the story the caterpillar eats different food on different days. Do you know how many days there are in a week? Can you name them in the correct order? Learn some days of the week songs and then cut and stick the days of the week in the correct order.

Days of the week

• How many apples can you see?
• How many pears do you see?
• How many plums can you see?
• How many strawberries do you see?
• How many fruits are there altogether?
• What do the numbers look like?
• Can you have a go at writing the numbers?
• What fruit is your favourite?
• How many people in your house like the same fruit?

Maths Counting Activities

Adult to make own flashcards using paper, card or post it notes. Creating one flashcard for each number 1-10. Afterwards lay them on the floor and call out a number for your child to find. Could start with the numerals 1-5 first then add the other numerals in once your child is confident at recognising numerals 1-5. Time how long it takes to find that number.

Afterwards you could make a second group of flashcards and turn them into a memory game. With them all upside down, turn two over and see if they match.

Maths Counting Activities

Adult to make own flashcards using paper, card or post it notes. Creating one flashcard for each number 1-10. Afterwards lay them on the floor and call out a number for your child to find. Could start with the numerals 1-5 first then add the other numerals in once your child is confident at recognising numerals 1-5. Time how long it takes to find that number.

Afterwards you could make a second group of flashcards and turn them into a memory game. With them all upside down, turn two over and see if they match.

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