Lucy and Tom at the Seaside
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Sound discrimination: traffic sounds , horns honking , watery sounds , waves crashing , beach sounds , seagull screeching , digging sounds . This simple idea is always a loved one! Simply hide shells and other beach treasures in the sand for children to find and sort.
Weekly English Planning Genre and text: Swift Class - w/b: 19.04 Weekly English Planning Genre and text: Swift Class - w/b: 19.04
Our first activity would involve talking to the children about their holidays. Many of them will choose to visit the beach as their favourite place, but they will all have different memories and experiences. Tom and Pippo on the Beach– Tom has a lovely day at the beach but is upset at the end of the day when he realises he has lost his treasured monkey, Pippo.Cat invites the listeners to identify where they can hear the sounds? Cat then encourages the children to imagine that it is a beautiful day at the seaside and that they are applying suncream, digging in the sand, making sandcastles and eating ice-cream.
Lucy and Tom - Penguin Books UK
Next time you go to the beach can you build a sandcastle? Can you make some model flags for your sandcastle?This week at school we are revising writing numbers. Can you have a go at writing some numbers. You could write them on a tray of sand or salt, with chalks or on paper. You could try some of the activities in this seaside maths activity book. She also collaborated with her daughter, Clara Vulliamy, on the Dixie O'Day series; which saw Shirley with an illustrator for the first time with Shirley writing the text and Clara creating the illustrations. Areas of learning: Mathematics | Personal, social and emotional development | Literacy | Understanding the world | Expressive arts and design
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Areas of learning: Communication & language | Personal, social and emotional development | Literacy | Understanding the world Help the children to clap with a steady beat. Once they are familiar with the song they could try the traditional game (it works best if adults are Arch and Leader).Younger (and older) children can enjoy making sandhills to jump off or digging holes in the sand – who can dig the deepest? Fill shallow holes with water to create paddling pools. Make sure any deep holes are filled in before you leave so no one falls in! Can you learn about sinking and floating? You could test different objects while in the bath to test if they sink or float.