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Class 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 (7-14 years)

NEW SENSORY: Morning Routine activity to develop motor skills and body awareness

This week's 7-14 story!

This week's 7-14 story!

NEW SENSORY: Sound and music making in the home

NEW SENSORY: Sound and music making in the home 1

NEW: Sounds around the home.....

An early phonics activity for everyone! Have fun! Can you copy the sounds with your mouth?

Sensory PE and music: Keep moving with these ideas for songs and stretches.

Sensory PE and music: Keep moving with these ideas for songs and stretches. 1

SENSORY SPACE: One of our themes this term is Space. This is a great Sensory and PMLD unit from Northern Ireland for you to use.

SENSORY SPACE: One of our themes this term is Space. This is a great Sensory and PMLD unit from Northern Ireland for you to use. 1

Click below to download the pack

Maths: Sock shop!

Maths: Sock shop! 1

Sock shop sorting sheets! Use these to help you think about sorting categories

PE and Creativity...Don't throw out that 2017 plain flour yet...you can make play dough for mark making!

PE and Creativity...Don't throw out that 2017 plain flour yet...you can make play dough for mark making! 1

Good Morning Song

This song might be familiar to some of the younger children in 7-14! Use it to start your morning if you're in or a friend of Class 4.

Last week's story was: Supertato

Can you find all the characters in your kitchen?
Make a story page for a vegetable superhero in your house.

Class 3's sequel to Supertato......Pea Movie!

Can you tell or make your own story inspired by Supertato?
Can you add a page to the Supertato story?

Maths - uses these resources for finding 'numerals' in your house. (Downloads)

Maths - numerals (Slideshow)

RED Maths. Identifying small and big items, organising items in size order.

 

YELLOW Maths. Using different rooms in the house, locating where objects are (in, on, under).

 

GREEN Maths. Using dried food, such as pasta/ rice/ cereal in jars, comparing amounts and identifying which has more or less.

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Maths - Growing plants and measuring

History: Find your photos and use them to learn about time.

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