- if your child can write this sentence easily add in some describing words e.g. The yummy sandwich...
- Can they write another sentence about the sandwich?
Click on the link below to play an interactive Toy Shop game.
If you click on the menu you can set the money and amounts to challenge your child.
Read these sentences.
Are they true? Write yes or no.
Woody is Andy’s favourite toy. ____________
Woody has a hat and a badge. _____________
Andy does not have lots of toys. __________
Andy has a birthday party. _____________
Woody does not like Buzz Lightyear. ________
Buzz Lightyear cannot fly. _________
The toys do not like Buzz Lightyear. _____________
After a long time they are good friends. ____________
Challenge - Can you write your own Yes/No statement?
I can sing songs, make music and dance and experiment with ways of changing them.
Getting on a train (Part 1)
Toot-Toot! All aboard the Great Indian Railway Journey. This week we will learn a new rhyme about trains and a fun counting-out game that children in India like to play.
Getting on a train (Part 2)
The Great Indian railway Adventure continues into the night. This week we will continue working on rhythm and beat through the rhymes we learned last lesson and we will also sing a Tamil Lullaby from Sri Lanka.
I am learning that a good friend encourages others.
Woody was not very kind to Buzz when they first met and he tried to make him feel bad.
Can you remember a time when you encouraged someone by saying something nice to make them feel better?
Draw a picture.