Activities for Week Beginning 15/6/20
Our story for this week is
Listen to the story of Itchy Bear using the video attached. What makes you itchy? What other animals were in the story and where did they live? How did Itchy Bear scratch his back? How did the apples taste?
- Draw your own Itchy Bear and label the parts of his body. Write a sentence to describe him.
- Use the Itchy Bear activity booklet attached below to:
Make puppets and use them to sequence or retell the story (animal templates included in Itchy Bear booklet)
Sing the Itchy Bear songs - Chin and Tummy, If You’re Itchy and You Know It, Itchy Bear Had an Itch
Get some ideas for snack time
- Find places round your house or garden where you can have a good scratch!
- Try some apple printing
Neil Griffiths is the author of this book. He has written lots of children’s stories. You might like to read Sneezy Bear or some other bear stories.
Revision of sounds
Revise all sounds covered this year. Set aside any sounds your child finds tricky and continue to revise these ones during the week. Call out a sound and ask your child to write it and swap over so your child is calling out the sound.
Keep practising word building using your sound cards and word grid.
Have a go at this word building activity:
New word for this week is
Make sure your child can say the word.
Practise writing it.
Have a go at putting the word into a sentence.
Play a game of stepping stones - Spread a number of word cards out on the floor. Ask your child to jump from one to another as if they are stepping stones. As they jump they have to say the word they are going to jump to next. Make sure they say the word before they jump!
Use the word cards
I Mum Dad Kipper Biff Chip Floppy big little is am
Make a sentence eg Dad is big/ Kipper is little and encourage your child to read it to you. Ask them to point to each word as they say it.
* Say a sentence eg Mum is big and encourage your child to make it using their word cards. Get them to read it back to check if they are right.
* If you need to make this activity harder, ask your child to make their own sentence from these words. Get them to read it back to check it makes sense.