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Friday 03.07.2020



Look or listen to the story again.

Display the colours: yellow,, blue, red, green, black and pink.

These can be coloured pens, circles or objects of that colour and the emoji faces from yesterday.


Read a description of the emotion from the book and ask your child to find the matching colour and face. Ask your child to show you the corresponding expression –e.g. show me a happy face/an angry face…


Emotion Description

How Many Fingers? | Kids Songs | Super Simple Songs

Touch your fingers and toes as you count!

 Maths & PD


You will need:

a large bowl with a thin rim

clothes pegs


The challenge is to pinch the pegs onto the side of the bowl.

Give the children a challenge : Can you get two pegs, can you clip 1 peg, etc

When you have finished count around the bowl taking the pegs off.



I can sing a rainbow | Early Years - Nursery Rhymes

Learn the rainbow song...

We are going to create a delicious rainbow treat for our colour monster.


You will need:

Plain biscuit (rich tea or similar)

Icing sugar and food colouring (you choose)


Assorted sweets



What to do:

Think how your monster is feeling. Choose your food colouring.

In a small bowl, mix 1/4 cup of icing with 3-4 drops of food colouring.

Spread the icing  on top of your biscuit using a spoon .

Using the marshmallows give your monster eyes.

Finally give your monster a face using the different sweets.


Eat and enjoy!


PD - Cotton Ball Crawl


What’s neededCotton balls & a spoon

How to play: 

This is tons of fun and involves moving a pile of cotton balls from one room to another using a spoon. The cotton balls will easily fly off if they aren’t balanced just right. See how many balls they can get from one place to the next under a certain amount of time.

Group Activity: Encourage a race or just allow each child to do their own thing and see how many cotton balls they can move from one side of the room to the other.