Reading, PSED & C&L
Read the Colour Monster story presentation again — there is a little challenge at the end of the story for you.
Remember which feelings each colour represents and draw a face to show each feeling—emoji type images.
Then find an object with the same colour to match the emotion.
Ensure your child know which emotion is which: happy, sad, frightened, calm, angry, loved.
Or call out an emotion and your child finds the right face or colour.
PD & EAD
Use the monster template and follow the instruction sheet to create a mixed up monster.
Then ask your child the following questions from the sheet and choose the correct picture.
Play Balloon Keepy Uppy
What’s needed: Balloons!
Balloon Keepy Uppy can be played in groups or with just the one child. See how the balloon can stay off of the floor by tapping it up into the air, you can use any part of the body, arms, legs, head… Just don’t let it drop and touch the floor!
You can also give a point for each tap and if the balloon touches the floor it goes back to zero. Encourage them to try and make milestone numbers to reach starting low and getting higher and higher.