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Fine motor


Choose one or two of the fine motor activities below.


Create a collage. Cut out pictures from a catalogue/magazine/newspaper and stick them all together.


Threading - use string/pipe cleaners and beads/pasta/cut up straws. You could make a pattern using different colours (you could paint the pasta different colours and let is dry before threading it).


Pouring – with your grown-up, collect different sized containers and a jug. Fill the jug with water (and a little food colouring if you have it); can you pour a little bit of water into each container? Try not to spill any. You could add different coloured food colouring into the containers and see what happens when the colours mix.

Personal, social, emotional development


Start a worry box with your grown-up.

You can decorate it however you like. When you have a worry you can draw it or write it on some paper and put it in the box – you might need to ask your grown-up for some help. At the end of the week, pull all your worries out of the box and talk to your grown-up about them.

Understanding the world


Can you sort these foods into healthy and unhealthy?

You could even sort some of the food in your cupboard or fridge into healthy and unhealthy!


What is your favourite healthy food?


What is your favourite unhealthy food?

Expressive Arts and Design


Listen to the song below. 

Can you create your own food using 2 other foods? You could do a drawing or a painting or maybe you could make your creation using real food?

Here is my creation:

I’d love to see yours.



This week I would like you to share a story over several days. Choose a longer story such as Winne the Pooh by A.A Milne or a story by Roald Dahl. Sharing a little bit each day and talking about what happened in the story the previous day will help memory and attention.


Audible for kids has audiobooks which children can listen to for free:

Dance break of the day

Sing-a-long song of the day

Today's sing-a-long song is linked to letters and sounds.