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Week 1 (20-4-2020)

Did you know... The name dinosaur means 'frighteningly big lizard'

Did you know... The name dinosaur means 'frighteningly big lizard' 1

Can you make a dinosaur print picture? Use toy dinosaurs (or other toy animals, human finger prints work as well), dip them in paint and make the Dinosaur stomp all over a piece of paper. Which dinosaur has the biggest feet? Which one has the smallest feet?

Can you make a dinosaur print picture? Use toy dinosaurs (or other toy animals, human finger prints work as well), dip them in paint and make the Dinosaur stomp all over a piece of paper. Which dinosaur has the biggest feet? Which one has the smallest feet? 1

Maths

 

Comparing size- Use the dinosaur prints activity to talk about size, which Dinosaur has the biggest/ smallest footprints. Which member of your family is the tallest/smallest? Who has the biggest hands? Begin to use the size language when out and about to compare objects, see where the conversation takes you and let us know!

Look at the picture below, talk to your grown up about what you can see. Grown up, encourage your children to use full sentences, model to them a good sentence, for example "purple Dinosaur" becomes "I can see a big purple Dinosaur". Add more detail the more confident your child becomes "I can see a big purple Dinosaur with yellow pants".

Look at the picture below, talk to your grown up about what you can see. Grown up, encourage your children to use full sentences, model to them a good sentence, for example "purple Dinosaur" becomes "I can see a big purple Dinosaur". Add more detail the more confident your child becomes "I can see a big purple Dinosaur with yellow pants". 1
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