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Week 5 (18-05-2020)

Did you know...There were survivors of this extinction; species of turtle, lizard, snake, bird and crocodile can all be traced back to the Mesozoic era; they have evolved to survive on our planet today.

Did you know...There were survivors of this extinction; species of turtle, lizard, snake, bird and crocodile can all be traced back to the Mesozoic era; they have evolved to survive on our planet today. 1

Craft idea! Can you make your own Dinosaur Fossils? make some salt dough (See the recipe below) and use your toy dinosaurs to make an impression in the dough. You could pain them or bury them in sand and pretend to be a palaeontologist (They study dinosaur bones)

Craft idea! Can you make your own Dinosaur Fossils? make some salt dough (See the recipe below) and use your toy dinosaurs to make an impression in the dough. You could pain them or bury them in sand and pretend to be a palaeontologist (They study dinosaur bones) 1
Craft idea! Can you make your own Dinosaur Fossils? make some salt dough (See the recipe below) and use your toy dinosaurs to make an impression in the dough. You could pain them or bury them in sand and pretend to be a palaeontologist (They study dinosaur bones) 2
Craft idea! Can you make your own Dinosaur Fossils? make some salt dough (See the recipe below) and use your toy dinosaurs to make an impression in the dough. You could pain them or bury them in sand and pretend to be a palaeontologist (They study dinosaur bones) 3
Craft idea! Can you make your own Dinosaur Fossils? make some salt dough (See the recipe below) and use your toy dinosaurs to make an impression in the dough. You could pain them or bury them in sand and pretend to be a palaeontologist (They study dinosaur bones) 4

Maths

Practice number recognition and counting. Here a couple of ideas, there are lots more on Pintrest if  you need some. Give you child a number written on paper, see if they can recognise it then count out the correct amount of items (you can use cereals, toy or anything you can put you hands on quickly). Another favourite in our house is to label some buckets or containers with numbers, ask your child to throw balls, beanbags or balled up socks into the correct container when you call a number. You can also challenge your children to throw the correct amount of balls into the bucket e.g. 4 balls into the bucket labeled 4.

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What can you see? Look at the pictures and talk about what you can see using full sentences.

What can you see? Look at the pictures and talk about what you can see using full sentences. 1
What can you see? Look at the pictures and talk about what you can see using full sentences. 2
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