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6.7.20

Welcome to the ARK home learning page

 

English

This week you might like to continue to read our book about managing feelings and emotions, 'Little Monkey Calms Down' by Michael Dahl.  We have read this book in school, so your child may remember it and be familiar with the story.  It is important for our children to be able to recognise and name the emotions they are feeling and this book introduces them to the concept in a fun way.  

Below I have uploaded some activities linked to the theme of emotions.  The bingo boards can be used as a classic game of bingo or lotto or as flashcards for your child to identify.  The daily check in can be used to prompt your child to identify and name their feelings at any point during the day or perhaps just at the end of the day to sum up how their day has been.  

 

 

 

Maths 

For math this week I would like the children to focus on consolidating their knowledge of numbers up to 20.  Please use the resources from previous weeks, and any objects from around your home that you can use,  to practice counting and number recognition.  Below there are three new resources to support your child with their number formation to 20 and ordering to 10.  If you need any of the previous resources printed please just let me know via email or phone and I will arrange them for you.   

                                                                                                                                        

 I hope you are all keeping well during these difficult times, we miss all the children but hope they are enjoying their time at home and cannot wait to see them again when it is safe to do so.

If you would like to contact a member of the SEND team at anytime please email: sencos@grafton.bardaglea.org.uk

Lorraine Brace (ARP teacher)

 

Article 24: Every child has the right to the best possible health. This includes clean water, nutritious food, a clean environment and health care.

Article 29: Every child’s education must develop their talents and abilities. It must encourage respect for rights, parents, cultures and the environment.