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Please find below home learning resources:

 

Maths:

 

Please choose the tasks that are suitable for the ability of your child for Maths. They do not need to complete every task.

  1. Perfumes-capacity power point. Complete the interactive power point. 
  2. Capacity sorting. Can you sort the pictures into full, half-full and empty? 
  3. 2D circles and triangles. Pattern sequencing. Can you continue the patterns using the shapes? 

 

Art:

  1. Mixing colours power point. Go through the power point. You can even sing along with it to the tune provided! 

Make a potion bottle. 
You will need: 
A plastic bottle or container with lid, children's paint or food colouring, clear liquid glue or glycerine, water, small parts (such as sequins, buttons, or beads), strong glue or tape. 
Method:
*Fill the container 3/4 with water. 
*Add a spoonful of two primary colours such as red and blue, yellow and red or yellow and blue. *Add a tablespoon or two of clear glue or glycerine. This will help the small parts move around slowly. 
*Add your small parts. 
*Secure the lid with strong glue and/or tape. 
*As you tip the bottle, enjoy watching the small parts moving around. 
*Notice what has happened to the colours you added. What colour did you make with your two primary colours? 
*Other things you can add into your bottle to make it even more interesting: oil, liquid soap. Oil will stay separate from the water, creating interesting droplets and effects. The liquid soap will create bubbles as the bottle is moved around. 

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