Yellow Class teaching staff have been busy finding and creating activities for you!
Click on the links below to explore and try some…
- Hello Message (06.07.20)
- Who will be your favourite Musician – click to find out
- Have fun with the matching pairs game
- Choose and Tell Colouring Book – 6 simple pictures to paint
- How to make Roast Potato Wedges
- How to make Salt Dough
- Hello Message (29.06.20)
- Click on the link to complete some maths worksheets on The Very Hungry Caterpillar
- Click on the link to see if you can catch all of the fish in this activity
- Click on the link to see if you can make a fantasy animal
- Click on the link for a Pancake Receipe
- Click on the link for instructions to make a 3 ingredient Sensory Bottle
- Hello Message (23.06.20)
- Problem Solving Activity – Early Mouse Movement
- Click on the link to use a simple on-screen Colouring Book
- Click on the link for a Jungle Adventure
- How to make a pressed Picnic Sandwich
- Monkey Puzzle Story
- Click on the link to make a Handprint Monkey
- Hello Message (15.6.20)
- Pedestrian Crossing – Help the children to cross the busy road safely
- Can you count the slimy Speckled Frogs
- Build a Sandcastle – can you decorate the sandcastle
- Let’s cook Blueberry Muffins
- Favourite Animal Rhymes to share together
- Big Bang Patterns – Selection of Early Learning Activities
- Jigfour – See if you can put all the pieces in the jigsaw
- How to make Bread and Butter Pudding
How to make playdough
You will need:
1 cup of cold water
1 cup of salt
2 teaspoons of vegetable oil
3 cups of flour
2 tablespoons of cornflour
How to make playdough
- Gather together all your ingredients.
- Put the dry ingredients in a bowl and then slowly add water. Mix until it forms a nice dough.
- It should now be nice and easy to pick up and mould – add more flour if it is too sticky and more water if it is too dry. Knead it well with your hands to get all the food colouring to blend in.
- Then the fun begins! You can store your playdough in an airtight container when you have finished playing.
You can add any coloured food colouring to your playdough but you can also add glitter to make it sparkly, a drop or two of essential oils to make it fragranced and you could also add lavender or grains of rice for texture. Have fun experimenting with different additions. Playdough also goes down a storm at school fairs. Make a large batch and package up portions into cellophane bags, tied with a pretty ribbon for a nice thing to sell on a stall.
- Space Blast activity
- 5 Brown Teddies story
- Click here for a recipe for Fruity Rock Cakes and get cooking at home!
- We love ‘cloud dough’ and it is great for sensory fine motor skills and play skill development…why not try making some together? Click here for a recipe.
- Hello song
- Another ‘hello’ song
- Fairy Tale Party Sharing and Reasoning activity
- Mini Pancakes with Blueberry Sauce
- Click below to watch and listen to one of our favourite stories – it’s all about cuddles!
- Good Morning Song
- Days of the Week Song…
- Let’s Get Cooking – Scrambled Eggs
- How to make Salt Dough Recipe
- Try a thinking and problem solving activity at HelpKidzLearn – use the password watergate3wg and the password specialse6 HelpKidzLearn – Jumping Jack HelpKidzLearn – Five Little Ducks
- Hello song
- Warm breakfast couscous recipe
- Walking Through the Jungle – sing-a-long
- Try a thinking and problem solving activity at HelpKidzLearn – use the password watergate3wg and the password specialse6 HelpKidzLearn