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Miss Quibell

Miss Quibell’s Class

Working from Home

Monday 6th April - Friday 17th April

My Communication

  • Mark make with different things on Easter Egg outlines.
  • Read some books together about Easter and spring, encourage children to identify what is in the pictures.
  • http://www.bagbooks.org/bookshop/diy  - Bag books are giving away some ideas on making your own DIY sensory stories. There are some more sensory stories from Pete Wells at: https://equals.co.uk/whiteboard-room-pmld-sensory-stories/
  • If pupils have PECs books or symbols at home encourage them to use them to request things at relevant times of the day.
  • https://singinghands.co.uk/  - enjoy some of Singing Hands, signed stories.
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOYLwqzyyYE  - outlines what singing hands are doing during the time everyone is at home, they are doing something everyday and some of it will be free to access on You Tube.
  • Learn some more signs and have a family “singalong” using “singing hands” songs off of You Tube.

My Computing

  • Practice pressing buttons on toys and seeing what they do, or playing with “noisy toys”.
  • If you have a tablet at home take pictures of each other, Facetime / skype a member of the family.
  • https://www.ianbean.co.uk/senict-members-resource-portal/  - Lots of simple cause and effect games which can be accessed on a computer.   You will need to register though to access the site.
  • Games on Apps such as Cbeebies.
  • www.helpkidzlearn.co.uk  – if you register a small number of games are free to explore.

My Thinking

  • 1:1 correspondence: putting one of each item into each bowl / hole in a bun tray or one ball in each bucket.
  • Matching socks / coloured bricks together.
  • Can you make the TV or radio work all on your own?
  • Can you explore different materials, which ones are soft and which ones are hard?   Which ones do you like the best?

My Creativity (food tech)

  • Make some Easter biscuits, recipe below.

My Creativity (Art)

My Creativity (Music)

My World

My Physical Development

  • Do some of the PE challenges on the PE part of the home learning on the website.
  • Complete Physio programmes, if applicable.
  • Move around the room / garden in different ways e.g.  rolling, jumping.
  • Throw / push a ball or other item towards a target.
  • Push balloons through the air.

My Self

  • Complete activities which show concentration and interacting with others, playing with toys and sharing that attention with siblings / adults.
  • Practice putting own toys away.
  • Practice using PECs books or symbols asking for food / different toys.
  • Practice washing hands as independently as possible.
  • Some pupils might want to practice taking pieces of clothing on and off.

 

Email some pictures to Miss Quibell of what you have done!

 

 

Monday 23rd March - Friday 3rd April

 

My Communication

  • Read stories together, where possible practice turning pages and talk about what can be seen the pictures.
  • Mark make with hands or fingers in a tray of cornflower, jelly, flour, beans, sand, kinetic sand or anything really.
  • Some pupils could do some of the “over-writing” sheets on Twinkl. Trace the first letter of their name.
  • http://www.bagbooks.org/bookshop/diy  - Bag books are giving away some ideas on making your own DIY sensory stories. There are some more sensory stories from Pete Wells at: https://equals.co.uk/whiteboard-room-pmld-sensory-stories/
  • If pupils have PECs books or symbols at home encourage them to use them to request things.
  • Learn some more signs and have a family “singalong” using “singing hands” songs off of You Tube.

My Computing

My Thinking

  • Sorting colours  - selection of coloured items to sort.
  • Matching pictures together – using “snap” cards or the like.
  • Using shape sorters, posting boxes and building towers out of bricks / dulpo.
  • Practice playing with toys appropriately and using them how they were intended to be used.
  • Explore the plants and animals which can be found in a garden, if you can. May be look at some of the pictures on Twinkl of things which can be found in the garden.

My Creativity (food technology)

My Creativity (Art)

  • For ideas (depending on what you have at home) go to www.pinterest.co.uk and search “sensory art”.

My World

  • Decorate Easter egg, do an Easter egg hunt around the house / garden.

My Physical Development

  • Complete Physio programmes, if applicable.
  • Move around the room / garden in different ways e.g.  rolling, jumping.
  • Throw / push a ball or other item towards a target.
  • Push balloons through the air.

My Self

  • Complete activities which show concentration and interacting with others, playing with toys and sharing that attention with siblings / adults.
  • Practice washing hands as independently as possible.
  • Some pupils might want to practice taking pieces of clothing on and off.

EHCP Targets

  • Please work on your child’s EHCP targets, which you should have, possible activities are listed underneath the main target.
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