Watching the weather
I can watch the weather carefully.
I can describe the weather in summer.
I can collect data about the weather, temperature, rainfall, wind direction and daylight hours.
I can record the data I have collected.
Ask your child to name the seasons of the year and the season we are currently in. Discuss with the children what the weather is usually like at this time of year.
Create a weather report for each day of this week. Record the temperature each day, the amount of rain, the wind direction and use symbols to indicate the type of weather for that day. Record also how many daylight hours there are. Look back at one of the weather reports your child did earlier in the year and use the information to talk about how the weather has changed now we are in the season of summer.
Record in your 2Dos.
Who am I?
Why am I special?
Encourage the children to think about their ‘special’ qualities. Things that they do or say that make them unique and different to anyone else in the family. Ask them to draw a picture of their face and write their ‘special’ qualities all around their face. Or complete the sheet in your 2Dos.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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