Go on a nature walk. How many different animals or insects can you see?
Write a shopping list for your parents.
Have a go at putting the straws through the hole. This will help your fine motor skills.
Read a book with a family member.
Thread the pasta through some string and make a necklace.
Make your own Jigsaw Puzzle
A great activity to enjoy with the whole family. Use boxes that you have around your home to create your own Jigsaw Puzzle. Jigsaws can help to develop problem solving skills, logical thinking as well as concentration.
Nursery rhymes Some wonderful rhymes to sing at home to prepare your child for school
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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