If you have glue at home you could make some sheep using spare knitting wool or cotton wool balls
They may look something like this!
In week two of our topic Farms, we were going to look at animal houses. Here are some key words the children might need. You could look at photos of these words on the internet.
|chicken coop||hutch||cow shed|
Design a house
You and your child could design an animal house and make it out of a cardboard box. Talk about the features it might need, such as windows, doors, a food and water station. You could decorate the box with paper and glue or paint and felt tip pens. It might look like this:
You could also explore some of the different foods we get from farms, such as flour, vegetables, fruit and eggs by making something made out of these foods. Here are some recipes that will help.
Songs are always a great way to learn about any topic. Try singing a selection of these songs with your child and talk about them afterwards. Do they remember the names of the farm objects and animals? Do they remember the noises the animals make? What else can they tell you about the song?