Watch the video below to find out about different modes of transport.
After watching the video carefully, encourage your child to have a go at sorting the vehicles on the following sheets. On the first sheet your child should sort the transport that has wheels from the ones that have no wheels. On the second sheet your child should cut out and place the modes of transport accordingly on the picture by sorting them into land, sea or air.
Have a look at the transport poster below. Can your child find all the vehicles as instructed on the second poster?
Challenge: Answer the questions and talk to your family members about the different vehicles you’ve spotted.
Father’s Day is FAST approaching and it’s time to start thinking about some creative gift ideas for the special person in your life.
Here is a super easy “You Are My Superhero” Father’s Day gift idea.
Waterproof means not letting water through an object or material. We can also use the term ‘non- absorbent’.
Please watch the video below which explains what waterproof means and some examples of waterproof materials.
Encourage your child to sort out the items on the worksheet below into two categories: waterproof and not waterproof. Why do you think these materials are waterproof/ not waterproof?
Baby Bear’s Waterproof Box
To develop your child’s understanding of this concept, below you will find another video about waterproof materials.
Encourage your child to make a waterproof box to keep Baby Bear dry by covering it with waterproof materials. Revisit the waterproof sorting activity from yesterday with your child to remind them of the materials that are waterproof. Think about the ways you could test your box to make sure it is waterproof. Good luck!