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# Week commencing 1st June

 Activity 1 Write number sequences (between 1 and 20) on lolly pop sticks or pieces of paper and remember to leave some blanks in between. Next, you write the missing numbers on a bunch of clothes pegs and give them out to your child to put the right number peg in the correct blank spot. These resources will be ready to be used as many times as you like.

 Activity 2 Use a large piece of paper for your child to draw the outline of their hands like Christopher has done below. Then, ask them to count the number of fingers and to write the numbers. You can extend this activity by adding feet (for numbers to go up to 20) and painting the nails like they did last week. Christopher only has 8 fingers!

 Activity 3 For today’s challenge, you will need five cups (preferably plastic; Christopher only has glass in his kitchen) that are the same and a jug or bottle of water (preferably plastic) for your child to pour.

For this activity, encourage your child to use vocabulary to describe how much a container holds, such as half full, empty, full, nearly full, nearly empty.

Ask them questions to get them thinking:

Can you make one cup empty?

Can you find the full cup?

Which cup has the most in it?

Can you make one cup nearly full?

Can you make one cup nearly empty?

Can you order all the cups from empty to full?

Can you order the cups from full to empty?

Can you find the cup that is half full?

What would happen if we had two cups that were full and pored them into the same cup?