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Literacy and Communication Autumn 1 2019

Lime class have been working hard on developing their literacy and communication skills this term. All of the children have individualised communication targets that are integrated into all learning activities throughout the day. This may include choosing their own photograph during our hello routine, forming a PECS sentence to ask for something at snack or using their voice to ask for more during a play activity. 

We also enjoy a weekly fine motor activity that is designed to encourage different movements and actions using our hands and fingers. We have enjoyed using playdough to make Mr Potato head people and to stick wheat stalks into. We have made shaker musical instruments using small pieces of corn and we have explore picking up and transferring corn and lentils and rice. We also made a pumpkin picture during Halloween week using dried pumpkin seeds. We also do a weekly mark making activity that is designed to encourage independent mark making. We have used wheat stalks to paint, edible paint using fruits, a carrot dipped in paint and we made a ;pumpkin squeezy bag using paint and a ziplock bag. 

Lime Class have enjoyed their literacy and communication activities during health and well being week. There has been a focus on self care which involved the children using their fine motor skills to squeeze tubes of toothpaste and make marks using a toothbrush. The children also enjoyed sensory play with citrus fruits and then making marks with the fruit by dipping them in paint. 

Literacy and Communication Photographs September 2019


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