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EYFS - 1st June 2020

Please note this is a guide of what children will be doing in school, there is no requirement for all of these tasks to be completed each day! Do what suits you and your child each day.

This week, we are asking all of the children to take part in a Time Capsule project.

Below, there is a suggested activity which children could complete as part of their time capsule but you could do something else!

• As well as the suggested activity, you could keep a short diary entry each day which you could add to your time capsule at the end of the week.

• Additional resources: here


Use paint to create hand prints of all the people you have been living with during lockdown.  
If you have a piece of string or ribbon, ask an adult to cut a piece which is the same height as you are. Remember to add the date to the string/ribbon.

Draw pictures of all of the people who have been working hard throughout lockdown to help us. Write a message to say thank you to them. 


Have you learnt any new skills while you have been in lockdown? Draw a picture, take a photograph or perhaps make something using your new skill to include in your time capsule!  

Create a fact file about yourself during lockdown. You could include your favourite:

• Toy
• Colour
• Animal
• Food
• Game
• Film
• TV show
• Book 
You could also write down the names of your best friends


Draw a picture to show the jobs the adults you live with have been doing during lockdown. Can you write a sentence and draw a picture to show what you would like to be when you grow up? 
Create a picture of a rainbow and write down on the back the things you have enjoyed during lockdown. 


Write down some of the things you have enjoyed about being in lockdown…and some of the things you haven’t enjoyed!
Create a jar of positive thoughts. You could do this with an empty jar at home which you can fill with drawings or photographs or you could draw an image of a jar and then draw pictures or write down things which make you feel happy. 


Create a drawing of a special place that you would like to visit in the future and the people you might meet there (this can be a real place or imaginary!)

Now it’s time to create your time capsule to add all of your things to! Find a box (a shoe box is ideal) and decorate the box to make it personal to you and your family.  Once you have added all of your time capsule pieces, put it somewhere safe so you can look back on it when you are grown up! 

Other websites which provide learning related to curriculum subjects:

National Academy
WhiteRose Maths
Phonics Play username: march20 password: home 
Oxford Owl