Read fairy tales and watch Walt Disney films e.g. Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Aladdin, The Princess and the Frog, The Lion King, Pocahontas, The Little Mermaid and Cinderella.
Act out these stories, choose your favourite, have a go at remembering and writing the story. You might like to draw pictures and an adult could help you to re-tell the story.
Read the Cinderella Comprehension. Choose which star best suits your child's reading ability.
Write your own castle adventure story. Think about your characters, the setting, a beginning, middle and end. What exciting thing happens in your story? Do they all live happily ever after or will there be a part 2?
White Rose Home Learning - 2D and 3D shapes
Go on a shape hunt around your house and outside. Can you name the 2D and 3D shapes? Can you describe them?
2D shapes - learn the names and be able to describe them
e.g. A circle is a flat, 2D shape, it has 1 curved side and no corners.
A square have 4 straight sides which are equal and 4 corners.
3D shapes - Learn the names of the shapes and be able to describe them.
e.g. a cube has 6 square faces, 12 edges and 8 vertices.
a sphere has 1 curved face, no edges and no vertices.
BBC Bitesize - position, direction and movement
Create a blind fold and direct each other to different locations (please do this safely and with an adult present) Use language forwards, backwards, turn right, turn left, clockwise and anti-clockwise. You might also like to direct princesses, knights and dragons around the castle.
Transform a giant cardboard box into a castle, make figures/little people and act out stories of fierce dragons, brave knights and beautiful princesses.
Create your own 2D or 3D shape models or pictures. Think creatively and use what you have e.g. lollipop sticks, playdough and straws, paper and card.
Create your own fairy garden outside.
To draw a floor plan of a castle and then direct characters from one room to another using directional language.
Here's an idea of a floor plan - rooms; main hall, knights quarters, kitchen, armory, servants quarters, the keep, the dungeons, garden and the court yard.
Research your family's coat of arms
Can you create your own coat of arms?