Ullswater

9th July 2020

Download – Home Learning activities

Download – The Perfect Picnic Sensory Story (Powerpoint)

Picnic’s inside can be as much fun as picnic’s outside.  Enjoy the sensory experiences. 

Activity 1 – The Perfect Picnic sensory story

Activity 2 – Picnic Games

Activity 3 –  Art with Nature  

6th July 2020

I hope you have continued to enjoy the lovely weather we’ve been having. I’m hoping that the lovely weather continues for a few more weeks at least as it has inspired our new sensory story for the next few weeks – The Perfect Picnic.    There will be activities based on this, alongside other sensory, cooking and craft ones.

Download – Home Learning activities

Download – The Perfect Picnic resources and activities for each slide

Enjoy the sensory experiences.

Activity 1 The Perfect Picnic sensory story

Activity 2 – Picnic food

Activity 3 –  Soapy Slime

Activity 4 –  Song – My Bonnie

2nd July 2020

This week we are continuing to explore the circus theme.

Download Home Learning Activities

Download – The Big Top sensory story

I hope that you are enjoying the circus theme.

  1. After reading and re-reading The Big Top sensory story you can;
  2. Explore being a juggler
  3. Make and explore gloop
  4. Explore being clown, dressing up and being a clown (join in with circus songs)
  5. Make and explore moon sand

 

29th June 2020

I hope you have enjoyed the lovely weather we’ve been having. 

This weeks’ sensory story is all about the circus. We will be revisiting the same story for 2 weeks so keep reading and re-reading it with your child.  There will be activities based on this, alongside other sensory and craft ones. 

Download Home Learning Activities and Resources and Activities for the story

Enjoy the sensory experience. 

Activity 1 The Big Top sensory story 

Activity 2 – exploring different textures

Activity 3 – Making and using frozen paint

25th June 2020

Here are three activities for you to do;

Download Activities – Overview

  1. Here is a sensory story for you to enjoy this week – Ullswater Go To The Shop

Download document which show which resources to collect before starting and it also explain how to use them for each slide. Again if you haven’t got the exact resources, please improvise and use what you have.   As it’s a shop version, there is an extra slide (11) for you to add other things you might go to the shop for.   Enjoy each sensory activity.

  1. Busy Body’s – can you find different parts of your body? Enjoy exploring hands, arms, feet….
  2. Making music. Drumming is something that pupils in Ullswater have really enjoyed on Friday mornings.  Using the you tube resource, listen to the drumming music, then create your own…. Simply you could just use pans and wooden spoons to create noise.
14th May 2020

Download – Home Learning activities

Download – The Perfect Picnic Sensory Story (Powerpoint)

Picnic’s inside can be as much fun as picnic’s outside.  Enjoy the sensory experiences. 

Activity 1 – The Perfect Picnic sensory story

Activity 2 – Picnic Games

Activity 3 –  Art with Nature  

11th May 2020

I hope you have continued to enjoy the lovely weather we’ve been having. I’m hoping that the lovely weather continues for a few more weeks at least as it has inspired our new sensory story for the next few weeks – The Perfect Picnic.    There will be activities based on this, alongside other sensory, cooking and craft ones.

Download – Home Learning activities

Download – The Perfect Picnic resources and activities for each slide

Enjoy the sensory experiences.

Activity 1 The Perfect Picnic sensory story

Activity 2 – Picnic food

Activity 3 –  Soapy Slime

Activity 4 –  Song – My Bonnie

7th May 2020

This is the last week we are exploring the circus theme, but please feel free to revisit this any time after this week. 

  1. Read and re-read The Big Top sensory story
  2. The Big Top Finale activities
  3. Explore a sensory umbrella

 

4th May 2020

This week we are continuing to explore the circus theme.

Download Home Learning Activities

Download – The Big Top sensory story

  1. Read and re-read The Big Top sensory story
  2. Explore drumming, make and explore drums, and a video with Beth to join in with.
  3. Make and explore a sensory bag
  4. Use your senses outdoors

30th April 2020

This week we are continuing to explore the circus theme.

Download Home Learning Activities

Download – The Big Top sensory story

I hope that you are enjoying the circus theme.

  1. After reading and re-reading The Big Top sensory story you can;
  2. Explore being a juggler
  3. Make and explore gloop
  4. Explore being clown, dressing up and being a clown (join in with circus songs)
  5. Make and explore moon sand

 

27th April 2020

This week we are continuing to explore the circus theme.

Download Home Learning Activities

Download – The Big Top sensory story

After reading and re-reading The Big Top sensory story you can;

Explore and experiment with balloons.

Explore different smells

Art – Shaving foam marbling

Circus songs to join in with

Sensory and relaxation with Tac Pac 5

23rd April 2020

I hope you have enjoyed the lovely weather we’ve been having. 

This weeks’ sensory story is all about the circus. We will be revisiting the same story for 2 weeks so keep reading and re-reading it with your child.  There will be activities based on this, alongside other sensory and craft ones. 

Download Home Learning Activities and Resources and Activities for the story

Enjoy the sensory experience. 

Activity 1 The Big Top sensory story 

Activity 2 – exploring different textures

Activity 3 – Making and using frozen paint

Easter Activities

Happy Easter Ullswater!

Below are some Easter activities.

1. Easter card – using painting with balloons
2. Easter nest to make
3. Paste Eggs
4. Easter egg weaving

Have fun enjoying the sensory experiences.

2nd April 2020

Download Activities – Overview

Ullswater I hope that you have been enjoying the shopping sensory story.  It is really important to read and re-read sensory story’s, so that your child can gain a deeper understanding and begin to show signs of anticipation.  I hope that you continue enjoying the different sensory experiences. 

Activity 1- Relates to the sensory story – it is to spend more time on some slides to enjoy a deeper sensory experience. 

Activity 2 – Relates to the sensory story – creating a paper fan to use in the story

Activity 3 –  A relaxation session – included is a u tube link for relaxing music. 

 

 

30th March 2020

Here are three new activities for you to do;

Download Activities – Overview

  1. Here is a new sensory story for you to enjoy this week – Ullswater Go To The Shop

Download document which show which resources to collect before starting and it also explain how to use them for each slide. Again if you haven’t got the exact resources, please improvise and use what you have.   As it’s a shop version, there is an extra slide (11) for you to add other things you might go to the shop for.    Enjoy each sensory activity.

  1. Busy Body’s – can you find different parts of your body? Enjoy exploring hands, arms, feet….
  2. Making music. Drumming is something that pupils in Ullswater have really enjoyed on Friday mornings.  Using the you tube resource, listen to the drumming music, then create your own…. Simply you could just use pans and wooden spoons to create noise.
26th March 2020

We hope that you are enjoying the sensory poem – Seaside.  It is important to read and re-read the poem daily, or as often as you can, with your child.  The repetition helps your child to really begin to understand it and anticipate what is going to happen next.   

Attached are more activities to do together.  Enjoy the different sensory experiences. 

Activity 1 – finding items in your house that make a noise.

Activity 2 – do some cooking…. Make something tasty

Activity 3 – Physical development – moving and stretching.

Download the above activities

Contact Us

Please direct all enquiries to the school office team, the telephone will be answered by Tanya, Carly or Alison who will ensure the correct member of our school team responds to you. For any further information you can contact us using the details below or fill in the form on the right and we will get back to you.

Phone: 01524 645 43

Email: info@loyne.lancs.sch.uk