The Primary 3 activity bag is packed with exciting items which allow you and your child to spend time playing, learning and having fun together. Take a look inside and you’ll find:
- There Is No Dragon In This Story by Lou Carter, illustrated by Deborah Allwright
- Children’s Picture Atlas by Collins, illustrated by Steve Evans
- A notebook and writing pencil
- Ocean Commotion & Money cards
- Story cubes
- A Read, Write, Count Parent Guide
There Is No Dragon In This Story
Reading with your child is a great way for both of you to enjoy some time together - and it’s never too early or late to start. In the bag you’ll find two books that have been specially chosen for you to enjoy together. There are lots of tips in your parent guides, but here are a few to get you started:
Tip #1: Feeling left out
Tip #2: How would you help the dragon?
Tip #3: Add a dragon
Tip #4: Hidden hero powers
Children love to get their pencils out and write or draw. Showing off what their imaginations can do can keep little ones busy. The good news is that it’s easy to combine writing with everyday activities, which helps the pair of you have fun together.
Tip #1: Near and far
Tip #2: From Morocco to Ethiopia
Tip #3: What pictures would you take in different countries?
Tip #4: Presenting a travel programme
Children love to get their pencils out and write or draw, showing off what their imaginations can do. And it’s easy to combine writing with everyday activities, keeping your child’s mind busy and having lots of fun together too.
Tip #1: Talk about the story cube pictures
Tip #2: Story titles
Tip #3: Create a story
Tip #4: Story line game
Ocean Commotion cards
There are lots of fun number games you can try in everyday activities with your child to spend some time together. The following ideas, tips and activities can add up to big smiles!