Plan a picnic menu E. Discuss the type of bag that might be the most suitable for carrying the different shopping items home. Use this video to get some ideas for your work: Write out the key words with the child, the child saying the key words, the support worker writing them out.
Maths Find out the weight of different items in your lunch. Could you add this to a lighthouse model? Science Plan a healthy lunch for the lighthouse keeper.
Discuss eye contact, body posture and facial expressions whilst talking to the shopkeeper. Children to send the basket up and down the rope, taking it in turns to have a go. Guess which item may be the heaviest, on return from shopping, feel the items and weigh them to find out which is the heaviest.
Discuss what would make up a healthy picnic for Mr Grinling. Can you think of any synonyms? Use paper boats, wooden boats, motorised toy boat etc. Play at sending the sandwiches in a basket to Mr Grinling via the rope that goes between the lighthouse and the rocks.
History Find out about the history of lighthouses. Role play the different characters in the story Mr and Mrs Grinling, Hamish the cat, the seagulls. What does this mean? Use the slide in the playground and tie a rope between the slide and a bollard.
Child to give money to shopkeeper and receive change Discuss with the child beforehand, what they might say to the shopkeeper, how they will ask for what they want.
Use electrical circuits to power a light. Can you sing some of these yourself? The bulb in the lighthouse is a source of light. Encourage child to feel initial letter sounds or to read words, depending on their level of literacy. Why were they built?
Work out how many children can have a sandwich if each one is cut into 2, 4 etc. Could you make your own similar stop-motion animation?the lighthouse keepers rescue activity booklet See more. from TES Resources. The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch Black and White Lined Writing Frames - the lighthouse keepers lunch colour and write, the lighthouse keepers lunch frames See more.
from Twinkl. Above is a super activity to accompany The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch by Ronda and David Armitage. This book ties in nicely with summer topic planning. We also found a super small world creation by the children at Bilsdale Midcable Chop Gate Scho ol (check out what OFSTED said!) which would be so easy to recreate in your sand tray!
The Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch, by Ronda and David Armitage, is a brilliant book for inspiring classroom activities around the topic of the sea, its history and the brave people who keep us safe at the seaside and away from dry land.
The wonderful vocabulary within the story is in itself a great reason for choosing this book to start your topic.
Mr Grinling is an 'industrious' lighthouse keeper. What does this mean? Can you think of any words that mean the same thing? Write a recipe for something that might go into Mr Grinling's lunch.
Write a set of instructions that teach someone how to make a delicious sandwich for Mr Grinling's lunch.
The lighthouse keeper's lunch is 'delicious'. Provide labels for all the items in the ‘Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch’ and have the child match the Braille label to the item before they play with them. Write out the key words with the child, the child saying the key words, the support worker writing them out.
We use the 4 worksheets printed out on an A3 to create a pupil booklet.
Additional activities included creating a display using collage and paint, making lighthouses etc/5(18).Download