HIDE AND SEEK


Once you've read all about Dot's story, why don't you enjoy your own game of yeti hide and seek  ... can you find all 10? 


It's important for your child to understand that the more they try to do something (even when it seems hard) the easier it will become and the better they be at their task as their skills develop through persiverance.

 

You could encourage this learning when playing the game below, by pointing out to your child that they are becoming a better hider and seeker the more they play.

 


Help your yetis practise hiding by having your own game of Yeti Hide and Seek!


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Yetis think of all learning as GRRS AND ROARS. 


A GRRR is something that you're working on that you haven't managed YET and a ROAR is something you've worked hard on to achieve.

It's important, especially for children, to pick manageable goals to help build self esteem and a beilief in their ability to manage even tricky learning through keeping trying.

Why don't you try our printable 'Grrs and ROARS' poster on your fridge and use our addditional printed sheet to make learning fun  by bluetacking your child's grrs and roars to it, moving and changing them as you go.  Make sure you add a couple of ROARS that they've already achieved to begin with to help your child pick up the idea, and let them know how brilliantly they kept trying to get there.

You coulld even add some grrs and ROARS for all the members of your family!