Good morning everyone, Last week we asked you to have a Teddy Bears picnic and send in your pictures. Thank you to those that have sent in their pictures and hopefully you will see them below. Mrs Kendall had a picnic with her daughter and they read some books about bears. Comment on this blog with the food you ate or a book you read.
First start the day with some exercise at 9am you can choose to exercise with Joe Wicks. Just click here to get moving or if you prefer Andy's Wild Workout. Remember to keep up to date with your phonics because it is very important for your reading and writing. To watch today's session click here. 9:30am or 12:30pm - Set 1 (all reception and nursery) 10am or 1pm - Set 2 (most reception) Also log in to your Bug Club to read one of your books. Tell us about the books you have been reading. If you read 3 books in a week you will receive a certificate.
Also, today Dr.Chip is making some bridges today. Click here to join him at 10am and find out how to make your own bridge at home. You will need paper or card, scissors and sellotape.
Maths activity We would like you to go a number hunt to see what numbers you can find, this can be in your house on your street or during your daily exercise. You can look for number plates outside or from your window, look at door numbers or numbers on signs. What numerals do you recognise? Have you spotted any numerals more than once? What is the largest number you recognise? What is the smallest numeral you recognise? Can you try and write any of these numerals? What do some of these numerals mean? I had numerals on my laptop and remote. Where was the strangest place you found a numeral? What was it for? See some of the pictures I have taken of the numerals I have found.