What day was it yesterday?
Today is Wednesday.
What day will be tomorrow?
Time to check in
I am in the green zone.
This is to be expected when I have had a good night's sleep.
I am ready to work hard .
How are you feeling this morning?
What colour zone are you in?
Do you need to use a tool?
How do you feel now?
Here is a song that will help you remember the signs for lots of colours.
First practice the colours and signs .
Next sing the song and sign as well.
Where can you rainbows?
Click here to go on an adventure with Andy and have a workout at the same time.
Joe Wicks Click here for his Workout
Phonics TimeIt is very important that you keep practicing your phonics.
Mrs Martin's and Mrs Malik's Group
Set 1 Speed Sounds at 9.30 am and again at 12.30 pm
Mrs Ali's Group
Set 2 Speed Sounds at 10.00 am and again at 1.00 pm
You can find these videos here
Phonics Challenge Time
Mrs Malik's Group
This week we want you to switch on your listening ears
Your challenge is to guess what the sound is.
Click on the links below to play the game
Sound Game 1
Sound Game 2
Sound Game 3
Mrs Martin's and Mrs Medley's Group
Mrs Ali's Group
This week my group will
be practicing their Set 2 sound
three letters one sound -special friends
Click here to hear the sound
Daily Dose Time
Our very own Dr Chip is hosting daily online STEM activities that you can join in with from home.
Tune in here every day @ 10:00am for a daily dose of Dr Chip
This week’s challenge carries on from last week where you were answering a variety of questions within the ‘here and now’ and the ‘why and how’.
This activity will help you develop vocabulary, understand the question word ‘why’ and use the connective ‘because’.
The crayons all wanted to come home to Duncan.
You learned lots of vocabulary about houses.
Click on the Powerpoint
Now label the house
The missing words are underneath to help you.
Quick Maths Challenge
Here are lots of rectangles
How can you sort them?
Can you count them and number them?
Can you put them in order from smallest to biggest?
What colour is the smallest?
What colour is the biggest?
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