Good morning everyone,
We hope you enjoyed the weekend. Did you phone and speak to any of your family or make any video calls?
As a note to parents, most of our activities are play based and if you have found your child has really enjoyed an activity then please revisit it.
We've got some activities that should keep you busy today and get you moving.
So at 9am you can start the day with some exercise with Joe Wicks, just click here . Or warm up with Andy's Wild Workout and tell us which animals you pretended to be today.
Remember to watch today's session of phonics by clicking here. It is great to see the children who are taking part, they are learning lots of new sounds to help them read and write.
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.
Mrs Kendall will be logging on to Bug Club and will be seeing who reads books each week. If you read 3 books in a week I will send you a reading certificate. Well done to those who got their certificate last week, you are doing a great job!
Can you tell an adult what you can see outside?
Do the things move? If so, how do they move? If they do not, why do they not move?
For an extra challenge, can you draw and label the pictures of the things that you can see from your window?
We would like you to make your own number book. This can be done anyway you like but we have included some pictures below to guide you with different ways of making your number book.
Ideally your number book should go to 15 and if you can challenge yourself then try each number to 20.
You will need -
you can then add cut out or draw pictures, paint spots, add craft items.