It is Monday
Good morning everyone!
We hope you had a lovely weekend. What did you do over the weekend?
I have been counting the number of rainbows that I can see on my road. So far I have counted 5!
Can you beat my number?
So far I haven’t seen any butterflies but I have seen lots of bees!
Some activities for the day to keep you busy...
So at 9am you can start the day with some exercise with Joe Wicks. Just click here to get moving.
Please can you all stay up to date with your phonics. This is super 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)
Tune in to our own Dr. Chip who will be showing you how to make towers today at 10am. You will need some sort of paper (newspaper, magazine, paper), scissors and sellotape.
Or tune in to Dr.Chip a little later today and ask your parents to join you at 10am on Facebook for the minimusicmakers live stream with singing, instruments, requests and puppets.
Our 10 books - literacy challenge
Today’s task is to think of one of your favourite stories from school. (Remember our 10 books) Can you remember what is on the front cover?
Can you tell a family member what an author and an illustrator do?
Can you retell the story or part of it to someone else?
Let your teacher know which story you chose and we can see which book(s) are the most popular!!
Do your family members like that book too?
The numeral challenge
Can you walk around your house and see if you can spot any numerals?
What numerals do you recognise? What is the largest number you recognise? What is the smallest numeral you recognise?
Can you try and write any of these numerals?
Look below for some of the numerals that we could find.
I had numerals on my laptop and remote.
Do you have numerals in your shoes and clothes? Why are there numerals on them?
Comment on the blog to tell us the strangest place you found a numeral?
30/3/2020 01:52:40 pm
Thank you for the P.E I am going to this !
1/4/2020 08:52:41 pm
Good Zainab. Let me know how if you find it fun.
Eesa Hussain Punnu
30/3/2020 02:33:26 pm
Eesa’s favourite book from school is The not so scary Snorklum. He remembered what happens in the story and told us. He also knew the meaning of the words author and illustrator.
1/4/2020 08:53:38 pm
I like that book too!
30/3/2020 03:24:55 pm
Tayba has completed the phonics activity
1/4/2020 08:54:26 pm
Well done Tayba. I am glad that you are still doing your phonics, you were doing really well before we finished so keep up the good work.
1/4/2020 03:37:58 pm
Hi Mrs Kendall
1/4/2020 08:55:37 pm
Did you find many numbers around your house? I bet there were lots and possibly even more than you could find. Eesa said he found some on the outside bins.
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