Good morning everyone!!
Well done for another week of fantastic learning at home. Today's blog is the last blog for this week and we will be back after next week, so remember to come back on
A special well done to everyone who is joining in with the RWI phonics each day. Remember to sign in to Bug Club to read the books that were put in your account. The website is on Active Learn or press here for a direct link. Also remember each day Edinburgh Zoo have live cameras for you to look at the animals.
Please remember to keep in touch with us. You can tell us anything that you may have been doing whilst at home.
Have you been joining in with Joe Wicks or would you like to try Andy's Wild Workout? Let us know what you and your family would like by emailing your class teacher.
Also, send in some photographs to our email address:
firstname.lastname@example.org - Mrs Kendall
email@example.com - Miss Syme
Weekend task: Let's make things fly
In the Early Years it is very important to develop persistence, which means to keep trying to achieve something. So lets try some of these over the Easter week.
1. Make a paper aeroplane and see how far it will fly, keep trying to see if you can get it fly the further each time.
2. Keep a balloon in the air. How many times can you hit the balloon to keep it up?
3. Make a plane on string and get it to move across a large space.
4. Blow some bubbles and try to pop more each time but you can only use one finger.
Miss Syme has a special message to see if you can learn something new over the holidays.