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Summer Term, Home Learning
This week the children are looking at the story The Tiger who came to Tea.
The children have enjoyed making tiger masks, acting out the story and having breakfast with the Tiger!
The children have also been enjoying the sunshine!
Our Maths focus was to look for numbers in the environment.
Did you find your age?
Did you find your grown ups age? (sh! don't tell anyone) What other numbers did you find ?
What do you think the Tiger would like to have for tea at your house?
What is your favourite food? Can you make a list of your favourite foods?
Look at our Mini Gardens.
We have been keeping up with our Phonics while we are all at home.
Do you enjoy playing with water?
Have a look for different size containers, which holds the most water?
How many spoons does it take to fill up the container?
🌈 Our Pebble Pathway of Hope 🌈
At school, some of the children and staff have started a 'Pebble Pathway of Hope' and we would love for you to get involved too!
Begin by finding a pebble or stone to decorate in any way that you like. You can paint it, use felt tips or whatever you like to turn it into something or to write a message of hope on it.
Once you have done this, go for a walk to school and add to our 'Pebble Pathway of Hope' located at the front of the school, remember not to remove any of the stones
Lets get busy!
H.Mc has got some caterpillars and is waiting for them to make a chrysalis and grow into butterflies. We will look forward to seeing how they are changing.
Write someone a letter.
This week we are thinking about the people we are missing.
We have written postcards to our friends and families and told them how much we are missing them.
ur, ur, churn the curd
We are looking at addition this week and doubling.
O.W. has been measuring objects that he found in his house.
This week in phonics we have been revisiting the sounds ow, oi, and or
This year we are celebrating the 75th anniversary of the end of World War Two.
Usually this is marked with street parties and people dress in red, white and blue.
We have made bunting and copied the union flag to decorate our homes.
We have made cakes for the party!
This week we are looking at subtraction.
We played a game with a dice and some bricks. We had to take it in turns to roll the dice and subtract that number.
Who was the winner in your family?
This week we have been making paint using natural materials, designing a character for our Alien story, learning some British Sign Language and so much more!
An inviting bug hotel! Look how the caterpillars have grown. What is happening to them now?
Andy the Alien goes in a rocket!
Let's get physical!
We have been keeping our bodies busy as well as our brains.
Gardening is great exercise and good for your wellbeing.
How tall do you think B.'s Sunflowers will grow?
Summer Term 2
Natural paint brushes. We have been finding things in our garden such as leaves, flowers and feathers. We then attached them to sticks and used them as paint brushes.
H.O. found a feather and used it to paint a picture of a dinosaur!
Let's get outside
We enjoy getting busy in the garden and going for daily walks or bike rides.
Now we are allowed to go to the beach and even have a McDonalds!
H.M. released his butterflies.
Picnic in the sun and when the sun doesn't shine, we jump in puddles.
H.O. enjoyed playing a game of guess the missing shape. He told Mrs Crowson the properties of the shape, to help her guess which shape he had taken away.
We played a game of number bowling.
Monday 8th June is World Ocean Day, so this week we are going to be thinking about our oceans.
W & B have been thinking about the creatures they would find in the oceans.
Mrs Leuty read the story The snail and the Whale.
We found snails and made our own oceans.
At Forest School H.O. made a nature owl and found the correct amount of leaves to match the number.
We love Forest School!
Potato harvesting and Dinosaur research.
Postcards from the Snail & the Whale
This week we are having a Princesses, Knights and Dragons week.
Royal Tea Party!
We have made dragons using paper cups.
This week we are going to have a 'Rumble in the Jungle'!
We listened to Mrs Leuty read the story and then wrote a poem about our favourite animal.
There's a Rumble in the Jungle!
AH has been enjoying the sunshine and made her own teepee.
Our focus this week is 'Oliver's Vegetables'
What is your favourite vegetable? Can you draw a picture of your favourite meal?
We have been busy making some healthy vegetable soup, although maybe we shouldn't eat the one made in the mud kitchen!
W.T. wrote a list of all the fruit and vegetables he had eaten.
A.B. made a fruit rainbow.
This week we are going to be pirates!
We are taking part in the alternative School Sports Day.
Use this link to take part.
This week we are thinking about all of the wonderful things we have done this year and all of the memories you have made.
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