Happy Monday Everyone!
I hope you are all well. Here is the new weekly update and this is the last one before half term. Make sure you take time to rest and relax already for the new term. I found a lovely Disney video which I thought I would share with you all, it is at the bottom of this page. This week I have been into school sorting and reorganising our classroom making sure it is all ready for us when we return. I have also been on lots of walks in the evenings. I have really enjoyed listening to all of the different sounds and discovering new walks near my house. If you would like any activities to keep you busy during half term just send me an email and I'll send over a few useful links. Well done again for all of your wonderful learning.I love seeing what you have been doing at home.
Miss you all, stay safe and take care,
If you require your child's Phonics Bug log-in please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I will reply as soon as I can. Remember when reading a book to click the bug button
(there is one at the start and one at the end of the book). This then registers the book as 'finished' and you can earn Phonics Bug Rewards! - It's really cool! Once finished new books should be unlocked.
Watch me read this week’s story Room on the Broom. Which words rhyme?
Design a new character for the story what words would you use to describe them?
(These do not have to rhyme).
Write a list of ingredients for a magic potion. You can use these templates to write on.
Complete this science experiment. What happens?
Design your own witch/wizard hat.
Superstar Challenge: Can you create some story stones! You could use Room on the Broom characters or create your own.
Make a magic wand! You could use crafts or natural materials. Can you make up a magic spell?
Make Room on the Broom finger puppets can you act out the story?
Who is your favourite character and why?
In the story the witch is grateful to the animals for saving her life. What are you grateful for? Is there a way you could say thank you?
Doubling means twice as many. Use objects to practice doubling e.g. double 2 is 4.
You could use these ten frames to help.
For this game you will need a dice and a sheet of paper to write the scores on.
Take turns to roll 2 dice. You receive a point each time you roll a double. The winner is the first person to get 5 points.
Go on a colour hunt outside. Can you find something for each colour of the rainbow?
Superstar challenge: Have a go at write this objects down.
Shadow drawing! Over the past few weeks we have had some lovely weather. Take a look at this shadow drawing activity. Have a go! I can’t wait to see your pictures.
Watch this number blocks episode all about doubles!
Play Phonics Phonopoly! This game is very similar to Monopoly. You may need a grown up to help explain how to play.
Thank you for the world so sweet,
Thank you for the food we eat,
Thank you for the birds that sing,
Thank you God for everything.