Today I would like you to imagine you're stuck on an island for a day (don’t worry, a ship will come to rescue you).
Share your answers to these questions with members of your family. Don't forget to listen to their answers too.
“Never give up on what you really want to do. The person with big dreams is more powerful than one with all the facts. ” – Albert Einstein.
Good Morning everyone! Let's start today with a story!
Today I would like you to go on a mini-beast hunt in your garden or on a walk. How many can you find?
How many legs does each mini-beast have?
Follow the mini-beast hunt by gathering a variety of materials for you to create your own insect models.
Can you fold zig-zags to give their insects springy legs?
Over the past dew weeks we have been looking a serval new digraphs and even a trigraph!
Have a go at the activity mats below.
Let's do our favourite Dinosaur Stomp!
and of course our second favourite! Awesome Rainbows!
Let's do lesson 3 with Mrs Wright!
This lesson uses the theme of family units to further explore the singing voice and to develop a strong sense of pulse.
Listen to the video below. How does each piece of music make you feel?
Discussion: which songs or pieces of music make you feel calm?
Which ones make you feel excited?
Listen to the second song ‘Wonderful world’ – how does this one make you feel? When might it be a good idea to listen to this piece of music?