Hello lovely Caterpillars and Family,
Happy New Year! I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas! I can't wait to hear all about it when we are back at school. As your grownups have probably told you we currently cannot come into school at the moment due to the virus. But do not worry we will be back altogether soon, I know Martha is really missing you too. While you are at home I will be setting a few activities to keep you busy. You can also continue to access reading books via Phonics Bug.
I will be making a quick phone call to all of you on Thursday this week just to have a quick chat, see how you are and answer any questions. Members of staff will also be calling weekly. Please note these calls may appear as an unknown number. Please send all of your wonderful work to our new class email firstname.lastname@example.org this will be monitored daily. I will display all work on our class page so you can see what your friends have been up to.
Parents if you do have any questions please do email and I will respond as soon as I can.
Please check back regularly and scroll down for new updates and I look forward to seeing you all again really soon. Keep safe everyone.
Can you use your phonics skills to spell these words? If you get stuck use this phonics mat and your phonics robot arms to help you.
If you're finding this a little tricky, find the initial sound of these pictures.
Caterpillars, today I am challenging you to practise doing up your coat. We have been doing this lots at school and I know some of us find this tricky. As it is very cold at the moment this is a great way to be independent and help your Grownups.
This week in Collective Worship we are focusing on 'Thankfulness'.
Questions to think about;
What have you been thankful for Christmas?
What were you thankful for in 2020?
What are you thankful for at the moment?
Hello again Caterpillars Happy Wednesday! Just to let you know we now have a class email! It's email@example.com Please now send all work to this email and this will be monitored daily. Let's start off by singing our days of the week song. Don't forget to stand up when you hear Wednesday.
Let's start with our counting song. Don't forget to use your fingers!
Today for Phonics I would like you to practise the 'sh' sound. Can you remember the action?
Watch this video of me recapping the 'sh' diagraph.
Can you write any words that contain the 'sh' sound?
Let's get creative!
Watch this video below to explore different sea creatures. What can you see?
Have a go at creating a shark. You could use lego, pens, outdoor materials or paint. See some examples below. I can't wait to see them.
Today I would like you to write a Thank You card for something you got given for Christmas.
Hello Caterpillars, happy Thursday! Don't forget to send your learning to firstname.lastname@example.org
Don't forget I will also be calling you all today! I can't wait to hear how you are all doing.
Please note these calls may appear as an unknown number.
Let's start with a story today. Watch me read the story below!
Let's start by counting to 20, don't forget to use your fingers.
For the next activity you will need some pens/pencils.
Today I would like you to go on a hunt around your house. Can you find something beginning with...
This week in RE we are looking at people who help us. Have a quick think who helps you? I know your Mummy, Daddy, Grandparents and siblings may help you sometimes. There are also lots of other people who help us when we need help such as doctors when we are poorly; Fire fighters to help put out fires; I as your Teacher help you learn new things; Dentists help look after your teeth; the police help us if we need them. As you can see there are so many people who help us. Have a go at this worksheet below.
Watch this video to find out a little bit about Firefighters.
Being thankful is something we do all around the world. 2020 has been a very different year for everyone and we have a lot to be thankful for last year.
Watch and reflect on this video of different thank you quotes. Can you thank your Mummy, Daddy or Grandparents for something they have done for you recently?
For Maths today I would like you help your Grownup with the washing! I would like you to pair socks together. Make sure you match the correct patterns, you could even have a go at counting in twos!
Have a sing along to our wonderful Tricky Word Song. P.s. This song may get stuck in your head. After singing this song have a go at writing these words. Can you spot any in a story book?
Today we are going to sort pictures into groups. Have a look at this document below.
Understanding The World
Have a go at this science experiment!
After a great week of home learning have a go at this Cosmic Kids yoga. We love doing this in class! This is also great for younger siblings!
Ask a Grownup to read this Bible Story to you.
Bible story The Song of the Sea – Exodus 15:1-19 After Moses and the Israelites fled Egypt, they were pursued by the Egyptian army. They were chased to the Red Sea with no way of escape because of the enemy behind them and the sea in front of them. God miraculously parted the sea and made a way for the Children of Israel to pass through on dry ground. The army of Egypt followed them into the sea. When the Israelites passed safely over to the other side, God released the waters which He held back for the Israelites and drowned Pharaoh’s army.
Exodus 15 is a chapter dedicated to praising God for this miraculous deliverance from the enemy. Moses, and Israel, were careful to give God thanks for his protection. Do you know any other bible stories that show thanks? What have you been thankful for this week?