I hope you are all well, staying safe and busy. I miss all of you so much. I can’t wait to get back to school to see you all and find out what you have been up to.
Here are some online challenges:
Here are some more challenges you can do at home without accessing the internet:
- Writing your name- use a timer and see how many times you can write your name in 1 minute.
- Draw a picture and label it- Help a grown up take a photo of your picture and post it to our blog or email it to our school email.
- If your parents need to go shopping can you help write a shopping list so they do not forget any essentials?
- You could write me some sentences about what you have been up to at home and send them in. I would love to read them!
- Do lots of counting, you could play hide and seek, boards games, pretend to be a rocket and count backwards from 20… get ready to blast off!
- Sing lots of songs- 10 in the bed, 5 little speckled frogs, 5 cheeky monkeys.
- Can you add two groups of toys? When you add do you have more or less?
- Can you use your toys to subtract? You could give someone in your family some toys and then be cheeky and take some away, how many are left?
- Use junk modelling to make a model. What can you make? Use scissors to cut out different shapes and stick them on. Take photos of what you have made.
- Talking and reading stories with your family is the best learning of all! Talk about the pictures in the story. What do you think is going to happen next? Use a page in the story and play iSpy. Use the pictures to tell your own story.
- Can you play the ‘Secret mess’ tidy up game? Who is going to find that secret mess? Remember when you are looking for the secret mess anything you pick up has to be put away in the correct place before you find something else.
I can’t wait to hear what you have been up to!
A video Message from Miss Hughes
Video Message from Mrs Schofield
Video Message & Book Reading from Mr Smith
Video Message & Book Reading from Mr Smith [Part 2]
Video Message from Mrs Edwards
Video Message from Miss Mallalieu
Book Reading from Miss Mallalieu
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