Snettisham and Heacham 13th May 2020
Good morning my lovelies!
Isn’t it a beautiful day? It’s a bit chilly out there, but it looks lovely. Today I am carrying on making phone calls to parents. I spoke to lots of your parents yesterday, and a few answering machines, but it was lovely to hear how you were all getting on. It is a very tricky time for all of us, and you and your families are doing really well. If you’re reading this, quickly go and hug as many people as you can find in your house, and say “Miss Cook says you’re amazing!” GO!
And now you’re back, let’s look at today. It’s an interesting day on the BBC, with work about animal groups today. In my house there is 1 puppy, 3 cats, and 6 snakes. If I put them into groups, I think I have 4 mammals and 6 reptiles. Am I right? Click the picture and have a look.
What else is happening today? In 1767, (a long time ago!) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s first opera “Apollo et Hyacinthus”, written when he was 11 years old, was sung for the first time in Salzburg. Here’s a clip. It’s not the whole thing because it’s quite long. What do you think of opera?
I’m going to phone some more parents. Keep going, keep smiling, and keep washing your hands!