Cromer Class 18th May, 2020
Good Morning Cromer Class,
I hope you are all well and enjoying the lovely weather. It’s supposed to be lovely all week – so make the most of it! How about a garden scavenger hunt? You can make your own, here are some ideas:
- Numbers – find leaves with 1/2/3/4/5/6/7 points, or flowers with 4,5, or 6 petals
- Colours – find an example of all the colours in the rainbow, or try to match the colours on their clothing
- Shapes – find an example of a: circle, square, triangle, rectangle, oval, diamond, star, spiral…
- Vocabulary – find something: hard, soft, wet, dry, cold, hot, big, small, tall, short, beautiful, ugly, thick, thin, fragrant, smelly, prickly, smooth…
- Alphabet – find something beginning with each letter of the alphabet
If you have younger brothers or sisters you could make a scavenger hunt for them.
Here is a scavenger hunt that I have:
I have other ones, if you would like them, please email me. firstname.lastname@example.org
If you do a scavenger hunt, please let me know. Perhaps you could take some photos and we could put them on the website.
In the past few days I have heard heard from a few of you – thank you. Niks and Anthony A have been working hard.
Isabelle is still working hard and here are some photos of what she has been doing. Thank you for sending the photos, Isabelle.
She has even been doing some Morse Code. Do you remember when we did Morse Code at the Museum?
Keira has also been working hard.
She has been making some papier mache. Here she has made the world! Isn’t it fantastic? She did three layers of newspaper and two layers of white paper and then painted it with water colours.
You can have a go at Papier mache too – there are loads of you tube videos on it.
Let me know how you’re getting on.