Happy Monday Heacham!
Good morning my lovelies,
How is your world? This is the link for the home learning grid for this week. There are some lovely things on here, and I’m really looking forward to doing the breathing exercises with the Yellow Bubble. My favourite is Sun Breath! Let me know what yours is.
Also on there is the literacy for this week, which finishes up with writing a postcard from Sunny. I love getting postcards from people when they go away. My mum always sends one – the last one came from Iceland! I wonder what Sunny would think of Iceland? Do you think he’d like it?
We are going to be looking at nouns and expanded noun phrases this week.
This video mght be useful to you as it explains what nouns are. We’ve talked about them before, but it was a long time ago!
These are the other bits you will need to complete the Home Learning Grid this week. Let me know how you get on.
Our topic work this week continues the theme of holidays, looking at holidays in the past and holidays in the present. For that, you will need this Photo Pack. Seaside Photo Pack
Also, in our Science work this week, we are finishing up our work on parts of a plant. Use this powerpoint ( Parts of Plants ) to help you to read up about it with your adult, and then there is a new EducationCity file that you might be interested in. It’s called “What can you do?” and it’s very clever because you do the activity, and then it looks at what you get right, and what you get wrong, and helps you to get it right next time by giving you EducationCity work that can help you. I’ll do a video when I get to school and show you how it works, then put it into a separate blog post because this one is getting too long already! Your grown ups or the computer can read it all to you because it’s not about how well you can read.
We’re going to be carrying on our work on moving picture books, and doing a Little Red Riding Hood Wheel which will teach you how to spin for a different picture. L R R H Wheel Instructions This one is about the wolf getting closer to Little Red Riding Hood, but you could make it anything! What could you do?
Lastly (I think!) for Reception, there is a different home learning grid, as usual, and there is a story video to go with it! How exciting! Who is telling the story?
Wasn’t it lovely to see Mrs Coleman again! I love the way she tells stories.
Right, so that all got a bit long really, so I’m going to leave it there and catch up with you all later in the week. Stay in touch and let me know what’s happening in your world!
And always, ALWAYS, wash your hands!