Well done for all of your efforts this week and the lovely work that you have sent in.
Please find the activities listed below.
Enjoy your day and your half term :)
Miss O'Shea and Mrs Morris
Mr Smith will be hosting a virtual whole school assembly at 1:00pm today, please find the zoom link on the Dojo whole school story, if you would like to join. Please remember to not have your camera on, so Mr Smith can record this and post for the children who cannot attend.
Listen to Mrs Steward reading While We Can't Hug, a very special and important story for this time.
We have been learning all about Goals and Dreams this half term in PSHE.
What is your dream job for the future?
Can you draw picture of you in your dream job and write a sentence using your sounds? The document is attached.
A video featuring a road safety story, covering topics such as wearing seat belts, the Green Cross Code, wearing helmets when cycling or scooting, and being visible in the dark. Please click the link below:
Go through the Valentines PowerPoint with a grown up. Who could you make your Valentines card for?
See the picture below of a piece of artwork by Kandinsky. Please find attached a selection of hears, how could you decorate the hearts? Does this picture inspire you by the colours you may use?
Watch the virtual Phonics lessons by Mrs Morris and Miss O'Shea. Please send your teacher any writing that you do in your Phonics lesson. These lessons can be found on the 'daily phonics' star on the previous page.
Please click the link for some free E Books your child could read.
Ongoing Phonics Tasks:
-Listen to our Tricky Words song, can you write any tricky words down?
-Can you play the game PhonicsPlay online? Which words are real or alien words?
-Sing our sentence song
-Practice writing sentences at home
-Practice your tricky words at home
-Practice your letter formation (please see Phonics section)
-Go on a sound hunt/blending hunt around the house or on your walk
Please see our Phonics section on our class page. Can you practice your pre cursive writing? Be sure to say each formation rhyme as you write each letter. You could practice your pre cursive using colourful pens or with a paintbrush in sand or sugar or even glitter! Make sure to send a picture to your teacher.
You could choose a page or letter to complete below!
Extra Valentine's Activities: