Weeks 3 and 4
Click on the link to watch our class messages to each other...
Hello children. I hope you are all well and are enjoying learning about minibeasts.
I was in school yesterday and a really funny thing happened...I lost Honey Bear!
Click on the video to see what happened.
Following the success of our learning about The Very Hungry Caterpillar, for the next two weeks our topic will be based on Minibeasts.
Thank you for your on-going feedback about the home learning. I have tried to provide a range of activities to suit all levels of development and ages. Please don't feel overwhelmed and feel you have to do everything. Remember, take each day as it comes; a good hour of learning is far better than an unproductive and unhappy six! You can pick an activity daily or just choose a few which are more suitable for your child. I'm always available on email or tapestry if you have any questions or concerns and of course to share all the lovely pictures.
Here is a daily schedule (optional). Try to complete a Literacy, Maths and Explorer activity every day or as often as possible, as well as phonics and independent reading. RE activities can be completed once a week. Click on the tabs to the right to access all the support you will need. I will keep adding to these pages as we go along.
Here is a plan our activities, a daily timetable and our ready to listen and learn chart from class. If you scroll down you can print this off too.