Good morning Bear Class.
We’re hoping you’ve all had a lovely weekend. It’s been beautiful, hasn’t it!
Zoom lessons will resume this week, we are sorry for any inconvenience caused last week.
This week we are focusing on the food element of our story – Handa’s Surprise. You may want to watch the video of our story again to help refresh you minds of all the fruits in the story. We won’t be giving them all away just yet! 🙂
Today, we would like you to draw your favourite fruit and have a go at forming the initial sound of the word too. As a challenge have a go at forming the rest of the word too. Your grown-ups can write the word for you to copy or if the word has sounds/letters in that you haven’t written before, they could write those in yellow pen for you to trace over to help you develop your pencil control with forming those particular sounds/letters.
Miss Thrower’s favourite fruits are, red grapes and mango.
Mrs Pollard’s favourite fruits are, peach and watermelon.
If you have any fruit that is coming up to it’s time of not being edible, please don’t throw it out as we’re going to set fruit printing in the week so this would be handing to keep for that. We will also be making fruit kebabs in the too just to give you a heads up about what will be set on the website for the topic. 🙂
We like you to practise forming the letters in your name today. We know many of you will have been doing this already but as we say ‘practise, practise, practise.’ If you are forming your letters and find they are still slightly on the big side, practise working on forming them at a smaller size, use the lines in your red text book to help you do this.
Play a board game with your families. Please make sure the game contains a dice so it covers maths.
Sadly the weather forecast isn’t as nice as last week 🙁
We thought you and your families can have a throwing competition, use a basket and socks, stand behind a line and see who can throw the socks and land them in the basket. We wonder who will get the most socks in the basket?
Have a good day.
Miss Thrower & Mrs Pollard