Good morning Bear Class,
We hope you all enjoyed you time building snowmen, creating snow angels and having fun in the snow with your families yesterday! We would love to see any pictures you may have taken of you having fun in the snow. 🙂
We would like you to start the morning by singing our ‘Days of the week song’ with your families. Find out what the day, date and month is. Have a go at forming those letters and numbers in your red text books.
This is our final week of learning about Bears and this week it’s all about ‘Our Bears’. This week we’ll be focusing on your speaking and listening skills, as you’ll be sharing lots of information on your bears with us and your families.
Here is a template for your grown up to either print or your can write in your red text book, as we would like to know about your favourite bear and this is a perfect way for us to read about them once you return to Nursery.
Ask your grown ups to hide your number cards around your home for you to then go on number hunt. I wonder where they will hide them – under things, on top of things, inside things, next to things, in between things, in front of things, up high or down low? Why not take your bear on the number hunt with you too.
Can you and your teddy bear sing the ‘Teddy bear, teddy bear’ nursery rhyme and complete the actions too? We would love to see you and your teddy bear carrying our this challenge. Ask your grown ups to send us a picture to the school email address and we’ll upload them to our class page. 🙂
Enjoy your day, see you at zoom school.
Miss Thrower & Mrs Pollard