Hello, hello, it’s good to see you!
Good morning everybody, today it our Superhero dress up day and we’re really looking forward to seeing you all in your costumes!
Before we start we today’s learning we would like to thank each and everyone one of you on all your hard work over the past few weeks. Yesterday during our zoom lessons I was so proud of each and everyone of you and those of you who are working from the website too. We can see how hard you and your families are working as it really showed in your work yesterday and it made me and Mrs Pollard feel extremely proud to be your adults who teach you each day. We wanted to say to you that you and your families are our Superhero’s for continually working so hard from home each day! Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!
For our topic today Mrs Pollard informed me that in the new programme, Paddington Bear writes postcards to Aunt Lucy and posts them to her. For him to be able to send a postcard he would need to attach a stamp to the postcard before posting it. We thought it would be nice for you to create your own postcard or letter for a family member and send it to them. You could also create your own stamp, but remember you will need to buy a really one if you were to post it. Now do you know where you would take you postcard or letter to post? What is it called?
Following yesterday’s maths lesson using the the weighing scales, I have uploaded a picture of a homemade weighing scale I made which I thought you could also make at your home too. I would like you to continue practicing weighing out different objects to see which weighs ‘more‘ or ‘less‘, which side is ‘heavier‘ or ‘lighter‘ or if the scales are ‘balanced‘. See if you can find one object which is heavy and place it one side and then see if you can find objects to add to the other side – What do you think might happen?, Why do you think the outcome happened? See if you can find other objects to experiment with.
Play your favourite board game. Feel free to email us a picture of your playing you game as this is all part of your children development for their age.
Challenge – Can you rub your tummy with one hand and pat you head with the other? Are you able to then swap hands and try it the other way. Mrs Pollard and I will also try this challenge too!
Have a great day everyone and be sure to have your singing voices ready for story & singing time!
Miss Thrower & Mrs Pollard