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Imagine, Believe, Succeed


Good morning! Its Friday!!!! Today is the day we would be breaking up for the Easter holidays so I will not be putting work up for the next 2 weeks. I hope you all have a safe, happy Easter.



You have heard the story of Meerkat Mail and now Giraffes Can’t Dance. Which one was your favourite? Why?

Today I would like you to write a book review for one of these stories. Think about these things when you write your review.

What is the title?

Who is the author?

Who were the main characters?

 Where was the story set?

What was the story about?

Why did you like it?

What was your favourite part? Why?

Who would you recommend this book to? Why?

I look forward to seeing which book you chose and why!

You can write your own review or complete the review I have attached.

Here is the link for both stories.

Meerkat Mail

Giraffes can't dance


Year 1try this to start -  ordering of numbers starting with the largest first: (Level 1, ordering largest first)

Today’s learning is taking away.

Remember when taking away we can’t do switchers, so use number lines, draw lines and cross them out or count back using your fingers or in your head.

Year 2 – Today you will be looking at numbers and sorting them into odd numbers or even numbers first. When you have done that try the challenge!

Blue group  - remember to count carefully and form numbers correctly. Click on the document to start.

Put it to the test with this rabbit game:


In class we have been investigating melting and freezing. Try this at home with an adult.

Have a look at a piece of bread. What does it look like? What does it smell like? What does it taste like? What does it feel and sound like?

Now what do you think is going to happen when you heat the bread up? Put the bread in the toaster and find out. Now what does it look like, smell like, feel and sound like?

What are the biggest changes? Can this change be undone?

Are there any other foods that you know can be heated and then change? Ask your grownup.


Mackenzie Thorpe is a British artist who is 64 years old. He has painted lots of pictures. Today I would like you to draw or paint a picture of a giraffe in the style of Mackenzie Thorpe.