Fabulous Friday! Well done for another week. You are all fantastic and we have loved all of the pictures, messages and videos about your work. You still have today left if you have not yet sent something in.
Normally we would be breaking up for Easter today, and the school will be closed for all children over the next two weeks. We hope you enjoy your Easter at home. We are looking forward to eating lots of chocolate eggs! We won’t be adding work daily for the next two weeks but we have created an Easter page with lots of activities and ideas to keep you busy. You don’t need to send in work but remember you can still email us if you have any worries or concerns.
Do you have an egg in your house? What does it look like? How does it feel? Can you crack an egg? How does it look/feel? How can you cook eggs? What is your favourite food item that comes from an egg? Where do eggs come from? What came first, the chicken or the egg?
Let’s get cracking! We would like you try at least one of the following ideas. You could try them all! If you have eggs at home you could decorate a hardboiled egg. You could also use your eggs to make something such as cookies or cakes! If you don’t have any eggs don’t worry you can you make something for your eggs such as a basket or carrier using any recycling you have around the house. Check out these links for some ideas.
Don’t forget to send us an email with any of your work. We love seeing what you are all creating!
For your Literacy session today we want you to think about some of the questions above and create a fact-file about either eggs or chicks. You could use the internet or read a book to find out information. Maybe your mum or dad might know some facts.
Can you write some simple labels, captions and sentences to show the information you have found. (Remember we want your child to use their sounds to spell so not all words will be spelt right!). Don’t forget the checklist we use in class when writing. Have you used your Fred fingers to spell words? Have you got finger spaces between your words? Are your letters well formed? If you notice a letter is the wrong way you could practice that to!
Maths Easter Hunt time! Please find attached a file with all the resources you need to take part in an egg number matching activity and a crack the code activity.
Let’s finish off our Friday maths lesson with 20 big rabbit jumps! Wiggle those noses little rabbits!
Enjoy today’s story time with Miss Pegler!
Have a lovely Easter and stay safe!