Thank you for working so hard with the children!
It has had it's challenges but we would like to take the opportunity to say thank you to all the children and parents working so hard at home. Everyone has tried their best and we have had such a positive response and see such hard work in our Zooms, Teams assignments, emails and in school.
World Book Day - Thursday the 4th of March
In our Zoom meetings, please could children bring along a copy of their favourite book or a picture they have drawn from their favourite book on Thursday. The children will get a chance to show off their work and we will ask a few of them to talk about what they have done.
Please see last weeks Parent mail for lots of World Book day ideas. Take a look at the Share a story reading star activity and we would love to see how you get on. Send your photos to email@example.com and we will share them on the school blog. We will assume that if you send a photo in to this email address that you are happy for us to share it.
World Book Day Story
Story Teller Mike Payton has performed a story for us. It is highly engaging an has lots of creativity and captivation in it. Join Mike as he tells and signs the story all about friendship.
Mrs Everitt reading a spring story
The children who are in school will also be doing the same things as on the home learning mat.
These are the key things we are thinking about this week.
Book of the week:Mike Payton's Story about Friendship. Also, Keep up with Jack and the Beanstalk
Reading: Please give Bug Club a go - Can you earn some coins and get some prizes? Also keep going with phonics play flash cards.
Maths: Ways to make 9 and 10. Week 2 Don't forget to have a go at NumBots too.
English: Creating your own Jack and the Beanstalk Story. Why not Learning key words and looking at the story language used.
Communication and Language: Telling stories.
Creative: Making a beanstalk and printing a castle with shapes.
Phonics - Go to our phonics section and work on our phase 3 digraphs.
Understanding the world: Thinking about spring. Looking at seeds.
If you have any question or we can help in any way, please contact us on the reception teachers email.