Wow- the end of our first day back! Thank you to those who have sent work in today. I will upload and put on our gallery later. It was also lovely to see some of the things you have been doing over the half term break. You have certainly been keeping busy. I am going to go and enjoy the sunshine and the boys want to go in their new paddling pool (hopefully it has warmed up after a day in the sun)! Enjoy your evening,
Welcome back everyone! I hope you’ve had a great half term. I have done some walks but have spent more time at home trying to get long overdue jobs completed. I went on a cycle track to Whitworth from Newline which I didn’t know existed. The boys loved it. Think we are going to try the opposite direction next time through the tunnels in Waterfoot. The weather has been so hot and sunny, the sunniest May in the UK! I think today might be the last of the really hot weather.Due to this your challenge today is to do a scavenger hunt. I have done a few with my boys and they love finding the items. Today I’m going to do a Gruffalo one from Forestry England- a small stick, a pine cone, a feather, something prickly, an Oak leaf and a stone. You could create one for me and I’ll put on the website for others to have a go at! They could be starting with letters of the alphabet, or your name, inside the house, the garden or when out for a walk!
Have fun with your learning today. The Jolly postman is such a lovely book for you to base your writing on this week. Numeracy is capacity and volume today and Geography is about Rio De Janeiro.
Let me know how you get on,
Hello Year 1, hope you all had a great break. The weather was lovely wasn’t it!
I have a Purplemash task for you today – can you design a little chick that has just hatched from its egg?
- Login to PurpleMash
- In search type Chick
- In the 'Other' section click on the 2nd icon along – the little chick with orange legs.
- Click Launch App
This App gives you different textures and colours to draw with. Let’s see how many chicks hatch today!!
Hope you have a lovely day, Mrs Ball