Here is a link to a lovely, online, picture book to help children who are feeling worried about Coronavirus and the changes it has brought to their lives.
Pop them on Tapestry (Reception) and/or email me (Reception and Year One)
For lots of ideas to keep busy at home don't forget to look at the
'Home Learning Guidance' section on this website.
You can find it in the 'Documents' tab on the homepage.
In addition to these resources, there are daily lessons available via
Daily phonics lessons available via
resources can also be found on Oak National Academy
Keep checking each week for my new theme linked to this term's topic:
'Homes and Habitats'
and feel free to have a go yourself!
I am sure you are missing your friends lots and lots too.
Click the rainbow below to see what they have been getting up to.
Keep well my lovely lot! Miss you!
Mrs B xxx
JOIN IN WITH NEXT WEEK'S ONLINE SING ALONG!
We'll be taking part at school, it'd be lovely to think we're all singing together again!
Click here - it will go live on Thursday at 11am.
Don't forget to keep...
Fit and healthy!
Some different ideas:
- Why not have a go at Mr Batey's Daily Challenges. Click this link to find out today's challenge.
- Set a timer and get jumping! How many jumps can you do in 20 seconds? Get some water and rest for 20 seconds. Now have another go, can you beat your first number? Remember - Personal Best plus 1!
- Can you create your own obstacle course in your garden? Think about objects you could safely move over, under and even through. Race against the clock. Can you balance a toy on a racket and move through your obstacle course?
- Take Part in the Joe Wicks daily PE lesson. Don't forget to fill up your water bottle before you start!