I hope you all had a brilliant Easter Weekend and that you did not eat too much chocolate. Did you have an Easter egg hunt? The weather was lovely and sunny so I hope you managed to get outside for a while to relax in your gardens or go for a walk.
This week there are no new daily maths lessons but click on the rainbow for the holiday fun daily activities. Remember to have a go at the new close up picture on the science page and there is a competition on the DT page to design and win a climbing frame for our school. How proud would you be to say 'I designed our school climbing frame'?
I will continue to add ideas for activities for you to do at home so please keep looking through our subject pages for suggestions that might inspire you.
Keep sending me your photos it is great to see what you are doing and I like to know that you are all keeping safe and healthy.
Take care and have fun
P.S. Well done to Emily for guessing two of our close up images, a flower and a mushroom. Well done to Luzanne for guessing our other close up image was a Blue Tit.
Happy Birthday to Catherine, Emily and Ellie M.
Emily - Building Rainbows with her family
A brilliant idea to use pipe cleaners for your rainbow.
Emily - Maths - fractions of shapes and English - comprehension
Well done you have shaded halves and quarters of shapes and answered lots of questions about Sally. Well done.
PE with Joe Wicks and glitter sand art
Did you enjoy your PE? Is anyone else from Class 2 doing PE with Joe?
I love your rabbit picture, you and he look very happy. Well done.
Unicorn Birthday cake and an Easter Egg Hunt
Wow! What a superb unicorn birthday cake and a lovely tiara.
Princess for the day. Happy Birthday to you.
Looks like your basket is full of chocolate.
A successful Easter egg hunt.
I hope you had a wonderful day with lots of fun.
A busy day
Measuring different objects with a ruler to find out that Simba was the shortest.
Describing a scene and building a rainbow.
I like your use of noun phrases when you described the scene ( e.g. the playful sea lions and the cheeky monkeys) and what a lovely rainbow.
A written review of the television programme The Next Step.
It is a shame that you are missing your dance school, can you join in some of the dancing when you watch The Next Step?
Playing 'What's in the box?' and Maths - fractions
Many different materials were hidden in the box. One at a time and with her eyes shut she felt and described the items to her mum. They had lots of fun doing this.
A super game, well done.
Describe the scene
Well done you have looked closely at the picture and I like the way you have used adjectives to create noun phrases.
An obstacle course
She made an obstacle course in the garden and drew a map with instructions for the course. What a fantastic idea. I can see you are enjoying the fresh air too.
English - tenses and comparisons and
Maths - equivalent fractions
Who is taller than you / the tallest in your family?
A busy day - well done.
Describe the scene
Well done you have looked closely at the picture and I like the way you have started your sentences using time words.
Instructions and Maths - unit fractions
Writing instructions for condensed milk cookies - sounds delicious.
You used imperative (bossy) verbs too. Well done.
Wow! Super sorting.
Three habitats - Rainforest, savannah/ grassland and ocean.
Wow! You have been busy.
Sumdog, Phonicsplay, a beautiful Easter Garden, spelling practise, tricky words, maths Easter multiplication mosaic and wordsearch.
I think the pictures show you enjoyed your Easter chocolate too!