Have a listen to the story. Over the Summer holidays, can you try to make up your own version of the story? Where would you go on holiday? What might you see there? What might you do there? Who would you visit? What animals are there? How would you get there? What would you pack in your suitcase? Do a little project to find out about it and send it in to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. You could record yourself reading your story or post your pictures on the school blog.
Can you read sentences?
We've been reading dinosaur sentences today!
We learned about volcanoes as part of Spanish week. Here we made our own erupting volcano. Have a go at making your own by going to : Www.nhm.ac.uk/discover/how-to-make-a-volcano.html
Have a go at learning your number bonds with this wonderful song that a friend of mine taught me. Try to use your fingers to count along. You could even send me a film of you singing it at email@example.com.
The Tiger Who Came to Tea by Judith Kerr is one of Mrs Atkinson's favourite children's stories. Watch to hear the story and see the lovely illustrations on each page. We hope you enjoy it!
What an amazing day we had in school with our visiting steel-pan workshop and assembly! The music was tremendous and could be heard throughout the school. It was so inspiring and uplifting that our whole school ended up doing a long conga in the hall! Definitely a day to remember for all the right reasons :-)