Good morning Hedgehogs
All of your activities for today are below. It is officially a ‘bank holiday’ to celebrate VE Day so please pick and choose which tasks you’d like to do today as they are all optional. You can always come back to them another day.
If you would like to show your child a video to explain what VE Day is remembering, BBC Newsround is a really good website to use as it tells children about world news at an appropriate level. https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround.
Sophia has been getting ready for VE Day. Here she is getting ready for a special VE Day tea party with her teddies.
Your child might also like to do this colouring sheet today…
Mrs Hollis has put together some activities all about VE Day that you can choose from today and over the weekend too. These can be found in a separate school news post.
Lots of families are having a VE Day picnic today in their garden, so if you are one of them then I hope you have a lovely day!
Fine Motor Skills
Can you put little drops of water in the holes on the top of Lego or Duplo?! You can use an eye drop dropper or a cooking pipette if you have one. Or you can dip your finger in to a cup of water and see if you can aim the droplet that forms on the end of your finger in the hole.
Reception – Please continue your phonics sounds from yesterday…
Year 1 – Please carry on with the ‘air’ sound…
Reception – Please write your own sentences to go with each picture from the story in this little book. You don’t have to print it out if you don’t want to. You can do your writing on some paper you have at home or in your home learning book and draw your own pictures. 8th May 2020
Year 1 – Please read all about VE Day and answer the questions. You only need the first three pages of the document. The answers are provided but no cheating please!
Reception – I hope you will have lots of fun making your own playdough to use in maths today! https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Day-5-Hungry-Caterpillar.pdf
Year 1 – Please use the Year 1 BBC Bitesize maths activity for the day, which you will find here… https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zjpqqp3/year-1-and-p2-lessons/1
Please have a go at Jamie’s Brain Breaks today…