I hope you all had a lovely weekend and enjoyed the VE Day celebrations. It was lovely to see some of your photos on Tapestry and I was very impressed with all the wonderful decorations and home baking which helped make the day very special.
Well it’s Monday morning again and I have planned a very busy day for us if you choose to try some of the activities. (More details for each task are on Tapestry)
Today’s tasks include:
Handwriting – practise the letter ‘Hh’
Maths – key skills 10 questions for Year 2 and Year 3 (You could try both!)
Fractions, make your own fraction wall and make fractions using everyday objects, make sure they are equal parts and ask permission first!
English – Poetry. Let’s recite the poem ‘ Anyone seen my dragon?’ by James Carter then identify the rhyming words and use them to make silly sentences.
By the end of the week I would like us all to write a poem based on the book ‘Under the love umbrella’
a wonderful book about the joy and comfort that love can bring.
Nature/science – Go on a nature walk with your family and collect some leaves. Can you identify the leaves and label them? Become a leaf expert!
Happy learning and enjoy your day!