We hope you’ve had a good Easter break and enjoyed the beautiful weather.
We will continue to put work on our Seesaw accounts daily, and love it when you send photos/videos of the work and activities the children have been doing – Thank you, it really is keeping us sane!
The work will also be posted on the website, to try and reach out to all of our parents in Reception, but please continue to use Seesaw to send messages/photos and videos.
We hope you are enjoying our daily stories (during term-time) – Mrs Casswell’s class have got ‘Six Dinner Sid’, ‘Duck in the Truck’ and ‘Where’s my Teddy’ to look forward to this week 🙂
Can’t wait to see you all soon, but please stay safe and take care.
Mrs Casswell & Mrs Geran.
You can do these with your child on the screen if that’s easier. The tricky word search could also be done with one of your books – just try to spot some of the listed tricky words. Children could also keep an eye out for I, the, to, no, go, into.
There are some examples on this sheet for activities, but you could use anything that’s convenient…e.g crisps/raisins/grapes at lunchtime, stones/pebbles outside etc.
This is a STEM challenge – and links to the worldwide ‘Rainbow’ theme, reminding us all to try to stay positive and have hope. It is also a way to express our thanks to the front line staff, who are all working so hard, in such uncertain times.