9.00 If you are available, join our teams call to say 'hello' and hear about some of today's activities!
Today, join in with a 'PE with Joe' exercise class. They start at the same time as our class meeting, so you can rewind and watch from the start. Here is a link to Joe Wicks' channel - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyCLoPd4VxBuS4UeyHMccVAjpWaNbGomt
Here is the link to this week’s White Rose Maths videos - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/early-years/alive-in-5-week-2/. Today is session 1.
This week you might need a bucket or bag for hiding objects and a few small items/counters.
Time for a bit of a break and maybe a snack! Make sure you are really helpful and you tidy up all your things when you have finished!
Mrs Evans has made a matching game. Can you choose the word that matches the picture?
Time for lunch! You could help cook your lunch or get things ready if your grown up thinks you can do it safely. After you have eaten, see if you can tidy all your things away just like you do at school!
Then have some time to relax, ask your grown ups what will fit in with your family life!
2.00 - If you are able to, join all our teachers and the children in school for a teams call!
Fine Motor Skills
Fine motor skills - Button challenge
DT - Landmarks around the world
The Starfish Story
One evening, a man was walking along a beach when he spotted a young boy down by the shore. The man noticed that the beach was littered with starfish that had been washed up by a storm. The starfish were now stranded, with no hope of returning to the sea. As the man watched the boy, he noticed that the boy was picking up the starfish one at a time and throwing them back into the sea. The man was a bit puzzled. How did the boy think he could help by throwing back one starfish at a time when there were so many starfish in need of saving? It was an impossible task!
The man walked across the sand to meet the boy. ‘What are you doing?’ the man asked.
‘Saving the starfish,’ the boy replied.
‘But how can you?’ responded the man. ‘There are so many here to save! What difference can you make?’
The boy picked up a starfish lying close to his feet and threw it back into the sea. As the starfish splashed into the water, the boy said, ‘Well, I made a difference to that one!’
Mrs Gogarty will be reflecting on this story on Teams call at 2pm today!