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Week 1 - 23/3/20

27/3/20

Good morning everyone. Did anyone go to their front door and clap for the NHS last night? If you did I hope you felt very proud of all the workers who are looking after the ill while we are staying at home.

Today Mrs Lamb has set you some challenges. 

  1.  Write some labels for things around the house - use your phonics to segment the sounds in the words e.g. "c-u-b-d = cupboard", "t-ai-b-u-ll = table"
  2. Have you made a rainbow to stick in your front window yet? Draw, paint, colour, stick a rainbow so that you can display it in your front window and put some positive words alongside it e.g. happy, safe etc.
  3. This job will help your grownups, help write the shopping list. Mrs Lamb keeps forgetting things when she visits the shops and is starting her own shopping list so that she remembers to buy everything she needs. Remember to use you phonics to segment the sounds e.g "m-i-l-k, s-a-l-u-d, b-ee-n-s"

Don't forget to keep reading your school books and other books on your book shelf. Mr Hughes will be live at 6:30 on the @RBPSF2 twitter page with another bedtime story. Enjoy going outside in the garden if you can; try to spot some different birds and research what they are called, plant some seeds or plants and do a bit of digging (if you're allowed to).

Have a lovely weekend, stay safe and see you all soon.

 

26/3/20

Hello everyone, we hope you are well and enjoying this lovely weather. Mrs Jones has set you a challenge for today, she would like you to set up your own toyshop using your own toys. Can you write labels for each object in your shop and put a price on it too. She thought you could make your own money too so that you can pay for things in the shop. When it is all set up, have a go at being the shopkeeper and let your grownups buy something and you can also swap roles.

You can also watch Mr Hughes read a bedtime story at 6:30 tonight. You can vote for which story you would like him to read, just follow this link: https://bit.ly/3dBusf5

Keep checking on here regularly for updates and challenges at home and if you can look at our twitter page @RBPSF2 for daily videos. Stay safe everyone.

 

25/3/20

Hello everyone. If you haven't seen the daily video on our twitter page, here are the challenges for today set by Mrs Lamb.

  1. Play I spy in your house and garden.
  2. Who has the biggest hands and feet in your house?
    1. Draw a picture of them and label who they belong to
    2. Sort pairs of shoes for everyone in your house from biggest to smallest
  3. Go on a number hunt around your house. Can you read different numbers on things you find? How many different numbers can you find?
  4. Use a clock in your house to read the different numbers, what is the biggest/smallest number? What number comes after the biggest number?
  5. Write a letter to the Easter bunny or make an Easter card.

We hope you are enjoying some of the different challenges we have set so far. Don't forget to keep reading your reading books we have sent home and share books from your book shelf. Mr Hughes will be reading a bed time story at 6:30pm tonight, but you can also share your own bedtime story at home too. Stay safe everyone.

 

23/3/20

Hello everyone. We hope you are all well. There are lots of ideas for you to be doing at home from last week and you can see them all below. Mr Hughes posted a video this morning with some additional ideas to do and he will be posting more videos too. You can watch the video here: https://bit.ly/3ae63tO 

 

19/3/20

Today the children in class were very keen to learn how to make their own playdough for when they are at home. We told them we would share our recipe so that they can create their own unique recipe by adding additional ingredients (peppermint, glitter, food colouring, spices etc). This would be a lovely activity to do together before children can make their own sculptures and learning about following instructions.

 

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 a cup of salt
  • 1 cup of flour
  • 1 tablespoon of cream of tartar
  • 1 tablespoon of oil (vegetable, sunflower etc)
  • 1 cup of boiled water 

Method

  1.  Add all dry ingredients in bowl
  2.  Mix together vigorously with the hot water - it not look like it is working but keep going and it will bind together.

 

Let it stand before rolling it out and modelling. Don't forget to keep it in a sealed bag to keep it fresh. Tweet us pictures of your models to @RBPSF2

 

 

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