Good Morning everyone. Did you have a good weekend? Here at 'Stone Towers' we have trying to get outside as much as possible after all the rain! It is Sarah-Louise's birthday on Saturday so we are trying to plan lots of surprises hopefully the weather will be nice and we are going to put up the tent in the garden and have an overnight camping adventure! Have you made a den recently or do you have a tent you have tried in the garden? Camping can be lots of fun especially if you can toast some marshmallows before bed!
This week we are moving onto a new topic of mini beasts. My inspiration came from all the snails in my garden at the moment and I have started off our week by setting up a home for them - there are some pictures below.
I hope you all have a lovely week and enjoy our mini beasts topic. Missing you all lots, keep sharing those pictures on Tapestry.
Love and lots of hugs Mrs Stone, Mrs Clews, Mrs Farrow and Mrs Bowler.
How have you been doing with the Joe Wicks? It has certainly made us feel more wide awake on the days in school. So, today it is a bit of Boogie Beebies and some Joe Wicks to get our hearts pumping and keep us fit and healthy.
'Cool'Activity' - Have a look at the 'What am I?' minibeaast powerpoint below. What sort of words can you use to describe what you can see? Here are some ideas - smooth, hairy, wriggly. (Parents we are again looking at increasing vocabulary).
'Hot' Activity - There is a new sound to learn today. Please log into espresso (username student27931 password sjkeele) using the link below. This will take you to the letter sound 'j'. See what Scrap has to tell you about this letter and then try one of the initial sound games or the worksheet below.
We are all going to start by doing the same activity today with some construction. I was watching some of the snails crossing my driveway this morning and I thought how brilliant it would be if they had their own little bridge!
So I would like you to try and construct a mini bridge. You can use any material you like such as card, pasta, lolly sticks. I have added some pictures to give you an idea, but use your imagination and look at what shapes you are using and how they fit together.