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Home Learning Day 61

Complete the first day of the wellbeing diary. You could then continue it each day this week. The wellbeing diary is also saved in the files section of Microsoft teams – emotional wellbeing.

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Declan’s Home Learning

Declan has been working hard at home today to plan a story and practice his maths. He also did some great spellings! Great work Declan, well done!

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Home Learning Day 48

Draw a picture of what you would like to be when you’re older, and write some sentences about it.

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Declan’s Home Learning

Well done Declan for doing some fantastic ice-exploration and for being a super speller this week! Great home learning!

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Home Learning Day 39

Add sound effects to a favourite story. You could have a specific sound or song for each main character as they appear in the story. You could have a sound effect each time a cue word is used e.g. “magic” etc. You could use sound effects from the internet, instruments, vocal sounds or environmental/household objects. […]

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Callum’s Home Learning

What a lovely surprise to receive this letter from Callum through the post! Thank you so much Callum, what a wonderful letter and fantastic writing! If anyone else wants to send a letter to the school we’d love to receive it, and will make sure that we write back!

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Declan’s Home Learning

Declan has written this fantastic story! He planned it out and then thought carefully about the beginning, the middle and the end. Great writing Declan – and what a funny story!

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Betty’s Home Learning Day 33

Make a den! You could make one outside or inside. Use your imagination – your den could be a location from your favourite story, a rocket that can take you up into space or a castle to protect you from dragons! Email your photos to Mrs Aston or comment on the blog to let us […]

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Betty’s Home Learning Day 23

Learn and perform a poem! This could be a nursery rhyme or a favourite poem from a book. There are lots of ideas here: https://www.panmacmillan.com/blogs/books-for-children/best-poems-for-children-julia-donaldson Or you could write one of your own, memorise it and perform it! We’d love you to email Mrs Aston some videos of your poetry performances that we can put […]

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Betty’s Home Learning Day 15

Can you write a haiku about Spring? Haikus are poems that have 3 lines. The first line has 5 syllables, the second has 7 syllables, and the third has 5 syllables. Here’s Betty’s haiku about Spring: Flowers are in bloom, The garden is beautiful, Sunshine and Showers Email Mrs Aston with your haikus or post […]

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