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Welcome to Squirrels Page!
We are Ms Stanway and Mrs Hawkes and we are the Squirrels Class Teachers. Mrs Golden, our Teaching Assistant works with us too. We work very closely with the Rabbits class to provide a safe, fun and engaging learning environment.
For the next 2 weeks we are focussing on 'Summer and Transition into Year 1'! Keep up the great work and don't forget to show me what you have been up to or to ask any questions via Tapestry or my email below.
Username – march20
Password – home
Play 'Rocket Rescue' This is good for using your sounding out and blending skills! Start with phase 2 and then move onto phase 3. There are lots of other fun games to play on there too.
Keep going with Reading Eggs, PhonicsPlay, Oxford Owl and Collins too!
Have a think and a chat with your grown up about your time in Reception. This was your first year at school, you started when you were just 4 years old!!! I'd like you you write a sentence about your favourite memory from your time in Rabbits. It might be a friend you made, something we learned about, something funny that you can remember - anything you like! Draw a picture and write a sentence, I can't wait to read them
Make a number bond rainbow!
Number bonds are two numbers that together make a certain number. They are really useful as if we know these off by heart it will help us with lots of different aspects of maths! Start off by making one to 10 and then to 20 if you want a challenge! Pictures below!
Go on a 'Rainbow Treasure Hunt' Use a similar sheet to the one below and whilst out on a walk or in your garden see what natural materials you can collect that match the colours of the rainbow.
Make a seaside in a jar! See the instructions below! Or you could make a seaside on a plate or in a box, whatever you like! Get creative
Here's a lovely story to enjoy about the seaside and friendship... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpJumAZx1t8
Have a go at 'Calypso the Flamingo'!
Sport Challenge - Week Eight
This week's challenge is:
How many socks can you get in the box?
Find a box or basket, any type of container you can find. Find 4 pairs of socks and roll them into a ball. Take 5 steps back from the container, how many socks can you get in the box? If you manage to do all 4, take another step back and see how many you can get in. How many steps back can you go before it becomes too tricky,
Email your results to your teacher and maybe even take a photo of you doing it.
See if you can beat your grown up.
Good luck and have fun!
Reading at home!
I have created class logins for you to read a whole range of FREE books on www.oxfordowl.co.uk Please make use of the free books on here during your time at home.
username: pupil1234 password: year1
On a normal school day the government requires schools to provide children with a minimum of 2 hours of Sports a week. To help you keep your child active during school closures Premiere Education have provided us with an active calendar to follow. There is an activity on there for most days. Exercise is very important for physical and mental well-being, I hope these suggestions will be helpful.
Keep an eye out for the April and May Calendar should we need them.
Thank you Miss Drake