Daily Reflection: Our focus this week is 'Understanding'
As you listen to the music, try to understand that sometimes everyone needs to be looked after. Sometimes people just need a hug or a smile to help them:
"The lord is not slow in keeping his promise, as some understand slowness. Instead he is patient." 2 Peter
We made it to the end of another week!! This weekend is a very special one because it is Kevin's birthday on Sunday...Wishing you a wonderful birthday on Sunday Kevin. Mrs Jukes, Mrs Crompton, Mrs Green and Mrs Phelps will be thinking of you and may even have a piece of cake to celebrate!!
Start of the day:
Listen to our good morning song:
Fine Motor Skills:
Listen to our crocodile snap song using the following link and get those hands ready:
Today you choose which activity which you would like to complete. You can either use some cardboard to cut out a shape e.g. a rainbow and then wrap it in wool or string. Can you wrap the whole shape really carefully? Can you cover all of the shape? Or you can use some string, wool, pipe cleaners to thread beads, pasta, cheerios etc. This will really help you build the muscles in your hands.
Can you choose a book to read quietly somewhere in your house? Maybe you could make a reading den for you read your book quietly. Ask your adult first if you can make a reading den!
Today we are thinking about the story from the Bible when Mary and Jesus took Jesus to the temple. Watch the video using the following link to find out about the story:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ho_3gvIWzbw I will also be reading the story during our zoom lesson.
This story is really important because it reminds us that Jesus is the light of the world. Make a candle shape out of paper to remind you of what we have learnt. You could decorate your candle and you could also write Jesus’ name on it too.
Today is our last day thinking about 2d shapes. Can you remember all of the shape names and what they look like? Look at the list of 2d shapes we have learnt his week and either use some cotton buds or some pasta spaghetti strips to make each of these shapes. Or you could cut strips of paper or wool to use. Are some shapes easier than others? Which shapes did you find the trickiest to make?
Revise all of your phase 2 sounds and the phase 3 sounds that we have learnt so far: j, v, w and z, x, y, qu, ch, th, sh and ng.
Today is tricky word day. Can you remember any tricky words from last week? Last weeks tricky words were I, no, go, the, to, she and he. Can you read them from the tricky word’s poster found in the resources? This week we are thinking about the tricky words we, me, and, the, to. Write these words down somewhere and display them in your house, keep checking that you recognise the words. Have a go at the tricky words game using the following link:
Make a card for someone to make them smile! You will need to fold a piece of paper in half and draw a beautiful picture on the front. Inside you could write to…… and from……
It would be lovely if you could put the card in the post for that person, I think it will really make their day.
Mrs Jukes x