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Daily Reflection: Our focus this week is 'Forgiveness'

It takes a really strong person to say I am sorry to someone they have upset or hurt, and an even stronger person to forgive. Think about about a time that you have had to say sorry to someone and a time when you have forgiven someone:


"If you don't forgive sins, what will you do with them?" John 20:23

Good Morning Imps,

Happy World book Day……..we hope that you have a wonderful day with lots of reading!!!! Keep checking all of the events that are going on and try to take part in as many of them as you can. 

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:

This morning have a go at some African weaving. For this activity you will need some paper and some scissors. Take an A4 piece of paper and fold in half, from top to bottom. On the fold, cut strips halfway up the page and stop. Open up the paper and you should have a piece of paper with slits in it. Then cut some separate strips of paper (colourful paper would work well) and then use these strips to weave in and out of the paper you cut first.


Reading Challenge Four for Book Week: 

Make a special reading den to read your favourite book in. 

Don’t forget to take a photograph and send it for the whole school reading challenge. 



Ask your adult or older brother or sister to read you the ‘I feel a rainbow’ poem which can be found in the resources. Listen carefully to the feelings that you hear and the colours also. What did pink make them feel? What colour did they think of when they felt happy? Choose a colour from the rainbow and think about how that colour makes you feel or what it makes you think of. Draw pictures and write a sentence showing the colour you have chosen and how it makes you feel. You may feel happy when you think of the colour yellow and it might make you think of daffodils, the sun, ice cream, your favourite teddy bear etc. 



Complete the rainbow worksheet found in the resources. Firstly, colour the rainbow with the rainbow colours, you can then use this to help you create some number bonds to 10. Use the rainbow strips to help you find two numbers that make 10. If you are unable to print out the worksheet then you could just create your own by drawing a rainbow and putting the numbers in the clouds. 



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, ng, ee, igh, oa, oo, ar and ai). Today we are going to revisit 

the ng sound which is often found at the end of words. Can you think of any ng words? Can you draw some pictures of objects with the ng sound in? In the resources you will find an ng worksheet to have a go at, you need to decide which words are real and which words are alien words. If you need reminding how the ng sounds, use the following link:


Afternoon activity:

Grow your own rainbow!!! For this task you will need some kitchen roll, felt tip pens, and a bowl of water.

On the end of your kitchen towel, use the felt tip pens to mark the kitchen towel about 3cm up from the bottom with each colour. Gently place the end of the kitchen roll into the water, holding it from the top. Watch the rainbow grow up the paper! How amazing!!!! Leave your kitchen roll somewhere to dry. 

If you wanted to, you could cut your kitchen towel into a rainbow shape and then try. If you do this, you will need a paper clip at the top of the rainbow to hold your kitchen towel, otherwise it may break. 



Mrs Jukes x