Good Morning Unicorns!
I am reading a book about antigravity.
It is impossible to put down!
See you all at 9:00am for our morning reflection and a look at the day ahead.
The theme this week is forgiveness.
Can you remember the Parable of the Prodigal Son? What does the Parable teach us about forgiveness?
KS2 assembly with Mrs Huotari / Mr Langley at 9:40am
LO: to consolidate work on finding the area of a triangle.
This morning make a start by watching the video ‘Area of a Triangle (3)’ https://vimeo.com/507906973 Remember to stop and pause the video when asked. After you have watched the video please complete the worksheet below:
If you too are struggling with the Maths so far this week, please do get in touch and email me email@example.com
Have a go at one of the following activities in your remote learning book to help you learn this week’s spellings.
Drop Everything And Read
So, drop everything right now, go, and find a nice quiet spot to read. Quick go!
What are you reading now? Let me know firstname.lastname@example.org
Do not forget to check out the adults from Stella Maris reading their favourite stories to you – videos have been uploaded to the ‘Video Resource Centre’. Mine is up (read from a reading den I made at home) and I must say one of my favourites is ‘Mrs Green’s Story – The Rabbit that belonged to Emily Brown. Maybe watch one of those during your DEAR time today.
Tomorrow we will get the chance to speak with and interview the lovely ‘Jenni Jennings’ Children’s author of the series ‘Malice in Underland’ – it is a triology, as you know the first book is out (many of you have a signed copy already) and the sequel is out this Autumn and the third book out next year. Today in your remote learning books, can you plan some questions that you would like to ask her? Here are some ideas of what you could ask questions about:
- Jenni’s inspirations.
- Top tips for story writing.
- Jenni’s training and previous experiences.
- Jenni’s favourite stories or book characters.
My question might be “If you could dress up as a character for world book day this year, who would you, be and why?”
Write a list of questions and be prepared to share them over Zoom at 12:00pm. Do not worry if you do not get lots done, we can always work together as a whole class.
Here is a link for an interview Jenni Jennings did last year – if you would like a sneak peek.
Join me at 12:00pm for our Zoom call before lunch – We will be planning questions to ask Jenni Jennings for our ‘Meet an Author’ zoom tomorrow!
‘Stella Maris made a Rainbow’
Did you enjoy ‘The World made a Rainbow’ story today?
We want to make a beautiful shining rainbow at Stella Maris – can you make a rainbow that you can bring into school when we open on Monday 8th March? Here are some ideas of rainbow crafts for you to have a go at this afternoon.
Book Week - Choose one of the following afternoon activities:
Hope you have all had a lovely day! I am really looking forward to our Zoom calls tomorrow – especially our ‘Meet and Author’ one with Jenni Jennings.
Mrs Jessup. xx