Daily Reflection: Our daily focus is 'Forgiveness'
How do you show someone that you have forgiven them? Maybe you give them a smile or a hug? Think about the questions as you listen to the song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OmYhgvwQa8
"He only is my rock and my salvation, my fortress; I shall not be shaken." Psalm 62:6
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:
If you have a ball at home that you could use that would be wonderful! Today try bouncing the ball, catching the ball and throwing the ball. If you have someone at home that could help, you could throw and catch the ball between you. Make sure you are not stood too far away from each other and you do not throw the ball too hard. Don’t give up if you keep dropping the ball, you can do it!
Reading Challenge Three for Book Week:
Read a book wearing a silly hat or fancy head dress! Take a picture and send it to me.
Using the colours of the rainbow, I would like you to write your name on a strip of paper, clearly and a good size. Make your name nice and colourful. Do you remember, you wrote your name when you first came into the Imps and it would be wonderful to compare and see how far you have come on. Keep your rainbow names and bring them to school on Monday 8th with you, then we can look at your name then and now! We will stick your rainbow names on the wall.
Today we are thinking about the words long and short. If you haven’t yet made an African snake using an old sock, then you can try that. Using an old sock see if you can make either a sort or long (depending on your sock size) snake. You will need to stuff the sock with paper, tissue or whatever you have at home. Tie the end of the sock with an elastic band or old hair bobble. Or you could sew the end! Decorate your snake.
If you have made a sock snake already then try making a long or short snake with paper/card/a paper plate and I will show you how to do this in our zoom lesson. If you are unable to attend the zoom lesson, you will find the steps using the following link:
Your African snake can be as colourful as you like.
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 sound ‘ee.’ How many words can you think of with the ‘ee’ sound in? Can you write some of these words down and can you draw some pictures to go with these words? In the resources you will find an ‘ee’ worksheet that you might like to have a go at. You need to look at the pictures and choose the correct word. If you need reminding of how to make the ‘ee’ sound, use the following link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zvq9bdm/articles/zn9q92p
Create a beautiful sponge rainbow picture. For this activity you will need an old sponge just like the one in the picture below and some paints (the colours of the rainbow). If you turn the sponge over to the soft side and paint a small strip of each colour down it. Use the sponge to then move across the paper, creating your beautiful rainbow. If you can, remember to make the arch shape of the rainbow!
If you do not have a sponge or paint at home, then have a go at the rainbow scavenger hunt! Happy rainbow hunting!!!
Mrs Jukes x