“The Lord has forgiven you, so you must also forgive.”
Sit quietly for a few minutes and listen to some calming music. Think about forgiveness and what it means. You can think of a prayer to say with your grown up
You can see the input for this lesson on Zoom at 9.30 (details of log in have been sent on the App).
Learning Objective: I can count in 2s.
Resources: 50 frame (attached below), colouring pens
There is no worksheet today.
Today’s phonics session will be at 11am on Zoom. Please see log in details that were sent in an App message.
Today we will be looked at alternative pronunciations of the "er" grapheme.
Learning Objective: I can draw a book cover.
As it is Book Week, can you choose your favourite book and draw it’s cover or perhaps you could draw a new version of the book cover. Please send them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Book Week Activity
Watch our book week story on the link below.
Have a chat to a grown-up about how you have felt during the time when we haven’t all been able to go to school or see our friends and family.
Think about the words of the story “All rain storms must end and this rain storm will too.” How do these words relate to our world at the moment?
Find out how rainbows are made by watching the clip below.
Make your very own rainbow. Use whatever materials you like. Perhaps you could use bits of coloured card or paper or pages from old magazines. However you make your rainbow please send a photo of it to me email@example.com We are going to make a display of our rainbows outside the hall. When you come back next week you will be able to see them.