Morning everyone, hoping you're having a good day so far.
Yesterday's weather was interesting! I think I experienced all seasons in one day, sunny and warm, cold and cloudy, rain and really strong wind. Amy and I were nearly blown away when we took Milo for her walk on the beach.
Amy checked in on our cocoons yesterday and reported back that nothing had changed. We are keeping a look out for the cocoons becoming transparent, this is a sign that the butterflies are about to emerge. I will make sure that I have the iPad ready to record when they are nearly ready so you don't miss it.
Below you will find maths and phonics for the day. These activities are linked to our next class text What the Ladybird Heard. Maybe you could read this story today or use the link copied into our maths activities so I can read it to you.
Have a great day ... I wonder what weather we will have in store today.
Happy Thursday boys and girls. Yesterdays weather wasn't the greatest, however it was still extremely warm. Today is Thursday which means one thing... PE day!!!! As always, I have linked Mr. Danquah's PE lessons for you all to start your day with. You're in for a treat today because I have linked 2 seperate videos! He really is working us all super hard.
If you didn't see Mrs Smiths message yesterday, she has also uploaded a video of our what were Caterpillars, but now cacoons. I have also included the link below:
Below is your work for today. I hope you enjoy completing it if you choose to.
Before I sign off, I just wanted to say I am really missing you all, and I want you to know that. I also want you to know just how proud I am of each and every one of you. I know you will all be taking these circumstances in your stride and proving the level of resilience you all ooze! That goes to all of the parents too. Without you, home schooling would not be possible and I just want to say thank you and express my appreciation!
As always, keep shining and keep smiling.