First week back in school for the Leopards and they have been brilliant! It’s been lovely to see them again and catch-up on all the important stuff; teeth that have come out, new pets, new skills…it’s been non-stop!
Day 1 Zog
Day 2 Zog
Day 3 Zog
Day 4 Zog
Day 5 Zog
Paws, Claws and Whiskers
Big cats, small rats, tiny fleas and buzzing bees!
This half term, we’re going to discover that animals come in all shapes and sizes! We will meet animal owners which will allow us to ask and answer questions, share information about the pets we have at home and write animal information booklets.
We’ll study animal artwork, draw detailed animal pictures to capture their special features and make collages, sculptures and prints. Famous animal fables will make us laugh, and we will have fun reading them aloud. We’ll spot similarities and differences between animals, look at different habitats around the world and investigate camouflage. Designing a zoo is even on the agenda!
At the end of our project, we’ll share our work with you! An exhibition of our amazing artwork and performances of animal songs, with musical accompaniment, will allow you to take a walk on the wild side with us. We will also share our knowledge of animals and recite amusing rhymes that may include an animal noise or two!
Help your child prepare for their project
Animals are amazing! Why not take photos of a favourite pet together and describe their habits, likes and dislikes? You could also put bird food in the garden and visit a local park or nature reserve for a spot of bird watching. Make a note of their markings and features then use a simple spotting book or app to identify different species.
Week 1 Activities
EYFS Handwriting Week 1
Day 1 The Snail And The Whale
Day 2 The Snail And The Whale
Day 3 The Snail And The Whale
Day 4 The Snail And The Whale
Day 5 The Snail And The Whale
An Amazing Half Term!
Thank you so much for your hard work and support. The children have produced so much beautiful work, I hope you are very proud of them?! Here are some of this weeks photos that have been sent in to finish off our “Why do Ladybirds Have Spots?”.
I want to thank everyone for their huge effort and support through this time at home. You are all doing so well. I just wanted to say if your child is showing some resentment, you do not need to be doing all of this work and putting unnecessary pressure on yourself and your child. If you are struggling, take a break and come back to it. We are all feeling the same. Nobody will mind! Just keep talking to us. Jo xx
EYFS- Week 3
EYFS Handwriting Week 3 u and y
Year 1- Week 3
Handwriting Year 1 Week 3
Year 1 Spelling Week 3