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Hi Everyone, we hope you are staying safe and keeping busy. Miss Roberts and I have been delighted to see some of you sending in your challenges. We will keep up the daily videos so please give them a go. If you have any questions please email us on email@example.com.
Thank you so much for all the lovely photos that you have been sending in of the children. It really has been wonderful to see how the children are getting on and to also see how well they have been doing at home. We have loved seeing the children adapting their work and using our YouTube page to help them.
Please do keep sending them in as it is fantastic to see their faces.
Here are a few photos of what the children have been up to lately.
Over the last couple of days we have received some wonderful emails from our parents showing us what the children have been doing at home. It has been lovely to read that the children are happy and safe and also enjoying doing some work from home. We hope that you are still enjoying the videos that we are creating and we would love to see some examples of the activities that you have all been doing at home.
Ashton has been very busy practising his phonics. He has been building cvc and cvcc words using these frames. Well done, Ashton!
Scarlett is looking beautiful dressed up as a Princess as she creates her own magical ice block using materials that she found in her garden. It looks fantastic, Scarlett!
Some more work has been handed in and we can see that one of our children has also been working very hard as he has been filling in the gaps from these words. A fabulous effort!
Please do keep sending in pictures of your work. We are really enjoying hearing from you and it certainly helps us during this time as well as we are missing every single one of you.
If you do have any questions about how you can help your child or would like any more work/ideas, please do feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you as soon as we possibly can.
Miss Roberts and Mr Storey
Can you make a pretty ice cube? Will you take inspiration from Frozen or can you find something better to use?
Can you make a spider move. Follow our instructions above to see how it's done.
You will need: