Thank you to everybody who has already signed up to Showbie; if you haven’t logged in yet, please make sure you do before Monday.
Showbie will officially begin on Monday 27th April where I will post a video of myself on Showbie explaining the tasks for the week and then you’ll be able to post your work so I can see it. I’m looking forward to it starting!
Here’s a clue to the theme of our first work on Monday:
I have loved looking through your work from last week and am excited to see what you produce for this week. Remember to share any work which you complete this week through Year 2 email address and have a go at some of the learning projects too. Here are some examples:
Write a ‘thank you’ letter to the people who collect your rubbish and recycling.
Write a weather report and use some exciting adjectives.
Write a set of instructions of how a rainbow is made.
I’ve been so impressed with the work you’ve been doing at home! Here are some examples of some superb work:
Over the next few days you will receive information about accessing Showbie to help with your learning at home and how to communicate with me directly.
Here are the steps to help you with finding the app and how to log in once you have your user names and password.
Here are some fun activities for you to try from Cornerstones. Let me know which ones you have tried by commented on this post!
Reception to Year 2 Big Idea weekly challenges-Processes
Have a watch of this beautiful video of all the Robin Hood rainbows; it will really brighten your day!
Good Morning! Have you completed any activities from the Home Learning packs? If so, please comment with what you have completed. You can share a picture so I can see what you have done!
Here are some other things for you to try at home too:
Wake Up Shake Up Nouns and Adjectives
Go around your house and find 10 nouns. What adjectives can you think of to describe each of the nouns you find? Example: plant (green, tall, pretty).
What are their names? Why is the purple character wearing a peg on her nose? Where do you think they are? How does the ogre feel about washing his feet? Do you think the characters are friends?
Think of some adjectives to describe the two characters in the picture below. Now, write three sentences to describe each character.
Practise your doubles with this song. Can you make up your own song about doubles?
Can you remember all the continents in the world? Once you’ve listened to the song, see if you can find 3 countries which live in each continent (apart from Antarctica)? Go on to Google Earth and see if you can locate the countries you’ve found.
What are all the world’s oceans called? Can you locate them on a map? Which countries are they near?
Try some of these fun Science activities at home. Post your pictures of any you have completed in the comment section so I can see!
What other fun activities have you been doing at home? Has anyone read any exciting stories? Has anyone made anything or helped their parents do some baking?
During my lunchtime, I have been playing fetch with Pippa in my garden so we can both get some fresh air.
This afternoon, we worked in teams to make bridges.
This morning we started some mindful colouring to help us relax .
This morning we made some beautiful Mother’s Day cards.