I hope that you’ve all had a great week, as it’s been a bit more rainy it’s been a good excuse to stay extra cosy and do a few fun activities inside! Have you all picked up your home learning packs? I would love to see pictures of your beans as they grow. Here is a picture of mine now, I haven’t needed to water it very much as it hasn’t been very sunny. Can you see the roots beginning to sprout from my bean?
Well done to this week’s Busy Bees. I would also like to say a big well done to Joseph Cummings and Poppy Bell who have now reached 10 Busy Bees awards!
Joseph has had another busy week! He has created another fantastic frog life cycle and managed to recreate the ‘m’ sound using lots of different things at home. Not forgetting some lovely family time with brother Trevin too!
Olivia was very excited to pick up her home learning pack and has planted her bean already. I look forward to hearing updates of how it grows Olivia!
Wow Mackensie, I can’t believe how tall your sunflower plant has grown. You must have been taking great care of it! Mackensie has also followed the instructions carefully to plant her bean at home!
Poppy has worked so hard on creating an amazing pond for frogs, it looks so beautiful Poppy! Poppy has also picked up her home learning pack and very excited with the new addition to the ‘Bumblebell family’.
This week in R.E the whole school will be thinking of ‘Love’.
I wonder, what love might mean to you? There are lots of different types of love, I wonder if you can think of any? There is the love between brothers and sisters and other family members, love between friends, love you have for your favourite food, toys or the love you feel for your pets.
Watch: There are many examples of love in films.
Buzz and Woody in Toy Story:
Elsa saving Anna in Frozen:
Perhaps you could watch the whole film with your family!
TASK: You will need a grown up to help you.
Draw around your hands and then cut them out, but keep the two hands joined together. Can you see the heart in the middle of the two hands?
Write the names of people you love on each hand. This could be family or friends.
Maybe you could hold this when you are saying your prayers
Some of the Acorns who will be moving up to Oak Class in September will be going into school a little bit from next week. The classroom looks a bit funny, but there will still be lots of toys to play with that you will recognise! Here are some photos:
The teachers you will see are Miss Hoban, Mrs Long, Miss Elenwo and Miss Goswell:
Have a wonderful weekend Acorns, I miss you all!