Our topic for this term is:
Spring and New Beginnings
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|Colour the farm.pdf||Download|
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|Emma's Lamb workbook.pdf||Download|
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31/03/2020. Good morning lovely Wild Bankers. There has been loads of good stuff happening on Purple Mash and Tapestry for the last few days, and you are all making us teachers very proud. I have particularly enjoyed dancing along to the music you have been making and there were some brilliant giraffes created from our virtual trip to the zoo. I have been adding copies of some of the lovely work to the gallery so that we can all enjoy it. Don't forget the story of the week is Emma's Lamb. You can watch it then complete day two of your meet and greet book, or write and draw the answers in your purple book.
30/03/2020. Tonight’s bedtime story is ‘We Are Wearing Out the Naughty Step’ by Mick Inkpen, because it makes me laugh and I would think there are a fair few Wild Bank Mummies feeling like this by now. Good night everyone and sleep well x
30/03/2020 Good morning everyone! This week's story of the week is Emma's Lamb by Kim Lewis. It's a story all about a little girl who is growing up on a farm. It is spring and the new lambs are being born (exactly like around here). Sometimes the lambs get separated from their mums (the ewes), and this story is what happens when Emma tries to help. Watch the story then download the meet and greet book for the week. You can either print it off to complete, or you can draw the pictures and answer the questions in your purple books.
As we had planned to go to the farm on Wednesday, we are having a farm themed week. Here is a game to play identifying the different farm animals by the noise they make. Farm game https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/puzzles/down-on-the-farm-animal-sounds-quiz
Justin went to the Farm on Something Special so we can all have a virtual trip to the farm together.
A PE activity for you... Work out with Shaun the sheep!
Baa baa black sheep karaoke. I'd love to see videos of you joining in uploaded to tapestry x
29/03/2020. Here's tonight's story. It's one that should be familiar to you all as it's one that we had in the Autumn term as the book of the week. Enjoy your story my lovelies. I'll be back tomorrow with lots more activities, the story of the week and next week's meet and greet book. Sleep well everyone xxx
28/03/2020 I hope you've all had a nice relaxing day today. Tonight's bedtime story is Winnie at the seaside. I wish I had a magic wand like Winnie, don't you? x
An easy recipe for cake for you to make with your grownup. Please post photos on Tapestry if you follow this recipe, so I can have some virtual cake! My favourite x
An energy boosting exercise video from Joe Wicks
We use these mindful yoga recordings in class. It can take us a while to settle, but these lovely visualisations are calming and settling and often end up with several children falling asleep. Find a quiet place, close the curtains, remove distractions and get comfy for a quarter of an hour's peace. I love these sessions with the children, as I take time to join in and relax too x
Some happy yoga for you to try
28/03/2020 Good morning lovelies. Happy Saturday to you all. As its the weekend, there won't be loads of work going up today. I have added a couple of shape worksheets to go with Miss Daniels' Shape Hunt video. You can follow all these ideas by drawing them in your purple book if you don't have a printer, so don't worry. Just click on the links to look at the ideas. It's up to you- you can have a go over the weekend, or save them for Monday. It would be nice to use your home school books instead this weekend to update your diary. Don't forget that we are living in modern history right now, and children will be reading about us in their history books at school in the future. You could contribute to that. I'll be back later with your bed time story. Have a lovely day everyone. xxx
27/03/20 Good Evening everyone! Sorry for not being active today, I hope you are all doing well. Here is a little video my mum and I filmed for you yesterday, I hope you enjoy it! x
27/03/2020 Well, its the end of a very unusual school week. I have found it very strange not seeing you all every day. Please make sure that you log on to Tapestry regularly so that I can see you and can follow your lovely antics. How many of us went to Chester Zoo today on a virtual tour? I loved the giraffes, and have uploaded a brilliant giraffe portrait done by Ella to the gallery. Tonight's bedtime story is 'We Love Bunk Beds' by Paula Metcalf. Can you remember the signs for elephant and bunk beds?. Sleep well my little lovelies and take care of yourselves and your families. x
27/03/2020 Click on the link to visit Chester Zoo Live. To stay in keeping with the theme of the week, can you look out for signs of spring while we admire the animals? They're going to the Rothschild's Giraffes at 11:00. Can you draw me a giraffe in your purple book, or maybe on Purple Mash?
21/03/2020 Have a look at the website Oxford Owl at home with your child. If you sign up for free, there are hundreds of free ebooks for your child to read which are directly from our school reading scheme.
Children who have been working at phase 2 with Ms Hill have been using the phonics songbirds and project x as guided reading texts. Children working with Miss Daniels and Miss May (all of FS2) have been bringing home reading scheme books regularly so they should be familiar with them. If you do use them (and we encourage daily reading) please write which books you have used and comment in your reading record as you normally would.
19/03/2020. I have set up accounts for all children in FS2 to access some online stories. You can read them yourself or get them to read aloud to you. You should have an invitation email from Epic! telling you what to do. https://www.getepic.com/app/edu-dashboard. FS1 to follow shortly so check your inboxes and watch out in your spam x Ms Hill x
Well, school closure did happen, but Wild Bank continues to fill me with Joy. It is a delight to get so much feedback from you all. We are working hard to provide you with activities, stories, videos and support at our end and are being hugely rewarded by the feedback you are leaving on Purple Mash, Tapestry and via email. Where it is suitable, we are collecting pieces of your work and photographs and adding them to our gallery page. Each weekend, the main Foundation Stage page will be remade, and the week's work moved to another page headed with the date of the week. This is because we know that in Foundation stage we like to go back and repeat activities, reread stories and try things again, so your work suggestions will all still be there, but this page will start fresh and new each week.
Please keep logging on to this page to collect more ideas and activities, and don't forget to use your tapestry app too to share photos of what you have been up to while we are not together.
Stay safe and well everyone and we will see you soon, love Ms Hill, Miss Daniels, Miss May and Mr Fletcher.
Bluebell is our class rabbit. Pupils help care for our rabbit, and we discuss the importance of caring for our pets and our environment. Bluebell enjoys exploring our outdoor play area with the children too. At the moment she is playing out in Ms Hill's garden with Daffodil and Nutmeg