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Summer 1 Learning

Week beginning 1st June 2020

What do you do when you see a bee? I have to admit, I'm always a little worried that I will get stung. But bees do an amazing job, see if you can find out what bees do for us. Maybe you already know somethings...

 

Week beginning 18th May 

This week's focus is going to be snails. When out for a walk,  you might find a snail to look at. I think they are fascinating!

William found a snail and made it comfortable while he looked at it. He then returned it to where he found it.

William found a snail and made it comfortable while he looked at it. He then returned it to where he found it. 1

Week beginning 11th May

I thought this week we might look at ants. They are quite difficult to study as they never stop moving!

 

Week beginning: 4th May 2020

This week we are looking at the book ‘The Bad-Tempered Ladybird.

You can listen to the book on youtube.

The BAD Tempered Ladybird is grumpy and not very kind to the other animals. Why don’t you try to be a friendly ladybird and do 3 kind things for someone in your house.

Which is your favourite animal in the story? Can you draw or make on?

Have a go at the maths activity sheets.

Look for ladybirds or any minibeasts in your garden or when you go on a walk.

Try and draw some minibeasts.

 

Remember you can post your learning on Tapestry or email me photos so I can see it.

 

Take care and stay safe everyone.

I thought this week we would look at 'The Bad Tempered Ladybird'. Have you felt bad tempered during this lock down, I know I have at times. Listen to this youtube reading of the book and then have a go at the activities. Remember you do not have to print off the sheets, they are just there to give you an idea of things you can do.

Have fun!

 

https://uk.video.search.yahoo.com/yhs/search?fr=yhs-avg-fh_lsonsw&hsimp=yhs-fh_lsonsw&hspart=avg&p=the+bad+tempered+ladybird+youtube#id=1&vid=9a9bcd7e4e8c2fb756350fc9c5d007fa&action=click

Last week we looked at The Very Hungry Caterpillar so I thought this week you might like to explore butterflies. Listen to the story and watch the short film of 'Oh My, Oh My - a Butterfly!' a Cat in the Hat book by Tish Rabe. There are some activities for you to choose. REMEMBER, you don't have to print them. You can copy the idea onto paper or just talk about the activities.

Sophie E and Kendyll have been exploring butterflies already!

Sophie E and Kendyll have been exploring butterflies already!  1 Sophie saw these beautiful butterlies on a walk
Sophie E and Kendyll have been exploring butterflies already!  2 Kendyll's toilet roll craft for the school fb page

Please listen to the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar first. Then have a go at the challenges.  You don't have to print out any work to do it.  You can just talk it through with an adult or write it on a plain piece of paper!

Maths booklet- please dont feel you need to print off, just use as a guide if preferred!

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