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................Start times for Yrs 1, 4 & 5 pupils (8.30am).......................Start times for FS, Yrs 2, 3 & 6, pupils (8.40am)..........................Please follow directions issued on the site map (Parents/Letters)...........Full uniform expected...............Limited selection of hot meals available..................Packed Lunches optional.............No face coverings required for pupils................One bag allowed to be used..............Thank You for your support and patience with changes............................................

8th June - 12th June

We hope that you enjoyed listening to the 'Oi' stories last week and practising rhyming.

This week I have got some froggy type activities for you to do...

and some other fun things too.

 

Why don't you have a go at making your own 'Oi' book! - there is a folder below with a few ideas about how to make your own book.

 

Write a sentence on each page and add an illustration to match e.g.

Cats sit in hats.
Foxes sit in boxes.
Dogs sit on logs.
Just remember to use all your Y1 non-negotiables.

If you'd like to be creative - make a frog and write the instructions to tell us how you made it.

Remember to use those special words that we practised a few weeks ago,

and use your Year 1 non-negotiables...

I've put a few ideas in the folder below... but get creative!

 

Why don't you learn about the life cycle of a frog and tell us about what you have learnt.

I have added some resources below.

You could use the sheets as they are or cut them up and turn them into

a poster,

 another mini book,

or even some art - just look at these!!!

Be a riddler...

 

I have written some riddles about some animals that were in the 'Oi' books. Can you work out which animal my riddles are about?

 

I am small and green.               I have whiskers and a long tail.          I like to wag my tail.

I like to live near water.            I meow and purr.                         I like to go for walks.

My babies are tadpoles.             My babies are called kittens.            I bark when I am excited.

 

What am I?                          What am I?                               What am I?

 

 

Now have a go at writing your own.

You could make them into a book if you like... 

Just remember to send them to us and see whether we can work out the answer to your riddles?

 

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