W/C 23.03.20

Miloh has been busy baking - he has made biscuits and cakes this week. He has been counting and ordering leaves to 20 and has painted a fantastic rainbow to put up in his window. Miloh has also planted his beans and has started to complete his bean diary. How high do you think the beans will have grown next week

Dia has been working so hard on her writing. She has also created a fantastic tortoise using pistachio shells. Has anyone else used anything unusual to create art work?

Leo has been baking - he has made a mug cake. He has been working hard on his number work too. We are very impressed with the spa that Leo set up with his sister - it was for their toys! What a great idea.

David was very busy last week. I love his fingerprint flowers. I wonder if anyone could try making these with numbers 11-20? David has worked really hard on his bean diary. We look forward to reading the rest of it.

Look at Luke's rocket! I wonder how he's fixed the different parts together? Luke has also been playing lots of maths games - including an addition and subtraction hunt. His writing about hammerhead sharks is super and is really informative too.

Jensen has been busy planting in his garden - it looks great! He has also been playing lots of number games and has been answering addition questions too.

Look what Vincent found on a minibeast hunt...

Chloe looked for different road signs on one of her walks this week - she has drawn them carefully too. It is great to see Chloe's French writing too.

Alice has done lots of learning at home this week. She has played games to help with her phonics, reading and writing. Alice has been enjoying Cosmic Yoga workouts and has been on some welly walks too. She has painted some Easter eggs to hang in her tree - they look absolutely beautiful!

Olivia has had another busy week this week. She has spent lots of time outside and has planted her beans. Olivia collected 20 leaves on one of her walks and has hung them on a washing line - she is watching them to see how many are left each day and how many have blown away!

Amelie has been enjoying doing some PE at home. She has also made some delicious making scones. It is nice to see Amelie working with her brother to plant seeds in the garden.

It's lovely to see that Emma has planted her beans too. She has been working hard on reading her tricky words and has done some great writing as well.

Ethan has been busy too. He has made some yummy looking cakes and has had a go at writing the recipe for them. He found a tiny worm when he was digging. His rainbow looks great - we wonder how many have you have made rainbows to put in your windows.

Ted has been busy out in his garden - he has made a house out of mini bricks and done some great drawings too. We are very impressed to see Ted helping to lamb the sheep on the farm - what a fantastic experience. Great job, Ted!

Thank you for our letter, Leo. It's so nice to hear from you and see your amazing writing! Leo has used so many skills to create his new hat!

Alfie has been joining in with the Joe Wicks PE lessons too! He has been enjoying some number games and has also made some yummy looking biscuits - I hope you shared that big plate of them, Alfie!

Jasper has been busy planting - both the beans that we sent home and some seedlings. I hope he shares his pictures as they start to grow. 

It was lovely to receive this letter from Vincent - he has been so busy. He has chosen some photos to share with us all. How impressive is his train track?

Olly has been enjoying his PE sessions with Joe Wicks. He has also been working really hard on his numbers to 20. There are lots of great educational games that can be accessed online.

Olivia has been busy continuing with our topic of minibeasts. She also made a scrumptious chocolate cake!

Olsen has been playing lots of maths and phonics games - hunting for objects and number cards he has made, as well as a shape hunt! It's lovely to see some painting too. Olsen and his family have been enjoying the free daily PE lessons that Joe Wicks is doing. Has anyone else had a go?

Beatrice has also been painting - her daffodils look fantastic! We are looking forward to hearing about her Spring theme she is working on with her sister.

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