Hello Year 2! I keep thinking about you all and wondering how you are doing? I hope you are keeping happy and safe. I am busy working at home and also helping my big children too. They have to play in the garden every day, keep their rooms tidy, do some art and definitely do some reading each day. Sometimes they have to help me with some cleaning up jobs too. That seems to make them a bit grumpy!! Are you helping your grown ups? Mrs Warren and Miss Barnard say hello too! Here is a rainbow to make you feel happy!
Here is Ernie - he's the most mischievous cat in my house! Harry drew a picture of him. He worked very carefully on the details of his fur. You could draw a similar picture? What a cheeky cat he is!
From Mrs Dunne
Keep active and do lots of exercise! This link has got some fun exercises to help you keep moving!
Have a listen to lots of lovely stories!
Don't forget to be creative! Have a go at the fun art ideas below:
Hello everyone! We hope you are keeping happy and safe. Mrs Warren, Miss Barnard and I have been thinking up some interesting activities for you to do at home. Keep checking the blog AND the activities page for ideas.
Have a look at our rainbow pictures we created today! If you see these in our windows at home, remember they represent hope, love and happiness!
Can you sing this song about The Great Fire of London to your family and friends at home? Happy singing!
This term we have been learning about The Great Fire of London, here are some key facts we have learnt:
* The fire started on Saturday 2nd of September 1666
* the fire lasted for four days.
* they used leather buckets and water squirts to try and put the fire out.
* There were no fire engines or fire alarms in 1666
* they used the church bells to warn people about the fire.
Click on the link or copy the web address to play a game about The Great Fire of London
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