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Summer FUN Challenge

World Oceans DAy, 8th June 2020

This week's challenge is to visualise what is described in a text and draw it!

Here are some of our drawings made after reading the two descriptions!

This week's challenge is to write a letter to Captain Tom Moore. Good luck!

Dear all, this week's challenge is linked to the 75th celebration of VE Day- on the 8th March. Your job is to make a paper aeroplane and decorate it. There are many different types of aeroplanes you can make. Have fun!

Dear all, this week's fun challenge is to collect some flat, rounded stones. Use paints, chalk or other colouring materials to create some rock art- animals, plants, fantastic creatures!

Dear all, 

 

Your challenge is to go on a hunt to create the alphabet with objects!

Find a bag  and fill it up with one object whose name starts with one letter of the alphabet. For example- A- apple, B- ball and so on. When you have finished, place the objects in alphabetical order. Check how long this took you!

To make it more fun, you could do this by racing against a sibling or a parent and see who finishes the challenge first!

Do stay safe- The rules are: no grabbing, no running and no arguing!

If you would like to, upload one picture of your challenge- we might put it in our online gallery!

 

Enjoy!

Here are some of the wonderful A-to-Z Alphabets that your friends in Year 2 have made!

Dear children,

 

We would like you to begin a diary. Remember the dairy of Samuel Pepys?-  We are very lucky that he wrote a diary so that we know what it was like at the time of the Great Fire of London. 

Can you imagine what it would be like to read a diary from a Year 2 child explaining what it is like now during the Corona virus time? In 100 years time, someone might read your diary and know what it is like, how amazing is that? 

You could explain how you felt on the day we left school. What you do each day, what it is like learning at home. What does Easter holiday feel like after two weeks off school? What does it feel like not being able to do the things you normally do? Have you started doing any different things?  How are you helping others at home or outside? You could try to use some of the spellings below.

If you have a notebook, write your diary in there or draw pictures of what you are doing and how you are feeling. We can look at them when we come back to school!

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