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For meditation, feel free to look for some yoga and mindfulness videos you might like to do under the ‘Mindfulness’ tab from previous weeks, or check out ‘Cosmic Kids Yoga’ online or ‘GoNoodle’. You may want to listen to any stories we post on Tapestry or you could follow this link to an audio mindfulness book on the World Book Day website. Each chapter has a different mindfulness activity lead and read by Sheridan Smith.
Read Write Inc
You can use the links under the ‘Phonics’ Tab on the home learning page of the website to play some fun games on the suggested phonic websites.
Additionally, there is a document under the ‘Phonics’ tab called ‘Practical Phonics Ideas’ with some practical ideas to recap sounds and blending skills.
If you would like any Read Write Inc video links to any particular sounds, please email one of the team and we can send a link to you on Tapestry.
Can you have a go at making and writing an Easter card to give to someone? You will need to use the red tricky word 'to' and either the green word 'from' which you can sound out or the red tricky word 'love'. Remember to think carefully about the formation of the letters in your name which we have been practising in school. There are some card ideas you may wish to use below or you can think of your own design!
Red Tricky Word Hunt
Can you write some red tricky words on pieces of paper and get a grown up to hide them around the house/garden? There are some ideas of which words you can use on the 'tricky word wall' template at the bottom of the page. When all the words are hidden can you try and find them and write them down on a piece of paper? You could do this game with different sounds or green words as well.
Can you look at the Easter addition PowerPoint attached at the bottom of the page?
Can you have a go at recording some addition facts using the Easter addition card templates?
Can you continue practising forming numbers 0-10 throughout the week using the number rhymes PowerPoint attached at the bottom of the page?
Last week we started to look at the Easter story. Can you watch this short film which helps us understand why we celebrate Easter, by making an Easter Garden that represents the different parts of the story. You might want to have a go at making your own Easter Garden.
At school, we will be thinking about the sad and happy parts of the Easter Story, e.g the people were happy when Jesus arrived in Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, then were sad when Jesus died on Good Friday, and happy again when Jesus came back to life. Can you think of things that make you happy and sad. You could have a go at drawing a picture and writing them down.
Can you have a go at some Easter yoga?
Can you have a go at making some Easter edible treats? There are some recipes you can follow at the bottom of the page.
Can you have a go at some of the Easter craft ideas below?