Good morning everyone!
Today we have a rhyming challenge for you.
Geraldine would like to know if you can you match the words that rhyme?
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You can send feedback to Geraldine at:
Challenge 1 : Explore mark making and letter recognition.
Challenge 2 : Morag has an exercise workout relating to letters in your name.
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Morag would love to know how you got on with the challenges.
You can send feedback or photographs to:
Good morning everyone!
Today we are going to help Christine with a floating and sinking activity.
Christine has been in the ECC and has found some items which will either float on top of the water, or sink to the bottom.
After you have watched the video, you may like to try this experiment yourself. We would like you to give feedback or send Christine photographs.
Email Christine at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Today Mary will be reading the story of Jake’s cakes.
Jake’s cakes book has lots of rhyming words, and Mary has set some challenges for you to try on your own, or with an adult after you have listened to the story.
We cant wait to see photographs of you participating in the challenges.
Please send any feedback to:
Today we are returning to the kitchen with Kelly looking at a recipe from the Gruffalo cookbook and other stories.
Kelly will be giving you instructions on how to make a Gruffalo crumble.
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Feedback or even better photographs of you making your crumbles can be sent to Kelly at: email@example.com
Today we have something special for you. Miss Kerr from Primary 1 is going to demonstrate how to make play dough.
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We hope you try this at home and send Miss Kerr feedback or photographs. Email her at:
Mr Robertson has Boris with him today. He might need a little help from everyone with where Boris needs to sit on the chair.
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Any feedback or photographs can be sent to Mr Robertson’s email:
You can also explore positional language outdoors and use whatever is available to place on top of, under, beside, behind and in front of when asked by an adult.
You will be receiving a phone call this week from one of Logan’s practitioners to find out how you all are during this strange time.
We would like to speak to the children and find out what they have been doing during lockdown.
Today, we would like to take you on an adventure.
Mandy has a range of activities for you to try that will allow you to use your imagination and be creative with loose parts.
If you click on this link, it will allow you to start your adventure …
Mandy would like to see your creations, you can send feedback or photographs to :
alternatively you can leave your comments on the Blog.
We would like you to recite your favourite nursery rhyme.
If you don’t have a favourite, choose one that you like or know well.
Then let’s see if you can draw a picture of your rhyme.
The next challenge is about Christine’s favourite nursery rhyme.
Click on the link below to find out what you need to do.
Once you have finished you can send Christine a photograph of your drawings and photos of you learning your rhyme.
Send them to: