Good Morning Sungazers! Hope that you are all doing well?
This week we are going to the thinking about Sun Safety – what do we need to do/wear in the sunshine to keep us all safe!
Here are 3 activities to try at home –
- Read through these posters – can you recognise all of these things to keep us safe in the sun?
sun safety posters (1)
- Suncream Song – have fun learning this song about applying sun cream. It is to the tune ‘1,2,3,4,5, Once I Caught A Fish Alive’.
sun cream song
- Lastly, here is a cut and stick activity – what would you put in your beach bag?
sun safety beach bag
Have a wonderful week and remember to please email us any photos of you completing your work – we would love to see you!
Good Morning Daisies!
I hope everyone is getting to enjoy the lovely weather we are having again. Below are some activity ideas for the week. You can complete as many or as few as you would like.
- Use chalk or a wet paint brush to make marks on the ground or pavement. Can you make any letters or write your name?
- Count how many steps it takes you to move from one room in your house to another. Does the number change if you take big steps & little steps?
- Can you help your family to make the dinner? Look for different ingredients and stir these in a bowl with support.
- Create a picture of your family. You could use art resources or different materials you can find in your house or garden.
- Stay safe in the sun- help to get ready to spend time in the sun by putting on a hat and sunglasses, and helping an adult to apply your sun-cream.
Have fun and don’t forget to send some photos of you completing activities to firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s June! Hope everyone has been enjoying this wonderful sunshine and is keeping safe!
This weeks task is a cookery one. At the weekend, Mrs Skinner and Mrs Coulter were busy making ladybird biscuits with their families and thought you would like to join in too – it was great fun!
We have used – digestive biscuits, red icing, icing pens to decorate and any other icing decorations we could find in our cupboards. Why don’t you have a go too – they were really tasty!
We also have a lovely story about a ladybird. It is called ‘What the Ladybird Heard’ and you can find it on Youtube.
Have a great week!
Hello! So lovely to see the sunshine again today! Hope you are all doing well and having fun at home.
This week we are continuing with our life skill tasks – please let us know how you are getting on with them!
We also have toothbrushing sequencing cards for you to look at or print out.
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Can you put them in the correct order?
Can you follow the steps to brush your teeth properly?
Also look out for the Postman later on this week – there’s a special delivery that’s on its way to you!
Take care and stay safe!
I hope you liked your little rabbit and enjoyed using the stickers. This week the ladies have been extra busy thinking of fun activities for you to do with your family.
Activity 1 – literacy
Put a picture on a plate the cover it with salt. You can then use your finger or paintbrush to write out some letters, draw a picture of just to reveal the picture underneath. Have fun. You may want to put your plate on a tray to minimise spillages.
Activity 2 – expressive arts
Shadow art – we put cling film over a toilet roll or kitchen roll tube and stuck a sticker or made a design to stick on the end. We then used a torch to shine light through the tube and create a shadow image on the wall of the sticker or design.
Activity 3 – science
Tornado in a jar – We made a tornado in a jar. Watch the video to find out what you need and how to do it.
Activity 4 – numeracy
Colour hunt – all the ladies went hunting around their house for a specific colour. Check out the video to see some of the pictures.
It would also have been Diggidabble week in school this week so here a few activities related to digital learning you can do at home.
Use a phone to take a selfie of yourself or you and your family.
Use your tablet or iPad. What apps do you like to use? Do you have a favourite game to play? Let us know in the comments below.
Make a facetime call or skype call with a family member to stay in touch.
Hi everyone, Hope you are well.
I hope you enjoyed the activities last week and helped out at home doing some different jobs. This week we have lots more fun activities for you to try.
Activity 1 – Music
We love exploring different musical instruments in class. Do you have any instruments at home? Explore the different noises they make. Don’t worry if you don’t the ladies and I have been very busy making our own instruments. Watch the video to find what materials around the house we used to make our own musical instrument.
Activity 2 – Numeracy
Numbers are everywhere in our environment in our house and outside. Create you own number scanner by cutting a whole in a bit of paper or card. You can then explore your house or the outdoors on your daily walk having a number hunt. How many different numbers can you see?
Activity 3 – Art
This week I made my own chalk paint to create pictures on my patio. The great thing is you can wash it away with water and create more or wait for the rain to wash it away. Just add a small amount of water to some tablespoons of cornflour then add some food colouring and mix. Then use a paintbrush to draw your pictures outside. The possibilities are endless.
Activity 4 – Health and wellbeing
The ladies and I had lots of fun creating a bowling game in our garden. Watch the video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUETPPnWYqo&feature=youtu.be
You can create your own it can be indoors or outdoors. You can make it with anything bottles, cans etc and then use a ball or an orange to see how many you can knock down. Play as a family and see who can knock the most down.
Activity 5 – Health and wellbeing
This week we decided to work on spreading skills. You can make a meal all your family will enjoy – a pizza Mrs Russell had fun making pizzas with wrap for her lunch. Mrs Adair didn’t quite have the ingredients so she improved and made a dessert option. She spread chocolate spread on a pancake and the used other ingredients to create a face – she is very creative.
Hello! Hope everyone is doing well! It’s such a shame the weather has turned to rain. Hopefully we’ll all see the sunshine again soon!
This week we have some life skills tasks for you to try. Can you help around the house to do these jobs? There are 4 tasks for you to try.
Prompt and sequence cards will be sent to you via email. Try printing them out (if you have a printer) – can you sequence them in the correct order? Can you complete all 4 tasks with the help of your family? Give them a go and let us know how you get on.
Team Sungazers have also been busy recording a story video to send to you. Hope you enjoy it.
Take care and stay safe
Here are some sensory activities to try throughout the week
- Create your own sensory bottles using an empty water bottle. Add glitter, rice, pasta or any other resources you have in your house to the bottle, then carefully pour some water out of a jug. Screw the lid on and shake!
Here are some ideas
- Make gloop by mixing 2 cups of cornflour with 1 cup of water. You can add a few drops of food colouring or some glitter too. Enjoy exploring how it feels, or practise writing letters and numbers.
- Squirt two different colours of paint into a zip lock bag. Seal the bag and use your fingers to mix the colours together. What colour did you make?
Hello! How are you all getting on? Hope you enjoyed the holiday weekend!
This weeks task is a Minibeast Bingo game. It can be found on the Makaton website and downloaded for free if this link does not work.
We also have a new minibeast song for you to try – Insects All Around. (It’s to the tune of Twinkle Twinkle)
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Lady birds and butterflies,
Buzzing bees up in the sky.
Teeny, tiny little ants,
Crawling up and down the plants.
Many insects can be found,
In the sky and on the ground.
Hope everyone got a visit from the Postman! We would love to see your pictures if you made one. Please comment on this post to tell us how you are getting on or send us a picture via our school glow email.
Take care and stay safe!