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Sungazers – 1/6/20

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.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eu9mPX7DuLA

Have a great week!

Team Sungazers

Sungazers – Monday11th May

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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.

https://www.makaton.org/Assets/Store/FreeResources/MiniBeastBingo.pdf

We also have a new minibeast song for you to try – Insects All Around. (It’s to the tune of Twinkle Twinkle)

We will send this video via email again.

 

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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.

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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!

Team Sungazers 🙂

Sungazers Minibeast Hunt

Monday 4th May

Good morning! Hope everyone has had a lovely weekend and is doing well!

This week we have a super minibeast hunt for you to try.  You can download and print the sheet here if you have a printer at home. If not, have a look and see what minibeasts you can find in your garden or when you are out for your daily exercise.

minibeast hunt            

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We have also recorded a minibeast song for you to listen to and enjoy.  This will be sent to your email address.

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Lots of Minibeasts Song (It’s to the tune Head Shoulders Knees and Toes) Give it a try and let us know how you get on in the comments section of this post.  We would love to hear from you!

Stay safe and take care everyone!

Sungazers Team 🙂

 

 

Sungazers – Minibeasts Signs

Hello! Hope you are all doing well this week.  Did you manage to listen to our theme story ‘Twist and Hop Minibeast Bop’? – Here is the link again if you would like to listen.

Twist and Hop Minibeast Bop

To continue our theme this week, we are going to learn the signs of some of the minibeasts names.  Everyone can join in if they wish – do you have a favourite sign? – Comment on this post and tell us your favourite one.

Minibeast Makaton Signs

(If the link doesn’t work please go onto Youtube and type in Singing Hands minibeasts signs).

We have also prepared another video which will be sent to your email for you to enjoy this week.

Please remember all of these activities are optional.

Take care, stay safe,

From the Sungazers Team

Hello from the Sungazers Staff

Hello, we hope you are all keeping well and enjoying this wonderful weather!  We are missing you all very much and we are working hard on ways to keep in touch.  We will be posting weekly tasks, messages or activities for you, so please keep checking our blog for information.  All tasks and activities are optional.

Our first task is based on our new topic – ‘Minibeasts.’ We will start with a lovely story called “Twist and Hop Minibeast Bop”.  Here is a link to the story which you can listen to and enjoy!  If you can’t get the link to work, type the story name into YouTube and you will find it.

 

Take care and stay safe!

From Team Sungazers – Mrs Skinner, Mrs Coulter, Mr Dreghorn, Miss Shaw and Miss Cowman