# Sungazers POLO Day – outdoor learning

We have been completing lots of great outdoor learning activities for POLO day.  We enjoyed exploring the water wheel for science and playing games with water balloons.  We also had our snack outside and had fun with the parachute and making dens.

# Sungazers FAOL – Science in Class – Slime

The Sungazers Class love science and have all participated in various science activities over the term, making lava lamps, volcanoes, sensory snow, and slime. Their favourite experiment is making the cornflour slime as not only is it a good sensory science activity, it’s also good messy fun!

The boys are now able to follow the steps and make their own slime with minimal assistance.

# Sungazers FAOL – Sciences – Weather – Tornado in a Jar

The Sungazers Class have enjoyed exploring different weather types through various science experiments.  This week we watched a video all about torandos then had a go at making our own ‘tornados in a jar’ using vinegar, water, food colouring and liquid soap.  We even added some sequences to see them get sucked up into our torando.  It was great fun!

# FAOL Easter Enterprise – Week beginning 29th March

The Sungazers Class are enjoying lots of lovely Easter activities this week.  They have been very creative in making their Easter cards and had great fun using the glass pens to decorate their Easter sun catchers to take home as a gift.  We have more Easter fun planned for the next couple of days as well.

We hope you all have a wonderful Easter holiday, stay safe and enjoy some lovely weather (fingers crossed!).

# Sungazers Home Learning Week 5

Hello, hope everyone is doing well! We are all really missing you and hope that it is not long now until we are all back together again.  Here are some activities for you to try at home and enjoy.

Numeracy – Number Pairs

You Will Need: A4 paper, scissors and a pen

1. Fold a piece of A4 paper or card three times to give you eight equal rectangles.
2. Cut out the rectangles.
3. Write pairs of numbers on the rectangles. Can choose higher numbers if you wish.
4.  Mix the rectangles up and turn them over to face down, so you can’t see the numbers.
5. Take turns to turn over two of the rectangles. If you get two that match, you get to keep them.
6. Play until all the numbers are gone.
7. (Make more rectangles to add to the game for a challenge for next time if suitable).

Literacy – Chinese New Year Story

On Friday, it will Chinese New Year.  Click on the link to hear the story all about it.   We have previously read the story of The Great Race in class.  Each year a different animal is celebrated.  Can you find the year you were born?  What animal is associated with your birth year? This year it is the year of the Ox.

Health and Wellbeing – Dressing Games

1. Lay out three items of clothing for two people, eg socks, trousers and sweatshirt.
2. Ask child to stand in front of items of clothing.
3. Who can dress the quickest?
4. On your marks, get set, race!

Expressive Arts – Chinese New Year 2021 Song for Kids

Have a listen to this song about the Chinese New Year.  Enjoy!

Expressive Arts – Chinese Cupcake Cases Dragon

We would love to see photos of all your activities! Have fun!

Team Sungazers

# Sungazers Home Learning Activities

Hello! Hope you are all keeping well. We are all missing you very much and hope that we can all be together again soon.

We will be posting some online activities for you to complete each week, if you wish.  It will include numeracy, literacy and health and well-being tasks.

You may already have your lockdown activity pack which you can work through at home with supervision too.  Everyone is very familiar with these packs as we have been working with them in class.  If you do not have a pack and would like one, please contact the school and arrange a suitable collection time.

This week’s literacy task – Listen to and enjoy one of our favourite class stories ‘Jack and the Flum Flum Tree’ by Julia Donaldson. You will find this story on Youtube.

Health and Wellbeing Task – Blazerfresh Brain Gym – Copy the actions, jump around and have fun!
Music Craft
Can you make a musical shaker using a plastic bottle and fill it with different ingredients to create various sounds?  We can use these bottles during music sessions.

# 50 Things – Making a Scarecrow

The Sungazers have had great fun designing and making a scarecrow for our sensory garden.  We stuffed clothing with shredded paper, helped to draw and colour in a face and used wool to make his hair.

# Firework Picture Fun

We have all had a great week in the Sungazers Class.  We have been learning about firework safety and enjoyed reading a story called ‘Sparks in the Sky’.    We even made our own firework pictures in class using different painting skills.  Plastic forks, flicking paint from a brush and glitter helped us to create wonderful pictures.  We all had good messy fun!

# Sungazers 8th June 2020

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!

Team Sungazers

# 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.