Daily Archives: May 7, 2020

Orange Class Thursday 7th May

Hello everyone!

Another fine day awaits us, blue sky and sunny.  Lets get going!

Morning Circle Time

On Tuesdays we usually have dance.

 

Time for maths

 

Time for jobs

Let’s go outside!

Shall we make some gloop then have fun in the garden!

Slime - Mud Mates Messy Play Blog - cornflour gloop recipe

ingredients

instructions

 

1. Mix 2 cups of cornstarch to 1 cup of water into a bowl. Mix the cornstarch and water until your oobleck is formed

2. If you find the mixture is a little too watery and not forming into a solid when you pull the gloop out of your bowl then add more cornstarch. If you find the mixture is not dripping like a liquid, add a little more water. Just keep experimenting until you get the consistency you want.

It does get a bit messy so you might want to play outside!

Story Time!

Sarah is reading Mog and the granny

That was super!

 

Time to chill!

Have a great Thursday!

David

Waterlilies – Art

I hope you enjoyed yesterday’s post about the Artist, Claude Monet. Today we are going to try creating another picture based on his artwork. Claude Monet is probably best known for his paintings of waterlilies. See if you can have a go at painting your very own waterlily pond.

You will need: a sponge, some paint and a paintbrush.

begin by dipping your sponge into some blue paint, then pull the sponge from the top of the page all the way down the page making large vertical streaks. Keep doing until the entire page is covered.

Add some streaks of green and white paint on top of your blue background. The green is for the lily pads and the white is for the light reflecting on the surface of the water.

Next add some dabs of paint for the flowers. You can use any colours you wish. This can be done either with a paintbrush or with your fingers. You may wish to place a second colour in the middle of your first colour.

Once completed leave to dry and marvel at your creation!

 

Group 11 – Thursday 07 May

Good morning Group 11

I was looking at some of our memories at the weekend.  This was a fun day.  Lots of dancing.

You could be working on your transition passport today

https://blogs.glowscotland.org.uk/wl/pinewoodschoolblog/2020/05/06/group-11-monday-4-may/

 

You can access lots of Twinkl resources here: www.twinkl.co.uk/offer You will need to register with the following code PARENTSTWINKLHELPS

You could try some of the following today:

Movement: put your favourite song on and dance like no one is watching.  Choose a party song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94MTVSZ1nTc

Life Skills:  Make the beds

Maths: See Steve’s blog or use https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/5-7-years/counting

Fiddly Fingers:   Use lego or playdough

Story: Read your favourite book or one from here http://www.magickeys.com/books/

Signing: check Lorna’s sign of the day video.

Music:  See Connie or Gordon’s blog or have a karaoke https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=karaoke+songs

Sensory: http://www.whizkidgames.com/

Dance:  See Rachel’s blog or dance to your favourite tunes.

 

Have a lovely day, Kirsty

Music with Connie – Loud and quiet sounds

What to do today.

Highlight and click on the link below.

Watch the BBC 10 pieces “Earth” by Hans Zimmer with Ade (about 8 mins)
Make quiet and loud sounds with Ade

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces/classical-music-young-people-with-special-educational-needs-and-disabilities/zbrkcqt

Group 4 – Thursday 7th May

Hello everyone.

Here are some activities for your timetable today:

Circle Time

Maths

Have a look at the Maths section to see what Steve wants you to do.

Fiddly fingers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Story

Today’s story is “What pet should I get?” by Dr Seuss.

Story reflection:

  1. Do you have a pet?
  2. What is the name of your pet?
  3. What colour is your pet?
  4. What does your pet eat?
  5. What does your pet like to do?
  6. Draw your pet or a pet you would like to get. You can share with us your drawing.

Sign of the day

Check Lorna’s sign of the day video.

Music

Check for Connie’s post.

Sensory

For sensory today I would like you to make a spring sensory bottle. Have a look at some ideas below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Today’s Challenge:

Have a great day.