Daily Archives: May 8, 2020

8th of May


Hope you are all well and everyone is keep safe.

As usual on a Friday we normally have Assembly. Check the nice video that Tracey and Connie prepared for you today!

MovementHere some of our favourite movement songs. You can use this ones or any other of your preference






Life skills – Do you remember the challenge of the week? Find something at your home that needs to be cleaned and clean it.

Literacy – Let’s read some words/ pictures and sort them out in toys and food. (Print and cut the images, if possible)



Social Studies – https://www.edinburghzoo.org.uk/webcams/panda-cam/ Watch our live animals at Edinburgh zoo

STORY –There is a lovely surprise for you on our daily email! 🙂 Check the email sent this morning

Sign of the day – Don’t forget to be practising the sign of the day with Lorna – if you want to send me a video then feel free

Food technology – Remember to keep healthy and eat fruit everyday. Here is a delicious salad fruit for you to make and enjoy!

ICT – Let’s play a game. This game can be done indoor or outdoor. Use the camera of your Ipad, Mobille phone, tablet, or any other etc.

Can you spy with your eye/camera something…

Music – It’s time for music.

Go to the Music section and choose one of the activities that your Music teacher prepared for you.

Leave you with this lovely song that made me think of you. Hope you like it as much as I did!

HWB – It’s time to go outside and get some fresh air. Take some toys to play in your garden.






Primary Reflection Time – Healthy Harry

Use your reflection sheets in your home learning pack to reflect on how you have been healthy at home this week. You could find photos of what you’ve done, write about how you’ve been healthy, talk about it with an adult or circle some of the things on these sheets. Use these pages to help you think:



Secondary Reflection Time – Healthy Harry

Use your reflection sheets from your home learning pack to think about how you have been healthy this week. You could circle things from these sheets, find photos of what you’ve been doing or write down some examples.


Red class – Friday 8th of May

Good morning everyone,

I hope you will have a great day and will spend some time outside for some fresh air.


Use shaving foam and make patterns in it, use your pointy finger.

Go in the garden and see if you can find …


snack –  how about something healthy, fruit maybe?

story –


sign of the day with Lorna

food activity – pasta salad from part 2 of the Pinewood Recipe Book

Time for lunch


sing along to number songs,


remember to check Connine and Gordon for more songs,

technology – IT – I bet you would like some time on the iPad or tablet!  Remember to check under the IT section for more apps


check Gordon and Connie’s posts, there are lots of new songs to learn!

finish with relaxation,


I hope you had a nice day, have a nice weekend, and I will see you on Monday, Sophie X

Friday 8th May

Good Morning Group 6

Today I have added some more songs to the Morning Routine slides, can you spot any-one saying good morning?

I thought we could learn a bit about VE Day today. Here is a short ppt about why we celebrate VE Day. Please feel free to dip in and out of the pictures and information slides to meet the needs of your child at home.

Movement – Listen to the music on the ppt above from Wartime Britain. Dance to the music, or learn to dance ‘The Jitterbug!’.

Literacy – Check Laura’s Blog today

Story – Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson

Story Challenges – 

  • Can you name the animals in the story?
  • What colour was the witches bow?
  • Think of all the words that rhyme with ‘Broom?’

Lorna’s Sign of the Day

Food Technology – Make some sandwiches and cakes from the recipe cards on today’s e-mail for your VE Day celebration. You could also choose a recipe from the Pinewood Recipe Book.

Realistic 3D Young Friendly Professional Chef Cook Character ...

ICT/Technology – Take photo’s of your VE Day celebrations and send them to me if you can

Music – Sing songs with Connie and Gordon.

Have a fab weekend!