Today’s story is Bumpus, Jumpus, Dinosaur Rumpus. It is a great book for anyone who likes rhymes. I hope you enjoy it.
Tomorrow’s choices are
Reply to this post to let me know which one you would like to hear and see.
Thank you, Sarah
Materials needed: Bubble solution, food colouring, straws and tape, paper.
Method: Place some bubble solution in a bowl and add some food colouring. If you do not have bubble solution you can make your own with some washing up liquid and water. Get some straws and tape them together. Dip one end of the straws in the mixture and blow through the other end of the straw to create bubbles. Try to aim the bubbles at the piece of paper! I recommend using a large sheet of paper if possible. If you have blowers that come with the bubble mixtures then you can use them also. Once the bubbles have burst on the surface of the paper you will be left with a lovey effect.
This Science lesson is for young people who enjoy using the internet to watch videos, find out facts and to play games. If your young person prefers more hands-on activities check out the Science post for groups 8 and 10.
This Science lesson is for young people who like hands-on activities. If your young person prefers online activities liking watching videos, finding facts and doing online games check out the Science posts for groups 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9 and 11.
Good morning Group 11
You could be working on your transition passport today
REMEMBER TO ENTER THE FANCY DRESS COMPETITION!
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: Help with the dishes
Literacy: See Laura’s blog or use this https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?Subject=9
PE: See Gerry or Pedro’s blog or try some of these https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=pe+with+joe
Story: Read your favourite book or one from here http://www.magickeys.com/books/
Signing: check Lorna’s sign of the day video.
Art: See Steve’s blog or draw your favourite cartoon character.
Science: See Sarah’s blog or see https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/school-radio/curriculum-for-excellence/znxrf4j .
HWB: Do a nice meditation to finish your school day https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=kids+meditation
Have a lovely day, Kirsty
Hope you enjoyed last week lesson and today we are going to practice our orienteering again. Follow the link bellow like last week, watch video 3 and understand how to set your map, then try the games (video 4 and 5) and have some fun.
Remember in the cone grid game you can have a grid with any number of cones (or any other object) from 4 to 20 to suit your level.
The same with the musical orienteering game, you can use 4, 6, 8 or whatever number of cones.
Hope you enjoy orienteering. And you can come back to these games any time.