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Thursday, 13 of August of 2020

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Welcome back Red Class 😀

It was lovely to meet you all yesterday. We all had a really nice day yesterday. I live you the activities for today.

– We start our circle time singing “Good morning Mr. Rooster” – super simple songs”

What is the day today?


Can you tell me how does the weather look like today?


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

Life skills – tidy up your rooom. Remember to put toys and games away after playing with it

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Maths – Puddle Jump

Take a small stack of paper and cut a puddle shape out of several at once to save time. Write numbers on it. Depending on your child you can write 0-5, 0-10, 10-20, , 0-100 by tens, 50-60….

The idea is jump on puddles following the right order. Once on the puddle kids can jump on it as many times as the number shown.

Puddle Jump Math Counting Game

Fiddly Fingers – Use clothes pegs to catch the pompoms

Coordenação motora é a capacidade do nosso corpo de fazer movimentos articulados e é resultado da interação entre os nossos sistemas muscular, esquelético, nervoso e sensorial.

STORY – Today for story time have fun with one of your books, Tell me which one is your favourite.

Sign of the day – Don’t forget to be practicing the sign of the day

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

Sensory – Time to go outside. Tell me what you can hear. Can you hear the birds? Can you hear people talking, can you hear the cars….

Dance – Go to the Dance section and choose one of the activities that your Dance teacher prepared for you. Have fun J

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

I am looking forward to see you all again on Friday

Purple Class 6



Health and Wellbeing – I’m sure you are as excited as I am about coming back to school. Sometimes excitement can be a very big feeling and it can be hard to know whether to jump up and down, twirl around or just shout whoopeeeeee! To help make the feeling a little less…fizzy…it can be a good idea to put all that energy into a task. Have a look at this idea. You might not have all the bits and bobs you need to make a fancy jar but it would be a great idea to write down some of the things you are looking forward to doing when you get back to school. Go on, give it a go and bring them with you on Thursday and we can read them together.

Well it’s bye for now and just two more sleeps before we are all together again.

End of Term Assembly

Good morning

Welcome to our End of Term Assembly. We hope you like it. It is jam packed with songs, video’s and photo’s of our staff and pupils. See if you can spot a familiar face or too.

Have a great summer every-one from Pam, Tracey and all the staff!

Take care

24nd of June PE Lesson

Hi everyone,

For today’s PE lesson we are going to start with a warm up song that we all know and love “Action song” is attached to these post.

Now that we are warmed up and ready, we are going to play a board play a board game “race to 100”. All you need is a bit of space, a dice and a family member to play with you. If you can’t see the images I’ve attached a word document to this post.

Rules are simple:

Each player has their own 100’s sheet.

Players go at the same time.

Roll the dice, each person performs the exercise (you can use alternatives if are struggling or a wheel chair user), cross off that many numbers on the sheet (attached). See who gets to 100 first.

1= 7 Jumping Jacks (7 ab crunch)


2= 5 Push-ups (with knees on floor)


3= 5 Toe Touches


4= 4 Squat Jumps (4 elevations using chair arms)



24th June


5= 8 Mountain Climbers (8 lifts of leg alternately)

6= 10 Second V-Sit (10 second arms stretch up)



Can you get to 100 before your partner does?

Play the game as many times as you want and good luck.

Remember to keep safe and be mindful of your surroundings.