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Home Learning week 1 23 March 2020

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Have a look at some great indoor activities.

The timetable for Tuesday 24th March 2020 is here and all the resources you will need - don't forget to show me your work ! I have seen some AMAZING stuff so far!  Thank you everyone all for your hard work during this tricky time.

Tuesday challenge ! Can you count all 50 turtles? I think you can.... also if you need to relax and enjoy some tummy time there are some great creatures to colour here.

Here is the timetable for Wednesday 25th March 2020 - once again I have been delighted to see all your amazing learning photos.  I wonder if you would all like to find Joe Wicks online workout at 9 am and join in with the teachers in school as we work out! Believe me it's challenging.
I would like to check that you are having a healthy fruit or vegetable snack and wonder if anyone has any photographs of peeling, chopping or slicing to share with me today?

Thursday 26th March 2020 timetable.

 

Hello Turner class I have some great challenges for you today!  Find out about what a 'hatchling' is, write about what thousands of hatchlings do.  Then don't forget to check out Joe Wicks and do some of the yoga stretches.  If you can use the sea turtles to jump up and stretch 50 yes 50 times on the spot.  After lunch its time to count in 2's and take part in our turtle cartoon drawing challenge.

I am going to enjoy watching A turtle's tale - Sammy's adventures this morning perhaps you would like to do that too.

If you are able to join in with the 8pm NHS hand clapping please do.  Also I have seen so many beautiful rainbows appearing on lots of windows when I take my dog (Ralph) for his short walk so today while I am at home I will make one and pop it into my window and show you this tomorrow.  Maybe you could do the same.

 

Stay safe at home everyone.  

Here is the timetable of tasks for Friday 27th March 2020.  I hope you enjoy the different challenges today and would like to say how amazing all of you are.  I know it is tricky to stay at home but I have been loving seeing what you have been getting up to.  By all means take your learning deeper and go off at a tangent if you want to because we learn best when we lead our own investigations.  
I wonder if you are able to help with making a meal today?  Perhaps you could peel, chop, mix, slice or spread today to help in the kitchen. Remember to carefully hold the knife and peeler because you must keep yourself safe when preparing food.  I look forward to seeing some pictures of your kitchen skills.
School is now closed to the majority of children. We will be thinking of you. Please take care and stay safe during this time.
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