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Tuesday 5th May 2020

Happy Tuesday 3N!

 

I hope you had a great start to the week yesterday. Let me know what you've gotten up to with photos or videos by email.

 

Miss North: I was a very busy bee yesterday, planning your work for this week, writing reports and doing some of my own learning. I did another exercise class on the trampoline and went on a daily walk, so my legs are aching a little bit. Have you done anything active?

 

Mrs Buttery:  Hi everyone. I hope that you and your families are well. Today I've been trying to get some work done, but George just wanted to play! We did go out in the garden for a little while after lunch until it started to rain. 

 

Here is today's work. Scroll down to see your daily afternoon work. Make sure that you click your groups folder to do the correct work.

If you work with Miss Johnson, please use the work from the folder below:

Some of you will have families who are fasting. Can you do something kind to help them out during this time?

 

This afternoon, I would like you to do some activities related to VE day. First of all I would like to read the article on the Newsround Website. I have attached the link below. 

I would like you to plan your own 'Stay at Home' VE day party for your family. 

You could design an invitation, plan some games, make your own decorations, decide what food you will eat. 

 

I look forward to seeing some pictures of your work. 

 

The second task this afternoon is also linked to VE day. The phonetic Alphabet was used during the war in RAF transmissions. 

 

I would like you to learn how to spell your name using the phonetic alphabet. My name would be:

Mike - India - Sierra - Sierra         November - Oscar - Romeo - Tango - Hotel

Song of the day!

Together on Tuesday

 

Today's song is called Sing of a Rainbow. It is fabulous song for introducing the colours of the rainbow and their order!

I hope you enjoy these tasks as you learn more about why we are celebrating on Friday this week.

 

Stay safe, keep smiling and we'll see you soon!

 

Love from Miss North and Mrs Buttery ( not forgetting Mrs Norris and Miss Johnson) laugh

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