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Always Aiming High – Anelu’n Uchel O Hyd

Friday 26th June

Thursday - yay the sun has been out! Hopefully it’s here to stay!

We are very excited that we will be seeing lots of you next week! You may be feeling excited, you may also be a little bit scared or worried - we completely understand you may be feeling all sorts of different ways! Remember we are here to look after you and that even though some things in school will be different, lots will be the same - the main thing being that we will have lots of fun! Here is a story you may wish to share over the weekend to help you realise that you are not the only one who will be feeling how you do - we are all in it together! Have a lovely weekend everybody, see you soon smiley

Another story for you to share

If you are unable to open the ebook for any reason, you can also watch a video version of the story here.

Literacy - Friday Fun Day!! Today we are going to play some games all about Sea Creatures! There are some ideas below for you but if you have your own games/ideas then please feel free to share them with us. 


Sea Creature Riddles - First can you solve the Sea Creature Riddles? Can you make up some of your own?


Bingo - Print the Sea Creature Bingo cards and Bingo Mat, who can get a full house?! If you don't have a printer you could make your own bingo cards.


Word search - Can you find all of the Sea Creatures hidden in the word search? 

Geraldine the Giraffe learns /ea/ in meat

Watch UK school teacher Mr Thorne and Youtube sensation Geraldine the Giraffe take you on a learning journey through the world of phonics, grammar, spelling ...

Phonics - 

Our sound of the day is        ‘ea’. – Cup of tea.


Task – Can you design a cup for your teacher to have tea inside. Could you add some tea bags (paper) and on each bag can you write a word with the sound ea?

Numeracy - choose your 3 favourite animals from the ‘Commotion in the Ocean’ story and write them down in a list - if you want a bit more of a challenge you can choose 4, 5 or even more! Try and leave a bit of a gap between each letter as you write them - use the word mat to help with your spelling. Using the table below as a guide, can you count how many of each letter you have written down - you can write the answer as a tally (if you do the words one at a time) or as a number (if you do the words all together - this way is probably trickier!)  Cross them off your words in your list as you count if it helps. After you have counted all the letters, can you answer the questions on the document below about your data?
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