Diwali Week 1 11th - 13th Nov
Good morning everyone!
Welcome to your online learning For the rest of this week feel free to choose a variety of activities to do that are posted on here. You can do as many as you like!
Please do Phonics everyday - I will post activities for my group and Mr Singleton's group, each day, and will send a message via Tapestry to let you know whose group your child is in.
Any work that is done, please take a photo of and make any notes, comments or things said by the child, and post this as an observation on Tapestry so we can have a look at all your wonderful work!
If you have any questions at all then please message me on Tapestry as an observation and I'll get back to you.
Thank you for all your help and support during this time. Keep in touch,
Miss Johnson and Mr Singleton x
This morning, we were going to have a look at the story behind the celebration of Diwali. Before you look at this though, see if you can tell people at home what you can remember about how Diwali is celebrated. What do the people do? Ho do they celebrate? What is the festival known as - the festival of...? what do they make? Who/what religions celebrate Diwali?
Parents...Write down on an observation what your child says to you. We can then see what they have remembered from previous learning.
Now, have a read through of the story by clicking on the link to the powerpoint. Maybe you could have a go at making a story-map to show what happens in the story in the right order?
Happy Handwriting (Group 3)
Please watch the Espresso videos on how to form the letters 's' 'a' and 't' and have a go at writing them.
To login - Username: student29797 Password: quinton - press enter and then click on the heading 'espresso' to take you to the home page.
In the search bar type 'handwriting'. Click on the 2nd result that has an 'F' to the right hand side. Then, on the left hand side click 'videos' then choose the lowercase letters from 's' 'a' and 't'.
Please post a photograph of their writing.
We have been looking in detail at the numbers 1, 2 and 3, Today, please click on the link to watch the Numberblocks umber 2 episode.
I will leave it there for today! Tomorrow I will provide some Phonics and will give you some activities based upon what we would have out for the children to do independently within the class.