Good Morning Everyone.
Did anyone see the supermoon last night. Here s a link if you would like to learn about it
If you are able, have a look at the moon tonight. What colour is it? What shape is it?
I found this poem which I thought was quite poignant:
I See the Moon
I see the moon and the moon sees me
The moon sees the somebody I'd like to see.
God bless the moon and God bless me
God bless the somebody I'd like to see!
What rhymes do you know with the moon them?
I am just going to introduce you to this site ( if you don’t already know it). Children can access parts of it for free to play some phonic games.
A syllable is a word part. Words are made up of syllables. You can count the syllables in a word as you say them. ‘Cat’ has one syllable. ‘Lion’, ‘Li-on’ has two syllables, ‘Dinosaur’ has three ‘Din-o-saur’. Listen, as you say your name. How many syllables are there in your name? How about the other members of your family? You may like to collect some pots and pans and other utensils to beat out the syllables of things you find around the house. What tunes can you make? Get others to join to too!!
Can you weigh two different materials or objects and put into light or heavy groups. When we bake a cake, we have to carefully weigh ingredients to make sure the cake is perfect. Maybe you would like to do some baking today? What do you use to weigh and measure the ingredients?
I cooked my onion egg yesterday. When I learn how to put photos on to this page, I will show you a picture of it. Here is a recipe which you could use to make Easter Nests.
You will need
50g cocoa (25g if you don’t want it too rich. You can add more.)
2 tablespoons golden syrup
Melt all the ingredients (except the cornflakes in a heavy bottomed pan). Stir as it melts. When you feel the sugar has stopped scraping on the pan pour in the cornflakes. Cover them with the mixture. Carefully spoon into cake case. Make a dent in the middle of each to form a nest. When cool fill with chocolate eggs. Yum yum!!
Look after each other. Mrs Vasconcelos, Mrs Loseby and Mrs Adderley.
Play this game to practise listening and saying the first sound (phoneme) in words. Why not collect objects whose names begin with letters from your name? Put the objects onto a tray and see who guesses right.
find. Best ask permission first. Can you sort them into p others. I will use this blog to learn about other faiths and people who have inspired us to do our best.
Here is the link to Boom Chicka Boom https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F2XVfTzel8E Enjoy!
Mrs Loseby xxx