Daily Work – 05/06/2020

Jun 5, 2020COVID-19

Nursery

Nursery – Friday 5th June  

Good morning Nursery! It’s happy Friday!

We are wondering how full your gratitude jar is if you made one?

Fine motor skills:

You have been working so hard on your fine motor skills this week, your fingers are fabulous!

Today’s activity is to make a pasta bracelet to give to someone special; this would be lovely for our well-being week too! Using some tube type dry pasta, like penne, a shoe lace/string and of course those wonderful fingers of yours! Can you thread the shoe lace through the pasta and then get a grown up to tie the two ends of the shoe lace together? You have made a wonderful bracelet! If you would like to, as a challenge you could use felt tip pens or paint to decorate your bracelet. We would love to see your creations!

RWI Phonics:

Today’s sound is ‘t’ which is a bouncy sound! Can you hear it bouncing? I found a teddy, a table and television in my house can you find anything that starts with ‘t’ in your house?

YouTube Ruth Miskin Training website:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

Maths activity – exploring, filling and emptying containers:

Yesterday you enjoyed exploring using water and cups whilst thinking about full, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. Today can you explore using a range of different containers that you have at home? You can use any containers but here are some examples;

  • Colander – Oh no! What happens to the water?
  • Old teapot – Can you pretend to pour a cup of tea? Careful not to spill any!
  • Jug – Can you do some careful pouring?
  • Sponge – How can you fill a sponge with water? How can you empty a sponge? Do you pour it out?
  • Small watering can – Can you use this to fill other containers?
  • Funnel – Can you keep the water inside? What happens?
  • Egg cup – Does this hold the most water?
  • Plastic bottle – Does this hold the least amount of water?

This time can you remember those special words we use? Full, half full, nearly full and nearly empty. Can you tell a grown-up these words? As a challenge can you talk about which container holds the most? Which container holds the least?

PSHE Week activities:

  • Option 1 – Celebrate and open your gratitude jar! Sit down somewhere comfy and quiet with your family (perhaps on the sofa, in your garden or around the dining table), make a hot chocolate or bring your favourite snack, play some music in the background and read all of your ideas together. Did any of you have the same? What were you thankful for?
  • Option 2 – French Friday – French mindfulness activity:

We have chosen a French song that we think you will recognise! Follow the link to join in, can you find your head, shoulders, knees and feet? Singing and action songs always make your teachers feel happy!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0EFXCdryyRM

Have a great day and weekend Nursery! Sending lots of huge smiles – you are all super stars!

Reception

Reception – Friday 5th June

Good Morning Reception! This morning is supposed to be a little less rainy – fingers crossed! Don’t forget to add something you are grateful for into your jar! It was lovely to see lots of you busy yesterday and great to hear some adaptations of the activities too. 😊

Phonics:

Set one of the day is: t

Set two sound (repeated) is: oo as in poo at the zoo

If the weather is nice you could chalk the sounds from this week onto the ground outside and when a grown up calls out a sound, jump to it. How quickly can you move between all of the sounds? If it is still wet, then perhaps you could do the same inside but write your sounds on individual pieces of paper.

Writing:

The snail wants to see more of the world. How will she get there next? What animal might she travel on? Or does she choose to travel in a different way. You could draw or write a sentence to tell us your ideas.

Maths: The snail does a lot of crawling. Can you talk to your adult and say whether the snail is higher up the wall than the worm or is it lower than the worm? After, maybe you would like to think about where you have been today and if you had left a slimy trail what would it look like? Maybe you could plan your trail ahead if you are going for a walk. https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Day-5-The-Snail-and-the-Whale.pdf

PSHE week activities:

Option 1 – Celebrate and open your gratitude jar! Sit down somewhere comfy and quiet with your family (perhaps on the sofa, in your garden or around the dining table), make a hot chocolate or bring your favourite snack, play some music in the background and read all of your ideas together. Did any of you have the same? What were you thankful for?

Option 2 – French Friday – French mindfulness activity:

We have chosen a French song that we think you will recognise! Follow the link to join in, can you find your head, shoulders, knees and feet? Singing and action songs always make your teachers feel happy!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0EFXCdryyRM

Have a lovely weekend everyone!

Mrs Cassidy and Miss Cavanagh 😊

Year 1

Year 1 Friday 5th June
Happy Friday Year 1! 🌈 We hope you‘ve enjoyed your first week back and the chance to focus on your wellbeing! We would love to hear what your favourite part of this week has been 😊 

Today’s tasks: 
Maths – 
Today, we would like to suggest some Mindful Maths activities for you to try. Of course, you may still like to take today as your Numbots Day, and we would love you to practise your Maths skills on there!

If you would like some non-screen time activities, here are some mindful suggestions: 

  • Play a board game with your family! Who will win?! You could even use the blank number track we put in your pack in March and put treasure on it like the treasure Sayeeda finds. Roll your dice and move your ‘counter’ to collect the treasure... you can even make up your own rules! Can you move forwards and backwards? Can you jump squares? 
  • Explore lines of symmetry! A line of symmetry means that either side of the line looks exactly the same. In your email and on the website, we have attached some pirate symmetry sheets. Can you draw the other half, so it is symmetrical?  Pirate symmetry worksheets
  • Another lovely symmetry activity is through painting. You can either cut out a butterfly shape or just use a sheet of paper/ kitchen roll. Fold your shape/ paper in half and paint only one side. When you are happy, fold in half before the paint dries. You should now have a beautiful symmetrical pattern!

English – 
RWInc. Time!
RWInc. Updates – From 1st June, all speed sounds lessons will be available from 9.30am. Those children in Set 2 and Set 3 groups will have new words for reading. 
All sets will have red words (tricky words) to practise. These are slightly further down the page.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

Miss Thompson’s group – Set 1 and Red Words 1
Mrs O’Hara and Mrs Harm’s groups – Set 2and Red Words 1
Miss Bunce, Miss Jobey and Mrs Neve’s groups – Set 3 and Red Words 2

If you think your child is very confident recognising and reading the sounds in the set they have been practising, we suggest they try the next set of sounds. For any children who are very confident with Set 3 sounds, there is a video called ‘Read Longer Words’ which they can practise.

Today is our last day completing tasks on our story ‘Sayeeda, the Pirate Princess 
https://www.talk4writing.com/home-school-units/  

Task 1: Yesterday, you wrote an adventure for Sayeeda’s brother Fergus. He has written a poem and we would like you to read this with your grownup. Then, there are some riddles for you to complete on page 16. To solve the riddle, you need to work out the object from the clues you are given. You can read the poem as many times as you need! I wonder how many answers you get….

Task 2: Message in a bottle – Sayeeda has received a message in a bottle from two people named Sam and Polly, we would like you to write a reply to them. You could roll your letter up and put it in a bottle too!   

Task 3: Treasure Map – Another exciting task! Can you make a treasure map with your grownup? This could be around your house or in a completely made up place. There is an example of a map on page 18 and this web link will also help you: https://theimaginationtree.com/diy-pirate-map-and-treasure-hunt-games/ 

Remember, these activities are suggestions and if you don’t do all 3 tasks don’t worry. Do what works for you and your family. We would love to see your work in the comments below 😊

Afternoon
Today is our final afternoon of our PSHE week! We hope you have enjoyed taking some time out to focus on yourself this week and a little reminder that you don’t need to stop this now just because we are celebrating a different week next week. Keep taking some time for yourself and using some if the ideas and activities you have enjoyed this week 💛

We know lots of you have been adding things to your gratitude jar this week! Why not celebrate and open it this afternoon! Find somewhere comfy and quiet with your family (perhaps on the sofa, in your garden or around the dining table), make a hot chocolate or bring your favourite snack, play some quiet music and read all of your ideas together. What are you thankful for? Did you have any the same as your family? 💖

Today is also French Friday!
We are going to be doing a little bit of mindfulness and yoga 🧘🏽‍♀️ this afternoon, but with a French twist! We are sharing three videos on the website from the Primary Languages Network (if you are reading this via email or Facebook, please check the website to find them!) to show you some yoga poses and to practise your mindful breathing in French. 

Dont worry when you watch the videos if you dont understand every single word thats fine! You can watch the lady and copy her so you know what to do! Some important words that you might find useful are: 

  • Fermez les yeux (fermay lays yer) – close your eyes 🙈 
  • Une montagne (oon mon-tan-yer) – a mountain ⛰️ 
  • Un arbre (un arb-ruh) – a tree 🌳 
  • Inspirez (an-spee-ray) – breathe in 💨 
  • Expirez (ex-pee-ray) – breathe out 💨 

We hope you enjoy some French themed relaxation! Remember to check out Mrs Donaldson’s post today, too!

Reading
Reading is another excellent way to help you to relax, as well as an important skill to develop. See if a grown-up will read a favourite story to you, or you might be able to access some online stories to enjoy! This website has lots of books you can see and hear being read to you: https://www.booktrust.org.uk/books-and-reading/have-some-fun/storybooks-and-games/
Remember, you can select a reading book just like you’d get in school to keep reading books at the appropriate phonic level; this is outlined in an email sent the 27th April 📚
Happy reading! 

🌈 Have a great weekend! 🌈  
Miss Bunce and Miss Thompson x 

Year 2

How is it Friday already, Year 2? We cannot believe it. We were thrilled to see what you’ve been getting up to, as well as some great stories. What super writers we have in Year 2!

As it is our final day of PSHE week, we are going to start the day with some guided meditation. It will start our day in a calm and mindful way! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9_vEZTrmtyA

Daily tasks

Maths – Today is maths games day to recap and revise some of the learning we have done in recent weeks, like adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, odd and even numbers and times tables!

First, follow https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/mental-maths-train You can choose if you want to add, subtract, multiply or divide. Test out your confidence of all four operations and your mental maths skills! Good luck!

Yesterday we revised our knowledge of odd and even numbers. This game will put that knowledge to the test! Think about the ones column when you decide if a number is odd or even. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/coconut-odd-or-even

Finally, follow https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/306/Maths-Fishing-Multiplication Select times tables options 2, 3 and 4 (they say Y2 next to them). You will create your own character and then compete to collect the most fish. To do that, you need to answer times table questions! When it asks to add your name, we suggest making a funny name or write your initials, not your full name. Remember our work on e-safety!

English – Friday is spelling day! You will know by now how important it is to be able to spell all of those Year 2 common exception words. You should still have these in your packs but if not, we have attached a copy of them to the e-mail and as a link in our website post too. We would like you to choose 10 words that you find the hardest to spell and create a display of them somewhere in your house. We have added pictures of our common exception word displays in 2B and 2J. We wonder which words you choose and we would love to see your displays.

Phonics – Read Write Inc daily lessons can be watched from 9.30am onwards everyday – click on this link  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

Set 1, 2 and 3 Speed Sounds lessons will restart and Set 2 and 3 Speed Sounds lessons will include new words for reading and spelling. Join in with the speed sound lesson and the word time spelling lesson as well. Remember to tick or fix! Choose Set 3 sounds video if you have an orange, yellow, blue or grey reading book. If you have a green, purple or pink reading book, choose Set 2 sounds video.

There are new videos added for reading red words too. For those who have a green, purple, pink and orange reading book, read red words 1. For those who have a yellow, blue and grey reading book, read red words 2. If you can’t logon, then you can find green words and red words at the back of your reading diaries.

If you do not read ‘Read Write Inc’ reading books, there is a video for you to watch all about reading longer words!

Afternoon

PSHE – It’s the final day of PSHE week and we’d like you to add another entry to your gratitude jar. If you’d like, you could use today’s entry as your final entry or you could keep going until your jar is full!

Today’s focus is a celebration of all the things we’ve looked at this week.

Option 1 – Celebrate and open your gratitude jar! Sit down somewhere comfy and quiet with your family (perhaps on the sofa, in your garden or around the dining table), make a hot chocolate or bring your favourite snack, play some music in the background and read all of your ideas together. Did any of you have the same? What were you thankful for?

Option 2 – It’s French Fridays! Miss Bunce will be sharing her French video today but we would also like you to look at a French mindfulness activity today, too. Below, we have attached some French yoga videos, from the Primary Languages Network, that you can follow along with. You might even learn some new words in French! The videos are based on these animals:

If you look at your email version of this post, we have attached a translation sheet to help you or you can just follow the video by copying the actions. Why not make up your own French yoga flow by putting some of the moves together into your own routine?

Have a fantastic weekend, Year 2! We miss you so much.

From Mrs Bainbridge and Miss Jobey

Year 3

Year 3 Friday 5th June

Bonjour mes enfants! Today is Friday/Vendredi and we’ve got some lovely things to finish off the week before a weekend of relaxation. Something a little different for you all this morning… at 9:30am, the NSPCC are delivering an extra-special virtual assembly linked to their ‘SPEAK OUT, STAY SAFE’ campaign. There will be some special guests, such as Ant and Dec and David Walliams so tune in! Many of you will have worked with the NSPCC in school, or attended a NSPCC assembly so may be familiar with what it is all about. To watch, please access here: https://www.facebook.com/nspcc/

Today’s tasks:

Maths – Today we would like you to start by practising a times table you find tricky. This could be the 3, 4, 6 or 8 times tables. You could practise writing these on a piece of paper or on a path or patio using chalk. You could even make a number track or a hopscotch.

Then go to https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/ Summer Term – Week 4 (w/c 11th May) – Friday’s Maths Challenge.  Click on the activity sheet and have a go at solving the first four questions and mark these using the answer sheet. If you want an even bigger challenge, try solving some of the other problems and you could even get your grown-ups involved too and see if they can do them!

English – Click on the link: https://www.thenational.academy/year-3/english/poetry-write-a-sound-poem-year-3-wk3-5 to finish off our week on the Sound Collector poem. There is a spelling quiz at the start of the lesson – feel free to give this a go if you feel like challenging yourself (as we haven’t given you the spellings to learn) or skip it if you’re ready to get stuck into the poetry part of the lesson (this starts at 7m 49s on the video).

Today it is your turn to write a Sound Collector poem. Remember to use the features you’ve spotted this week and set your poem out like the WAGOLL and please, please, PLEASE share them in the comments section. We love a good poem and what a lovely way to finish off the week it would be if we saw your finished ones, or even a video of you reading it!

Afternoon

Option 1 – Celebrate and open your gratitude jar! Sit down somewhere comfy and quiet with your family (perhaps on the sofa, in your garden or around the dining table), make a hot chocolate or bring your favourite snack, play some music in the background and read all of your ideas together. Did any of you have the same? What were you thankful for?

Option 2 – French Fridays. We would like you to end the week doing a French mindfulness activity from Primary Languages Network. Click on the video on our daily website post.

The video is about the coast and the lady is saying,  “As the sun sets on the horizon, it paints a beautiful picture. Time seems to slow down as the colours change. Let’s work on our breathing.”

Inspirez – breathe in

Expirez – breathe out

Well done for all of your hard work this week! Have a lovely weekend.

Love, Mrs Cowan, Mrs McLean, Mrs Donaldson and Mrs Rippon x

Year 4

Year 4 – Friday 5th June

Happy Friyay Year 4! How have you found your tasks this week? What did you choose to do yesterday afternoon?  You should have received information about on-line learning through Teams which will start on Monday. If you have any issues logging into the Teams page, then please contact us so that we can resolve it before then. We look forward to chatting to you soon!

9am – Don’t forget to tune into Joe Wicks to help wake your brains this morning, so that you are ready for the day ahead!

Something a little different for you all this morning… at 9:30am, the NSPCC are delivering an extra-special virtual assembly linked to their ‘SPEAK OUT, STAY SAFE’ campaign. There will be some special guests, such as Ant and Dec and David Walliams so tune in! Many of you will have worked with the NSPCC in school, or attended a NSPCC assembly so may be familiar with what it is all about. To watch, please access here: https://www.facebook.com/nspcc/

Today’s tasks:

Maths – Today, we are going to be focusing on our times tables. To begin, log onto Times Tables Rock Stars for 20 minutes and see if you can add some more points to our tournament. Then we would like you to get your CPG Maths books and complete pages 65 to 72. The answers are in the back of your book so when you are finished ask a grown up to mark your answers.
To finish off click on the following link and choose one of the multiplication games. Which game is your favourite? https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/7-11-years/multiplication-and-division.
English – Today, we are going to skip straight to lesson 5 and write our non-chronological reports. Now, click on the following link and work your way through the slides.  Remember, you can skip the quiz and go straight onto the activities.  Throughout the video clip, there are a number of questions for you to answer, so we would suggest pausing the video, to allow you time to think.  At the end of the PowerPoint there is a success-criteria with key elements that we would like you to include in your non-chronological report. https://www.thenational.academy/year-4/english/non-chronological-report-write-a-non-chronological-report-year-4-wk5-5

Afternoon tasks:

Unfortunately, we have reached the end of PHSE week, we hope the activities have really helped you to relax and feel a little better about lockdown.  Remember we are always here to help if you have any worries, you can talk with your grown-ups or ask them to send us an email or message if it is something you think we could help with.

Option 1 – Celebrate and open your gratitude jar! Sit down somewhere comfy and quiet with your family (perhaps on the sofa, in your garden or around the dining table), make a hot chocolate or bring your favourite snack, play some music in the background and read all of your ideas together. Did any of you have the same? What were you thankful for?

Option 2 – French Fridays – We would love you to join in with the French Yoga video below.  There will be many unfamiliar words, however, just copy what the lady is doing.  Some important words: inspirez, which means breathe in and experiz, which means breathe out.  Listen out for these words in the video 😊

We hope that you enjoy today’s activities and have a lovely weekend! We look forward to speaking to you all on Teams.  Love Miss Conway and Miss Whaley xx

Year 5

Year 5 Friday 5th June

Happy Friday Year 5!! You will no doubt have heard the news about our exciting online learning platform ‘Teams’. Please make sure you log in and say hello so that we know you are able to access it and you can enjoy learning alongside your class. We are very much looking forward to being able to help and support you more 😊. We do appreciate that there will be many teething problems at the start – and we are both getting used to the system ourselves – so let’s stay positive!! We will get there 😊.

Something a little different for you all this morning… at 9:30am, the NSPCC are delivering an extra-special virtual assembly linked to their ‘SPEAK OUT, STAY SAFE’ campaign. There will be some special guests, such as Ant and Dec and David Walliams so tune in! Many of you will have worked with the NSPCC in school, or attended a NSPCC assembly so may be familiar with what it is all about. To watch, please access here: https://www.facebook.com/nspcc/ . We hope you enjoy!

Today’s tasks:

Maths

Today’s lesson is about fractions as ‘operators’. This just means which operation that we are using on our fraction. The link to the lesson can be found here: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/. You will need to click on ‘Week 6, lesson 4’.

In class, we discussed that 1/3 of 12 means the same as 1/3 x 12! The worksheets are just building on what we have done this week and there is nothing new or tricky to catch you out! We are sure that you will enjoy this lesson 😊.

 

 

English

Mrs Barr again today helping you to write your own instructions about how to catch a dragon. Are you ready? The link to the lesson is here: https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/english/set-of-instructions-write-a-set-of-instructions-year-5-wk5-5#slide-3

Today’s lesson starts with the spelling test. Have a go – and remember that you can pause the video for some extra time if you need it 😊.

Mrs Barr will take you through her WAGOLL again, and you can magpie some of the ideas as you go. She will show you some images that you could use within your writing – but feel free to use your own imagination. Remember to use the structure – introductory paragraph, equipment list and of course – your instructions!

Mrs Barr shows her plan just like we make plans in English before we write. This also helps us to up level our language and think of additional ideas. Remember – we use second person (you, your, yours) in our instructional writing, as we are talking to another person – the reader.

Use the slides in the task to help you with your success criteria – just like we do in class. Good luck with your writing – we would LOVE to see your amazing work in the comments 😊.

 

Afternoon – PSHE

We hope you have enjoyed PSHE week – sometimes just slowing down and really taking time out for yourself can do you the world of good ❤

Your tasks for this afternoon are:

Option 1 – Celebrate and open your gratitude jar! Sit down somewhere comfy and quiet with your family (perhaps on the sofa, in your garden or around the dining table), make a hot chocolate or bring your favourite snack, play some music in the background and read all of your ideas together. Did any of you have the same? What were you thankful for?

Option 2 – French Fridays – Today, you will practise some yoga moves following French instructions! Don’t worry – there is a video where the lady clearly demonstrates your moves. I wonder if you can work out the words for ‘left’ and ‘right’? Let us know in the comments below. You can access our videos here: Namaste! 🧘

 

 

Read and Relax

Well done for your reading efforts this week – it is lovely to see so many of you active on Accelerated Reader continuing to take quizzes and those who have been working hard on Reading Plus!

Have a wonderful weekend and we look forward to hearing from every one of you bright and early on Monday morning for our new online learning!

Stay safe, Mrs Berry and Miss Ornsby xxx

Year 6

Morning Year 6! 😊

To access your resources today for all of your learning you need to:

  1. Log into Teams
  2. Go to Files (at the top of the page)
  3. Select Class Materials
  4. Select SUMMER TERM SECOND HALF
  5. Select WEEK 1
  6. Select the subject (Maths, English, Guided Reading)
  7. Select the day – Friday

‘Assembly’ Time:

Something a little different for you all this morning… as you can see above, at 9:30am the NSPCC are delivering an extra-special virtual assembly linked to their ‘SPEAK OUT, STAY SAFE’ campaign. There will be some special guests, such as Ant and Dec and David Walliams so tune in! Many of you will have worked with the NSPCC in school, or attended a NSPCC assembly so may be familiar with what it is all about. To watch, please access here: https://www.facebook.com/nspcc/

Maths:

Today we are reviewing our knowledge of converting metric units of measure. To begin with, open the True or False pdf and see if you can answer the question – is it true or false? The answer is on the second page. Next, there is an accompanying converting metric units of measure PowerPoint with questions for you to complete in your red Maths book OR you can open the converting metric units of measure Task pdf and print off the questions. When you have completed the task, open the converting metric units of measure ANSWERS pdf and self-assess. There is also a Challenge task for you to complete if you wish, which consists of 2 random questions. Once you have completed them, self-assess using the Challenge Answers.

English:

Today it is your turn to be an author and begin your own story similar to The Game. Open today’s resources in the FRIDAY file called Jumanji Day 5. Task One – Re-read the problem section of the story as this is the bit we are going to re-write first. Task Two – Complete the grid, in your blue jotter, by drawing or writing down your alternative ideas. E.G instead of a spider you may choose to have a wasp or a snake. Remember the tone we are trying to create here needs to be scary so no cute, fluffy bunnies! Task Three – Now we are ready to write our problem section. Follow the guidance very carefully for what and how you are being asked to write – all instructions are on the resource. When you are done ask an adult to share some of your writing from this week on our Year 6 daily Facebook post. Remember all work is to be completed in your blue jotter.

Reading:

It is important for you to have the chance to read a range of genres and styles of writing for pleasure. This week we have five texts for you to choose from – one for each day. It is entirely up to you which text you choose to read when or if you wish to read it to yourself or to an adult, sibling or even pet. There are no questions to answer – we just want you to enjoy reading new things! This week we have to choose from:

Hand of God – A newspaper article about football

Sleeping Cutie – A mixed up fairy tale

Kindertransport – A WW2 inspired text

Little Things – A science based text

To whoever finds this – A magic and mystery genre text

To access the texts open the file called ‘Reading Texts’ after following the Teams instructions at the top of this post.

Additionally, please aim to complete 30 minutes on Reading Plus today – we will share your progress as always on Monday morning.

Afternoon:

Option 1 – Celebrate and open your gratitude jar! Sit down somewhere comfy and quiet with your family (perhaps on the sofa, in your garden or around the dining table), make a hot chocolate or bring your favourite snack, play some music in the background and read all of your ideas together. Did any of you have the same? What were you thankful for?

Option 2 – French Fridays – French mindfulness activities …

Access https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lNkh-ICPBiwAxF8TSGXX21npK7foybAN/view – the water park and remember to breathe in – inspirer and breathe out – expirer.

OR if you prefer horses, access https://drive.google.com/file/d/1hhvPLzw2DEdYIKzOKfNs0AQ-iivZKdgd/view and remember to breathe in – inspirer and breathe out – expirer

Both of these videos are courtesy of the Primary Languages Network.

REMEMBER TO POST YOUR WONDERFUL WORK OR A PHOTO ON OUR CLASS FACEBOOK PAGE.

Have fun, stay safe and have a lovely weekend!

Miss Parkin and Miss Reay 😊