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Today, I am sharing a lovely story with you called 'Augustus and His Smile'. There is an activity for you, you can colour in your own Augustus but don't forget, you need to add his smile!
Parents; there is a short PowerPoint below with some wellbeing tips for a calm and happy transition back to school. Today I'm reading a story called 'The Crayon Box that Talked' and there is an activity for you to try. You will need some colouring pens or pencils, or you could make a collage using paper and other materials.
I hope you enjoy it! This week, I have set you a challenge to try some new things. Take some time this afternoon to design your own bucket list and try to complete each activity over the half term break, you may even find a new hobby or learn a new skill!
Brave - Touch the Sky - With Lyrics! HD - YouTube. Listen to the story 'While We Can't Hug' and have a go at making your own Pocket Hug to give to someone you are missing. It could be a family member or a friend you haven't seen in a while, or someone you just miss giving a hug to. Children's Mental Health Week 1st-5th February.
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The data from this cookie is anonymised. Cookies are used to help distinguish between humans and bots on contact forms on this website. A cookie is used to store your cookie preferences for this website. Augustus and His Smile. Returning to school. The Crayon Box that Talked. Are you feeling colourful? Please share some of your bucket lists with me; RO'Neill saintmaries. You can also listen to the song whilst making your pocket hug - read the lyrics and sing along!
Don't forget to send me some pictures to RO'Neill saintmaries. Make a pocket hug Please also see the introduction to Wellbeing and ideas below. In the Beginning. Friday 29th January Thought for the week 29th January. Friday activity 'In the Beginning'. Bubblegum Bear Story. Positivity Box.
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This is just a quick reminder to all mummies and daddies, please don't forget that your child will need:. See you at in the morning, from Mrs Kenyon and Mrs Dodd. Reception New Starter Parent Information Part of our Induction process is usually welcoming parents to an open evening but due to these unprecedented times this could not happen. Please find attached a copy of the power point that would have been shared with you.
Augustus and his SMILE by Catherine Rayner. Picture shows a very colourful green and purple tropical bird with long tail feathers and red beak. Augustus the tiger.
This is a story by Catherine Rayner. Home learning. It would be great to see your home learning if you are not in school at the moment.
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Today, I am sharing a lovely story with you called 'Augustus and His Smile'. There is an activity for you, you can colour in your own Augustus but don't forget, you need to add his smile! Parents; there is a short PowerPoint below with some wellbeing tips for a calm and happy transition back to school.
Elicitation Task: Write a story based on own experience, about losing something that matters to them Base on Dogger What have you lost, where did you look, how did you find it in the end? Use the outcomes from this to adapt the medium term plan and sequence Reading Writing Grammar Develop pleasure in reading, motivation Yr1 Write sentences by saying out to read and vocabulary understanding by: loud what they are going to write Grammar Terminology Listening to and discussing stories and about. Yr1 full stop, capital letter non-fiction at a level beyond that at which they can read independently Yr1 Sequencing sentences to form short narratives Yr1 encouraged to link what they read or hear read to their own experiences Yr1 Discuss what they have written with the teacher or other pupils. Understand books they can read accurately and those read to them by drawing on what they already know or on background information and vocabulary provided by the teacher. Gp 1 Gp2 Gp3 Gp4 Gp5. Ensure that they know the story really, really well.
Augustus the tiger was sad. He had lost his smile. So he did a HUGE tigery stretch, and set off to find it. Stunning illustrations celebrate the beauty of the world and.
Spring term Ms Moses - Teaching Assistant. This half term we will be focusing on Plants in our Science Topic. This will link closely with our Outdoor Learning sessions as we search for different plants and trees in the area. We will also be using this opportunity to look closer at Nature through our art work and be inspired by artists such as Andy Goldsworthy.
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He has lost his smile.