Parental Feeback on home learning-Spring 1
Thank you to our supportive families.
- Mrs McPhillips, Miss Nieman and Miss O’Nions
Hope you have had a good week. I have been super busy again, this week we did lots of arts and crafts because it was so wet it was difficult to get outside. So I made a butterfly using different shapes and materials, we also painted and decorated some stones and made chocolate lollies which were yummy.
When we could get outside I have enjoyed going on big long walks, going the park, jumping in puddles and I was so excited when it snowed on Saturday. Ruby and I went out in the garden but it was more like ice than snow but we still had lots of fun.
This week I have also enjoyed joining in with some of my sister’s home learning, she had a music class where we listened, tapped the beat and sang a song, and she had to make some words out of things you find round the house, so we decided to work together to spell kind. I also joined in her zoom pe lesson on Wednesday which was lots of fun.
Miss O’Nions we have enjoyed all your stories again this week particularly peace at lastðŸ˜ƒ and the The Gruffalo, I even picked that to read as my first 30 day challenge picture. We must have been having a Julia Donaldson week as I have also have been reading the Smartest Giant in Town and Charlie Cooks favourite Book, Ruby read this to me as she also loves this one.
Look forward to seeing you all on zoom Wednesday.
Love Daisy x
Thank you for all your lovely emails and phone call Mrs McPhillips the girls were thrilled.
The weeks are flying and I really didn’t appreciate the difference the good weather we had in the first lockdown last year but we are still getting outside and keeping the girls as busy and active as we can. Hope you are all safe and well.
Jacob and Connie’s number bonds to 5 and 10 xx