How strange not seeing you everyday, I do miss your smiley faces! I hope you're enjoying your learning with your family and staying safe at home. As it's coming up to Easter there are some Easter themed activities that you might like to have a go at, don't worry if you've still got your booklet to keep you busy though. If you've been doing anything you would like me to share on our class page, please ask your parents to email these to me with any pictures or photos and I will add them to our class page. Also, any work that you'd like me to have a look at, ask your grown up to email it through to me at email@example.com
As we're not able to see each other at the moment, why don't you create a self portrait and ask your grown up to take a photo of it and email it into the office. Then we could make a self portrait gallery on our class page. firstname.lastname@example.org
Easter creative challenge
Using any materials you might have at home, what can you create that is Easter themed? You could create a box model, a poster, a booklet, a wild model in the garden. Up to you! Send them in for us to share.
Just an idea
Why not start a diary of your time learning at home, maybe you could write a few sentences each day about the exciting activities you have done (these don't just have to be the ones set by school, they could be outdoor/creative learning etc) and when we're all back in school we could share our 'best bits'?
Some parents have asked the office for some advice with talking to their children about our current situation and their thoughts and feelings regarding this, I know that some of these has gone out via Parent Pay but have also added a couple of the links below.
NSPCC links and advice:
Thank you for the emails with some pictures and videos of the wonderful activities you have been getting on with at home, these don't have to just be the ones we have set you.
Mrs Hudson x