Another of my favourite stories. My first name is Louise.... What does Louise sit on? Cheese? Bees? Knees? Can you think of something to rhyme with your name?
Today, let's celebrate World Book Day
Today we are looking at the 'oi' sound
Our final Maths session online. Today you are finding the biggest answer.
Today's lesson focusses on the costumes that are worn at the Circus
Today's lesson is all about the 'oi' sound
Today's lesson is all about finding the missing parts to questions.
A lovely story about how we can protect the planet and reuse things
Enjoy the start of this collection of stories based on Traditional Tales but with a difference!
A lovely story about friendship and helping each other.
A timeless classic by Jill Murphy
A lovely story about the little Turtle's first steps as a baby using beautiful language. The story is by Sheridan Cain
A lovely, if not slightly strange version of some of our well known traditional tales....backwards!
Solve the problems related to capacity
Reading comprehensions about the circus
Write a book review for your favourite book
Read the scales and draw levels to show capacity
Spot the different spellings of the "l" sound
I read a story then discuss what circus act you could be.
Another lovely story to support our work about the circus
A lovely story about the circus
A lovely story by Allan Ahlberg
A video showing some the first signs of Autumn. The video was filmed at Maidenhead thicket. We will be watching this in class as well as learning through lots of other fun Autumnal activites over the next 2 weeks.
Here is a little collection of our favourite nursery songs. I hope you enjoy it. Mrs Paterson x
3 more songs to sing at home
What do you think is hiding in the ice?
Sing along with me. There are some tricky words and tongue twisters in these songs!
Some questions to answer
The first attempts at getting the rocket to work. I kept trying though!
Instructions on how to make a rocket (adult supervision recommended)
A mixture of information and a view of the launch of SpaceX
A tutorial to support this weeks spellings.
I explain how to change verbs into the present tense or past tense by adding -ing or-ed.
Use a range of strategies to find the answers to these questions
Decorate a box to keep your special memories in and keep it forever
How many different ways can you group 30 counters?
Hello again! I hope you enjoy my first story upload- I thought I would start with a fun book to hopefully make you all smile.
Fire Fire! If you see any fire during the video, please help by blowing them out!
Another story about starting school. This one is a little dated- it is more 1980's starting school than 2020 but I am sure there will be some elements which your child will be able to relate too. There was once a swimming pool at Boyne Hill. Perhaps you could have a chat together about your memories of starting school and use as a prompt to talk about what you know already about your child's new school.
This story is about a little Tortoise who doesn't want to accept that he has to hibernate during the winter. I hope you enjoy it.
Please enjoy my reading of Tabby McTat by Julia Donaldson. It is the first time I have recorded like that so I will try and find a clearer way of showing the pictures, but I hope it is clear enough. I will try and add a couple a week. Love Mr P
I hope you enjoy this story that Stanley bought us. Keep Smiling
Have you ever really wanted a pet, promised mum and dad that you would do everything to look after it, to be responsible for it and to make sure that it was fed, watered and exercised? Well this story shows you what might happen if you do. I hope you enjoy it. Mr Phillips xxx
Another storytime for you, I hope you enjoy it!
I thought it would be nice to hear another one of the stories from our set about the Lighthouse Keeper. ENJOY!
A story about an alien who needs help from the earthlings
A lovely rhyming story
Another one of the series by Lynley Dodd
This is a wonderful story based on true facts. Prince Albert invented this Bathing Machine especially for Queen Victoria so that she could enjoy her time swimming in the sea, near to her Osborne House home. It became one of the greatest inventions of the Victorian era.