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Good morning everyone! I couldn't stop smiling yesterday with the work that was coming in and thanks to Emily's workout I kept exercising in-between sitting at the table in my learning room 2!!!
An introduction to our day...
Welcome to Thursday
Look at this beautiful piece of art work, centred around African animals, belongs to Zari's family and reminds Zari's daddy of the time he spent growing up in Zambia, Africa. Isn't it stunning? It is called 'The Journey' and Zari's family keep it near to their front door to remind them that life is a journey and we need to keep moving forwards positively and not look back too much. That warmed my heart as it is a message for us all at this time. And what makes me so proud is that as the St. Paul's family, we are all on our unexpected journey at the moment, but together we will support each other until everything is a little more normal!
And look, Zari has made some aqua bead animals too. They look fabulous Zari!
Now some of you are keeping your masks a secret until our Friday Zoom meeting, some of you (like me) are on the mask making journey, but look at these super creations! The first masks are real African masks that belong to Xavier's family. Remember I mentioned that Xavier's dad is originally from Nigeria, Africa.
Xavier's real African masks
Aren't they fabulous? Now here is the one Xavier made himself. Unfortunately Xavi's dog didn't like him wearing the mask and was barkina at it! It's brilliant Xavier!
Can you guess who is behind this fabulous creation????
It's Harriett! Did you guess correctly?
Harriett in the design process
Can you guess who is behind this stunning design?
It's Enea … beautiful patterns!
And finally for now, who is behind this wonderful mask?
Did you guess correctly? It's Emily! Great colour choices Emily!
We can't wait to see more masks over the next couple of days or on our Zoom meeting!
Our learning today
Literacy - writing what sad things we think Lila will tell to the sky to try and make the rain fall.
Speed sounds with Rosie
Geography / Mask making time
Literacy - Writing
I can use my own ideas and imagination to predict the next part of the story.
I include an introduction below and a starting point. There will also be room for your own illustration. If any of you would like to to take inspiration from Rowan yesterday and would like to write your prediction on a large sheet of paper that is fine. You are more than welcome to video yourself reading your wonderful work just like Florence did ! I can then share your ideas with your friends...
Rowan's 'big' ideas
Sheet on which to write your predicted next part of the story.
Well done for the enthusiasm you are showing in your maths work and finding resources at home to act as counters to help you. It was lovely to see Jack using his new easel and William has been helping his brother to measure in science. Year 2's is William right in his sharing out?
William sharing out the water
Year 1 maths
Today you continue with subtraction. Today the questions are a little more word based but you can do it!
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