W/C 22nd June 2020
Another lovely book about Under the Sea to share with your children. How many sea creatures do you know?
Don't forget to share your photographs with us it is always lovely to see what you are all up to.
At the bottom of the page you will also find this week's cooking recipes. We have included two this week which use fruit and vegetables. Again send us some photographs of what you have made.
We are also putting up information of the Silly Squad Summer Reading challenge which has been set by the Reading Agency and Local Libraries who are trying to make sure that despite the restrictions in place at the moment all children have the possibility of accessing reading material.
We hope that you enjoy these activities please do let us know how you get on.
Take care and stay safe
Mrs Badger and Mrs Claridge
Commotion in the Ocean by Giles Andreae
Listen to or read the story ‘Commotion in the Ocean’.
How many of the sea creatures and animals do you know?
Read and colour in the sea creatures.
Re-read the story ‘Commotion in the Ocean’ and count how many different sea creatures are in the story.
Choose two sea creatures and measure them using anything you have to hand (lego blocks, duplo, small bricks, beads, string etc). Compare them by size. Which one measures more, which one measures less?
Fill in the Counting Sheet- Under the Sea.
Listen to the story of Mrs. Stone’s class visiting a church.
Colour in a cross and say why we make a sign of a cross when we pray to God.
Choose a prayer to say together. Begin and end the prayer by making the sign of the cross.
Watch the ‘Under the Sea’ videos.
Can you move like some of the creatures? Make up ways of moving like a fish, a turtle, a crab, an octopus.
Make own ‘Under the Sea’ picture using sea creature cut outs.
Try to recall all the sea creatures mentioned in the book which ones
can you remember?
Which ones live on the land and which ones live in the water? Are there any which live in both?
Watch Andy’s Aquatic Adventures on Cbeebies iPlayer – Andy and the Blue Whale.