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Keep in touch! - Week 2 30.3.2020

Iannis has been working hard on phonics, letter formation and addition.
Charlie has been really busy this week. He has been practising lots of writing, doing sums and counting. He has built a den and a car ramp and also made a dinosaur. Charlie is also doing a science experiment with his sister, growing some peas in plastic cups and keeping an eye on their growth. He practised some digraphs and then wrote them down in words that he created from the phonics pack. He read Room on the Broom one day and he independently wrote it down on a piece of paper and the names of some of the animals with a couple of illustrations! He put a dragon on there as well because he likes them! 
Archie has been working really hard on handwriting, phonics, reading tricky words and maths-addition, patterns and shapes.
Myla has been doing lots of Phonics and Maths with Lego this week. Myla has enjoyed showing her mum all her ‘phonics play’ games that does in class too! She has collected pine cones for art work and being doing a Lego challenge every day. 

Jasper has been working hard. In maths he has done lots of counting forwards and backwards, number bonds to 10, adding numbers and some 2D shape work. In literacy he has been doing handwriting, phonics and using pictures to write words and then a sentence. He has also written a poem about Spring.

Tommy-Lee has been doing lots of painting and writing. He is trying to improve his handwriting! He has also been adding to his life skills and is learning to make his own orange juice.
Rory has done a word search, built a tall tower and has done some maths colouring and addition.
Skyla has done some maths-she practised adding numbers 1-10 then she did her own number sentences. She ordered the numbers by herself and wrote numbers 1-20
Daniel has been busy with science investigations to make ice melt, reading and writing. He has written some sentences and created a picture for Nightingale Ward. He has been working really hard on his handwriting and phonics.
Do you remember our bread experiment? I took it home as my home learning project while school was closed and have been checking the slices every day. This morning I noticed a small spot of mold on two slices of bread-the one touched by dirty hands and the one touched by hands washed with water. I will keep checking and post photos when I see any changes.