A Letter from Miss Sparkes
Letter 5 - 29.05.2020
Letter number five. I hope you all had a lovely Bank Holiday weekend! I’m pleased for everyone we got some gorgeous weather on Monday. It was just so windy on Saturday and Sunday, it felt like the start of Wizard of Oz film (you might not have seen that film, but there is a big, windy storm).
During the week I went on a few new walks, it has been great to be able to get in the car and travel a little further to see some new sights. I’m planning a few longer bike rides as I really enjoyed them last week. Although I would like a comfier seat. Due to the new rules I am super excited this week as I have planned to go on a walk with my sister, who I’ve not seen since the first weekend in March. I cannot wait! Hopefully it’s nice and sunny so we can have a little picnic near each other too.
Last Thursday I had another Midwife appointment. She was happy with how big the baby is and found the heartbeat straight away, it always surprises me how loud and fast it is. During the last few weeks, I have taken part in quite a few Zoom NCT classes. I’ve been learning lots about what to expect towards the end of my pregnancy and life when the baby arrives. They even talk about what the colour of poo might be in a nappy. I have loved finding out lots of new information and it makes the whole experience feel very exciting.
The school website
As it Half Term I will not be sending out new pieces of work for you to complete, however, it would be good for you to continue a little bit of work during the next few weeks.
Activities you could do: times tables practise, telling the time, practise your joined handwriting, practise the Year 1 and 2 common exception words, read new books, magazines or newspapers, bake something (follow instructions), get crafty and design something that could be used in your house or garden, finally you could even learn to play a new game.
Answers to the riddles
Well done to anyone who guessed/knew any of the correct answers!
- David's father has three sons: Snap, Crackle, and _____? David
- They have no flesh, or feathers, or scales, or bone. Yet they have fingers and thumbs of their own. What are they? Gloves
- This is as light as a feather, yet no man can hold it for long. What am I? Your breath
- The more you take away, the more I become. What am I? A hole
Which is the largest planet in space?
What year was the internet created?
What is the largest type of fish in the world?
Which player has scored the most Premier League goals during their career?
What is longest river in the world?
Who came to Britain first the Romans or the Vikings?
Activities for this week
Additional Home Learning
Websites and Apps
|Character book review.docx||Download|
|Contractions spelling activity.docx||Download|
|KS1 Addition Word Problem Challenge Cards.pdf||Download|
|KS1 Puzzles and Problems.pdf||Download|
|KS1 times table challenge - Maths.docx||Download|
|Mixed Maths Questions Quiz.docx||Download|