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Wednesday 29th April 20202


Good morning! 😊


It looks like you might need your coat and wellies again  if you go outside today. 

☔️ If you want to stay in the dry, have a look at some of these indoor activities to keep you busy. (below)

Sticking with the weather, maybe you could draw your weather symbols for our Geography activity today, or maybe you could do another rainbow experiment.

The ‘fruity sweets’ (aka Skittles) one looks like fun! 🌈 

There is also a super competition if you love ART- Design your Super Bear !

Maybe you would like to try?

By the way how is your daily exercise going?

Are you still joining in with Joe Wicks every day or would you like to try something new? Maybe have a go at a few GoNoodle videos to get you moving!


Ooh and how are you getting on with practising your phonics?

Enjoy your day, let me know what you get up to and keep being brilliant!


Mrs Wagner


Joke of the day!

Q: What did the traffic light say to the car?
A: Don’t look. I’m about to change.

100 things to do indoors!


 letter c



Please remember to watch daily lesson at 10:30 and 11:00!

Phonics- real or nonsense?


This activity on BBC Bitesize is very child friendly.

Follow the instructions and complete:

Activity2- Wednesday


Correct the mistakes.


Look at each of the below sentences. Think about the punctuation and spelling.

Are the capital letters, full stops, exclamation marks and questions marks in the correct place?

Re-write each sentence correcting the spelling and punctuation mistakes. 

1. onse upon a time there were free baby owls

2. a big branch for sera, a small branch for percy and a bit of old ivy for bill

3. it was dark in the wuds and they had to be brave

4. where's mummy

5. maybe a fox got her



White Rose lessons!

Today please try and complete lesson 3 from Summer Term – Week 2 (w/c 27 April)


If you find it too tricky there is a nice game on BusyThings- halving pizza!