BUBBLES AND RAINBOWS
As the new classes will now be known as bubbles, and we have seen a lot of rainbows over the last ten weeks, it seems only fitting that this week we have a focus on bubbles and rainbows as we get to know the children! The page this week has been split into activities for the children to complete at home on Monday, Tuesday and Friday, plus and overview and resources linked to what we will do in class on Wednesday and Thursday.
ACTIVITIES FOR MONDAY, TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
REMEMBER TO COMPLETE YOUR PHONICS EVERYDAY TOO
After the storm, a beautiful rainbow filled the sky.
Here is a video of the story in case you don't have access to the Bible story.
RAINBOW BUBBLE PRINTING
Bubble Printing: 1/2 cup of water, 2 Tablespoons of paint, and a few squirts of dish soap in each container. Blow with a straw into the cup to make lots of bubbles pile up on top of the cup - then press paper to the bubbles so they pop and leave bubble prints!
Using resources you have at home, in the recycling or that you find on your nature walks, have a go at making different bubble blowers. Below are some ideas for you. How big can you make your bubble?
There are lots of different recipes available, I have added a link to one below. Why don't you try adding different amounts of ingredients and experiment making the ultimate bubble solution! I have heard that you can add dissolved sugar to bubble mix, and even scents such as vanilla essence to give them a smell. You can add food colouring but have you have to be careful that they don't stain.
MELTING RAINBOW SKITTLES
Have a try at this very cool science experiment. Are they melting or are they dissolving?
RESOURCES FOR LEARNING WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY
Please see a copy of our weekly timetable which identifies the learning that the children will be doing in class for the two days they are in this week. Please note that there will be a focus on the differences between school now and what they have been used to, ensuring social distancing as well as taking time to get to know the children.
There are You Tube links to the stories below as we appreciate that you may not have access to these texts.