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Today I would like you to read the story 'Fix that Bell!' This book has all of the sounds we have already learnt. The book also has the tricky words we, be and me. You can find this book on Oxford Owl in the Letters and Sounds section.

Wellbeing Wednesday!


For this session,  I would like you to spend some time away from the screen, try and get outside if you are able to. I have popped some activities below for you to choose from. (Please remember that these activities do not have to be completed this afternoon I understand that many parents are working from home and it is really difficult to complete home learning and work!) 


1. The Great Outdoors. 

There are lots of things to do outside.

You may choose to play on your bike in the garden or even walk the dog! If you have time you may be able to fit in a longer walk. The link below provides walking routes close to you so you might be able to explore somewhere different. 


2. Make a den. 

It’s a great imaginative play and children big or small, will love it. Plus, it’s super simple to build. You can use a tent, a tippee or build your own using materials you have at home, even blankets and chairs can make a lovely outdoor fort. You will need pillows to make the interior nice and comfy for your little guests. Bring their favourite toys, board games, lovely books, hot chocolate and biscuits and spend a relaxing screen-free afternoon together.


3. Play a board game. 

Playing board games helps children develop their logic and reasoning skills, improve critical thinking and the ability to concentrate and focus for a longer period of time.


4. Make a card for the family members/friends you miss. 

You might not have seen your friends and family for a while. You may like to make a card to tell someone how much you miss them. You might want to put it in the window for when they walk past your house or find out their address and send it to them.