If you are unable to get into school on Monday, here is some home learning.
Find a strip of paper and ask a grown up to draw a line on it. Label your line with numbers 0 to 10. Now you have a number line to work out the following maths number sentences!
Now write some of your own on a sheet of paper and bring them into school to test the other children!
Think about the spine poem you wrote last week about a Christmas tree or a snowman. It went something like this:
Our Christmas tree
Pretty baubles hanging
Red snowman dancing
Brown reindeer rocking
bright lights flashing
Our Christmas tree!
Have a go at writing one about a Christmas cake, a snowman or the snow scene you can see outside your window.
In Science this week we have been learning about different animals. Can you remember the meaning of these words?
Here is a riddle for you to work out!
What am I?
I am black and white
I am an omnivore
I have a beak
I have feathers.
Now write a riddle of your own.
Have fun in the snow!
Well, every body made it into school! So unless the children want some extra work in the holidays, you can ignore what I wrote above!
Jess the Reading Dog is feeling festive!
The children have rehearsed their Christmas tree/snowman poems and some have done a wonderful performance of them all by themselves.
Hazel Class we have finally made it to the end of term!
We have really enjoyed our last few days this week. The children have decorated snowman biscuits, had a brilliant class party, made some beautiful festive crafts and made Christingle's ready for church this afternoon.
All the staff in Hazel Class would like to thank everyone for their very generous gifts and the lovely messages you have sent us.
We wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
See you in 2023!