Dalton School Junior Infant And Nursery

From little acorns, mighty oaks will grow

Mayfield Avenue, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, HD5 9HN
Contact: Mrs H Valentine (Office Manager)

01484 538729

office.dalton@kirkleeseducation.uk

1/2BUTLER HOME LEARNING

Hi 1/2Butler!

Over the coming weeks, I will be updating our home learning page daily with lots of fun activities and challenges for you to try at home. I will also include links to some useful websites that will support you with your home learning. I will be using School Ping and emails to keep in touch with you all so please contact me if you have any questions or if you need any advice or support. I’m happy to help in any way that I can!
My email address is stacey.butler@kirkleeseducation.uk
I welcome any feedback from you so that we can work together as a team. Please keep in touch.
I’m looking forward to seeing what you have all been doing at home!
Miss Butler x

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HOME LEARNING WORK - WEEK 2

Have a look at some more of our amazing work!

Friday 3rd April

Thank you for all of the wonderful work that you have sent in this week. I can see that a lot of time and effort has been spent on your home learning activities. Well done!

Fitness Workout - Joe Wicks has a live workout on his YouTube channel at 9am. Don't worry if you miss it because it will be saved to his channel if you want to do it later in the day. (See useful links below to access the link)
If you are fed up of the Joe Wicks workout, you could have a go at creating your own exercise routine. You could include star jumps, squats, hops, skipping etc

Reading Eggs - I have set you a challenge that will appear as soon as you login. You have to do this activity first before it will let you continue working on Reading Eggs. After the challenge, you can continue working through a couple of the levels on Reading Eggs. (See useful links below to access the link)

Reading - Please spend 10 minutes reading everyday. You can read one of your school books, a book from home, a library book or any of your favourite texts.
Please write a comment in the yellow reading record book. 
Reading Question Of The Day! - Can you retell the story/part of the story in your own words?

Spelling and Phonics - RAINBOW WRITING
Practise writing out some of your spelling words using lots of different colours. You could write them BIG or SMALL. You could see how many times you can write the word in 1 minute. You could cut the letters up and practise building the words. You could use some of the phonics sounds that we have recapped or you could practise some of the spelling words from the list below.
because     really     thought     through     every     should     people     children

Maths - Subtracting multiples of 10 from a 2 digit number.
I have set you a challenge on Purple Mash. Remember that the tens get smaller but the ones do not change.
eg. 85 - 50 = 
     85
     75
     65
     55
     45
     35 

English - Create a Magical Potion
Your challenge for today is to create a set of instructions to make your own magical potion. You can use any ingredients that you wish and your potion can have any magical power. Remember to use the non-negotiable to help you with your ideas.

 

 

ICT - Use 2Paint to create a picture of your magical potion!
After writing your instructions, you can then create a picture using Purple Mash to show some of the ingredients or to show what your potion will look like.
We have used this tool before in school so you should know how to change the pens and the colours. I have set this as a 2Do so you will get the alert at the top of the screen as normal. I'm looking forward to seeing some wonderful, magical potions! 

Thursday 2nd April

Good morning!
Please find all of your activities below. You can do these in any order.

Fitness Workout - Joe Wicks has a live workout on his YouTube channel at 9am. Don't worry if you miss it because it will be saved to his channel if you want to do it later in the day. (See useful links below to access the link)
If you are fed up of the Joe Wicks workout, you could have a go at creating your own exercise routine. You could include star jumps, squats, hops, skipping etc

TT Rockstars/Numbots – Please spend some time practising your times tables on TT Rockstars. When you have practised in the GARAGE, you can then challenge yourself on the ARENA game. Some of the questions may appear as divides so be careful. Have a couple of rounds and see if you can beat your own score!

Reading - Please spend 10 minutes reading everyday. You can read one of your school books, a book from home, a library book or any of your favourite texts.
Please write a comment in the yellow reading record book. 
Reading Questions Of The Day! - Is your book fiction or non-fiction? How do you know? Can you name any features of a non-fiction text?
Fiction books tell a story. Non-fiction books give facts and information.

Spelling and Phonics - Have a go at the Scrabble Spelling sheet below. We have practised the ie / igh / i-e sound during phonics lessons at school.
You could play against another member of your family to see who can score the most points!

Maths - Adding multiples of 10 to a 2 digit number.
I have set you a challenge on Purple Mash. Remember that the tens get bigger but the ones do not change.
eg. 34 + 40 = 74
      34
      44
      54
      64
      74

English - Writing Instructions
Yesterday you drew pictures to help you organise your instructions. Your challenge for today is to write the instructions to match the pictures. Remember that your instructions need to be clear and organised so that the reader can follow them carefully. I have included a non-negotiable to help you with some key words. I have also uploaded two example texts to give you some ideas for your writing. (Click on the PDF files below)
I can't wait to see some lovely, neat instructional texts!

Name
 How to bath your dog.pdfDownload
 How to make chocolate rice krispie cakes.pdfDownload
Showing 1-2 of 2

Music - Ludwig Van Beethoven - 5th Symphony in C Minor (Click on the picture to access the YouTube video link)

In class, we have been listening to different pieces of classical music. We normally find a quiet place, close our eyes and spend a little bit of time just listening to the music.
This helps us to visualise in our mind and think about what we can see and how we feel when we listen to the music. I would like you to listen to the piece of music and then discuss the following questions
 - How does it make you feel?
 - Where do you think this piece of music would have been played?
 - What do you see in your mind when you listen to this piece of music?

Then you can draw a picture to show what you visualise when you listen to the music. Remember it is whatever you think - there is no right or wrong!

Wednesday 1st april

Hi 1/2Butler
Please find all of your activities below. You can do these in any order.

Fitness Workout - Joe Wicks has a live workout on his YouTube channel at 9am. Don't worry if you miss it because it will be saved to his channel if you want to do it later in the day. (See useful links below to access the link)
If you are fed up of the Joe Wicks workout, you could have a go at creating your own exercise routine. You could include star jumps, squats, hops, skipping etc

Reading Eggs - I have set you a challenge that will appear as soon as you login. You have to do this activity first before it will let you continue working on Reading Eggs. After the challenge, you can continue working through a couple of the levels on Reading Eggs. (See useful links below to access the link)

Reading - Please spend 10 minutes reading everyday. You can read one of your school books, a book from home, a library book or any of your favourite texts.
Please write a comment in the yellow reading record book. 
Reading Question Of The Day! - Does the story that you are reading remind you of any other books that you have read?
Think about the characters, the setting and what happens in the story.

Spelling and Phonics - I have set different challenges on Purple Mash. (See useful links below to access the link)
One activity will help you practise the spelling of high frequency words and common exception words.
The other activity consolidates the ou / ow sound that we have already covered in class.
When you login to Purple Mash you will have an alert at the top of the screen. You will be able to get to the activities by clicking on the alerts.

English - Instructions
Your challenge for today is to draw the different stages for a set of instructions.  First you need to decide what instructions you would like to do.
Here are some examples that you could try: 
 - How to wash your hands
 - How to make a sandwich
 - How to make buns/a cake
 - How to bath a dog/How to clean the rabbit cage
 - How to plant a bulb/seeds
 You can choose one of these or an idea of your own. Tomorrow we will write the instructions so you only need to draw the different steps today.
I have included some pictures below to help you. I will upload the full document tomorrow to help you with the writing part.

Maths - Crack The Code
Use your division and multiplication skills to crack the code below and reveal the secret message.

ART/DT - Easter Crafts
Your challenge for today is to have lots of fun designing and making your own Easter crafts! You can present this in any way that you want. You might draw, paint, make a model or design something on the computer. I have included some pictures below to give you some ideas but you can do any Easter craft that want. You could design your own egg, make an Easter card, make some Easter bunting or make an Easter bunny/chick decoration. I'm looking forward to seeing lots of different designs and ideas!

Tuesday 31st march

Good morning 1/2Butler!
Please find all of your activities below. You can do these in any order throughout the day.

Fitness Workout - Joe Wicks has a live workout on his YouTube channel at 9am. Don't worry if you miss it because it will be saved to his channel if you want to do it later in the day. (See useful links below to access the link)
If you are fed up of the Joe Wicks workout, you could have a go at creating your own exercise routine. You could include star jumps, squats, hops, skipping etc

TT Rockstars/Numbots – Please spend some time practising your times tables on TT Rockstars. When you have practised in the GARAGE, you can then challenge yourself on the ARENA game. Some of the questions may appear as divides so be careful. Have a couple of rounds and see if you can beat your own score!

Reading - Please spend 10 minutes reading everyday. You can read one of your school books, a book from home, a library book or any of your favourite texts.
Please write a comment in the yellow reading record book. 
Reading Question Of The Day! - If you could write a book, what would it be about?

Maths - Sharing (Division)
Use the picture on the right to help you draw the jottings and solve the divisions below.

Miss Butler has £12. She shares the money between 4 children.
How much money does each child get?


Tom, Ben and Jess share 18 sweets. How many sweets does each child get?


Mrs Lancelot finds 24 basketballs. She shares them between 4 classes.
How many basketballs does each class get?


Mr Richardson buys 21 chocolate buns. He shares them between himself, Miss Butler and Mrs Lancelot. How many buns do they each get?


4 monkeys share 20 bananas equally. How many bananas does each monkey get?


Leo has 28 goldfish. He shares them equally into 4 fish tanks.
How many fish are there in each fish tank?

 
English - Instructions Reading Comprehension
Read the instructions carefully and 
then have a go at answering the questions.

 
Topic - The National Anthem

Your challenge for today is to rewrite the first verse of our national anthem. This is quite a tricky task but you can have fun playing around with the words. If it gets too tricky you could always just learn to sing the national anthem as it is!

  • You could replace the adjectives (gracious, noble, victorious, happy, glorious) with suitable adjectives of your own.
    OR

  • Use this template and finish each line,
    ‘God save…
    Long live…

    God save the Queen!
    Send her…
    ……. and …….
    Long to…
    God save the Queen!’
    OR 

  • You could write your own version using all of your own ideas in any style that you like. Could you write a rap national anthem?

Here are some key words that might help you:
royal, monarch, monarchy, reign, rule, throne, palace, castle, heir, crown, loyal

 

Monday 30th March

Hi 1/2Butler!
Welcome back for your second week of home learning. Please find all of your activities below. You can do these in any order throughout the day.

Fitness Workout - Joe Wicks has a live workout on his YouTube channel at 9am. Don't worry if you miss it because it will be saved to his channel if you want to do it later in the day. (See useful links below to access the link)
If you are fed up of the Joe Wicks workout, you could have a go at creating your own exercise routine. You could include star jumps, squats, hops, skipping etc

Reading Eggs - I have set you a challenge that will appear as soon as you login. You have to do this activity first before it will let you continue working on Reading Eggs. After the challenge, you can continue working through a couple of the levels on Reading Eggs. (See useful links below to access the link)

Reading - Please spend 10 minutes reading everyday. You can read one of your school books, a book from home, a library book or any of your favourite texts.
Please write a comment in the yellow reading record book. 
Reading Questions Of The Day! - How would you describe the main character? What adjectives would you use? eg. brave, fierce, excited, miserable

Spelling and Phonics - I have set you a challenge on Purple Mash.
The activity consolidates the ie/igh sound that we have already covered in class.
When you login to Purple Mash you will have an alert at the top of the screen. You will be able to get to the activity by clicking on the alert.
When you have completed the Purple Mash challenge have a go at the Snakes and Ladders sheet below. Can you read all of the ie/igh words?

Maths - written method for multiplication. Remember to draw the arrays carefully so that you can count them to see how many there are altogether. You can cross them off as you count if it makes it easier for you. If you can solve the multiplication by using your times tables then you don't need to draw an array.

Use the example to help you complete the multiplications below.

4 x 7 =                    8 x 3 =                    9 x 2 =


5 x 6 =                    3 x 9 =                    8 x 4 =

 

7 x 6 =                    10 x 4 =                  6 x 4 =

English - This week we are going to be thinking about instructions.
Instructions can be a recipe from a cook book, rules of how to play a game or an instruction manual of how to work equipment. Can you find any examples of instructions in your house? Your first task is to read different instructions and make a list of the words that the instructions start with, eg. cut, make, put, stick, first, then.
Then have a go at following the instructions below.


Topic
- Family Tree Activity

The picture shows part of the Royal Family's family tree. How many people do you recognise? Do you know how they are related to each other?

Your challenge is to create your own family tree. You will need to talk to your family about different family members. It can get quite complicated so you don't have to include all of your family members. You can present this is any way that you like. You can use photos, draw pictures or paint your family tree.
It is totally up to you how you present it but I have included a few pictures to help you if you are stuck. Have fun!

 

 

Home Learning Work - Week 1

Take a look at some of the fantastic pieces of work that have been sent in.
You are producing some brilliant work and I can't wait to see some more! Keep up the great work 1/2Butler!

FRIDAY 27TH MARCH

Good morning!
You have all done an amazing job during your first week of home learning! I'm very proud of you all for your hard work and effort. THANK YOU!
Please find all of your activities below. You can do these in any order throughout the day.

Fitness Workout - Joe Wicks has a live workout on his YouTube channel at 9am. Don't worry if you miss it because it will be saved to his channel if you want to do it later in the day. (See useful links below to access the link)

Reading Eggs - I have set you a challenge that will appear as soon as you login. You have to do this activity first before it will let you continue working on Reading Eggs. After the challenge, you can continue working through a couple of the levels on Reading Eggs. (See useful links below to access the link)

Reading - Please spend 10 minutes reading everyday. You can read one of your school books, a book from home, a library book or any of your favourite texts.
Please write a comment in the yellow reading record book. 
Reading Questions Of The Day! - What do you predict will happen next? Think about what you have read so far and say what you think will happen next.

Spelling and Phonics - Have a go at the Spelling Boggle sheet below.
How many ea or ee words can you make? You could play against another member of your family to see who can write the most words!

EnglishGorilla by Anthony Browne
Yesterday you started writing your own diary entry. You chose your own characters and thought about the adventure that you were going to write about.
Your challenge is to continue your diary entry and to try and include lots of detail and description. Remember to use your pictures to help you map out the different parts of your diary entry. Today you are going to write about where you went on your adventure, the things that you saw and the things that you did. 
Take your time and talk about your ideas to help you plan what you want to write. 

Use the non-negotiable to help you with key vocabulary.                                                         Use the model to help you think about your ideas.

 
Maths
- You have recapped the written methods for addition and subtraction this week. You have done a brilliant job of following the methods carefully!
Your challenge for today is to use those skills to help you complete the quiz below. You can probably use your mental maths skills to do the first 6 questions in your head.

Science - Healthy Eating
We have been learning about the importance of a healthy, balanced diet. Your challenge for today (or over the weekend) is to get involved with the cooking in your house.
Can you help your family prepare a meal? You could help with chopping, peeling, mixing, stirring or weighing ingredients. You can help to make any quick, easy meal or snack that your family like to eat. You could even do some baking if you have the ingredients at home. I'd love to see some pictures of you being chefs in the kitchen.
Remember that you've got to help wash up and tidy up if you helped to make the food! 
Please be careful if you are using any equipment and only help if an adult is there to supervise you!

THURSDAY 26TH MARCH

Hi 1/2Butler,
Thank you for sending lots of work in yesterday. Have a look at the pictures above to see what all your friends have been doing!

Fitness Workout - Joe Wicks has a live workout on his YouTube channel at 9am. Don't worry if you miss it because it will be saved to his channel if you want to do it later in the day. (See useful links below to access the link)

TT Rockstars/Numbots – Please spend some time practising your times tables on TT Rockstars. When you have practised in the GARAGE, you can then challenge yourself on the ARENA game. Some of the questions may appear as divides so be careful. Have a couple of rounds and see if you can beat your own score!


Reading
- Please spend 10 minutes reading everyday. You can read one of your school books, a book from home, a library book or any of your favourite texts.
Please write a comment in the yellow reading record book. 
Reading Question Of The Day! - Where is the setting of your story? Remember that the setting is where the story takes place.


Spelling and Phonics - I have set you 2 different challenges on Purple Mash. 
(See useful links below to access the link)
One activity 
will help you practise the spelling of high frequency words and common exception words.
The other activity  consolidates the ee/ea sound that we have already covered in class.
When you login to Purple Mash you will have an alert at the top of the screen. You will be able to get to the activities by clicking on the alert.


Maths - written method for subtraction. Remember to set your work out neatly so that you can follow the method carefully!
This method can get quite tricky so don't worry if you find it a little bit hard. 
See photo below for an example of the method.

Use the example above to help you complete the questions below.

1. 91 - 23 =               2. 62 - 34 =               3. 74 - 26 =             4. 83 - 17 =        


 5. 60 - 32 =               6. 84 - 35 =               7. 41 - 26 =            8. 80 - 58 =


English
Gorilla by Anthony Browne
Yesterday you planned your own version of the story. You chose your own characters and thought about the adventure that you were going to write about.
Over the next 2 days, your challenge is to turn those ideas into a diary entry. You are going to write about meeting your character and all of the fun, exciting things that you did together. Remember to use your pictures to help you map out the different parts of your diary entry. This English activity is for the next 2 days so that you have enough time to think carefully and produce a fantastic, descriptive diary entry. Take your time and talk about your ideas to help you plan what you want to write. 

Use the non-negotiable to help you with key vocabulary.                                                                              Use the model to help you think about your ideas.


Music - Frederic Chopin - Fantaisie Impromptu, Op.66 (click on the picture to access the YouTube video link)

In class, we have been listening to different pieces of classical music. We normally find a quiet place, close our eyes and spend a little bit of time just listening to the music.
This helps us to visualise in our mind and think about what we can see and how we feel when we listen to the music. I would like you to listen to the piece of music and then discuss the following questions
 - How does it make you feel?
 - Where do you think this piece of music would have been played?
 - What do you see in your mind when you listen to this piece of music?

Then you can draw a picture to show what you visualise when you listen to the music. Remember it is whatever you think - there is no right or wrong!

 

WEDNESDAY 25TH MARCH

Morning!
Please find all of your activities below. You can do these in any order throughout the day.
I hope you are all still enjoying your home learning. You are producing some lovely work and it is really nice to see you enjoying your activities alongside your family.

Fitness Workout - Joe Wicks has a live workout on his YouTube channel at 9am. Don't worry if you miss it because it will be saved to his channel if you want to do it later in the day. (See useful links below to access the link)

Reading Eggs - I have set you a challenge that will appear as soon as you login. You have to do this activity first before it will let you continue working on Reading Eggs. After the challenge, you can continue working through a couple of the levels on Reading Eggs. (See useful links below to access the link)

Reading - Please spend 10 minutes reading everyday. You can read one of your school books, a book from home, a library book or any of your favourite texts.
Please write a comment in the yellow reading record book. 
Reading Questions Of The Day! - How does the character feel when...? Can you think of a better word than happy, sad or scared?

Spelling and Phonics - I have set you a challenge on Purple Mash.
The activity consolidates the ai/ay sound that we have already covered in class.
When you login to Purple Mash you will have an alert at the top of the screen. You will be able to get to the activity by clicking on the alert.
When you have completed the Purple Mash challenge have a go at the Scrabble Spelling sheet below.
You could play against another member of your family to see who can score the most points!

Maths - written method for subtraction. Remember to set your work out neatly so that you can follow the method carefully! See photo below for an example of the method.

Use the example above to help you complete the questions below.

1. 87 - 43 =               2. 75 - 21 =               3. 68 - 35 =             4. 76 - 42 =        


 5. 99 - 54 =               6. 57 - 11 =               7. 79 - 28 =            8. 86 - 21 =


English - Gorilla by Anthony Browne

 Click on the picture to access the YouTube video link so that you can listen to the story.
 Your challenge for today is to create your own story plan that will help you write your own version of the story later in the week.
 You are going to imagine that you met an animal and went on an exciting adventure with them - just like the story!
 In your work book, you can draw pictures and record key words that will help you when you start writing your version of the story.
 You need to
  - change the animal = you might meet a lion, a shark, a fox, a parrot or any other animal
  - change the place that you go = you might go to the seaside, the jungle, the park, a forest or a palace
  - think about the things that you will see = you might see other animals, something magical or something scary
  - think about what you will do = you might have a picnic, play a game, have a dance or read a story 
  - think about how you will feel at the end of your adventure = you might be happy because you've made a new friend, tired because of                                                                            all the fun that you've had or upset because your new friend is leaving you
                                                           You will use these pictures and key words to help you start your writing tomorrow so think carefully about your story plan!


Topic - DT/Art activity linked to The Royal Family. (Queen's Knickers - see document below)

Follow the YouTube link to access the video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-wbxz8Drjw

TUEsday 24th March

Hi!
Please find all of your activities below. You can do these in any order throughout the day.

Thank you so much for all of the brilliant work and photographs that I received yesterday. I was really pleased to see that you tried so hard on your first day of home learning. Keep up the great work!


Fitness Workout - Joe Wicks has a live workout on his YouTube channel at 9am. Don't worry if you miss it because it will be saved to his channel if you want to do it later in the day. (See useful links below to access the link)

TT Rockstars/Numbots – Please spend some time practising your times tables on TT Rockstars. When you have practised in the GARAGE, you can then challenge yourself on the ARENA game. Some of the questions may appear as divides so be careful. Have a couple of rounds and see if you can beat your own score!

 

Spelling and Phonics – I have set you all a homophones challenge on Purple Mash.
Remember that a homophone is a word that sounds the same but has a different spelling and a different meaning. For example, see and sea
I can see that you have finished all your work.

I like to play in the sea.
When you login to Purple Mash you will have an alert at the top of the screen. You will be able to get to the activities by clicking on them. If you can’t find the activity there, go to the 2Do section and it will be there.
When you have completed the challenge have a go at writing your own sentences using the homophones below.

wood / would        sun / son          where / wear 


Reading - Please spend 10 minutes reading everyday. You can read one of your school books, a book from home, a library book or any of your favourite texts.
Please write a comment in the yellow reading record book.         Reading Questions Of The Day! - Who is your favourite character? Why do you like them?



Maths
- written method for addition. Remember to set your work out neatly so that you can follow the method carefully! See photo below for an example of the method.

Use the example above to help you complete the questions below.

 1. 57 + 24 =               2. 38 + 46 =               3. 29 + 15=             4. 66 + 26 =        


 5. 45 + 38 =               6. 79 + 12 =               7. 67 + 26 =            8. 48 + 47 =


English - Commands

At school, we learnt to write commands last week.  They started with a verb.
In your writing book, draw your own King or Queen.  Then write down some commands that you want to give to your servants!  Start each command with a verb!

Examples:

Clean the palace floor until it is shiny.

Make me a pot of tea in my bright, pink teapot.

Science - Healthy Eating
We have been learning about the importance of a healthy, balanced diet. Use the PowerPoint presentation below to remind you of the different food groups.
Your challenge for today is to create your own healthy menu. You need to include a starter, a main course and a pudding. Can you include all of the different food groups in your menu?


Monday 23rd March

Good morning! 
Please find all of your activities below. You can do these in any order throughout the day.
Please remember to take time to have breaks and enjoy time with your family. I want your home learning to be as enjoyable as possible!

Fitness Workout - Joe Wicks has a live workout on his YouTube channel at 9am. Don't worry if you miss it because it will be saved to his channel if you want to do it later in the day. (See useful links below to access the link)


Reading Eggs - I have set you a challenge that will appear as soon as you login. You have to do this activity first before it will let you continue working on Reading Eggs. After the challenge, you can continue working through a couple of the levels on Reading Eggs. (See useful links below to access the link)


Spelling and Phonics - I have set different challenges on Purple Mash. (See useful links below to access the link)
One activity will help you practise the spelling of high frequency words and common exception words.
The other activity consolidates the oi / oy sound that we have already covered in class.
When you login to Purple Mash you will have an alert at the top of the screen. You will be able to get to the activities by clicking on the alerts.


Reading - Please spend 10 minutes reading everyday. You can read one of your school books, a book from home, a library book or any of your favourite texts.
Please write a comment in the yellow reading record book.         Reading Questions Of The Day! - Who is your favourite author? Why do you like their books?


Maths - written method for addition. Remember to set your work out neatly so that you can follow the method carefully! See photo below for an example of the method.
   
           

 Use the example above to help you complete the questions below.

 1. 56 + 32 =                                        2. 41 + 35 =                                        3. 67 + 21 =                                        4. 35 + 33 = 


 5. 44 + 25 =                                        6. 52 + 13 =                                        7. 77 + 22 =                                        8. 53 + 21 =

English - Spring Poems
We were recently learning about poetry linked to Spring. We read different poems and brainstormed lots of different signs of Spring.
Your challenge for today is to create your own Spring poem. You could use your senses to help you start each line of your poem.
eg. Today I saw.....               Today  I heard.....               Today I felt..... 

Poem Example

Spring is Here!

Today I saw the bright, blue sky again,

Today I smelt the grass from a freshly cut lawn,

Today I heard the birds cheerfully singing in the trees,

Today I felt the sun’s warm fingers on the back of my neck,

Today I saw a posse of bright, happy daffodils,

Today I felt joy in my heart,

Today I could play in my garden,

Today was a great day in Spring!


You can draw your own pictures to show the different signs of Spring that you have described.

 

Topic - Art activity linked to Queen Elizabeth II. (See document below) 

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