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Tuesday 2nd February

Before we start our learning today, I want to say 'well done' to the children who have been reading books from the Epic website. Have a look, there are lots of books to choose from and audio books to listen to.


Good morning, and happy Tuesday!

I hope you are all well and that you are all smiling.

First of all, here is Tuesday’s mindfulness activity.



Watch the video again. Talk about how the boy might be feeling when the penguin first arrives at his door. Why do you think the penguin follows the boy? What does he want.

The boy made a mistake leaving the penguin at the South Pole. Talk about a mistake you or your child might have made in the past. How did you resolve them?

The penguin was lonely... talk about what is means to be lonely and how we can help others when they are feeling lonely. What can we do when we feel lonely ourselves?

Lost and Found By Oliver Jeffers

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I would like you to draw a picture of the boy and the penguin. Draw a thought bubble next to each one, like the one below.

Write in the thought bubble what you think the boy and the penguin are thinking.



Today we are going to look at the ie digraph (2 letters that make 1 sound)

Jolly phonics song and action

Jolly Phonics "ie" Sounds

Play the game Flies in the Pies on Education City


In maths today we are going to look at positional language. Describe the position of an object/person/toy.

Look together with your child at the pictures of the penguin. Discuss where the penguin is using the vocabulary on the sheet.


Look at the Lost and Found poster. Look at the instruction poster attached and ask your child to answer the questions.


Join in with YoYo for a super fun dance workout

Dance For Kids! Super FUN Dance Workout! Go with YoYo

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The Littlest Things Give the Loveliest Hugs written by Mark Sperring & Maddie Frost, read to you by Mrs Spooner

The Littlest Things Give The Loveliest Hugs

Well, that is the end of today's home learning. I hope you have enjoyed the activities and you are all feeling well and happy. I look forward to seeing you all tomorrow.

Take care of yourselves and keep smiling.

Mrs Spooner x