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During the school closure, teachers will post work onto the class pages daily.

We will often be using online learning resources that the children use regularly, Poisson Rouge.

For Poisson Rouge please use login: corona2020 password: corona2020

If your child has forgotten their log in for the other websites, please email your teacher.

maura.patterson@bridgewater.herts.sch.uk

maria.hales@bridgewater.herts.sch.uk

jenny.berry@bridgewater.herts.sch.uk

 

 

 

What does learning look like? Some practical ideas to support mathematical development and early writing overview.

It is the end of the most unusual term and the start of the two week Easter holiday. It has been great to keep in touch and find out all the interesting things you have been up to. The photos below show some of the activities that have been keeping you busy. As I am sure you will be missing Mrs Francis and Mrs Marsh they have recorded themselves singing and reading a story.

 

For Family Learning over the Easter period, I would like you to send me your favorite joke, as I think we all need to keep laughing. Please get your adult to email Mrs Patterson and I will make a joke book with your jokes in it, so that we can laugh along with our friends. My all time favorite joke is 'What do you call a three legged donkey? .........'A wonky Donkey' hopefully this will get your funny juices flowing and you can send your jokes in.

 

 

Before I sign off and wish you a Happy Easter, as I type I heard a new noise and look who has just moved into the field at the back of my house

 

 

Wishing you all well and keep safe.

 

The Ducklings Team

Friday 3rd April, this week has all been about eggs as we look forward to Easter. There are three things to watch on CBBC Let's celebrate, Celebrating Easter, Preparing for Easter and The Easter story. They give a good easy introduction to why we celebrate Easter. Your task is to watch the short films and then maybe today or over the next few days to eat a hot cross bun and see what you can remember about why we celebrate Easter.

Easter Bunny Twists, I have included this recipe, as we usually make these at school but I know many of you will not have strong white flour or yeast. If you do the children enjoy kneading and eating the bunnies!

Thursday 2nd April, 'An egg is textured..', today Ducklings I want you to think about how things feel, Some eggs are hard, some are soft and rubbery, some are smooth and others are rough. Can you describe how things feel, as a challenge can you think of 2 things to describe an object. Mrs Patterson might say 'Harry feels soft and warm'.

Thursday 2nd April, 'An egg is textured..', today Ducklings I want you to think about how things feel, Some eggs are hard, some are soft and rubbery, some are smooth and others are rough. Can you describe how things feel, as a challenge can you think of 2 things to describe an object. Mrs Patterson might say 'Harry feels soft and warm'. 1
Thursday 2nd April, 'An egg is textured..', today Ducklings I want you to think about how things feel, Some eggs are hard, some are soft and rubbery, some are smooth and others are rough. Can you describe how things feel, as a challenge can you think of 2 things to describe an object. Mrs Patterson might say 'Harry feels soft and warm'. 2

Wednesday 1st April 'An egg is colourful..', today Ducklings I would like you get creative and make a colourful egg. If you have paints can you mix the colours to see what new colours you can make. Or you could use coloured pencils or felt pens. Thank you for all your lovely messages about 'A quiet egg', I am so glad to know you enjoyed it, I found it really tricky to get onto the website but Mrs (and Mr) Patterson had to 'try, try, try! I look forward to seeing your amazing creations.

Wednesday 1st April 'An egg is colourful..', today Ducklings I would like you get creative and make a colourful egg. If you have paints can you mix the colours to see what new colours you can make. Or you could use coloured pencils or felt pens. Thank you for all your lovely messages about 'A quiet egg', I am so glad to know you enjoyed it, I found it really tricky to get onto the website but Mrs (and Mr) Patterson had to 'try, try, try! I look forward to seeing your amazing creations. 1

Tuesday 31st March For your task today I would like your child to draw some eggs and cut them out to make a number line. When cutting your child's thumb should always be on the top, towards the ceiling.If your child is still working on recognising numerals to 5, make 1-5, if they can recognise numerals to 10 make 10 eggs. Get the children to write the numbers on the eggs, if they are struggling with numerals, on the back of each egg draw dots that corrolate to the number so 2 = .. , 5 = .....  . 

 

You could play at hiding the eggs around the house or garden and then making a number line, you could ask brother's or sister to join in too. If the task is fun you will be amazed how long they will play at it, all whilst working on numbers.

Ducklings busy learning, take a look at what your friends have been up to...

Hello Ducklings. I hope that the sun shines! A Spring 'job' for you today. Let me know what you find? Thank you - Mrs Berry

Family Learning for Week beginning 20 March, enjoy the weekend

Thursday 26th March, our 'rude' day. Can you tell your adult why it is a rude day? Apologies I will try and get the date right from now on!

Wednesday 26th March,

25th March Good Morning

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