Click on the file below entitled 'English' to learn how to draw simple penguins. You could give your penguins different clothes, hats, glasses, beards and jewellery!
Do you know what a passport is and why we need one? Do you have one in your house that you can look at?
Do you know what this is?
Stoke Hill Infant and Nursery School
Can you practice writing your home address? Is it in your or your grown up’s passport?
Now you’re ready to create your very own penguin passport so they can go on their journey!
Download and print Slide 2 in the file below entitled 'English' and draw your penguin in the ‘photograph’ section. Give them a name, think about what your penguin’s signature would look like and make up an address.
Don't forget you can use things from around your house to help you with these sums. Do you have any dried pasta shells? Any sweets?
Do you still have the resources that were sent home in your parent-teacher meeting envelope? A 100 square might be useful! Or you could use the interactive beadstring - just click on the link below entitled 'interactive bead string'.
Maths - Monday.pptx
Maths - Monday and Tuesday teaching.pdf
Maths - Monday and Tuesday practice.pdf
Maths - Monday and Tuesday mastery.docx
Look at Maggie Li’s book ‘Big City Atlas’. You can see some pages of it if you click on the link below entitled ‘Big City Atlas’.
In her book, a penguin visits lots of different places in the world and writes about what he sees. Can you talk to your grown up about the place your penguin is going to visit? Do you know at least four facts about it?
Draw a map like the ones in the book for your chosen place. Can you write some facts about it?
If you’re stuck for ideas there is a link below entitled ‘Barnaby Bear’s travels’. Here you will find some videos where Barnaby Bear visits some lovely cities!