Reception Elm Class
Update Week Commencing 6th April 2020
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In school we listened to the story of Easter, then we took turns to retell and act out the story of Palm Sunday.
. Can you remember the story and tell it to your family?
The link below will tell you the rest of the Easter story
We also thought about some of the different traditions and celebrations associated with Easter and what they represent for Christians such as eating hot cross buns and decorating Easter crosses with flowers.
We made an Easter garden, can you tell your family what we put in our Easter garden and why we added those items?
Discover more about different traditions Easter using the following link:
Below is a selection of activities the children may find interesting whilst they are learning from home...
This website has lots of fun activities to try at home:
Keep the children fit and healthy indoors with Joe Wicks' daily PE sessions.
Daily maths activities from Whiterose maths.
Recipe to make playdough
To participate with dough gym, your child will need playdough. Here is a recipe for making your own playdough.
- 1 cup of flour
- ½ a cup of salt
- 2 Tbsp Cream of Tartar
- 1 cup of water
- 1 Tbsp of oil
- Food colouring
Mix all together
Microwave on medium heat for two minutes……… stir
Microwave on medium for a further two minutes
Cool, knead when just warm
Here are some of the links we think will be the most useful to you at this time:
Learning Support Assistants: