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W/B 2 June - activities. This week, as the weather has been so lovely, I have uploaded some work around 'Sun Safety'. There are some power points on that are very good for young children around sun safety. I have also uploaded maths activities around shape - Everyone loves a pizza! You could even make your own!

Children sometimes find talking about their worries very difficult and I have been looking for resources to support this. This is an activity to make a 'worry box'.

The Very Busy Spider (search on You Tube if you do not have the book). (18-5-20) Please use these activities to explore a topic on Spiders. The children would usually say what they want to know about spiders and we write this down. Then we would research on the computer about different spiders and their habitats, life cycle, what they eat. The list can go on as long as the children remain interested - make a bug house and see how many spiders appear. There are lots of creative activities to do around spiders. Have fun and please share your findings, photos on Tapestry. are offering some services free with a code. You will have access to lots of things to do at home with your children.

This is what they are saying:

Using Twinkl during the Coronavirus Shutdown
Schools across the globe are responding to the outbreak of the Coronavirus and governments take further measures to stop the spread of COVID-19.
We've not only created home learning and school closure packs, but have also introduced an offer for all of them to be completely free. Whether you're a teacher, parent or home educator we've put together a simple, step-by-step guide about this offer of help, for you to use. This guide is not designed to override or replace any official guidance, but is intended to advise on using the Twinkl website during this period.

Offer code is:


Please access this if you can.


Other useful websites are:

There is also the Active learn and Purple Mash sites which you have passwords for.

Stay safe,

Michelle Roberts.
Reception teacher.

Recipe for home made play dough.

The children absolutely love play dough and if you keep it on a tray it won't end up all over the carpet! It will keep them amused for ages! ;) Store in the fridge in a plastic bag and it will last a week. Play dough is good for developing fine motor skills and helps to build muscles in little children's hands. It will tread into carpet so be careful and put a plastic mat down or use in a space where mess doesn't matter.


3 cups plain flour

1 cup salt

1 sachet creme tartare

3rd cup of oil

3 cups of boiling water

and mix!

Add food colour and glitter if you like after it cools. The children like to mix food colour into it and watch it change.

It's even better when served warm! Enjoy!


Please post photos onto Tapestry.