Kids learn best by example. With the perfect examples, this book offers, your child will have more understanding for others, accept diversity, thrive in a multicultural and inclusive environment, and show more empathy. Throughout the story, little superhero Lucas will learn what kindness means and understand what it is like to be kind, sensitive, caring, and generous.
The perfect soothing read for quiet time, Happy gently encourages young readers to explore their emotions and the beautiful world around them. This poetic journey to a place of happiness and calm will inspire and empower your child to enjoy the practice of mindfulness.
Kate is a sporty and happy girl. She does well at school and has many friends. But like every girl, she sometimes faces difficult situations at home or at school. Discover how Kate uses her strong mind to tackle her daily challenges with a positive attitude. Kate will face several situations where she applies a positive attitude to deal with her challenge. Amongst them are getting ready in time in the morning, doing cartwheels, standing in front of the whole class with show and tell and playing basketball.
Do you want to teach your children about Confidence, Resilience and a Positive Mindset? With this second My Strong Mind book, your children will be introduced to more techniques to develop their own strong mind. The story is about Jack, a kind and happy boy who uses his strong mind to tackle his daily challenges with a positive attitude. Jack faces several situations your children will face too. Amongst them are dealing with peer pressure, negative self-thoughts, showing emotions, controlling his anger.
"Let's not just teach our children how to cope and survive, let's teach them how to Thrive" Teach your children about Setting Goals, Perseverance and Staying Motivated? With this third My Strong Mind book, your children will be introduced to Commitment and how to use their strong mind to Set Goals and Work Hard to Deliver Them! We can be sure our children will have to deal with adversity and need to show determination and commitment to reach goals during their lifetime.
This comforting, reassuring picture book will help young children come to terms with divorce and separation. A little boy tries to find a pot of parent glue to stick his mum and dad back together. His parents have come undone and he wants to mend their marriage, stick their smiles back on and make them better. But, as he learns, even though his parents' relationship may be broken, their love for him is not.
A demonstration of finding words within words to practise spellings and a top tip for spelling 'when' 'what' and 'where'.
A demonstration of two ways to practise spellings using paints.
Complete a treasure hunt around the house whilst still practising your spellings. As an alternative, get those drawing pencils out and spell your word using pictures for each letter. Have Fun!
A demonstration showing you how to play some everyday games such as noughts and crosses whilst still practising your spellings.
A demonstration of two activities to help you practise your spellings.
A demonstration of three spelling practise activities.
A demonstration of the actions and pronunciations of our Phase 2 phonemes.
A demonstration of the actions and pronunciations of our Phase 3 phonemes
A demonstration of the actions and pronunciations of our Phase 5 phonemes.
A demonstration of some of the ways you can support your child if they are an early or reluctant reader.
A demonstration of sound buttoning to support phonics application during reading.
A demonstration of the initial discussion when sharing a story book.
A demonstration of questions to ask in the middle of sharing a story.
A demonstration of questions you can ask when you have finished sharing a book.
A demonstration of the conversation between adult and child when sharing the features of non-fiction texts. There is a list of key questions at the end.
A quick video to show how to play this phonics game.
Learn how to play the game.
Watch the video of Rose's eyewitness account. Highlight the nouns, adjectives, verbs, and conjunctions.
Watch the video explaining how to use a thesaurus to find exciting vocabulary
Listen to The Great Fire of London story and answer the comprehension questions found on Purple Mash.
Watch the video explaining the rules for adding 'ing' to verbs.
Recap the rules on how to add 'ing' and how to use these verbs in sentences.
Watch the video introducing tally charts to record data.
Watch the video introducing Pictograms to record data.
Watch the explanation about how to create a block diagram.
Watch the video to explain how to produce a pictogram.
watch the video explaining timbre.
watch the video explaining how to make a window that opens.
watch the video explaining how to touch up the window once you have cut the hole.
Watch the video to explain how to add features to your Tudor house.
Watch the video explaining how to make and attach the roof onto your Tudor house.
Watch the video and discuss what you can see in the pictures. Match the pictures to the eye witness accounts.
Listen to the sections of stories and answer the comprehension questions found on Purple Mash.
Order the timeline of events from The Great fire of London.
Learn how to label images.
Learn how to write informative captions.
Watch the video and practise spelling the word great. You will need to spell this accurately in our new topic!
Watch the video and practise in different ways the spelling of the word break.
Watch to video to introduce division by sharing.
Watch the video to recap division by sharing to solve word problems.
Watch the introduction of division by grouping.
Watch the video to recap division by grouping and introducing word problems to solve.
Listen to the audio clips and think about what historical event they are linked to. Look at the pictures of the artefacts and predict what each object is and what it might have been used for in the past.
An introduction to designing and beginning to make a Tudor house.
Watch the video of things to consider when designing a Tudor house.
Watch the video of how to make the apex roof for the Tudor house.
Watch the video about how to decorate a Tudor house.
Learn about the firefighting methods used in the Great Fire of London.
Learn about the artist Roy Lichtenstein.
Create your own 'pop art in the style of Roy Lichtenstein.
Listen to Mr Stratton, sing along and practise signing the words.
Listen to the songs, think about feelings and discuss if songs do actually sound like colour. Why? How?
Listen and enjoy the story read by Mrs Hayward.
Arts Week Introduction