Good Morning Everyone, Well done to you all for making it through 6 weeks of home learning. We hope you have enjoyed all your learning activities and thank you for sharing your fantastic efforts. In Kindi we are very proud of all our fantastic children and their Parents you have worked incredible hard to continue your education and complete tasks sent. We hope you have a lovely restful half term and stay safe. As it is Chinese New Year we would like to wish your all a Gong
Good Morning everyone! Well we did it we have made it to half term ! Just the rest of the day to go and then you can all have a well earned rest from Home Learning! Let's hope the weather next week is as beautiful as it has been for most of this week! We have loved receiving your photos of your Home Learning tasks! Everyone has been very creative this week both in school and at home. I hope we have made enough Rice Krispie cakes and flapjacks to keep the wolf at bay!! Have a
This year is Liverpool Year of Writing and the aim is to get everyone, everywhere writing. If you are looking for something fun and creative to do during the half term take a look at 'Junk Journalling'. This is an exciting and fun way to express yourself (children and adults) and also supports well being. There are videos on YouTube to tell you all about it. You can find the first video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EuS-eUGA66k&feature=youtu.be Have fun whatever you c
Miss Bobb has read a wonderful story called 'Ruby's worry' which is written by Tom Percival. This story explores feelings and the children will be familiar with the story as we did use it in class last term. We hope you and your child enjoy listening to the story and then see if they can answer the following questions: 1, What does the word 'worry' mean? 2, What happened to Ruby's worry? 3, How did this make Ruby feel? 4, How did Ruby make her worry go away? 5, What did Rub
Mrs Ware has chosen a story that you will all know - 'We're going on a bear hunt' written by Michael Rosen. This is a wonderful story that many of you might already know all the words to. We are sure you will really enjoy listening to the story. Then can you answer the questions below: 1, What does the word 'hunt' mean? 2, What obstacle do they come across after the grass? 3, What adjectives are used to describe the mud? 4, Why do the family tip-toe into the cave? 5, Why do
Mr Frascina has read another story for you all to listen to. This story is called ' Willy the Champ' by Anthony Browne. The story is about a monkey trying to find out what he is good at. We hope you enjoy listening to the story and then try and answer these questions: 1, What did Willie like to do? 2, What sports did Willie try? 3, What happened when he went to the cinema? 4, Who was the horrible figure? 5, What does the word Champ mean? 6, Why was Willie the Champ?