Hi everyone – how have you enjoyed the Under the Sea themed week? Don’t forget to access the home learning blog again today for the last of this week’s activities. I am happy to have seen so many different tasks on offer on the blog but I am sad not to have been posting daily on here and interacting with you all in that way. But today’s Friday and we do get to have a class blog post. it’s a really long one so make sure you scroll all the way through to the end. To start here’s a little under the sea themed treat for you!
How good was that having your own personal message from Merlin the sealion at Flamingoland!
I can see that lots of you have enjoyed the Under the Sea themed reading books on the class EPIC acount and we have reached a new total for books read – 150! So we are on to the next part of the readerpillar! Special mentions to Ashton, Riley, William and Evie who have been doing lots of EPIC reading over the last week. I wonder how long it will take us to get to 200 books read? Come on class 2 keep on reading.
As well as our Under the Sea themed week this week, it is good to see that some of you have undertaken different work too and you have also been finishing off work that was previously set on the class 2 blog.
Evie has done a lovely piece of work about her friends. This activity is still on the class Purple Mash 2do section along with some other activities if you would like to do them.
Blue Peter have launches some challenges where you can earn yourself a Blue Peter Badge! Here’s the link to have a look and do let me know if you manage to get one, it would be a fantastic achievement to celebrate. if you do get a Blue Peter badge you also get free entry into lots of different attractions. https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/curations/6-badges-of-summer
I have had lots of under the sea themed work emailed to me as well. Fantastic effort, it has been lovely to see all of your hard work and to be able to share it all here.
Riley and Anya had a Great White Shark in their room! You can try this by typing shark into Google onto a mobile phone (Android 7 or above, iphone with ios11 or above) and then clicking on the 3D option. It takes a little bit of practise to get the shark just where you want it. Other sea-related creatures that you can do this for are penguin, turtle, octopus and octopus.
And finally… (if you’ve made it this far well done!) a little under the sea themed story to finish the week off. have a good weekend everyone, Mrs P x