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It's a bank holiday! So no daily tasks today. If you do want to keep yourself busy access the phonics, maths, dough disco ect pages on the home learning page! I have added lots to keep you busy. It's a sunny day so get your suncream and shades on and get some fresh air! Check out the VE day ideas below and enjoy a story with Nick. See you next week. Miss Pinnington.


 VE Day celebration ideas πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§

1. Create bunting and put up in your windows πŸ 

2. Plan an outfit to wear. You could dress in red, white or blue or maybe try dressing as someone from the 1940’s πŸ‘”πŸ‘–πŸ‘—

3. Plan a picnic for Friday to have in your front garden πŸŒπŸ₯ͺπŸ₯€(social distancing of course!) πŸ§Ί

4. Paint and decorate some rocks in red, blue or white and pop them on your front wall/door πŸŽ¨

5. Research some ration recipes and have a go at some baking or cooking πŸ₯˜

6. Listen to war time music and think about how it is similar or different to music you hear today πŸŽΆ

7. Make your own WW2 model πŸ”§

8. Design and make a street decoration to put in your front garden πŸŒ²

9. Create a video or write a letter to one of the heroes of WW2 πŸ…

10. Write a story or draw a picture of what the world would have looked like πŸ–Š

11. Make some hats to wear on Friday πŸŽ©

12. Make musical instruments out of recycled items to play on Friday after your picnic πŸ₯

13. Find out if there is anyone in your family who was in WW2 πŸ’­

14. Make jewellery in the colours of red, blue and white to wear on Friday πŸ’Ž

15. Make flags to wave on Friday πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ during 2.45pm Winston Churchill’s speech on BBC 1
16. Sketch a spitfire βœˆοΈ

17. Visit an online museum πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§

18. Write a poem about WW2 πŸ–Š

19. Plan an afternoon tea with your family on Zoom or over FaceTime πŸ“±


Storytime with Nick: The Ugly Duckling