It’s Friday! It has been a very different week to what we are used to at Nursery. A big ‘Thank You’ to you all of our parents for helping your children to take part in this week’s learning at home. Your support during these difficult times is very much appreciated.
Joke of the day!
What fish only swims at night?
A starfish! 😊
This Sunday will be Remembrance Sunday and will look very different to previous celebrations. Usually, there are services at Church and at the Cenotaph in our village as well as lots of coverage on TV of services around the country. This year, there won’t be as many people gathering as we all have to stay home and keep safe. You will be able to remember our soldiers on Sunday in your own way and maybe watch the services on TV with your family.
When is Remembrance Day?
Why do we wear poppies on Remembrance Day?
Have you seen some poppies displayed in our village?
Who do we remember by wearing a poppy?
We can find out lots of information about Remembrance Day from this PowerPoint you can look at with your parent or carer.
If you have a printer at home, here are some activities you could print to have a go at.
If you don’t have a printer at home, I would like you to draw a picture of a poppy to display in your window at home to remember all of the soldiers who have fought in wars to keep us safe.
Here are some ideas for you:
Here is a lovely story read by Simon about remembering from CBeebies Radio. I hope you enjoy it.
Additional activities (optional):
* Go on a scavenger hunt for things that make different sounds. Look around the house for some noisy items. You could look for:
What else can you find?
* Have a red themed day! You can wear something red, find a red toy, have a red snack and find as many red things as you can! You don’t have to choose red, you can choose whatever colour you like!
I hope you have a wonderful weekend!
Well done for all of your hard work this week!
See you on Monday for our Far, Far Away Launch Day!
Mrs Jones 😊