This week our story of the week is ‘Harry and the Dinosaurs go on Holiday’. Discuss the sequence of events with a grown up. Talk about transport. How does Harry get to Australia? What other modes of transport can you think of? Which is your favourite?
Gather reclaimed materials from around your home to create a vehicle of your choice!
Please click on the link below to join in with a Soundpots music session!
You can also try these weekly wellbeing activities.
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Over the past few weeks there has been lots of wonderful learning about the world, completed both in the academy and at home. Now, here is a chance for the whole family to get creative and tell us everything you know about the world.
This could be something close to HOME, the city of LONDON, the country of ITALY, the continent of NORTH AMERICA or even one of your own family holidays! It could be the food, the clothes, the land, the language, the customs – anything you’ve learnt. And it doesn’t have to be just writing – it could use any art or crafts that reveal what you know. Here are some ideas to get you started:
Please note, this can be completed instead of one of the afternoon activities for the children and is an opportunity to work on something together.
We will be supplying some materials to get you and your family started including some sugar paper, an outline of the world, etc. – but the rest is up to you! They can be collected with the remote learning packs on Monday.
Be as creative as you like. After all the family have finished their challenge, please upload your creation to ClassDojo so we can all share in what you’ve come up with.
The Star Academy Team
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