We hope that you have all enjoyed the weekend even though the weather was very mixed and changeable.
We are heading towards the end of June ,the longest day has already been, but I am sure we will have as much fun as we move into the new month on Wednesday!
It was so good to get some photos in my in box last week. It seems that exploring the world outside has proved very important to you. Take a look at these photos:
Seeing the small clam shell that Guy found I would like to set you a challenge for today. Find a small box or container and then go around your house or your garden or when you go for a walk in the woods or at the beach and find as many small items as you can to fill your container.
When your container is full take the items out to count them. Did you collect 10 items, or more than 20 items. You can use a 10 grids or egg boxes to help you organise your counts. Give a container to your brother or sister or your mum or dad. Who can find the most items, which person found the smallest amount, did you find the same amount??
Please let us know how you get on and what small items you found! Send a photo to email@example.com
There are only 2 days to explore Joyful June!
I would like to share with you a quote that goes with the Joyful June daily suggestions:
” Every day may not be good, but there is something good in every day” Alice Morse Earle.
This is something we need to continue to hold beyond June as we live through these unprecedented times.
Monday: Take time to do something that makes you happy.
This could be very varied but I would like to share with you a little joke that Kieran told me last week: “Mrs Penn What happens if Pluto was painted blue?”
Mrs Penn “Kieran , what would happen?”
Kieran “it would be called Bluto!” This really made me smile!!
Challenge: can you tell each other some jokes today?
You might like to start you joke with “Knock, Knock whose there…….” or “did you hear about…” and so on.
Today’s story has a number theme “Handa’s Hen!” by Eileen Browne
We hope you have marvelous Monday
Mrs Penn, Mrs Heap and Mrs Coleman