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# Storm Ciaran

Hi Robins and Squirrels,

We hope you are all staying safe and warm inside from the storm. Whilst you're at home, we have some activities linked to our project that you can complete.

English

In school, we have been learning the story of the Three Billy Goats Gruff, with actions and time openers. Can you retell your grown up at home the whole story? Can you remember all the actions? I think your grown up will be very impressed with how well you know the story already!

You have all heard of the Big Bad Wolf, The naughty Gingerbread Man, The Wicked Witch... Well, now we have learned about the mean Troll from The Three Billy Goats Gruff, we need to warn the fairy tale characters!

You could make  a Wanted Poster!

Here are some examples.

Don't forget to draw a picture of what you think the troll looks like and add a short description. Most importantly, add a reward at the end to encourage people to report any sightings of the troll!

Here is a template you can use if you would like, or you can make your own Wanted Poster!

Maths

We have had lots of fun learning our number bonds to 5 with this video. Can you join in with it at home?

## I Can Say My Number Pairs 5 | Math Song for Kids | Number Bonds | Jack Hartmann

Number pairs for 5. This number pairs song engages students to demonstrate the number pairs for 5 with their fingers for active engagement and strengthening brain and body connections. Number pairs are all the different combinations of numbers that compose a specific number.

Have a look at this activity below. Using your bonds to 6 and the pictures, can you solve these missing number problems? On the last activity, can you explain to your grown up what is the same and what is different in the 2 pictures?

Finally, you could take the opportunity today to start thinking about and making your home learning project.

Please check out the project information page to find out more.

https://www.bwis.org.uk/project-information-1/

Take care everyone, and we look forward to seeing you tomorrow!

Mrs Moth and Mrs Withers

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