I hope you are all doing well and it was lovely to see more photos of some of you this week at home - please keep sending them (remember you can see your classmates photos under P4 Photos). Another week of working hard so well done! Here are a few things for this week:
1. MyOn (Accelerated Reader) - This week you read for an amazing 9 hours and 48 minutes!!!! That's almost a whole hour more than last week. Fabulous reading
2. ActiveLearn - Check out the activities that have been assigned for this week. There are ones linked to angles, bar charts, syllables and a book that you will need to read for one of your Literacy activities this week called 'Sports Day Snack Attack'.
3. Speaking of Sports Day, I know some of you signed up for the Healthy Kidz Virtual Sports Day and have been following along with the videos that are uploaded each week. Even if you didn't sign up you can still look at the videos on the Healthy Kidz YouTube page - click on the link below and send me your photos of you having fun and keeping active.
4. Two little fun activities that you might want to try this week - make your own GIANT bubbles and DIY Paper Spinner Toys. The links for both of these are below.
Keep up the great work everyone, stay safe and speak soon,
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