Hope you are all keeping well. Well its gone a little chilly this week to say the least! Just looking out my window at home and there is lots of snow! Who has made a snowman? Hope you have lots of fun in the wintry weather, remember to put lots of layers on when you go outside to keep nice and warm.
This week we are continuing with our Nursery Rhyme theme and we will be looking at "Humpty Dumpty". We had some lovely work last week sent us and all your teachers at Hummingbirds have enjoyed looking at what you have been doing at home. We want you to keep having fun at home and hopefully have a look at some of the activities we have set for you for this week.
Remember if you have any questions or indeed wonderful work, please do not hesitate to drop us a line at the Hummingbirds@stmarystchad.org email, which is closely monitored and any questions will be answered.
In the meantime, have fun, stay safe and keep warm!
From all your Hummingbird Teachers
Hope you are all ok and have had lots of fun with last weeks activities. All your teachers at Hummingbirds have been enjoying looking through all the amazing pictures that we have received. It's great to see you all so busy and enjoying your home learning.
This week, we are carrying on the theme of Nursery Rhymes and we will be looking at "Baa Baa Black Sheep" this week. We have set some fun activities for you to have a go at. We all look forward to seeing some more of your learning pictures again this week.
Have fun and stay safe.
Hope you have all had a lovely week at home enjoying your home learning. This week we are looking at another nursery rhyme "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star". We have put some exciting activities on for you to have a go at ! All your teachers at Hummingbirds are looking forward to seeing some of your amazing learning at home.
Have fun Hummingbirds
During the first half of the Spring term we will be using the theme of Nursery Rhymes to introduce the children to different areas of learning. If you would like to follow this up at home here are a few ideas to try.
What are the opportunities for learning?