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Brookfields Primary School

13.6.2022

Hello parents and children.

 

We hope you had a good weekend. This week we are going to learn about Father's Day and we shall be making cards. We shall also be learning how to make a repeated pattern and will be ordering objects according to their size from smallest to biggest.

 

A reminder that books are changed on Mondays and Thursdays so please send your child with their book bags to school on those days. Also children should be bringing water bottles to school and filled with water only.

 

Thank you for your continued support.

 

 

See you all on Monday.

Mrs Hussain and Miss Williams

Story time

Listen to the story and answer the questions.

Father's Day Story: "Best Daddy In The World" by Alyssa Liang

Happy Father's Day to all fathers!For more stories and songs, go to:(1) TigerCub Learning: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClSvI8tUnQSwlmQWtNdO3IQ?view_as=s...

Which day does daddy do his chores?

What does the little boy wash?

What does daddy like to eat for breakfast?

What does daddy like to read after breakfast?

What fun things do the little boy and daddy do together?

What does the little boy whisper in his daddy's ear?

Maths

Play the game and compare the size of the different objects. Good luck!

Complete the patterns.

Find some objects from your home and make your own patterns. You can use objects like spoons, coins, leaves, pencils or stones. Use whatever you can find.

Singing time

Listen to the song below and try and learn it. Can you clap at the right time in time to the music?

Daddy Is His Name O | Father's Day Song for Kids | The Kiboomers

The Kiboomers! Father's Day Song! Daddy song for kids!★Get this song on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/fathers-day-songs-for-preschool/id103960490...

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