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Brookfields Primary School

29th November 2021

Dear parents and nursery children

 

We hope you are all well and had a good weekend. We would like to start off by reminding you that you should be reading your child's book to them at least three times a week and then write a comment in their reading record books. After reading the book, ask your child a few questions about the book and encourage them to talk about the pictures. Books are changed on Mondays and Thursdays.

Also please download the MarvellousMe app and sign up for it using the login details that were given at the parent meetings. We will then be able to share news about your child and the good work they are doing. Well done to the parents who have.

This week our rhyme of the week is Ten in the Bed and we are learning about different celebrations. This week we shall be looking at birthdays and weddings and talking about the feeling of being happy.

 

See you all tomorrow.

 

Mrs Hussain and Miss Williams

Rhyme of the week

Ten In The Bed | Super Simple Songs

More great Super Simple videos in the Super Simple App for iOS ► http://apple.co/2nW5hPdPractice counting down from 10 to 1 with the classic kids' song, Ten ...

Phonics Phase 1 - environmental sounds

Watch the video below and listen carefully. How many sounds can you recognise? Go for a walk around your house or outside. What sounds can you hear?

Listening Game 3 - Phase 1 Phonics - Listening and Attention Skills

Listening skills can be difficult to master for many children. Help children develop their listening skills. Use this video in conjunction with the bingo car...

PHSE - Feeling happy

How do we know when someone is feeling happy?

What makes you feel happy?

Draw a picture of something that makes you feel happy.

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