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Brookfields Primary School


Welcome back parents and children.


We hope you had a good holiday and had a restful break especially with the Bank holidays and the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. Did you have any street parties near you? 

We are going to continue with our planting and growth topic. We shall be learning a new story called The Enormous Turnip and we shall be ordering numbers to 10.


Please send your child to school with a water bottle every day and their reading book bags.


See you all on Tuesday.


Mrs Hussain and Miss Williams.

English - Listen to the story below and answer the questions.

The Enormous Turnip (Retold by Irene Yates) I Read Aloud I Classic Tales

To buy the book: book is part of Ladybirds First Favourite Tales series - these retellings are perfect for introducing young chil...

What did the old man plant?

What happened to the seeds?

Why couldn’t the old man pull the turnip out?

Who helped the old man pull the turnip out?

What did the old woman do with the turnip?


Maths - put the numbers in the right order. Make some number cards 0-10. Mix them up and put them back in the right order. Can you recognise the numbers? Can you put them in the right order starting from the smallest number to the highest?

Fine Motor exercises - You will need 2 bowls, fill one with water and you will need a sponge. Watch the video below and have a go at the sponge squeezing activity.

Montessori Lesson on Fine Motor Skills via Sponges and Water - Learn and Play Montessori

This simple water and sponge job develops fine motor skills in children. This also helps them in writing and develops concentration in young children. (Free ...


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