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Brookfields Primary School

9.5.2022

Dear Parents and children.

 

We hope you had a lovely Eid celebration if you celebrate Eid and if not we hope you had a lovely weekend. We are still continuing with our topic growing and life cycles. We have looked at the life cycle of a butterfly and we have been learning the story of the Very Hungry Caterpillar. Please ask your children to tell you about the life

cycle and to retell the story. This week one of the things that we are looking at is how to look after our teeth and the role of the dentist. 

At the end of the week we shall be making a fruit salad that the children will eat after they have made it. We shall put some pictures on the school nursery page website. Look out for them and talk about the with your children.

Please continue to read the books the children bring home and ask them questions about the book. Can they remember some of the events/information from the books? Can they talk about the pictures? Can they tell you their favourite/least favourite part of the book?

 

We would like to thank you for your continued support.

 

Mrs Hussain and Miss Williams

Looking after out teeth

Watch the video below and answer the questions.

How to care for the teeth of children aged 3-6 with Dr Ranj and Supertooth!

A two minute guide to healthy teeth for children aged between 3 and 6 with Dr Ranj Singh as presenter and Gemma Oaten as the voice of his sidekick Supertooth...

How many times should you brush your teeth?

How much toothpaste should you use to brush your teeth?

How long do you need to brush your teeth for?

Who helps to look after our teeth?

The role of a dentist

BBC CBeebies My First Dentist 16032018

Ava's first visit to the dentist

Talk to your parents or adult about what you have learnt from this video. Remember to talk in sentences.

Physical activity

Develop your fine motor skills. Do the activity where you use a clothes peg and pompoms. Instead of pompoms you can use small scrunched up paper or cotton wool balls. Have fun! Can you count how many you pick up?

Fine Motor Activites

View more videos, download resources, read guides and book a consultation at https://littlelearners.education/ In this video, I share with you some more fine...

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