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🌟🌟🌟Happy Monday! 🌟🌟🌟 Here we are again…! Today’s resource is easy and useful for all topics and easy to adapt! It’s similar to the ball toss last week but this week it’s a target for paper planes! Use the ‘target holes’ for whatever values you are currently working on – English or Maths! Our Yr3 is currently working on measuring so if yours are too you could download measurements for a paper plane and get them to build from scratch before starting! Maths done for the day ☑️ And while it seems a faff to build you will use it again and again – especially with rain forecast!! The second picture is a milk carton bird feeder – we’ve made these at holiday club and the kids seem to love it. Again incorporate measuring to measure the sections to cut out and then let creativity go wild as children decorate! I love this third project that I found this week! I’m sure we’ve all got toilet rolls coming out our ears… a fun way to get the children thinking about ways to make it easier or harder for themselves! Would love to see your photos if you attempt this! The last activity I have built for my mini Confikid as he is DESPERATE to join in learning time! The idea is to line up the number of cars it says in each section! Will hopefully keep him busy for a few mins! Good luck this week- I know the weather doesn’t look great which I’m sure is going to make life a little harder but I’m reminding myself to keep looking for the tiny wins in each day (even if that is we manage 10 mins without an argument!)! Love to you all and look out for the weekly challenge and a ‘worry’ sheet to follow! #confikidsquarantine

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☀️⭐️WEDNESDAY RESOURCES⭐️☀️ Thought I’d show you what we have planned today for a bit of inspiration if you need it! We’re going to start with this on the wall sticking exercise – I’ve set multiple lines up do all 3 kids can do it (I’m really struggling with juggling the 3 when it comes to learning!). I’ve set 8x tables and fraction line up for eldest child- (the idea is you stick the smaller cards up in the right place). Middle child has 2x tables and number bonds to 10 and toddler has number recognition and letter recognition (he will need be help with lowercase matching!)! You can alter these to whatever suits you – whatever you think needs recapping and I find my kids react better to learning with movement at the moment! (Remember this is NOT school so “sitting working” in an environment in which they are used to playing, eating, relaxing is going to take lots of getting used to!) The weather is set to be brilliant today so we will be outside as quickly as possible and will do some nature art and we’re going to attempt to build a water run (which Benji will ultimately turn into a car ramp!) Good luck today! Take the pressure off! If you don’t get your plans achieved or the results you want- Remember this is still very unusual!! What is being asked of KIDS and of YOU is tricky so look for the things to be grateful for today (like the glass of wine at the end of the day!) 😘😘 #confikidsquarantine

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