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Snaith Primary School

Thursday 21st/Friday 22nd January

Hello everyone!

Here are some things you can do at home while Nursery is closed. 

This week we have been thinking about 'Winter' haven't we...

We painted pictures of Elmer in the snow, investigated ice and made snowflakes.

So we thought of a few things you could do at home with your grown-ups.

Here is a story about Winter - it's called 'Winnie in Winter'.

 

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Did you like the story?

I wonder if you have any ice in your freezer? Ask your grown up to have a look or maybe you could make some ice? You could put some water in an ice-cube tray, or use a small plastic box or bowl, pop some water in and put it in the freezer overnight.

When it is frozen take it out and have a look...

What does it look like?

What does it feel like?

How long does it take to melt?

Do you have any toy tools or plastic cutlery you could use to try and break it up? Be careful though! What can you make with the ice? You could even put some food colouring into it and see what happens.

 

Have you ever tried to draw a snowman? Squiglet is here to show us how to draw a snowman in a snow cave!...

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/watch/get-squiggling-snowman 

Can you have a go at drawing/chalking a snowman? Or maybe a snowman family?

Can you write your name on your picture? Or ask a grown up to help you.

We would love to see any work you are doing at home. So please feel free to email any photos to: 

snaith.primary2020@gmail.com 

 

Here is a song about '5 LIttle Snowmen' see if you can join in...

 

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We are sure that you've all seen the film 'Frozen' or 'Frozen 2'.  There is lots of snow and ice in those films. I wonder whether you can sing/dance along to this song? How does it make you want to move? Maybe you could dance with a teddy or a toy, or someone in your family. Can you jump? Skip? Clap? Wave you hands? Move your feet from side to side? Have fun!

 

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We hope you enjoy doing some wintery activities. There will be more to come next week.

Take care and stay safe.

From Mrs Twist, Mrs Schmidt, Mrs Kellet, Mrs Mckiernan