Good morning FPR 4.5.20 Nursery Rhyme Challenge

Date: 4th May 2020 @ 8:07am

Hello FPR

I hope you have all had a lovely weekend.  The sun is shining, it always makes me feel happier when the sun is out. What have you all been up to this weekend?  I went on a lovely long bike ride with my eldest son yesterday, it was lovely we went along the river and saw lots of birds, flowers and animals.  Mrs Pillai has been enjoying her garden and she told me she went on a nice walk on Saturday.

There are lots of fun activities to keep you busy this week, they are on our class page in the download section. As an extra challenge this week; Can you learn a new nursery rhyme?  My favourite is Mary Mary quite contrary, do you know this one?   Don't forget to blog back and tell us which one you learn and all the things you get up to this week.

Take care

Love Mrs Rogerson

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Ella wrote:

Hi, I’ve been busy doing my English work this morning. I wrote a sentence about when I was looking at the moon and I saw 2 bats. I have been enjoying going on walks around middlewich. I miss you. Love from Ella

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Sophie Lawrence wrote:

Hello Mrs Rogerson and Mrs Pillai, I am missing you both and my friends. We have been practicing riding my bike again this week. I have learnt a new dance. I think I have 20 barbies and now have a baby in a pram for Barbie to push. I have painted my flag and owl picture whilst the weather has been nice. I listened to the Digiduck story yesterday and Oh No, George.

It's not quite a nursery rhyme but I like 'The rain in Spain falls mainly on the plain' at the moment. I watched a video compilation of lots of nursery rhymes I like. I tried Simon Says with my family on a zoom call and used Alexa to say the commands. It was good fun.

I am trying to learn my 2 times table with Mum. We sit facing each other on the swing and Mum says 1x2 is and when we can see each other I try to count up and give her the answer. It's really good fun.

I played 'fishy phonics' yesterday with Mum and we laughed a lot trying to hook the different items. When Mum showed me what to do and the fishing line moved from right to left on Mum it made me laugh out loud.

Dad worked from home yesterday and he does P.E outside. I have been completing laps of the garden by walking, jogging then running round it with him. I have learnt all about Captain Tom. Dad hopes it will tire me out but I still like to get up early!

I have a book on flags from my Nana and Grandad so am learning about different countries and picking out the flags I like the most.
I also had a zoom call with a few of my friends on Friday which was lovely and we got to show each other our toys on screen dressed up in our dresses.
Enjoy the rest of the week and hopefully I will see you all soon.
Em

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Mrs Rogerson wrote:

Hello Ella
Its really lovely to hear from you. Well done for writing a sentence about seeing bats in the moon light, that sounds brilliant. I am so glad the weather is better and we can get out for walks again. Have a good week and blog again soon.
Love Mrs Rogerson

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Mrs Rogerson wrote:

Hello Sophie
Wow you are so busy at the moment, it sounds like you are having lots of educational fun at home. Well done for learning your new dance, what music did you dance to? My boys love dancing in our kitchen and my eldest tries to break dance!
Well done for listening to lots of nursery rhymes, I like your favourite, which two words rhyme in it?
Your swinging times table and fishy phonics sound like lots of fun. Yesterday I went on a rainbow treasure hunt with my boys and we collected lots of natural coloured objects to make a rainbow it was really fun.
Joe Wicks is great fun in a morning, I know Mrs Pillai likes to take part every morning in his fun session!
Your flag book sounds nice, which flag is your favourite?
I bet it was lovely to see your friends on zoom, take care and have a good week.
Look forward to hearing from you soon
Love Mrs Rogerson

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Noah wrote:

Hi Mrs Rogerson and Mrs Pillai, i'm missing you and my friends lots!

At the weekend i went on facetime to talk to my friends, and we also had a facetime family bingo game with my nanna, uncle, aunty and cousins. I did really well at spotting the numbers and i even won a game!

The Nursery rhyme i have been singing is hey diddle diddle, the cat and the fiddle! I've been singing it very loudly!

I hope you're both ok, and that i see you soon, love Noah xxx

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Maisie wrote:

Hi Everyone,

I'm keeping busy again this week with lots of activities.

I've been working really hard on my school work and have been reading to Mummy lots. I started the Maths Factor and am really enjoying it, I love it when I get a new certificate.

Me, Mummy and Millie go for a nice 3 mile walk everyday and today I scooted the whole way, my legs were really tired when I got home but it was lots of fun.

I've been looking after my fairy garden and my sunflowers and they are all growing nicely. I'm looking forward to replanting the sunflowers in the ground when they get a bit bigger.

I'm still practicing my bike and I'm getting much better at balancing now. Mummy said if i get really good then I can ride it home from school when we all return.

Missing everyone lots and I can't wait until we can all return to school.

Love Maisie
x

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Mrs Rogerson wrote:

Hello Noah
It is lovely to hear from you. It sounds like you had fun playing the bingo with your family, I like playing bingo as well.
Well done for completing the nursery rhyme challenge, I like Hey Diddle Diddle and I have been teaching my youngest son lots of different nursery rhymes.
Enough the sunshine and blog again soon
Love Mrs Rogerson and Mrs Pillai

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Sophie Lawrence wrote:

I like to sing and dance to 'Shut up and dance with me' and 'Shotgun' at the moment. We have been in the garden already this morning practising my netball skills and bouncing balls between 2 hands like Mr Holbrooks showed me. I've done jogging on the spot and star jumps too. I have spent some time with Mum putting some of my work into the school book this morning to show what I have been doing. I have also done some spelling quizzes and worked on my digraphs and trigraphes. We have lots more birds visiting the garden as Dad put some more food out for them. You can hear them in the bushes chattering to each other. Yesterday, I saw a plane flying so low I could read Qatar underneath it. Have a lovely day. Sophie.

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Mrs Rogerson wrote:

Hello Maisie

It is lovely to hear from you, It sounds like you have been really busy.
Well done for reading everyday and starting Maths Factor. Your sunflowers sound great, I have busy planting in my garden as well, I have got carrots, cucumber and tomatoes growing. My boys are looking forward to eating them!
The weather is lovely again so you will be able to get even more practise on your bike.
Have a lovely weekend and blog again soon
Love Mrs Rogerson and Mrs Pillai

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Mrs Rogerson wrote:

Hello Maisie

It is lovely to hear from you, It sounds like you have been really busy.
Well done for reading everyday and starting Maths Factor. Your sunflowers sound great, I have busy planting in my garden as well, I have got carrots, cucumber and tomatoes growing. My boys are looking forward to eating them!
The weather is lovely again so you will be able to get even more practise on your bike.
Have a lovely weekend and blog again soon
Love Mrs Rogerson and Mrs Pillai

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