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Choice Board

Remember to choose something from the choice board to complete each week!  Which one has been your favourite so far?

Don't forget to email any photographs of what you have made or any of your learning!  I would love to see it and to show it to your friends in school!


Keep checking your emails too for our ZOOM get together.  It is every Thursday at 11.30 am and we would love for everyone to be there!

Monkey Puzzle

In school, we have been thinking about changes to animals and how some animals look like their mums and some don’t!

Click on the picture to listen to the Monkey Puzzle story.

Monday 6th July

Make a list of all the animals, insects and reptiles that you can see in the book.  Draw and label the body parts of your favourite!

Don’t forget to email your pictures to show me what you have done!

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Wednesday 8th July

Go for a walk – how many animals can you see?  Do they have legs, wings, a beak, a snout?  Talk to your grown up about what you can see!

Don’t forget to email your pictures to show me what you have found!


Thursday 9th July

Play the alphabet game with an adult or a friend. 

Can you name an animal for every letter of the alphabet?

A – alligator

B – butterfly

C – cat

Can you find an animal for every letter?

Friday 10th July

Bake some biscuits with an adult – can you make a butterfly shape or a snake shape?  Have a go!


100g (1/2 cup) butter (softened)
50g (1/4 cup) caster sugar
150g (1 1/4 cup) self-raising flour


Mix the butter and sugar together.

Weigh the sugar and add it to the bowl.

Beat together with a wooden spoon until it is all well combined.

Add the flour.

Roll small pieces of dough (the size of a walnut or teaspoon) into round balls. Place on your baking tray, leaving space between them for spreading.

Bake in the oven for 12-15 minutes until they are golden brown.
Remove the fork biscuits from the oven and leave them to cool on a wire rack.


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Tuesday 7th July

Listen to Monkey Puzzle again.  Why didn’t the butterfly know that the monkey’s mum looked just like him? 

Do you know any other animals that don’t look like their mum’s when they are born?  How many can you find?

Don’t forget to email your learning to show me what you have done!


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