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It shines and you continue to shine! I know your friends will be really pleased to see you again!

Hi Bessa, Here's a little update on something we learnt about today. We were writing a birthday card for Annie's grandad today and she asked how the post gets from the post box to grandad. We found a good video on YouTube called 'Journey of a letter' so watched it to help explain the process. Annie enjoyed it so much we watched it twice. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8pFd8DLcPIY Ooh, thank you for sharing Rachel and Annie. It's lovely to write cards and letters and even more exciting to receive them. I'm sure your grandad will love his birthday card, Annie.

From Tracey, Reece's mum...
Some exercises for today. Very hard work watching. My goodness Reece — you are getting very fit! Perhaps you should be making some exercise videos and we can do our work-outs watching you instead of Joe Wicks! I agree with mum...I actually think the thought of doing the exercises more hard work than the actual exercises!!

From Louise, Freddie and Bertie's mum...
Afternoon all. Hope everyone is keeping safe and managing to enjoy some of this beautiful sunshine.
Freddie has had a very productive week moving between BBC Bite size daily lessons and activities and the National Academy, he has especially enjoyed working on poetry and learning about metaphors and onomatopoeia. Freddie has also done some science getting creative in making his own musical instruments, exploring sound with the use of glass and water. While also learning about light and dark.
The boys have grown their own crystals with a little help from Dad and we are going to try to grow our own crystal garden next week.Thanks to Miss Philips for the Keepy Up Challenge Freddie and his Dad really enjoyed getting competitive in the garden.
Bertie has enjoyed being out in the garden. Playing in his sand tray with his tractors and diggers.
He has also helped his Dad to build a new climbing frame which he is loving.
Bertie continues to work on his tricky words and reading. We are finding new and fun ways to learn our numbers to 20. He has been utilising Maths Factor on the iPad. Bertie finished painting his salt dough creations and also helped to bake cupcakes which were super yummy. We use our toast in the mornings to create and discuss different shapes. Keep up the hard work boys. Both boys are missing their friends and hope to see everyone soon. Stay safe and hope to see everyone soon. The Carter-Hayes Family
Wow! Freddie and Bertie you have been so busy... lots of lovely creative and curiosity led learning — growing crystals, investigating light and instrumental sounds painting and baking. I can't wait to see your crystal gardens. Bertie well done with all your learning and being dad's special helper building the climbing frame.

Sorry for the later upload — joined the neighbours for#clapforourcarers. Thank you so much for sharing and catching up. It really does brighten up our days, especially for me and the teachers. Stay safe until next time, Bessa Cador.

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