Wishing you all a very merry Christmas and happy new year!
I hope you enjoy your gifts and cards that the children have made; I know they are extremely proud of them.
The children have been given a Christmas News Report homework sheet to complete. They need to fill in the boxes by completing the sentences and expressing their opinion. For example: "I ate lots of Christmas pudding and I thoight it was delicious."
They have also been asked to take part in the Christmas reading challenge. If they read 10 times, they will receive a prize.
Additionally, they must practise their times tables and spelling homework.
Most importantly they have been told to have a wonderful Christmas holiday and enjoy themselves!
See you in the new year! 🙂
P.s. children are invited to comment on this blog post with comments about their Christmas activities. Let me know what you've been doing!
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UPDATE: thanks so much to everyone that donated socks and rice. Our snowmen looked absolutely amazing and the children had a fantastic time making them.
We would like if you could kindly donate some (clean) white ankle socks and dry rice please.
One of our student (Alisa) made a sock snowman ornament and we would love to make one each.
We need 30 socks and lots of rice by Thursday.so if you can donate some that would be amazing.
by Willow and Aimee Rose!
This week we have been extremely busy preparing for Christmas!
The homework this week is to research an important city and the country it is part of (either a capital or other major city). The children must find out at least 5 facts about their chosen city. These could include: