Seahorses' Home Learning
Our home learning this week was all about doctors, nurses and paramedics which is a fitting subject for the current circumstances!
I wanted to share some home learning from 2 children in the Seahorse class. I was so pleased that these children chose to share their home learning with me over Tapestry and I couldn't wait to share it with everyone on our blog.
Harper and her Mummy have been very busy making an Ambulance out of a cardboard box. Harper thought about the colours of an ambulance and used yellow and green paint to decorate the cardboard box. Well done, Harper!
Also, when Harper was out on a walk with her Daddy and brother, she used her Daddy's phone to take pictures of all of the numbers she could see in the environment around her. She managed to spot all of the numbers from 1 - 20. Super spotting, Harper!
James has also been busy learning about doctors, nurses and paramedics. James thought carefully about what a doctor and a patient might say to each other and he wrote his ideas in speech bubbles.
He also got creative and used cotton buds to create his own x-ray of a hand! Fantastic work, James!
A big well done to Harper and James for your fabulous home learning this week.
Don't forget to upload your home learning onto Tapestry so I can share your brilliant work with everyone on our class blog next week! Keep up the great work, Seahorses!