I hope you are all keeping well.
This week I would like to share a link for you to read some Happy News.
Every day in the news we hear about Corona virus but there are many good things happening in our world also. Every single day there are people helping others and doing incredible things in all corners of the planet and the majority of them aren't celebrated.
The link I have chosen for you to look at is from CBBC Happy News. You will read about our everyday heroes and learn many interesting and exciting facts. These articles will give you a refreshing twist on what we usually know as ‘news’, bringing you happy and positive news.
Hope you enjoy this.
CBBC Newsround – Happy News link
Keeping Safe, Happy and Healthy on line
Children will inevitably be spending a lot more time online and on their devices, here are some top tips for parents/carers to keep children safe online during school closure.
Please click on the link below to view a poster of top tips for keeping safe on line.
You will also remember that you learned about how to keep yourself safe on line in our E-safety lessons in school.
Exercise at home
Children need to be active for 60 minutes a day.
Please click on the link below to find some fun 10 Minute Shake Up games
and other helpful information about active hobbies and sports.
You will also find ideas for everything you need to know to get your family moving.
Please click on the link below to find lots of good reasons to get moving.
Healthy Eating when learning at home.
Please click on the following link to watch a video clip about eating healthily when learning at home.
You may have notice when you have been out of your house for a walk that many houses have rainbow pictures in the window.
These look very nice for the people walking passed it probably makes them smile when they see them.
Please put a rainbow picture in your window or put it up inside your house to make people smile.
There are many different ways to make your picture eg. with paints, crayons, coloured pencils, coloured paper, old material etc. or try making a food rainbow collage.
This could help promote the healthy eating principle of ‘eating the rainbow’ by making a food rainbow collage. This will take a fair bit of preparation, as you’ll need to cut out lots of pictures of healthy food of all colours from magazines or brochures.
First get the children to sort the pictures into different colours
Then they can glue them onto a large sheet of paper, in a rainbow formation.
Finally put the completed rainbow picture in your window for everyone to see.