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WB 27/4/20

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Saying 'Thank You' to our key workers.

 

At 8pm every Thursday evening the country comes to a stand still to say thank you to all those people who are working on the front line. Alongside this children around the country have been creating their own rainbows to put in                            the window. Can you create your own rainbow and send us a picture of it so we                          can share it.

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Mail a Hug

 

The simple idea to Mail a Hug is such sweet way to tell your family far away  that you love them and are thinking of them while sharing a piece of the child, just as they are, in that moment in time.

 

Option 1

 

You will need

  • one sheet of felt/card
  • ribbon
  • scissors
  • glue (ideally pva or hot glue)

DIRECTIONS:

We make these out of felt, although you can use paper and string if you’d like.  The felt will last longer and if you are sending your hug on a long journey they won’t get ruined in the mail.

To start, place your sheet of felt on a flat surface, folded in half.  Lay the child’s hands on the felt and trace them carefully.

Keeping the sheet folded, cut around the traced shape of the child’s hand so that you end up with four handprints all together, two for each hand.

Take your ribbon and measure the length of the child’s wingspan – from wrist to wrist across the 

body.

Glue the ribbon to the inside of one set of handprints and then glue the other handprint on top to seal it.

Repeat for the other hand.

You can also label the hands using a permanent marker with the date the child made the hug.  If you have multiple children be sure to add their name, too, to remember just whose little hands those were for years to come.

 

Option 2 

 

You will need

  • pencil
  • 2-4 pages of plain paper
  • colouring pens/pencils/paints
  • scissors
  • sticky tape

 

DIRECTIONS

These can be as creative as you wish. Firstly you need to stick all the pieces of paper together. Lay in the middle of the paper and ask your grown up to draw around you. Remember to stretch your arms out as wide as you can . Once your adult has drawn around you you can now get as creative as you want. Remember to try and stay inside the lines. When you have finished ask your adult to help you again by cutting out your drawing. But also try to do some of the cutting yourself. Remember in school you all use scissors and if used safely everyone can use them. Once you have finished turn your paper over and use your phonics skills you have learnt to write a message. You may need help with this but remember you should all be writing your own names. Now your hug is ready to send. Place it into an envelope and on one of your daily walks you can post it to your loved one.

Design A Super Hero

 

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