Kia ora Whanau,

A sightly altered Learning at Home document for you as well as links to bits and pieces that have been shared in various areas that could help with fun and learning at home (as well as supporting the community when they are out walking)

  1. David Walliams – A story a day.

https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/?fbclid=IwAR2ZYu_bFSkcA3ID_kIxVEQ3pAFviXV2jl7q3HK4iI8CMIupSj8lE-iukoI

 

2. Science in a Van

https://www.youtube.com/user/ScienceinaVan?fbclid=IwAR1KoazSorUJP6d3Mp3LiWMfi07Q5asF-h5lblYJg6Fj7NsvHWERV5oNSng

3. Salford School Learning at Home

Salford School Learning at Home 2020

 

There are links to Jump Jam routines with Brett Fairweather, footpath fitness challenges and other aspects shared on the school Facebook page. I am sorry but the way these have been set up I am unable to share outside of Facebook.

 

Here are a few other wee bits and pieces that have been shared as well. (One for the adults in your bubble to have a go at as well)

Whilst these are all being shared for you to have a go, please note none of it is compulsory.

All of the tasks and activities are just ideas for you to enjoy some family time together. Modify, adapt them as you please, create your own or just ignore them. Teachers will be keen to know and see what you have been doing over the ‘holiday’ break though – just as we always are!! We love hearing about your adventures – even if your adventures are ‘just at home’.

Stay safe, stay home, stay warm, make great memories.

Nga mihi

Sarah Gibbs