Hello to my lovely 5CH class, how are you? It seems so long since we've all been together.
I just thought I'd write to you all to tell you a bit about what I've been up to - you know how much I enjoy writing! Since my children are off school, we have tried (most day unsuccessfully) to keep to a timetable. This includes starting our day off with some exercise with Joe Wicks, confirming (what I already knew) how unfit I am However, it is helping to test our science question 'Which sport makes you sweat the most'. After sweating at star jumps etc, Mia and George like to do some maths work. Mia is learning about fractions and George is practising writing his numbers - 4 is his favourite. We have a little break, which Mia thinks is great because it is a lot longer than the break she gets at school. Our days continue with a few more tasks, which includes, handwriting, reading, colouring and drawing. We do a lot of playing in the garden to make sure we get some fresh air.
Yesterday, we decided to go out on scooters. We had no plan for where to go. Whenever we got to a road junction, we decided to go left, right or straight on. This went well until, at one point, we came to a round-a-bout that had 7, yes 7, exits. I asked George to pick a number between 1 and 7. Guess which number he picked?...Yep...4!
So, tonight (Thursday 26th March) at 8PM the nation are opening their windows, doors etc to applaud the fabulous NHS workers that are working so hard to keep people safe. I hope that as many of you as possible will join me - and the country - in showing the people who work for the NHS our appreciation for their dedication at this time, and always.
Look forward to seeing your replies. Keep in touch and keep safe!
See you all very soon