I hope you have had a great time learning about and celebrating Chinese New Year. I also heard that a little boy’s dad celebrated his lockdown birthday too last week so Penblwydd Hapus to you 🎂 We love to celebrate and this week we have lots to celebrate.
Big Welsh Rhyme Time 8th-12th February 2021
Welcome to Big Welsh Rhyme Time 2021! Join in the annual celebration of sharing rhymes, poems and songs. The Big Welsh Rhyme Time takes place across Wales and is aimed at children in the Early Years and Foundation Phase. This week we’ll all sing, rhyme, smile and have lots of fun sharing rhymes together. Each day we’ll be exploring a fantastic new rhyme or song written especially for Big Welsh Rhyme Time by Welsh children’s musicians, poets, writers and illustrators. You may recognise the voice saying these rhymes 😀
My Teatime Challenge can help develop numeracy skills and language skills. Join the Pori Drwy Stori explorers as they prepare a party for Ted and his friends.
There are lots of resources on the Booktrust Website with some fantastic ideas for stories. The website is updated regularly so keep checking.
English And Welsh Language rhymes https://www.booktrust.org.uk/what-we-do/booktrust-cymru/the-big-welsh-rhyme-time/listen-to-the-rhymes/
Chinese New Year Party
Every party needs decorations – make and decorate your house with lots of lanterns.
Now your home is decorated why now have a Chinese New Year Party? Taste some Chinese food with your families – noodles, rice, dumplings, prawn crackers are just some ideas. Why not try using chopsticks to pick up your food. How many prawn crackers can you pick up? I can’t wait to see what fun you’ve had and look forward to your emails.
I spy ……. Look carefully at the image below, what can you spy? How many lanterns can you find? How many red envelopes are there?
Phonics Wizards and Phonics Bloom fun!
Don’t forget to keep practising your sounds – here are some links to phonics fun games.
Please click on the picture to take part in an internet safety activity with your child.
The series begins with Jessie and her dog, named Dog, as they watch videos online using a tablet. Together they learn that while the internet can be enjoyable and fun, there are sometimes things online that can be upsetting or scary. Jessie learns that she can always speak to a grown-up who will be able to help her and put down the tablet if there is anything she sees or hears online that makes her feel worried, scared or sad.
Sut mae’r tywydd heddiw? Can you guess whose voice that is?