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Summer Term week 3

07 May 2020

Hello all!

I have had lots of lovely pictures from you this week, showing me what you've been getting up to.

 
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Tomorrow is a very special celebration for the United Kingdom as it is the 75th Anniversary of VE Day. I have attached some activities you may be interseted in, including a slideshow explaining to younger children what VE day is and why we are remembering it. Are you doing anything special to celebrate? Maybe an afternoon tea with some delicious scones and cakes? Whatever you get up to, make sure you send me an email at swest@brady.havering.sch.uk


  -T2-H-4788-VE-Day-Powerpoint_ver_7.ppt-  

  -KS1 VE Day Differentiated Fact File.pdf-  


  -T2-T-803-Simple-WW2-Spitfire-Glider-Activity-Paper-Craft.pdf-  


  -VE Day Colouring Page.pdf-  


  -VE Day Word Search.pdf-  

  -t-n-7817-ve-day-counting-in-2s-maths-activity-dot-to-dot-activity-sheet-_ver_1.pdf-  

Spellings

Here are the spellings and activities for the week:


  -week 3.pdf-  

  -Year 2 Term 3A Week 3 Presentation.ppt-  


  -Activity Sheet Code Word Jumble Puzzle week 1-V295015807.pdf-  
 

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