Bug Club is a way for children to read books and complete activities which focus on spelling, grammar and phonics.
Children also get the opportunity to complete activities and play educational games as a reward for completing tasks set by their class teacher.
The video below explains how to use Bug Club.
Look at the fruit and vegetables you eat this week. Where do you think they grow? Do you think they grow underground, on the ground or in a bush or tree?
You can write your answers on the class blog/ draw a diagram or bring a piece of your favourite fruit or vegetable in and explain how it grows.
Tell the story of the Papaya that spoke to someone at home.
Try to tell the story to as many people as you can.
Can you teach someone else the story?
Yesterday, we looked at the instructions needed to grow our own beans. We worked in pairs to put these instructions in order. That afternoon, we planted our own beans which we will watch carefully to record how they grow!
Yesterday, we also started planting some seeds outside. Can you remember what seeds we planted?
This week we went on a walk around Ladywell Park to find signs of Spring. What signs of Spring did you see and hear?
This morning we went on a walk to the local park to look for signs of spring.
We kept our eyes peeled for the signs of spring and heard birds tweeting. What was your favourite part of the walk? Can you describe what your saw?