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Monday 8th

Literacy -Reading Response


What is a boy to do when a lost penguin shows up at his door? Find out where it came from, of course, and return it. But the journey to the South Pole is long and difficult in the boy's rowboat. The boy realises what he has really left behind.


I love this story. It is one of our family favourites. Had we been in school, we would have been also watching the movie

(I have attached a short trailer below).

Oliver Jeffers (the author of the story) is from Northern Ireland. He is an artist, illustrator and writer who now lives and works in America.


Watch and listen to the story below and complete the tasks in your work pack.  



Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers

Lost and Found 2013 Movie Trailer

Numeracy - O'clock and Half Past

Watch the clips below and play some of the games to practice telling the times before completing your worksheets. Don't forget to use the clock including in your learning pack to help. 


Use the special code

(shared on Seesaw)

to play some extra time games.

Time during the day

Every day we do different things depending on what time it is.From getting up in the morning, until going to bed at night.


The theme for this week is penguins and polar bears. Take look below at some videos and items to help you find out more about this week's theme and complete your animal sorting activity.


What Do Antarctic Explorers Wear? (Then and Now!) | Maddie Moate

Join me at the Polar Research Institute in Cambridge to find out first hand what Antarctic Explorers wore over 100 years ago!

POLAR ICE CAPS | Extreme Explorers