Summer Term 2021
- The human race- Learn about the different races in our world. We are all different and we need to celebrate our similarities and differences. We will look at how different animals look very similar but a closer look shows they can be different. We will be reading a story called: Not like the others by author Jana Broecker available at (www.jbroeckerbooks.com)
- Festival fun- Learn about different festivals and how people celebrate these festivals. You will have an understanding of the similarities and differences between the festivals you celebrate and those that other people from different religions celebrate.
- Dress to impress- Understand that different people in different countries dress differently due to the customs and traditions they follow. You will use clothing from your home to dress as though you live in another country.
- Languages of the world- Learn about different spoken languages from around the world. By the end of this lesson, you will be able to say and remember some phrases from a different language.
- Food across the globe- Explore different foods from around the world. By the end of the lesson you will have a better understanding of the foods from different countries and follow a recipe to create a new dish.
- Home is where the heart is- Learn about different homes and their types. By the end of the lesson you will be able to name the different types of homes and spot them on your travels.
- Religion is hope- Understand the different religions followed around the world.
Early Years National Marine Aquarium story sessions: Who wants to meet a mermaid? Well you can during this session, where Marina our resident Mermaid will read a short story to everybody tuned in – perfect timing before an afternoon nap, or as a gentle, relaxing start to the afternoon. Research has shown that encounters with marine environments (physical or virtual) have a powerful effect on our emotional state and general wellbeing. With the country in lockdown there has never been a more important time to ensure everyone has access to a weekly dose of Ocean.
Why not watch one a week as part of your daily story-time sessions?