Language Class 1 & 2 have been having some sessions at The Yard. We have been digging, splashing, cycling, rollerblading, climbing, jumping, rolling, see-sawing, balancing, making music, swinging, and more! It has been great fun.
Please find attached our plans for term 3 in Language Class 2. We are hoping for lots of sunny weather and lots of time outdoors. Do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.
Mrs Rush and Mrs Casey
Please see attached overview of term 3 in LC1.
Worry monsters are toys that you write your worry down and put it in the mouth and they come in all shapes and sizes you can find them in some shops they can be very calming when you are down and we can use them for stress relief toys but that is with the soft ones.
Are they available in school
Yes people can make and use them if you’re teacher allowed you to .
They are often used in support for learning
CAN You make your own
yes you can make one (or two) and they are quite easy to make you still have to practice (just to make the worry monster perfect)
Can children with autism use worry monsters
Yes they are good for autism but they are not safe for infants e.g 1 year olds
At assembly we will be looking at worry monsters and we will have a worry monster safari/ zoo.
Below is a picture of a worry monster
As said they can be soft and fluffy or hard and big or small
They can have bags and sacks and they can be in books
This is a book about worries (and monsters) worry monsters the book is called
THE HUGE BAG OF WORRIES
Thanks for reading 🤚🏻
Check out the world book day site for Cool stories and videos
For anyone who has no idea what world book day is it is…technically a day celebrating books. It is celebrated a lot in other countries in the world and we celebrate it too! Even though it sounds super boring most people like it, we don’t have a reason for celebrating it .
Check out the Support for Learning blog. We sometimes post things on that blog too.
And check out the P6 blog it is very good and is a great blog.