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Little and Junior Sprouts Thursday May 21st

Engage Ladybugs are often called the cutest insects and some people think that they are good luck! These are the parts of the ladybug. Do you know where the wings are? Do you remember that we talked about bees last week? These are the parts of the bee. Compare it to the ladybug. How are…

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Little and Junior Sprouts Wednesday May 20th

Engage The Grouchy Ladybug by Eric Carle- read by Mr. 7 yea! Count the boxes and match to the numbers. Explore Use counters or little objects like lego to help count.  How many did you get? Write the number down on a piece of paper. Share Point to the objects that start with the same…

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Little and Junior Sprouts Tuesday May 19th

Hi Everyone, We hope that you had a lovely long weekend! Our new sound this week is sh. Sh is the sound that you say when you are trying to get someone to be quiet.  Sh is the beginning sound of shampoo, shower, sheep, shark, shop, shadow and shape. Sh is the end sound of…

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Little and Junior Sprouts Thursday May 14th

Today we’re going to talk about a different insect. Let me give you some clues: It can fly. It hibernates under tree bark. It is red with black spots. Did you guess a ladybug? You’re right, we’re going to talk about ladybugs today! Engage Here’s a video about ladybugs. Listen carefully to the facts in…

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Little and Junior Sprouts Wednesday May 13th

Engage Bees live together in a colony, inside a hive. The drone (or worker) bees work really hard to take care of the queen bee, collect pollen, and make honey. Have a look at this video that shows what happens inside a bee hive: Explore Here are some pictures of bees working hard to collect…

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Little and Junior Sprouts Tuesday May 12th

Let’s learn about bees! Did you know that bees are very important? Bees pollinate flowers so that seeds can grow and new plants can continue to grow. We can thank bees for our yummy fruits and vegetables. Honey bees also take pollen and nectar from flowers to make honey in their bee hives. Engage Explore…

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Little and Junior Sprouts May 11th

Hi Everyone, We hope that you had a wonderful weekend and a fabulous Mother’s Day! Our letter sound for this week is ‘ch’. ‘Ch’ is the sound at the beginning of choo-choo, like a train. So the action for it is to pretend that you’re pulling on a train’s whistle. Can you think of any…

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Little Sprouts & Junior Sprouts May 7th

Engage Have a look at the pictures below. Can you name the part of the plant in each one? Go outside, with an adult, and look closely at a plant. What parts can you identify? Explore Have you ever wondered what the different parts of plants are for? The diagram below explains what roots, stems,…

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Little Sprouts & Junior Sprouts May 6th

Engage We are still talking about plants! Do you know what plants grow from? Did you say a seed? You’re right all plants start out as seeds. Here’s a poem about a seed, ask someone to read it to you. Can you draw a picture to go with the poem? Make sure to send us…

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Little Sprouts & Junior Sprouts May 5th

Hello Friends! Welcome to our Tuesday lesson. We’re going to talk about plants this week, since so many are growing and blooming right now! Engage Here’s a fun song about plants to get us started, have a listen! Explore There are so many kinds of plants plants! Bushes, trees, flowers.  There are over 391 000…

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