Fantastic Foxes Home Learning Blog Friday 19th June 2020

Date: 19th Jun 2020 @ 8:04am

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Friday 19th June 2020

Happy Fantastic Friday, Fantastic Foxes! Mrs Hallam and I hope that you have been having a good week and enjoying all of the activities about our class. I will put some photos of the class displays on the blogs next week so that you can see everyone’s work.



Phonics / GPS

For our last activity all about homophones you have to decide which spelling and meaning you need to finish each one. You have the choice between these three words each time

their       there      they’re


Collective Worship


It’s celebration Assembly day again! 

Who in your family has done something to celebrate this week? Who has worked their brain the hardest? Who got most answers right in our brain quiz at the start of the week? Make a certificate for the person with the biggest bubble gum brain in your house.

Free Certificate Cliparts, Download Free Clip Art, Free Clip Art ...


Follow the link to today’s activity below

What is today’s challenge going to be, did you enjoy the football challenge last week?



Class Memories Task

Today is the last day of class memory tasks and we are going to finish the Fantastic Mr Fox story. Follow this link to carry on listening to the story, or watch the next part of the film

Once you have listened to or watched the last part of the story we are going to have a go at writing a class song. For this task you can use a song or rhyme that you already know and try changing the words like we have done with poems before. Or, if you and your family are feeling very creative you can make up your own. Here are some different versions of songs we know.








Fantastic Foxes message


Keep sending your pictures of you with your fox creations to

I’m busy writing your reports and I need your photos too!

Ask your grown-ups to check their emails today for a very important message.


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