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Friday 19thJune

Good Morning Everyone!

It's Friday and that means it's Treat Day again. Last week we were thinking of unusual treats like going swimming if not in the pool then maybe in the sea? I would have loved to go on a hot air balloon ride. My treat today will be my photo albums of special places I've been to and people I met there. I might even write a letter to my brother who is also living a long way away and he likes travelling, mostly on his bike and the train.

But first our prayer:

Sometimes we imagine special places like a magic woods or a beautiful lake with mountains around it. Here is a song from the 'Little Mermaid' when she was thinking of living in another world. She couldn't leave the water but really wanted to see the world from above. So she was dreaming how it would feel like to live on the land.

The Little Mermaid "Part of Your World" by Jodi Benson

Do you wonder sometimes what it feels like to live in another place? Maybe even in another world? Like on the moon or another planet in space?
Here is a story about a bear who went to the moon.

Whatever Next! (audio book version)

Sophie Thompson narrates Jill Murphy's all time classic, Whatever Next.

Lots of stories today and NO homework unless you really want to.
Here is what happened with Silvio in Scotland. Did he find his brother's house? Look for yourself.

Silvio got lost and very wet

He was exhausted!

Carry on, Silvio!

At last Simon, Silvio's brother, phoned him and gave him directions how to find his house. And what happened then?

Silvio's brother Simon with his grandson Scotty

Can you tell the story of Silvio meeting his brother Simon and Scott? Have a go!

Unfortunately Simon didn't have much food and it was still raining.

And then it was time to go to bed. Silvio slept really well and what happened the next day I'll update you next week.

Here is a story of a little bear who is afraid of the dark.

Can't You Sleep, Little Bear by Martin Waddell (Animated)

Why don't you tell a bear story? Where would your bear be? Has he or she got a name? Who else would be with your bear? And what would they do?

Can you draw a picture of your story?


And don't forget your treat! I'm going to write this letter to my brother now.

See you next week.

Enjoy your weekend.

Best wishes from Mrs Piotrowska and Mrs Pechnig