Seaside snacks.

Hello Bluebell class,

Today we have created you a special seaside tuck, here are the ingredients which you may like to use to create a seaside scene or choose animals from the seaside.








-cheese strings



-food colouring

Here are the sea life animals that we created using fruit and cheese.

We had so much fun making tuck and i hope you do to with your families.

Our favourite fruits are strawberries and grapes. What’s your favourite fruit?

(Please cut grapes lengthways)



To create the seaside I added blue food colouring to yoghurt for the sea and crushed digestive biscuits for the sand.

What sea life animals can you see at the seaside?

can you find the fish?

what colour is the turtle?

how many legs does an octopus have?

how is the star fish feeling?

What’s your favourite sea life animal?

what was your favourite snack?

what could you smell at snack time?

what could you feel?

how did it taste?


Thank you 

Sami, Sarah and Sophie


Postcards can be used as a form of communication, they can be made personal for each individual.

People like to write postcards to there families or friends when they are on holiday. The postcard can have photos of their holiday destination.

On your postcard you can write a message or draw a picture to share your news. 

Here’s Sophie’s example of something that makes her happy.

Walking her dog Pebbles in the sunshine.

We hope you have lots of fun making your postcards and post them at a  post box.

          Ready, steady, POST!!      

Thank you

Sami, Sarah and Sophie.

Good Morning!

We miss you all Bluebell children!

We have put our morning group routine on the blog so you can continue to do the same at home.


Click on the link below and sing along to the days of the week song.

Can you choose the right day?

What day is it today?

What day was it yesterday?

What day is it tomorrow?

What is your favourite day?

What is the weather like today?

Here are our Jolly Phonics songs, so you can still practise whilst you are at home.


Squiggle Whilst You Wiggle

Squiggle While You Wiggle

Squiggle Whilst You Wiggle is a kinaesthetic approach to stimulate early writing. Children use movement with music to develop their motor skills in preparation for writing.

Watch the video and see if you can copy what Sami is doing. Some children might need a little hand over hand encouragement to move their arms.


Now you’re hand and arm muscles are all warmed up we’re going to practise mark making.

All you need is a bowl and two paint brushes.

Have fun and take some pictures of your beautiful mark making!

Thank you

Sami,Sarah,Sophie ☺️


Summer 2 Topic – SEASIDE

Hello everyone, 

Hope you have enjoyed your half term in the sunshine 🙂 

It is the start of a new half term and our topic learning is about THE SEASIDE. 

Our story is called The Ice Cream.

Please see below and we hope you enjoy watching it.

We have created a topic word mat and symbols to help support your child’s vocabulary and understanding. 

These have been sent to you personally as well. 



Can you join in saying any key words? 

Can you make any sounds you may hear at the seaside? Have you heard any ice cream van outside? 

What can you see on the pages? Beach ball? Sandcastles? the sea? 

Have you had an ice cream at home? Is it hot or cold? yummy or yucky? 

Maybe try some new toppings – chocolate sauce, sprinkles, chocolate flakes? 

Please email any learning photos to our reception email account and comment below to let us know what you think of our new story. 


Topic related vocabulary and symbols: