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Please click the link to Oliver Jeffers website to enjoy a daily story, read by him.
Monday 20th July
Phonics scavenger hunt.
Find something in your house or garden for each of the sounds below:
Tuesday 21st July
Maths scavenger hunt.
Go on a maths scavenger hunt.
What can you count in your house or garden?
What shapes can you see in your house or garden?
Can you find something full?
Can you find something empty?
Can you find something close to you?
Can you find something far away?
Can you find something heavy?
Can you find something light?
Can you find something taller?
Can you find something short?
Silly Squad Summer Reading Challenge 2020
Derbyshire Libraries are supporting this year’s Summer Reading Challenge which is going digital – with events and activities happening online.
Children are invited sign up to the Silly Squad website where there will be lots of information, quizzes, resources and book suggestions for them to enjoy.
Locally Derbyshire County Council’s libraries will be joining the fun, throughout the summer, by offering online story times, mini book reviews and recommendations, a forum for sharing ideas and suggestions about books and a regular craft activity.
The Silly Squad is a loveable group of madcap animals looking for fun and the aim is to encourage children and their families to have fun too, getting silly and reading anything that makes them happy. That could be comics, joke books, poetry, fiction or non-fiction, in digital or print format, books they have at home or eBooks and eAudiobooks borrowed through Derbyshire Libraries online.
Find more information go to Derbyshire Libraries Facebook or Twitter or visit the Derbyshire Libraries website