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Next week it will be the start of Lent. We would like you to look at the Lent kindness sheet and talk about all the kind things you could do for Lent. This sheet is aimed at children a little bit older , so any writing tasks may need an adults help.
We would like you to choose 1 act of kindness that you could do every day during Lent. This could be something like, help wash up every day, tidy my toys every day, put my washing in my washing basket everyday or give my parents a hug every day. You can talk to your child and choose something that is achievable. Talk with your child about why we make a Lenten promise and why it is important to us as Christians. You can put your Lenten promise on your fridge at home to remind you every day or make a chart to tick off the days of Lent.
Print out the Lenten promise sheet and help your child by writing their promise on the lines. Your child can draw a picture that is linked to their promise. For example if you chose 'pick up my washing' , they may draw a tshirt and a sock.
Make sure you show your work on teams to Mrs James.
From Friday 12th February there will be no more tasks posted as we will be on half term. Mrs James will make a folder called ' half term ' for optional tasks you may want to do on the week off. After the half term Mrs James will be on maternity leave and Miss Montecatini will be posting the home learning tasks on the website and logging into teams to see your remote learning. Thank you.