Week beginning: 20th April 2020
Encourage your child to read daily and complete their reading record. They could listen to extracts of stories using the following link:
Inset Day - please look at the Easter Activities page.
Maths: Practise counting in 2s up to 20. Challenge: Count in 2s up to 50. You can use objects at home to help counting in 2s. For example, hundred squares, numbers lines, Lego, cubes, beads. There are videos below to help you. The BBC Bitesize home learning also has activities and videos to help.
English:This week you will be completing activities based on the book Rapunzel by Bethan Woollvin. Please find below a document which lists each task for the week. Today you need to complete task 1: Explore it. There is also an optional writing grid below where you can record your answers.
English: There is also an optional template below that you can use for your drawing.
Maths: You can use objects at home to help counting in 5s. For example, hundred squares, numbers lines, Lego, cubes, beads. There are videos below to help you. The BBC Bitesize home learning also has activities and videos to help.
English: There is also an optional writing template to record your ideas.
English: There is also an optional template to record your ideas.
Practise your spellings daily using one of the activities from our school's spelling approach:
A spelling test will be set on Friday through Purple Mash.
We are now starting a new Science topic on ‘Plants’. Over the next few weeks, the children will be working on identifying common plants, including garden plants, wild plants and trees with a focus on deciduous and evergreen trees. They will be describing the basic structure of plants including roots, stem, leaves and flowers.
This week have a go at making your own flower including the roots, stem, leaves and flowers. Can you label the parts of the plant? Use whatever you have around the house or from the garden to make your picture. There are some examples and resources below to help you:
If you would like to, you could plant some seeds or beans in the garden or a plastic cup. Have a think about what it will need to grow and look after it over the next few weeks. You can keep a diary of your plant as it starts to grow, take pictures, measure it or write about it. Below is an example of a plant diary that you could use:
Our new topic this term is called ‘In Grandma’s Day’. In this topic we will be looking at changes within living memory. The children will be getting information from a range of sources and comparing new with old. They will also be asked to look at timelines and discussing how we know if something is old or new. Our first focus will be on toys.
This week can you speak to members of your family and find out what toys they used to play with when they were younger? You could ask your parents or give your grandparents a call. Write some questions down that you would like to ask them.
Can you write down what they used to play with? Do they have any pictures they could send you or show you of their old toys? Use the internet to see if you can find pictures of some of these old toys. You can use the templates below to help you:
Ruth Miskin is doing live phonics streaming daily with different sets of speed sounds. She holds sessions at 9.30/10.00/10.30 in the mornings. This follows the same format as our phonics sessions in school. The children can practise set 2 and 3 sounds.
You could practise phonics daily using the weblink listed below.
Keep an eye on the English resources section of our class webpage as we will be adding phonics resources and sounds that the children can practise.
A Purple Mash coding activity has been set for you. It is a coding game and there is a video you can watch first to help. Please log on to complete this activity.