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Class Photos

Have a look at our Google Classroom. There are LOADS of photos of all our class on there. It can only be seen by our class so a much better (and less public) way to see each other.

NO SHARING ANYWHERE ELSE THOUGH, PLEASE!

Thank you

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Ellie's sock puppets and loads of writing!

Elliot's homework from last week - well done
 

Ideas for activities at home

English

  • Keep a diary. Add to it daily.
  • Write to members of your family or community, particularly old people who are isolated.
  • Read regularly. Choose five new words from each chapter. Try them out in your own sentences. Read a range of material.
  • Practise your spellings. Put them into sentences. Check meanings using dictionaries. Find other similar words using a Thesaurus.
  • Write a story based on a picture, character, video.
  • Make up a wordsearch using words around a theme.
  • Have a go at a crossword – these are much trickier.
  • Write a set of instructions for a game you have invented!
  • Find a list of rhyming words – are they real or nonsense words. Check!
  • Write a blog about your time at home
  • Design a menu for all you have eaten this week, write a recipe and then make it
  • Make some puppets and create a performance. Write a script

Maths

  • Websites – try SUMDOG plus Prodigy and Times Tables Rockstars. All are now free.
  • Practise adding and subtracting 1,10,100,1000 from any given number. Draw the numbers using Base 10 (we have practised this a lot in school).
  • Add two and three digit numbers using partitioning and also column addition
  • Subtract two and three digit numbers using a number line (to find the difference) and also column subtraction (can you spot the exchanges?)
  • Find number families for addition and subtraction using the inverse of calculations
  • Make up word problems using addition and subtraction
  • Learn your tables – all of them up to 12 x 12
  • Find the inverse by using multiples of to divide too – families for multiplication and division
  • Count in multiples of ten, divide numbers by ten, multiply by ten, hundred, thousand and explain what is happening to the answers
  • WHITE ROSE MATHS are offering a daily maths lesson at 10am for all year groups.

White Rose maths - daily maths lesson

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

Home learning - Easter Activities

During the Covid 19 School Closures, all ideas for home learning will be posted on this page. 

Here are a few ideas and links to activities for the Easter Break

Watch the Easter Story on the video here;https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/modules/search/index.html?source=espresso-home-mixed-topnav-search#/search/Easter%20story?sortKey=Relevance

The White Rose Maths team are continuing their great work with a few fun maths activities: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

David Walliams will be reading his stories every day. https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

Join with Joe Wicks for PE WITH JOE every day on Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6r99N3kXME

Have a look at the activities below for a few other ideas of what to do!

 

Spellings for this week (Wed 1st April)

Purple  - Common words

even, break, steak, great, move, prove, improve, sure, sugar, eye

Try and spell each word using your sound buttons - count them carefully first. 

Write your list in alphabetical order.

Yellow - statutory spelling challenge words

address, busy, business, heart, fruit, breathe, strange, complete, extreme, forwards

 Use your sound buttons to practise. Write each word in alphabetical order.

Orange - Statutory spelling challenge words

length, strength, purpose, history, different, difficult, separate, suppose, therefore, knowledge

Check the sound buttons for each word. Put each in an extended sentence.

Mrs Warriner's spelling group - please spell each word and write in a sentence.

child, children, wild, climb, most, only, both, old, cold

Say each sound as you write - how many sound buttons for each word?

 

Other ideas for home learning

Science

  • Make a water pathway using any materials you can e.g. watering can, plastic tube, drain pipe, plastic containers
  • Transfer an object from the top to the bottom of a surface (e.g. the kitchen table) without using your hands
  • Make salt dough and create models, bake them and paint them
  • Plant seeds and watch them grow – take photos of their change, keep a diary
  • Take something apart and put it back together e.g. a toy, torch. Hint: take photos as you go!
  • Find out how a plug is wired - ask an adult to help
  • Make a pneumatic toy using a balloon and junk modelling (monsters are great to make!)
  • Make a ramp and test how fast vehicles travel down - make a vehicle too
  • Time how long it takes something to travel down your ramp
  • Look at the stars and the moon – how often do they change
  • Take photos of all the plants in the garden - how do they change during spring
  • Make a 'time lapse' film

Art and Dt

  • Make a few sock puppets then put on a ‘play’
  • Make cakes or buns and decorate them
  • Decorate biscuits with icing
  • Learn to knit!
  • Use straws and paint to make a blow picture
  • Use scraps of paper / material to make a collage
  • Create your own ‘set’ for a story in a shoe box
  • Make a house / car / space ship/ imaginary land using ‘junk’ modelling
  • Make a musical instrument and play along to your favourite songs
  • Find a ‘pet’ rock in the garden – decorate it, make a bed / home for it.

Computing

  • Research an animal on line and become an expert (check out DK FIND OUT)
  • Download PIVOT and create a stick figure cartoon
  • Have a look at SCRATCH – free coding programme and make a coded scene
  • Start a blog

HAVE FUN!

 

 

 

 

 

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