Welcome back after the Easter holidays. I hope that all of you are OK and ready for some new home learning?
Please remember to do what you can. We understand that you might have to share a computer with siblings and that you may not have a printer to print things out. If you are struggling let me know. You can message me on here and my email address is inside your home learning book so an adult can contact me this way.
I will post your daily and weekly tasks on Google Classroom. At first you might think it is a lot but when you complete each activity you will see that they are broken down into short chunks of learning.
Please use "My Learning Journey", (on Google Classroom) to record what you have done each day. Think of it as a daily blog of your learning. You can present it in any way. You might want to list which activities you have done and how you felt about it e.g. it was fun, too easy, too hard, too boring! You might choose to upload a photograph or a video of your work. I am sure you will have your own ideas too.
Daily Tasks Monday 20th April 2020
Task 1: Do something that makes you happy! Sing, dance, tell a joke, eat chocolate (if you have any Easter eggs left), draw, give someone a hug, whatever it is that makes you feel good.
Task 2: Do some form of physical activity. Go outside and play a game, do some keepy-ups, ride a bike, try an online video e.g. Joe Wicks, Cosmic yoga, or Oti Mabuse.
White Rose Maths Lesson 1 Make a whole
There is a short 8 minute video which explains what to do. Then you complete the online activity. The answers are available to check how you have done. Please see the link below.
Please log onto Time Tables Rock Stars daily.
Optional: If you would like extra maths log on to BBC Bitesize and click on 20 April:Maths where you can do an activity on Place Value.
Please read every day. This can be any book of your choice, a comic, a newspaper, reading this message or even a cereal packet! It's all reading. If you are a member of the library, you can access eBooks for free using the "My library" link below.
Oxford Owl also do free eBooks. Please see the link below.
BBC Bitesize 20 April: English
Identifying when to use pronouns. Follow the link below.
Listen to the story "The King of the Fishes" using the soundcloud link below. Then complete pages 1 -7 of the Talk 4 Writing booklet, (in the links below). If you haven't got a printer either do the activities on paper / red home learning book or straight onto your learning journey slides.
Complete a task from the "Rainforest" Learning Log grid each week. See the attached PDF below.
Choose at least 2 other topic lessons from Bitesize e.g. History, Geography, Science, Music etc. to complete.
I can't wait to see what you put in your learning journey!
Miss Hunter x
- BBC Bitesize lessons
- Library eBooks
- Oxford Owl eBooks
- Story: The King of the Fishes
- Talk 4 Writing booklet
In Maths we follow the White Rose schemes of work which ensure our children have a well-rounded mastery approach to Maths.
If you would like to look at the resources we use and the schemes of work you can see them on: