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A Message from the Class Teacher, Mrs. Turner

Class 1 - Squirrel Class

2020-21 Term 2

Dear Parents and Carers,

This term we are considering the question, 'Who are the important people who lead our country?'. Please see the topic web here for how we are exploring this question at school. The home learning menu is available here. You are welcome to choose two or more of the suggestions to support your child's learning at home.

If you have any questions or queries, please either catch Mrs. Leader or me at the end of the day or contact the school office.

With best wishes,

Mrs. Turner  

Term 1 learning 

 

Archived - Home Learning Activities March - July 2020

Week Commencing 20.07.20

English

This week you may choose to write a letter to your new teacher telling them what you like; what you dislike; your favourite/ least favourite subject so they know, like I do, how amazing you are. You may choose to write a letter for the new Year 1’s and share with them some of your top advice or tips on how to enjoy Year 1.

Spelling

You may wish to practise the below spellings which will be useful for returning to school next year:

100 high frequency words; common exception words and phase 2-5 tricky words.

Some words may overlap but this will help your child become an excellent speller. 

Maths

I would like your child to become an expert at their number bonds to 20; addition and subtraction and showing one more or one less. You may also choose to continue using the booklets attached in last week’s lesson.

Topic

Your child may choose to create a poster explaining the difference between a mode of transport found today compared to when it was first invented.

Other

I will add new ideas to this section each week

Your child will benefit from reading a variety of books with you and to you. You may also wish to watch a movie; plant a flower or vegetable; create a storybook. Additionally, you may choose to spend some time creating a den for a cinema night or competing in a games night as the opportunities are endless.

 Finally and most importantly, enjoy the summer with your child or children, make the most of the opportunities and time and celebrate everything you have achieved with them over our school closure.  You have all done so well and achieved so much!

 Week Commencing 13.07.20

English

Read Cycle City here. I would like you to story map the story with your child. I have also attached a list of activities here. You may choose to do as many or as little as you’d like.

I have attached additional booklets to support previous learning.

Year 1 English booklet and a Capital Letters and full stops booklet.

Click here for this week’s reading comprehension.

Spelling

Click here for this week’s spellings.

Maths

This week, I have attached some revision booklets that consolidate the learning we have undertaken this year.

Addition and subtraction booklet, Summer Maths and Place value booklet.

You may also choose to use the White Rose home learning; BBC Bitesize or Mathletics to support the reconsolidation.

Topic

This week, we will be looking at the invention of steam trains. Click here to find out about George Stevenson and why he was important. I would like your child to create either a booklet or a poster explaining the invention of the steam train or how it is different to trains nowadays?

You may also choose to complete the following activities: transport sorting activities and wheels or no wheels activity.

Other

I will add new ideas to this section each week

Here are the attached home learning packs for the four science topics we cover over the course of the year: Seasonal Changes, Animals including Humans, Plants and Everyday Materials. 

I have also attached a transition booklet here that you may like to discuss with your child prior to meeting Mrs Ormerod in case they have any anxiety due to their long period of time away from school.

 

 

 

 

Week Commencing 06.07.20

English

This week, I am giving two choices of learning and activities linked to two stories for our English. Your child may choose to complete one or both of the stories and activities.

Read ’Emma Jane’s Aeroplane’ here. Can your child think of any actions to accompany the story. Activities you may like to complete to support are in the attached pdf.

Read ‘You can’t take an Elephant on the Bus' here. Click here for the activities linked to the story here.

Click here for this week’s reading comprehension text and questions.

Spelling

Click here for this week’s spellings.

Click here for a Year 1 spag treasure hunt.

Maths

This week, You have to choice to recap one or more of the following topics. 

Topic 1: Money

Click here for the White Rose lessons on Money - the week commencing the 29th June.  

Your child may want to practise money by creating a shop to play and explore the use of money. Click here and here for supporting worksheets.

Topic 2: Fractions.

Click here for the White Rose maths - the week commencing 06th July.

Click here for a supporting worksheet. Attached here is a fraction home learning booklet.

You may also want your child to review their 2's, 5's and 10's knowledge here.

Click here for Mathletics. 

Click here for additional maths lessons by the maths hub. 

Click here for maths games from thirdspacelearning. 

Click here for maths games from Mathsframe. 

Topic

This week, we will be looking at how transport to space has changed. I would like your child to research the first man to go to space; the first woman to go to space; the animals that have been sent to space. Your child may also want to look into which planets have been visited.

Can your child compare the similarities and differences of the spaceships that have taken them to space compared to now?

I have attached a supporting link here: Who was Neil Armstrong? Neil Armstrong activities.

Once your child has done their research, they may choose to make a model of one or more of the rockets that have been to space; a collage picture of a rocket. Your child may also choose to look at the difference between the planets.

Other

I will add new ideas to this section each week

I have attached a health and well-being pack here if you feel it is necessary to complete to try with your child. You may like your child to reflect on the school year they have had so far by completing the following worksheet here with them.

Purple mash tasks.

I would like your child to complete activity 1 (Transport-old and new) and activity 2(Transport).

To access activity 1, go on Topics, then go on to old and new transport. This is shown with the image of a red bus and an old coach.

To access activity 2, find the topic title named transport.

Your child can choose to complete as many or as little of the activities within both activity tabs.

 

Week Commencing 29.06.20

English

This week in English, we are looking at our punctuation.  We will be focusing on exclamation and question marks.

Exclamation marks:

Here is a video introducing exclamation marks. 

Here is a video on how to write sentences using exclamation marks. 

Question marks:

Here is a video introducing question marks. 

Here is a video on how to write question marks. 

Click here for worksheets on correct the punctuation and here for a pdf on how to ask questions. Click here to complete a question mark or full stop worksheet.

I would like your child to interview a member of your family, it could be someone in your household or could be a virtual interview. Before they do the interview, they will need to write down the questions they would like to ask including capital letters, finger spaces and question marks.

Click here for this week’s reading comprehension text and questions.

Click here for a grammar and punctuation activity.

Spelling

Click here to practice the common exception words.

Click here for this week's spellings.

Maths

We have covered all the maths for this year so for the next four weeks, we will be reviewing the key operations over the next few weeks. This week, we are going to review our addition and subtraction. Click here for a pdf. 

Here is a part/whole activity with number bonds to 5, number bonds to 10, number bonds to 20.

I have attached some alternative teaching pdfs that you may choose to work through and discuss with your child. Lesson 1 and lesson 2 and lesson 3 here.

Click here for Mathletics. 

Click here for additional maths lessons by the maths hub. 

Click here for maths games from thirdspacelearning. 

Click here for maths games from Mathsframe. 

Topic

I have attached a video to discuss what air travel was like in the 20th century. Your child may wish to explore this further or create a model. 

Which model is your favourite and why? Can you write about a plane journey you have been on? If you have never flown before, can you think of another journey you have been on? Think about the senses.

This week, we are also going to be looking at a variety of art activities that link to transport.

First of all, your child may choose to draw one or more of the following of the step by step guide on how to draw a cartoon version of transport seen here or the alternative video here.  

Other

I will add new ideas to this section each week

Click here for this week’s science recap.

Attached are a phase 4 phonics home learning challenge and a phase 5 home learning challenge.

Click here for extra ideas to keep your child entertained.

This week is Children's Art Week. You may choose to complete a particular arty activity like the ones I have attached or do your own! I can't wait to see all the amazing things you may choose to create this week.

Suggested activities may include: designing a picnic blanket, making a moving skeleton, making a paper boat origami or to create a self portrait.

Week Commencing 22.06.20

English

Last week, we were looking at the Little Red Hen. I hope you enjoyed acting out the story. This week, I would like your child to recap the actions and the story of the Little Red Hen. You may wish to reuse the videos from last week. When your child is confident with the story, I would like your child to complete the story board attached here. They may also choose to turn the Little Red Hen into a comic book strip, I have attached a template here. Click here to write a character description of the characters within the Little Red Hen. Once they have completed this, Can they write the story of the Little Red Hen and add some pictures?

Click here for this week’s reading comprehension.

Spelling

Click here for this week’s spellings.

Click here for a common exception word activity sheet here.

Maths

This week, we are continuing with time. We will focus on writing the time and we will be looking at the digital clock this week. Watch this song about seconds, minutes and hours here. Click here for this week’s pdf. I have attached some follow up worksheets here. If your child is confident telling the time, here is an extra pdf, explaining the use of a digital clock. Click here for reasoning activities relating to the time.

Click here for additional maths lessons by the maths hub. 

Click here for maths games from thirdspacelearning. 

Click here for maths games from Mathsframe. 

Topic

This week we are looking at significant explorers and their travels. Click here for this week’s pdf. Click here to explore about Christopher Columbus.

Activities you may like to complete with your child:

Click here for a factfile to complete on Christopher Columbus.

Click here for a fill the blank worksheet.

Click here for a continents labelling activity.

Click here to create your own passport.

Click here for extra art ideas linked to transport.

Other

I will add new ideas to this section each week

I have attached some art activities linked to The Little Red Hen from our English lesson.

The Little Red Hen Handprint activity.

The Little Red Hen I spy activity.

The Little Red Hen complete the pattern activity.

The Little Red Hen bread roll recipe.

Week Commencing 15.06.20

English

Over the next few weeks, we will be revisiting the children’s storytelling and writing. Watch The little red hen here or read it here. (Please note that some versions I have attached may be slightly different.)  Can your child create some actions to the story, I have attached an example video here. Once your child has become confident in retelling the story of the little red hen can they create a story map, like the one I have attached here. You may choose to complete some of the extra activities related to the little red hen:

Click here to make stick puppets to retell the story, Click here to write a letter from the little red hen, Click here to practice your handwriting, click here for a match the picture and word activities.

Click here for this week’s reading comprehension.

Spelling

Click here for this week’s spellings.

Maths

This week, we are starting our new topic of looking at time. Click here for a video on chronological order. Click here for quick video on how to tell the time to an hour. Click here for this week's maths pdf.

Click here to make your own analogue clock. Click here for a days of the week activity. Click here for half past activities. Click here to write the time to an hour. Click here to write the time for half past.

Click here for additional maths lessons by the maths hub. .

Click here for maths games from thirdspacelearning. 

Click here for maths games from Mathsframe. 

Please feel free to access the maths activities on Mathletics.

Topic

This week we are looking at maps and how these help us travel and how maps can tell us. Click here for this week’s activity.

Other

I will add new ideas to this section each week

This week I have added Squirrels Class to purple mash. If you would like access to this please contact the school office for your child’s logins.

Science activities:

Click here to watch a video on the body parts. Click here to watch a video about the five senses. Click here to watch a video on what we need to stay healthy. Click here for a food group pdf.

Can you make a poster explaining one or more of the things we need to do to stay healthy? Click here for a sorting food activities. Click here for a healthy eating Wordsearch. Click here to make a healthy lunchbox. Click here for a food pyramid activity.

Father's Day or someone who takes care of us:

Click here to make a father's day poem, click here to make a father's day book, click here to make a 'I love you this much card.'

Well being:

As there are lots of emotions due to the difficult and unprecedented times, I have attached a pdf talking about feelings here.

I have attached some activities below:

Click here to discuss what your child is good at activity. Click here for a things that make me happy activity. Click here for what are my main worries activity.

 Week 08.06.20

English

Please see here this weeks reading comprehension text and questions

This week, I want your child to focus on creating super sentences which include capital letters, full stops and finger spaces. We will also be creating an advert to sell a choice of transport in our topic this week so the activities attached below will help with your child’s writing.

Click here for a pdf on nouns. Can you make a list of nouns that you can see in your house?Click here for a pdf on adjectives, Following that complete the adjectives activity here.

Watch the story of the three little pigs here. Your task is to complete the worksheets attached here to think about information you may need for an advert. Click here for a supporting wordmat. This activity may also help your child with making an advert for their topic activity this week. Click here for an activity to create a television worksheet that may help create your advert.

Challenge time - can your children add adjectives to their adverts?

Spelling

This week’s spellings are focused on compound words.

Click here for a video on compound words. 

Football

Goalkeeper

Weekend

Windmill

Cupboard

Bonfire

Bedroom

Cloakroom

Clockwise

Playground

Can you come up with any more?

Maths

This week we are continuing to look at place value and re-consolidation of number.

Click here for the pdf on place value.

Click here for counting and ordering videos. 

Click here for how to count with tens and ones. 

Click here for adding and subtracting. 

Watch the videos below on collecting and recording data.

Click here for how to collect data 

Click here for how to use simple data tables.

Can you record your own data this may include: How many different colour cars you see on your street? How many animals can you see in your garden?

Topic

This week we are looking at transport in the past and compare what it was like then to now. We will also be exploring fire engines. Click here for a pdf with this week’s topic activity.

Other

I will add new ideas to this section each week

This week in Science we will exploring animals that live under the sea, Click here.

Click here for body part cutting out.

Click here for how to draw a face guide.

Click here for a body part wordsearch..

 Week Commencing 01.06.20

English

This week We are looking at suffixes, prefixes and writing in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd person.

Click here for a pdf on the English activities.

Click here to write a thank you letter (2nd person).

Click here for a worksheet on suffixes.

Click here for a worksheet on prefixes.

Click here for an activity to add -ly on the end.

Click here for a prefix and suffix wordsearch.

Click here for a handwashing writing activity.

Click here for this week’s reading comprehension text.

Click here for this week's reading comprehension questions.

Please note with the comprehension that the comprehension given is to challenge your child's reading and may be harder than their independent reading level.

Spelling

This week’s spellings are focused with y on the end:

Apply

Deny

Rely

Reply

Supply

Carry

Hurry

Marry

Scurry

Tidy

Vary

Maths

This Week we are looking at place value up to 100. Click here for the pdf on this weeks lessons.

 Click here for this week's White Rose Home learning.

Click here for the Hamilton Trust's Maths Home learning.

Click here for the NCETM Home learning.

Topic

This term we are looking at How has the way we travel changed over time? This week we will be looking at today’s transports and the key features each form of transport has. Click here for a mini starter. Whilst completing these activities, You might like to have discussions with your child in relation to what are common features to these transports and if any of these particular vehicles have special jobs or are used for specific purposes. Not all vehicles are highlighted within the main activities given so you may choose to explore these further such as buses and tractors.

Click here for a pdf with the activities. Click here for labelling worksheets on all transports. Click here for labelling parts of a car.  

Click here to design a brick car. Click here to create a car colour survey. Click here to design a car for the future. Click here to learn how to draw a car. Click here for how to draw a train. 

The next three links are to create a 3d model of a train, a car, a fire engine and a plane.

Other

I will add new ideas to this section each week

In Science this term we will be looking at Animals including humans.

This week we are focusing on labelling our body parts so click here.

We are also going to explore the five senses.

Click here for a worksheet in which your child can draw the five senses.

Click here for a worksheet on using the five senses.

Click here for a five senses scavenger hunt.

 As some children will be returning to school and as lock down eases.

Click here a simple explanation on social distancing to go through with your child.

Click here for a booklet referring to returning to school following lock down. 

Can your child draw a picture of themselves within their bubble?

 Week Commencing 18.05.20

English

This week, I am inviting the children to write anything of their choice such as a letter, a story or a newspaper article as examples. Click here for a pdf for ideas. The expectation is that your child remembers to use capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. If they can include adjectives and adverbs in their writing to show off their skills that would be amazing.

Click here for a pdf on verbs.

Click here for a pdf on Adverbs.

Click here for a pdf on Adjectives.

Click here for an Adjectives activity.

Click here for a worksheet on suffixes.

Click here for this week’s reading comprehension.

Spelling

This week’s spellings are focused on adding –ed on the end.

enjoyed, opened, played

looked, cooked, floated

heated, invented, painted

pointed

Maths

This week there is a compilation of activities for the children to choose. Click here for some maths questions for the children to work out in any way that suits them. Click here for some maths investigations. Click here for fraction consolidation.

Click here for an 100 square investigation.

Click here for an investigation of coins.

Click here for an investigation of coloured squares.

Click here for an odd and even number investigation.

Useful websites:

Click here for additional maths lessons by the maths hub. Click here for maths games from thirdspacelearning. Click here for maths games from Mathsframe. Click here for White Rose Home learning.

Topic

This week, I have attached some activities in relation to hot and cold places.

Click here for information on the Antarctic Explorers.

Click here for comparisons between the North and South Pole.

Activity ideas:

Make a leaflet to tell the story of the discovery of the South Pole.

Make an equipment list of what they would take some where cold or hot like the beach.

Make a poster with at least 10 facts from the powerpoints above. 

Click here for a create a new flag.

Other

I will add new ideas to this section each week

This week I have attached some Science activities for your child to explore.

Click here for a video on lifecycles and suggested activities underneath. 

Click here for a video on food chains

Click here for a video on plant life cycle

Click here for access to videos about seasonal changes throughout the British year.

Click here for the four seasons of the year song.

Click here for science experiments that link to fairytales.  

Week Commencing 11.05.20

English

This week, we will continue to look at Instruction making.

This week, your child will be asked to create a character. Create a problem to explain why we are going to catch their creature and write instructions on how to catch their creature.

I have created my own version here.

If your child is not engaged with the English above, please feel free to also access the daily learning on BBC Bitesize.

Click here for a reading comprehension that you may choose to complete with your child. You may choose to do this in one day or you can choose to do a little bit every day for the week.

Spelling

This week’s spellings are focused on adding –d on the end.

amazed

closed

lined

named

hoped

baked

joked

liked

waved

used

Maths

This week we are due to be looking at Geometry focusing on turns and position. Please see the attached lesson here.

Click here for additional maths lessons by the maths hub. 

Click here for additional Maths Lessons by the White Rose Scheme.

Click here for maths games from thirdspacelearning. 

Click here for maths games from Mathsframe. 

Topic

Please click here for a problem for your child to solve.

You may choose to use other activities over previous weeks.

Other

I will add new ideas to this section each week

Please see below some games and activities you may like to pick and choose from.

Click here for Cbeebies games (0-6). 

Click here for ideas on indoor games you can play.  

Click here for some interactive computer games.

 Week Commencing 04.05.20

English

This week in English, we are focusing on instructions.

 Please watch or read (if you have the book): How to wash a Woolly Mammoth.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnO7W3tAlik

Click here for the pdf on imperative verbs and here for the worksheet. If you do not have a printer, your child is able to write the sentences on a piece of plain paper. Can your child set out the instructions for 'How to wash a woolly mammoth?'

 Can your child follow instructions by completing one of the following activities here?

 Can your child think of something they have done whilst on lock down that they can write instructions for? They may have planted a flower; washed their hair; learnt to ride their bike.

Click here for a blank template or here for a prescribed template on how to write instructions.. Your child could write these instructions out on a plain piece of paper or create a booklet so they can add images to their instructions. I have attached a word mat here to support.

Some additional resources you may also like to use with your child.

The importance of being exact:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ct-lOOUqmyY 

How to write instructions:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2189sv8Bvy4-

BBC How to write instructions:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVU8AvBScvA

Spelling/ Phonics

This week’s spellings are focused on s-r words:

Scrap

Scrape

Stroke

Straight

Spring

Shrink

Stream

Strip

Stripe

String

 You may choose to do some phonics activities using the link attached. Your child may find these lessons more revision based. https://wandleenglishhub.org.uk/lettersandsounds/year-1

Maths

This week, we are looking at fractions. Your child is expected to know halves and quarters. Please feel free to represent these practically if you wish. You may also choose to complete the attached lesson here.

 Additional resources you may like to use:

What are fractions? From BBC bitesize.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z3rbg82/articles/zq2yfrd

BBC Bitesize weekly challenges:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z6rpnrd

Topic

This week, Can your child make one of the inventions within the pdf in last week’s topic or can your child make an invention that supports their English in how to follow an instruction.

Other

I will add new ideas to this section each week

You may choose to continue the science activities from last week.

 We are not due to look at Geography this term, however I have attached a link in case your child becomes inquisitive or you are looking for further activities. https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/

 This Friday is VE Day. This is a bank holiday. I have attached a pdf here which explains what VE Day is. To celebrate, you may decide to create a flag; create a picture demonstrating VE Day or write a letter to someone explaining what VE day is or learn a war time song. You may choose to celebrate VE day using an idea you have had at home.

I have attached an activity booklet here. You may use this for further ideas. You can complete any of the activities within this booklet on a plain piece of paper if you are unable to print it off.

 

Week Commencing 27.04.20

English

This week, You can choose to complete any of the activities attached here.

We will also be looking at instructions over the next couple of weeks. If possible, can you make a cake or craft in which your child needs to use instruction? Can you discuss why instructions are important and why they might be needed? Can your child also discuss when else instructions might be used. Ideas they might share may include: medicine, school, construction, sport, chores.

Spelling

This week’s spellings are focused on adding –ed to words

Dented

dusted

ended

handed

hunted

landed

lifted

listed

melted

tested

Maths

This week we continue to look at multiplication and division. Please see the attached document here to support children’s new learning. There is further opportunities for the children to access maths activities via Mathletics. Please contact the office if you have any problems logging on.

 

You may also want to access maths activities and lessons from the links below:

The NCETM has created video lessons linking to multiplication. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQqF8sn28L9yTV9WxpHw-9BbqRe_f49fr

The NCETM has also created video lessons linking to coins. This can be used as a revision tool as we have already looked at money this year.

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQqF8sn28L9yTV9WxpHw-9BbqRe_f49fr

 

Topic

With your child, Can you make an invention that solves a problem? I have attached a pdf to support some learning opportunities here. Over the next couple of weeks, I will create some problems that your child can design a new invention for.

 

Your child may want to create an advertisement for their favourite invention. They can choose to make a poster, a leaflet, a video.

Other

I will add new ideas to this section each week

Please continue to read regularly with your child.

Our Science for the term is Seasonal Changes. Whilst your child is at home, can you encourage them to explore the environment around them? They may choose to complete any of the following activities:

 - To complete a weekly weather report.

 - To record the plants and animals they have seen on their local walks.

 - To create a life cycle of a plant or animal that they have seen on a local walk.

 

 

 

 

Week Commencing 20.04.20

English

This Week, We will be looking at popular nursery rhymes and their rhyming couplets. Over the course of the week, We will be extending and creating alternative couplets.

Please click here for the English learning opportunities.

Extension activities:

Your child may choose to create a poster of their favourite nursery rhyme showing the rhyming couplets.

Your child could write their own nursery rhyme.

Your child may want to add or create some new actions to a well-known nursery rhyme.

Spelling

This week’s spellings are focusing on adding –er /-est to the end of a word:

Colder /Coldest

Braver/ Bravest

Safer/ Safest

Sweeter/ Sweetest

Richer/ Richest

Maths

This week, we are continuing to look at Multiplication and Division. We are looking at being able to add equal groups and being able to make arrays. Click here for the Maths learning opportunities here. This week the answers will follow on the next page. Please also feel free to continue to use Mathletics to consolidate previous learning from the past terms.

Topic

Over this week, We will be looking at home appliances and how these have changed over time. Please click here for this week's history lesson. 

In PSHE- Over the course of the term, we will be looking at ‘Too much selfie isn’t healthy!’ This focuses on discussions and activities that encourage your child to think about others and how they can contribute positive attributes to people in their lives. Please click here for PSHE learning opportunities.

Other

I will add new ideas to this section each week

Please continue to read with your child- Perhaps support your child to create a reading log of all the books they have read. You may want to create or discuss the book with your child as a book review. What did they like about the story? Who was their favourite character? What didn’t they like about the book? What is the book about?

 

 

 

 

Week Commencing 16.04.20

English

Over the next two days and upcoming weeks, Squirrels class will be looking at poetry. 

 Click here for the English learning opportunities. 

Spelling

Normal spellings will be given out on Monday 20th April. Below is a list of common exception words that all children are expected to spell correctly by the end of school year. 

Maths

Over the upcoming weeks, we will be looking at multiplication and division. Please see the PowerPoint below to support the children’s new learning. There are further opportunities for the children to access maths activities via Mathletics. Please contact the office if you have any problems logging on.

Topic

Please see the topic PowerPoint below introducing our new topic ‘How have everyday objects changed over time?’

Other

Please continue to read regularly with your child.

 I have created a PowerPoint of extra non-curricular activities that you may choose to complete if necessary.

Please see the Maths PowerPoint here.

Please see the Topic PowerPoint here.

Please see an additional PowerPoint with a list of non curricular activities here.

 

Week Commencing 30.03.20

Please see the attached home learning here.

 

Week Commencing 23.03.20 Home learning lessons.

View document home_learning_opportunities_overview_23rd_march.docx

For the maths worksheets for the week commencing 23.03.20, please click here.

For tips and techniques to help your child stay calm, click here

A range of home learning activities and links to useful websites from Miss Locke

For activities to support children's phonic development (phase 4 and 5 ideally), click here (free access to all activities currently: username march20; password home)

BBC Bitesize offers information, activities and videos for all subjects

Common Exception Words Activities (words that aren't phonetically spelt) 

Creative Writing Ideas

One More, One Less activities

Animals, including humans activity booklet

A story 'Dave the dog is worried about Coronavirus' (we advise parents/carers to read first to check the content is appropriate for their child)

Look for facts about Great Britain and other places of interest here

Learn about different faiths and cultural celebrations and festivals by watching 'Let's celebrate'

For a whole range of interests, activities and quizzes, check out DK Findout!

To access reading books, go to Oxford Owls at home

Art and Craft Ideas

More educational games linked to all subjects, click here

Join Joe Wicks at 9am each weekday for a workout

For activities linked to Bumblebee Conservation and Seedbomb making

For more online reading books, click here