Happy Thursday Class 1! Only 2 days of work left until the...
Hello Class 2, How are we all doing today? Well done for all your hard work in maths this week, I’m excited to start our...
All Classes Activity Flow
Flora in Class 4 has been learning to play the piano. She has been working incredibly hard in her lessons and has shared a little performance with us.
Hope you enjoy it!
Please find the link of all the images we have used this week in English.
Hello Class 2,
How are we all doing today?
Well done for all your hard work in maths this week, I’m excited to start our new topic this morning.
Here are all of the learning resources needed for today.
Class email: email@example.com
Have a great day!
No additional worksheets are needed in maths today.
Phonics – Year 1
Reading Comprehension – Year 2
Happy Thursday Class 5! I hope you have had a good week so far, we are almost at the weekend!
Today is the start of your independent writing of the diary entry and I am very excited to see what you come up with. Here are the lesson slides for our Maths, English and Guided Reading lessons
Instead of a spelling lesson today, you have got a handwriting lesson – please take your time to ensure this is neat and you are not rushing it!
This afternoon your independent lesson is continuing your science of living things. We will be looking at the life cycle of plants and the different methods of reproduction. Please follow the information on the slides and complete the activities in your workbook.
As always, I love seeing your work so ask an adult to snap it and zap it to me 🙂
I’m very intrigued by Will’s discovery that there may be a similar clock to the one in Glockenheim, so I am doing some research – keep your eyes and ears peeled!
Good morning Class 3 and happy Thursday! I hope you are all doing well 🙂
Please see the attached for your Maths, English and Guided reading:
Big spell list to practise a few spellings daily, using the ‘look, cover, say, write, check’ method:
Today’s handwriting activity:
This afternoons tasks:
French: Please log onto language angels with the below username and password, to try out the games I have set for you:
Science this afternoon: We are looking into types of soil and how soil is made – please look at the following, as well as doing your own further research if needed, to then access the task on purple mash I have set for you about the types of soil.
Have a great day Class 3! Remember to please send in your completed work by uploading it to the folder in teams, or email me on firstname.lastname@example.org
Miss Howell 🙂
Good morning Class 4
Hope you are ready for another day of remote learning and your live lessons. I am really enjoying these sessions and it is great to see the work you have been completing too. Here are your slides and resources for the lessons today. Remember to snap it and zap it when you are ready to email@example.com
Geography – Lesson 2 What is the geography of Wales?
We are continuing to develop our skills of locational knowledge of the United Kingdom. Watch the video and complete the tasks.
Extra activity – spelling, punctuation and grammar work.
Have a fabulous day
Happy Thursday Class 1!
Only 2 days of work left until the weekend…let’s see if we can knock today’s learning out of the park! As always, here is a run through of today’s activities.
9.00- 9.30 EYFS Live phonics lesson
Join me on Teams for our Live phonics lesson. Today, we will be learning the new sound ‘igh’…our first trigraph, where 3 letters make one sound. Don’t forget your paper and pencil or whiteboard and pen if you have one.
As a follow up task from today’s lesson, can you have a go at this ‘igh’ spotter story. Don’t worry if you don’t have a printer, as you can read it on the screen. If your child is not yet a confident reader, maybe take it in turns reading a sentence each, rather than getting your child to read the whole thing.
All follow up tasks for phonics can be found here:
Year 1 phonics:
Year 1 children, please follow this link to watch today’s phonics lesson. You will be recapping your learning from the week, looking at the alternative pronunciations for the graphemes i, e, o, u and a. Don’t forget to join in with the videos, saying the sounds and reading the words.
For your follow up task after the lesson, I would like you to play this phonics ‘bang’ game. You will need someone to play with you i.e. a parent or older sibling.
As always, you will find all the links and follow up tasks for this week’s phonics lesson here: Year 1 phonics lessons and follow-up tasks wk 18.01.21.pptx –
9.50- 10.30 Year 1 Live Literacy session
Join me on Teams for our Live Literacy lesson. Today we will be looking at adding the suffix ‘ed’ to the end of verbs, to write them in the past tense. You will need your exercise book and pencil.
10.50- 11.50 Live Maths lesson
Join me on Teams for our Live Maths lesson. Today we will be looking at ordering numbers. I will upload the teaching PowerPoint into the files section on Teams, for you to look through if you miss the session.
Here are the follow up worksheets for Year 1, with a separate answers sheet:
For an extra challenge, why not have a go at this True or False statement. Can you explain your reasoning?
For my Reception children, I would like you to practically have a go at ordering groups of objects with different amounts in each group, from least to greatest or greatest to least. Here are some ideas:
If you want to extend your learning even further, then why not have a go at these challenges? This can all be practical and verbal.
These challenges can also be found here: Reception maths follow up tasks wk 18.1.21
12.00- 12.20 Storytime and snack
Join me on Teams for the next instalment of ‘The Christmasaurus’.
This afternoon, we are going to learn about habitats. Habitats describe the different areas and conditions animals live in. Please follow the link to watch the teaching video. You will need to choose one of your teddies to join you.
When you have watched the video, I have a task for you. You can either create a habitat for the teddy you chose, like is suggested in the video, or pick a group of animals to create a habitat for. You can create a habitat however you like, i.e. through collage, creating a shoebox diorama, by painting or drawing. Make sure that the habitat you create is suitable for the group of animals you have chosen.
You could print off the animals you have chosen and stick them into your habitat picture you create, or you could draw them in or use animal models if you have them at home.
You can print the animals here if you do have a printer: Habitat animal pictures
I can’t wait to see your creative habitat pictures, so don’t forget to send me a photo to firstname.lastname@example.org
I have really enjoyed hearing about the additional activities you have been taking part in at home during lockdown. We are a very talented class!
Zak has built his own volcano and had the pleasure of watching it erupt.
Another fabulous day of remote learning for Class 4, which has resulted in some great work.
This week, we have been using DADWAVERS to support our descriptive work. We have been using different images to create some amazing work.
Maths – we have been multiplying different number going up to 3 digits by 2 digits.
Hello Class 1!
I want to say a big thank you to everyone who has sent in pictures of the work they have been doing at home. It is lovely for me to see you enjoying the learning and getting stuck in with all the activities I have set you. It’s also nice for you to see what your friends have been getting up to. I have been sent lots of super pictures this week.
I particularly like Izzy and Alfie’s castle sandwiches and their excellent tin foil knights. They also had lots of fun on their walk and collected materials to create their own stickmen.
Sadie had a genius idea to use left over sweet wrappers in her Paul Klee ‘Castle and Sun’ picture. I can really see the castle structure that she’s created with her collage. She also made a super knight and a knight’s shield.
Lola and Laura had a go at making animal poo. Lola filled hers with leaves and berries. I wonder if you know what kind of animal might have leaves and berries in their poo…a Herbivore? Carnivore? Omnivore?
Willow, Harleigh, Ruby and Lola have been working really hard in their Phonics, Literacy and Maths sessions and have sent me lots of pictures of their completed work. I also love Lola’s ‘Castle and Sun collage’.
Look at Elliot’s excellent maths work matching numbers represented in different ways and his super collage picture. He also tackled the catapult making challenge. I wonder how far his objects managed to travel?
Laura has also done some brilliant reading and work around Knights and their armour, whilst William produced some beautiful writing today and Kayla had a go at writing her tricky words in salt.
Don’t forget to send me more pictures of your home learning!