Please find the relevant work for Week 3 below;
Please find the relevant work for Week 3 below;
Tric a Chlic is an original Welsh resource that is a progressive and systematic synthetic phonic reading scheme, which has recently been adapted for schools that teach Welsh as a second language.
There are 3 levels to Tric a Chlic;
Level 1 (Cam 1)
Level 2 (Cam 2)
Level 3 (Cam 3)
Eirian Lloyd-Jones, the author of Tric a Chlic, has published videos of introducing the sounds and words, and reading the story books.
Please follow the link below to watch and interact with the videos;
When you have opened the link, you will need to click on and subscribe (it’s free) to ‘Canolfan Peniarth’. Then select the ‘videos’ option and scroll down to find the first video from ‘Cam 1’.
Enjoy learning and listening to the Tric a Chlic scheme.
Please find attached this weeks time table and resources. If you have any problems accessing them please don’t hesitate your child’s class teacher.
Please follow the weblink below to access a selection of reading books online.
You may need to create an account, but this is all free. Select the ‘e-books’ tab, then ‘oxford owl e-book library’. Take a look at the stage your child is currently reading by looking on the back of the book. Select the same stage from the options available.
This website has a lovely selection of activities and resources available, so take a look around and enjoy exploring.
You will have the opportunity to check in with your child’s class teacher once a day, while at home, via Teams on Hwb. This will be a 10 minute session where your child can chat to their teacher or ask any questions about their home learning. Please choose the most convenient time for you and your child below.
Hwyaid Bach (Reception)-8:40, 12:00 and 3:00
Eryr/Gwennol (Year 1/2)-8:30, 12:20 and 3:30
To join the meeting your child will need to log into Hwb, click on the Outlook Icon and then click on the email that will be in the inbox from the class teacher, with the subject heading ‘Check in.’ Within the opened email you will be able to see in blue text, underlined, ‘click here to join the meeting.’ Click on that text and you will be taken to Teams where you will then need to click on ‘join meeting.’ Your child’s class teacher will accept you into the meeting at the appropriate time.
We hope that you are all staying safe and well! Please find below the link, that you need to right click on to access a list of activities. The document with the activities on will appear in a bar at the bottom of your screen. Please click on that to view the challenges that we would like the children to complete this week while at home.
Please remember to save all evidence of work in your child’s Hwb account or email it to your child’s class teacher. We will be making regular contact with you, however, if you require any support in the meantime, please contact your child’s class teacher using the emails below.
We thank you for your continued support and Happy New Year!
Well done to all the reindeer that took part in our Reindeer run yesterday. All of the reindeer thoroughly enjoyed the experience. They were especially excited to be greeted by Santa who also ran the course with them! Many thanks to all who sponsored the event and a special thanks to Mrs Blower for organising.
This weekends Maths Challenge to be completed by Monday 14th December
Ask your grown-up to tell you a number up to 20. Place this number of raisins/cereal pieces on your plate. If your grown-up says ‘one more’, can you add one more and say the number you have? If your grown-up says ‘one less’, can you eat one then count the number you have left?
Can you either email some of you number sentences that you made to your class teacher or email a photograph of you completing the activity to your teacher.
Add ‘9’, ’19’, and 29 to the following numbers…..27, 36, 48, 52, 68, 72, 83, 94.
Remember to use the strategy that we practised in class. For example, when adding 19, you would add 20 and then take away 1.
So, 34 + 19 you would do 34 + 20 = 54 and then 54-1 = 53.
Therefore, 34 + 19 = 53
Email your number sentences to your class teacher.
Happy Friday! This weekends homework is a Maths worksheet based on the work that the children have done in class this week. Hard copies have been given to all children today and will need to be completed by Monday. Thanks
This week we have had a virtual live visit by some little piggy’s and a big bad wolf!
The pigs challenged the children to work together in groups to design and build a strong house that would protect them from the wolf.
This challenge acted as a fantastic stimulus to help the children mind map their ideas about what they would like to learn next term for our topic ‘Houses and Homes’.