The children in our class think that we should try to walk to school as often as we can to help the environment. Click on the above link to see our block graph on how we travel to school. We made the block graph as a class and discussed the results.
If you are unable to come to school for COVID-related reasons, please complete this work and email it to us.
Mrs Evans Hwyaid Bach
Mrs Blower Eryr
Mrs Fielding Gwennol
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Mathematics and Numeracy
- Collect a range of different sized sticks in your garden. Can you measure them in standard units such as centimetres? Can you measure them in non-standard units i.e using pieces of pasta to measure?
- Can you draw around your hand? Pretend it’s the giant’s hand. Estimate how many kidney beans the giant could fit on his hand?
- Can you log on to TTRockstars and practise your times tables?
- Can you practice writing your number formation 1-20?
- Can you learn your number bonds to 10? I.e. 0+10=10, 1+9=10, 2+8=10, 3+7=10, 4+6=10, 5+5=10, 6+4=10 etc.
Language, Literacy and Communication
- Write a diary – think about what it may be like to be a giant for the day. What would you do? Who do you live with? How might being a giant be different to being a child?
- Draw a picture of Jack and colour it in neatly. Think of as many different adjectives (describing words) as you can to describe Jack and write them down. Can you do the same for the giant? How are they similar and how are they different?
- Questionnaire – Think of questions that you would like to ask the giant if you were to meet him. Write each of your questions down or maybe an adult could scribe them for you. Don’t forget to use a capital letter to start your question and a question mark.
- Create a map of Jack’s village, where the house was, the market and the beanstalk.
- Could you also create a map for the land of the giant and include your own key features.
- Create your own beanstalk. It could be a painting, a collage or even a model. Be as creative as you can!
Health and Well-being
- Play a board game with a member of your family. Maybe you could create your own game?
Well, what can I say? The children certainly did come with a smile to our end of term party. The chose to play sports, build dens, make campsites or to just simply chill in the sun!