What a fabulous end to half term celebrating the Queen’s Jubilee out on the playground. It was lovely for us to be able to come together after such a long time!
The children have been investigating plants and flowers.
The children have been learning about Jim and the Beanstalk.
The children are enjoying finding out about dinosaurs. They used their archaeology skills to investigate what dinosaurs ate by looking in dinosaur poo!
Their cakes tasted delicious!
Activity 1 Choose a picture and write amazing sentences!
Activity 1 – Copy the subtraction sentences and write the answers
Activity 2 – Copy the 100 square and add the missing numbers
Activity 1 – Craft and Fine Motor Skills
Make a String Telephone
What you’ll need:
- 2 paper cups or 2 yogurt pots
- A grown up to poke holes in the bottom of the cups or yogurt pots
- Cut a piece of string (About 3 metres)
- Ask a grown up to poke a small hole in the bottom of each cup.
- Thread the string through each cup and tie knots at each end to stop it pulling through the cup (alternatively you can use a paper clip, washer or similar small object to hold the string in place).
- Move into position with you and a member of your family holding the cups at a distance that makes the string tight (making sure the string is not touching anything else).
- One person talks into the cup while the other puts the cup to their ear and listens, can you hear each other?
Activity 2 – Listening Skills
Play a game with your new cup phone! Try to look away from the person on the other end of the cup phone.
Take turns to say a word and ask the person on the other end to repeat it.
Can you take turns to say a poem or a rhyme and then try and repeat what you have heard?
Ask or answer a maths question?
Activity 3 – Memory Game
The Suitcase Game
This is a round-the-table memory game. In a group, go around in turn and say what you are putting in a suitcase. Each person has to say all the other items as well as their own new one. To keep things fresh, decide on a theme of the objects – it does not always have to be travel-based.
Home Learning Week Commencing Monday 28th March 2022
Oxford Owls -free online books
A fantastic resource that you can access at home. There are hundreds of e-books to choose from and after reading or listening to the book, there are games and activities to complete.
Choose one of the activities daily on Hwb
I recommend you start on KS1.
This week on Hwb we would like you to complete one of the activities on Turtle. In class, we will be using the Bee Bots. Can you move the turtle around the grid? Can you make left and right turns?
Additional Activities on Hwb
Use the menu on the left to paste animals/objects into the setting.
Use the brush to paint your own images onto chosen backgrounds.
Paint a self-portrait/family member/pet onto a blank background.
Select a template and direct the object around the screen.
Try ‘Simple’ and when confident have a go at ,Advanced’.
Create a block/bar graph/pictogram to show your family’s:
Select a template and use the menu on the left to select an object. Create an animation by clicking on the boxes across the bottom of the screen
Go into the garden and select some items and create a masterpiece!
We are learning to read maps to find the buried treasure.
The children enjoyed tasting welsh cakes.