Today’s PE lesson is led by Joe. I hope you’ve been following his daily workouts. Just because it doesn’t say PE on your timetable some days, it doesn’t mean you can’t do his workouts. Although it’s different to Miss Lindsay’s PE lessons, it is important to keep fit and healthy! The best bit is parents can join in too!
The Maths lesson is the daily 10. It’s a 10 minute workout for your brain (you can do more than one throughout the day though). Choose either Level 1 or Level 2. Once you have chosen your level, choose ‘Addition’. After that, choose what you’d like to do. I’d recommend ‘Three one digit numbers’ in level 2 OR ‘Up to 25’ in level 1.
For Geography, I’d like you to draw a map of your road/area. For example, if you live on Trent Road, you could include the shops, the school, houses and other roads.
Thank you to those who have submitted work onto SeeSaw. We love the bug hotel and all the fantastic Maths work that has been posted so far. These posts have confirmed that this is secure, so a first name written on the picture so we can see who is submitting this fantastic work would be really good. For those who have not registered to SeeSaw yet…
This is what you need to do:
Download ‘Seesaw Class’ app on a tablet or phone.
Select ‘I am a Student’
Scan the QR code
To post a picture of your work:
Select the green plus at the top of the page
Take a photo of whatever you want to share with us and then select the green tick
Choose which class you are in and then the green tick again
NOTE TO PARENTS: Children are familiar with SeeSaw as we use it in class.
Things you should know:
We have made this secure so no-one else can access your work or pictures.
You will not be able to see other children’s work and others cannot see your work.
Because it is secure, you will not be able to see your work once you’ve submitted it BUT don’t worry, we will still be able to see it.
We look forward to seeing your work and you enjoying your learning.
Mr Pearson, Miss Fretton, Mrs Saveall, Mrs Golledge, Mrs Clack and Mrs Mullineaux
The Maths game allows you to choose the operation you want to practise. Choose addition for today’s learning.
The English link requires an adult to create an account (it is FREE). Once you have an account, choose a book from the library (there are over 100 books to choose from). You can choose your age, the type of book as well as match to your reading band colour.
The Science activity is a video (watch up to 3:25) that reminds us of the butterfly life cycle. Can you draw the life cycle and make an information poster explaining each part of the cycle? Here is an example to help you:
Enjoy your learning! If the poster takes longer, you can always carry it on tomorrow.
We have created a timetable for you all to follow each week to help with routine and scheduling. There aren’t specified times for each lesson, as sometimes the Maths lesson may only take 20 minutes whereas the English or Science may last longer, depending on the length of the task.
We hope this helps with your home learning. Well done to you all for working hard on your learning so far and a huge thank you to all parents and carers for supporting children with their work.
I will post websites and ideas for each lesson in time for the following day for you to use. There will be some fun games, creative tasks, writing activities and some active learning that involves getting up and moving.
A list of resources you will need this week: Laptop, Tablet or Computer, pencil, colouring pencils/pens, paper (A4 and/or A3) and trainers.
Keep a look out for the activities and learning for Tuesday. I will post these soon.
What do you think has caused the destruction all around the tree?
Why has this one tree survived?
If you walked through the portal, what would happen to you? What would you see?
If this portal to another world, would you go through it or stay on Earth, even if you had no idea what could happen?
Imagine you have walked through the portal. What can you see? Describe it using expanded noun phrases and full sentences. Remember to include:
Capital letters and full stops
Could you continue the story?
The tree was all that remained. A lonely figure, it stood there with destruction surrounding it. The bark had begun to peel away, one piece at a time, joining the wreckage of other trees that lay scattered across the scorched earth. This tree was different from the other trees…
Here are some MORE great websites to help you with your learning that you can do at home. These extra games will allow you to practice and apply your reading, times-tables, spelling and gives you an extra chance to show off your phonics knowledge to your family.
Here are some great websites to help you with your learning
that you can do at home. These games will allow you to practice your reading,
times-tables, spelling and gives you a chance to show off your phonics
knowledge to your family.