We hope you found yesterdays home learning engaging and interesting. We are really impressed with the positive attitude you all have shown us so far. We loved hearing all about your Mary Anning research and hope that you have enjoyed finding out about her fascinating life. It has also filled us with pride seeing so many of you pushing yourselves in your maths lessons- keep it up! Please remember that even having a go at a task is more than enough- we know you are trying your best and that is all that we ask! 🙂
Today’s suggested timetable:
Before 9 am – wake up, have breakfast and get ready for the day!
9.00 am PE with Joe Wicks/ Get your body moving and brain engaged ready for our multiplication lesson in maths with a supermovers:
Watch the video below for today’s maths session. The worksheets are below – please click on the links. Please do not feel you ahve to print these out – simply pause them on screen and write your answers on paper you have at home.
There are extra Gold challenges for those that want to stretch themselves, similarly there are challenges to test your mastery of maths.
We are not expecting you to submit your maths work – you can use the link below to mark your own work. Try being a teacher and spot 2 things you have done well and find something you need to work on and practise more!
Today in our Literacy lesson we are recapping the success criteria for a biography and beginning writing our own.
Afternoon Learning – Spelling and Forest School Art!
Over the next few weeks, we will be setting you a weekly spelling list and task on a Wednesday. You can either print these sheets out and record your practice attempts in the boxes or write the spelling words out a few times/put them into sentences on some paper. The crack the code task can also be done straight onto paper if you don’t have a printer.
These are from EdShed so you can log in using the details found at the back of your diary and play the interactive spelling games to help you practice if you think this might help. We won’t be setting a formal time to test your spellings but if you would like to please feel free to organise a time to test yourselves and let us know your scores.
This afternoon we are encouraging you to still get outside and join in our weekly Welly Wednesday session! We would like you to create your own Andy Goldsworthy inspired artwork using loose parts found in nature. This could be in your garden or on your daily walk with your parents.
Watch the video and find out your task in more detail. We would love to see how you get on so please e-mail any of your work to firstname.lastname@example.org!
In the Welly Wednesday video, there is a clip about the famous sculptor you will be asked to watch, copy the link below to access this-
As always please feel free to contact us if you have any questions at all. We really are here to support both parents and children as best we can. Keep smiling!