Dear Kite Class
Here are some suggested ideas for your home learning, today the last day of this week.
9 o’clock - maths - See the star page for the maths websites for Year 1 and then Year 2 Bitesize video clips. How are you getting on using the red button on the television? If you need more work to do you can always try IXL games (I see some of you have earned some certificates - WELL DONE!) or Timestable Rockstars as per our class letter where you will find patterns counting in 2, 5 and 10. Don’t forget to use the maths table I gave out at parents evening. This should give you even more confidence. Write your work in your maths home-learning book.
10 o’clock - have a break. Make sure you wash your hands and eat a piece of fruit.
10:30 - English - IT’S BIG WRITE DAY! Mrs Earley’s group, I want you to write a play about something frightening under Danny’s bed. Look at the book again on the learning grid, to give you some ideas. How big is it? What are it’s eyes, legs and skin like? Does it make any noises? What could Mum buy to frighten it away? If you write a whole page in your red spelling book, you can write 1HP on your work! Mrs Greene’s group, I would like you to write a diary of your week. You can write 1HP on your work if you can write a whole page in your red spelling book! Complete the sentences:
On Thursday I .......................... . It felt ...............
Year 2, as explained yesterday you are going to write a list for a big brother (real or imaginary) on how to look after you. Use your story map from yesterday to write a paragraph for each picture you drew. Try to use as many red and green words as you can. Look carefully through the book to give you lots of ideas. Your story map should help guide your story and to sound out any tricky words. Read your work through at the end, can you edit or up level any of the words you have used. Try to use as many red and green words in our book. If you can fill two pages in your red spelling book, you can write 1HP on your work! Make sure you write the long date and LO: Big Write, at the start of your work. If any of you need more work, remember to read a book from your folder, our new virtual reading corner or one of those books you have been itching to read from your own book shelf and ask your grown up to record this in your reading record. Don't forget to practise your spellings too, maybe do the sentences for the first half of your spelling words for this week. Please also practise your speed sounds using the videos right at the bottom of this page.
12 o’clock - wash your hands and enjoy your lunch hour.
1 o’clock - Art - nature art - See learning grid for this week. Create some art that reminds you of our school motto at the top of each of our website pages.
2 o’clock - Role play - continue to build your vehicle from last week. Put together a driver’s costume that would suit your vehicle and the setting you created, last week.
3 o’clock - golden mile - how many times can you run around the garden in ten minutes?
WELL DONE HOMELEARNERS AND HOMETEACHERS you have worked really hard this week. Year 2, your weekend homelearning challenge is to write down at least three pieces of equipment you could use to measure something, for instance flour, milk, your height. Year 1, I would like you to write down five 2-digit numbers and then put them in order from biggest to smallest, for instance 48, 15 and 99, repeat three times with different numbers. Record in your Maths homelearning book. If you have any questions, ask your grown up to email me on the office email address found on the school website. Keep safe, keep smiling and keep washing your hands.
Kite Class Teacher 🧐👩🏾🚀📏