Dear Kite class, here are some suggestions for your homelearning today. I am really missing not seeing you. Remember learning must be fun as you challenge yourself today and every day.
9 o’clock - Maths - please see video clips and activity sheets for Year 1 and then Year 2 on the BBC Bitesize and White Rose websites on the page with the stars for this week or you can access the same maths through BBC Bitesize by pressing the red button on your TV. If you need more to do you can always go to Timestable Rockstars where I have changed your challenges and use the maths table I gave out at parents evening. This should help you out. Write your work in your maths home-learning book. If you would like to to try some different maths games you could try the IXL website, the link is on the star page. You can earn certificates from this website, just like our reading certificates.
10 o’clock - have a break. Make sure you wash your hands and eat a piece of fruit.
10:30 - English - Mrs Earley’s group to read the book Danny and the Bump-a-lump then hold TWO sentences as outlined below. Write your sentences in your red spelling book. Year 2 to read Looking after a hamster again - the books are on the learning grid spiral button and your English challenge today is to hold TWO sentences using the videos below. Write in your red spelling book using the lines to keep your writing very neat! Use a DUMTUM which is date, underline, miss a line, title, underline, miss a line. Make sure you write the long date and the title is ‘Hold A Sentence’, just like my white board on the videos. Can you make your work neater than last week! If any of you need more work, remember to read a book from your folder, our virtual reading corner or choose one from your book shelf and ask your grown up to record this in your reading record. Don't forget to practise your new spellings too, maybe do the first column.
12 o’clock - wash your hands and enjoy your lunch hour
1 o’clock - Science - Look at the learning grid. Year 1 will be looking at where mini beasts live and Year 2 will be learning about what a healthy plate of food looks like.
2 o’clock - Music - this term’s focus is practising songs. The song words, music and a guiding video website is on the learning grid. I found a lovely song called ‘Baby Beluga’ in line with our science topic about animals.
3 o’clock - golden mile - how many times can you run around the garden in ten minutes? Mrs Bennett is still persevering with the Couch to 25k app and is now running for sixty minutes! Make sure you drink lots and wash your hands with soap throughout the day to keep yourself safe. You can stick with the golden mile for now. They also have other activities on The Golden Mile website.
I hope you had as much fun doing your home-learning as I had in planning it? If you have any questions, ask your grown up to email me on the office email address found on the school website. Keep sending your emails and photos. Keep smiling and stay safe.
Kite Class Teacher 🕸🍛🐳