Please find details of the home learning opportunities for this week.
Parents and carers, we know these are difficult times. Your child's well - being is most important . Please do not feel that this is all to do, I wanted to give a selection of things for children to look at. With the exception of mathematics, through all the other subjects, they are practising their sentence structure, considering the style they need to write in and making appropriate subject specific vocabulary choices.
Please complete the VIPERS work on The Lighthouse. Remember the resources you can use to help you!
Year Three: If you have got to the end of the work book I added in Week One, please have a look at the work on TV Programmes. Can you complete the tables? Re-create them in your books. Perhaps you could write the missing answers in a different colour.
Year Four: Like Year Three, if you have completed the mathematics in the work book I added in Week One, have a look at the Maths I’ve added about four digit place value. It should be some helpful revision work for you!
It’s important we know how to keep our bodies healthy. Please find a nutrition diary to keep – again, if you are not able to print, please do not worry you can write it in to your book. The important thing is to understand there are different groups of foods, can you put the foods you eat into the correct groups using the information provided in the diary?
Thinking about sounds, how are sounds made? Can you complete the table on sounds – I wonder if you’ll hear any planes in the sky? Does sound travel? Answer the questions beneath the table and write down your own questions if you have any!
We have been looking at Sikhism since Christmas, but I wondered if you could look at the following World Religions passport. If you are not able to print out the passport, can you write the information straight into your book. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO DO THIS ALL IN ONE GO, you could take one religion every couple of days to look at.
Part of the Computing Primary curriculum for children is coding. I thought the children may find the following free websites an interesting way of developing their coding skills. It might help the reluctance from children that is understandable but difficult to overcome sometimes!
Please note, Swift Playgrounds is a free app to download to apple devices.