Today is World Environment Day. Research World Environment Day on the internet to learn all about it.
Create your own World Environment picture.
Discuss the image below with everyone in your family. What is the image trying to tell you?
I hope you like a banana split! Look at the picture below and write instructions on how to make one. Give the instructions to someone in your family to read and see if they can make the whole family some yummy banana splits. Enjoy!
From June 1st to June 7th is Garden Wildlife Week. Use your garden or an area locally to think of the wildlife that is living there. If you can, observe the wildlife -I have seen many more birds visiting my garden lately, especially robins!
Draw a picture or poster promoting Garden Wildlife week and remember you can tweet @Bryncethincl10.
Try this 5 times- what do you notice?
Think of a number under 100.
Multiply it by 9.
Take away double the number you started with.
Halve it four times.
Look at your answer.
Create your own rain picture. Use your imagination or look on the internet for art ideas. Have fun!
Think about your past summer childhood memories. Write about your most cherished summertime memory. Read this to members of your family.
Ask members of your family to tell you about their most cherished childhood summertime memory. Enjoy sharing these memories together.
Fitness/ wellbeing activity.
Enjoy workout card number 6.
Good morning everyone and welcome back after half term. I hope you all had a lovely half term and you all relaxed and enjoyed the lovely sunshine.
Maths activity- Find your name value.
Give each letter of the alphabet a number matching its position , like this:
A-1, B- 2, C- 3, …..Z-26.
Write down your full name. Add all the numbers matching the letters in your name to find your name value.
Try this with some family members' names.
Do any of your members of your family have the same name value as you?
Art activity- Capturing the sun.
As we have had so much sun over the last few weeks, I thought it would be nice to "capture the sun". Try drawing your own sun picture. Look at the images below to give you inspiration and you can use the internet. Enjoy being creative!
Bore da. Thank you everyone for another week of hard work! Well done.
Let's begin our day with another one of our exercise cards. Enjoy!
Can you solve the following anagrams?
Can you write some anagrams of your own for someone in your family to solve? Perhaps they could be words related to another subject- English, science, history etc.
Yesterday was a beautiful summer day.
Create your own summer time picture. Enjoy!
This week is Mental Awareness week and their theme is kindness. Click on the link below to see their kindness calendar. Can you create your own kindness calendar where you choose two acts of kindness for each day?
Here is an example of a simple poster with a simple positive message.
Can you create your own "hopes and dreams " poster?
Solve the problem Next door numbers.
Language activity- word association.
Choose a word and say it out loud and the next person says a word that they think of associated with that word e.g vinegar- salt- fish- smelly- socks etc Have fun playing this with your family.
Good morning. I hope you have all had a good weekend.
Can you work out the missing numbers? Remember to check your answers.
5 minute activity.
You could make this into a game as you can play this alongside members of your family and you could give a time for each clue e.g 20 secs. Someone can call out the clue and you can all write down your answers. When you have finished all the clues, share your answers and see who has the most answers as this person can be the winner. Have fun and enjoy!
Hope you have enjoyed all the activities this week and have a good weekend everyone.
Enjoy solving the Nicknames problem below.
I hope you have enjoyed all your yoga activities this week and you are now experts at all the yoga positions ! Remember to continue doing yoga whenever you fancy it.
Solve the maths activity below.
I hope you are enjoying our yoga week . Here are a few more positions for you to try. Enjoy!
Celebrate who you are by completing the similes about yourself. Remember you are special and unique!
Do this activity with other members of your family.
Here are some more yoga positions to master.
Let's begin with workout card number 4 and I hope you are enjoying these!
Maths activity- Maisie Mouse.
Solve the problem below.
Good morning everyone and hope you enjoyed the long weekend. Thank you everyone for all your enthusiasm for your learning each week and keep it up as we start another week of learning.
Let's get our brains going by playing this 5 minute activity with members of your family. Who will be the winner?
Practise all the yoga positions.. Which one is the easiest/ hardest to do? Which pose is your favourite?
Enjoy and by the end of the week, you will be experts at yoga !!
Language activity- VE day.
As we all know, tomorrow is VE day. On google classroom we have been carrying out activities related to VE day.
Today, write a recipe for celebrating VE day. What ingredients would you need?
Creative activity- quick draw activity.
Set a 1 minute timer on your phone. Draw a quick doodle / drawing and see if the person who is watching you draw can guess what your drawing is before the 1 minute is up. Take it in turns and have fun.
Remember there will be no activities posted on here tomorrow as it is a Bank holiday to celebrate VE day so enjoy the long weekend. Enjoy celebrating VE day tomorrow!
Wellbeing/ language activity - create a family kindness jar.
Find an old jar. (you could wash one out that you have used from cooking)
Every time someone in your family does something kind, write it down on a piece of paper and fold it up and put it in the jar. When the jar is full, read together all the acts of kindness you have done and you all deserve a special treat you can decide on together.
Wellbeing treats- self- care activities.
It's important to take care of yourself and of each other. There are nice treats on the list- I know there are about 4 activities that you cannot do from this list at the moment but there are plenty of other activities that you can choose from for yourself and your family.
Let's begin the day with some exercises. Enjoy!
With members of your family, think about the question -
Who might move in this way?
march, stamp, crawl, slither, dawdle, skip, hop, stagger,
leap, waddle, stumble, stride, clamber, shuffle, hop, dance,
strut, hop, scurry, slide, race, gallop, flutter, creep, stomp,
prance, amble, dodge, scamper and wander.
I hope you come up with an answer for each one. You can write some sentences with your ideas so be as imaginative as you can. Enjoy!
Bore da pawb. I hope you have all had a good weekend.
Can you solve the puzzle time below?
Have a go making some up of your own.
Have a game of charades with members of your family. Enjoy!
Today is Pyjamarama festival day. Log on to booktrust.org.uk to take part in whatever activities you like and tweet your photos @BryncethinCl10@booktrust and #pyjamas. Enjoy!
Have a great weekend.
Can you remember your favourite bedtime story as a young child? Chat to your mum/ dad about it as I am sure it will bring back happy memories. Draw the front cover of your favourite bedtime story as a child and write a short blurb to go with it as most books contain a short blurb on the back cover so that it gives the reader an idea of what the book is all about. Share your work on twitter @BryncethinCl10.
Book Scavenger Hunt.
Have a look on your bookshelf or just have a think about these- can you find or name...…
Ask someone in your family the questions above and enjoy chatting about books.
Bore da. Here's your daily exercises for you to enjoy (remember you can do them in your pyjamas if you fancy it). Enjoy!
Write a short funny poem about spending the day in your pyjamas.
Today is definitely a day for snuggling down with a good book to read. Create a word search with key words from the book you are reading at the moment for someone in your family to solve.
Let's get creative about pyjamas- design your own pyjamas. Draw a top and bottoms and then carry out your design. Remember to think of the front and back of your pyjama top as you can draw two. Think of your theme for your design and be as creative as you can . You can tweet your pyjama designs @BryncethinCl10.
Good morning class 10. I hope you all enjoyed the weekend.
This week we are going to be celebrating stories and reading together as part of the Booktrust Pyjamarama Day celebrated on May 1st. On Friday we will be taking part in a whole school celebration day where families can all join in a festival of story.
Activity: Today's activity is to design an invitation for someone at home to come and join you for the celebration day on Friday.
Keep fit activity.
Try and remember all the warm up activities we used to do in school- lunges, star jumps, variety of stretches, press ups, sit ups etc. Carry out your own keep fit session, showing other members of your family what to do. Enjoy!
Another lovely day so enjoy the exercises below. Have fun!
Language- A-Z game.
Choose any of the following categories and with members of your household, carry out an A to Z verbally or you can write them down.
Categories can be girls names, boys names, shops, brand names, models of car, fruit, vegetables, food and I am sure you can think of some of your own. I love playing this and you can do this while enjoying the sunshine too! Enjoy!
Have fun making the largest number you can with the digits.
Create your own hopes and dreams poster.
Solve the balloon puzzle.
Have a go of making one up of your own for someone in your house to solve.
Boy, girl etc game.
Play the classic game "boy, girl, place, fruit/veg or food, flower, animal" with members of your household. Ask someone to say the alphabet silently in their head and the other person says stop and whichever letter you stop on , you name something on paper related to the headings above. When you have finished, each person calls out their answers and reward a score of 10 if no one has the same answer as you and a score of 5 if someone has the same. Add up each scores for each letter you do and at the end, add all your scores to see who is the winner. I love this game so I hope you enjoy! Happy playing!
Solve the problems. Can you make up 6 of your own for someone in your house to solve?
Solve the grid.
Can you make up 4 of your own for someone in your house to solve? Remember you can use addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
Art/ maths activity.
Find out about parallel lines, perpendicular lines, right angles, obtuse angles, acute angles, reflex angles etc.
Can you create and draw one of your own? Enjoy!
Bore da . Good morning class 10 and welcome back after your Easter break which I hope you all enjoyed.
We have been thinking of you and we hope you are all keeping safe and well . We hope you have been enjoying the warm Spring weather.
Let's start back with some Spring activities.
Don't forget to use google classroom daily too!
Solve the Spring riddles below. Can you make up a Spring riddle of your own?
Choose a spring flower to draw- if you have any in your garden, carry out an observational drawing of a flower/s. If not use the internet to help with images of spring flowers or use your imagination to draw your own. Enjoy! You can show your drawings on twitter @ bryncethinprimarycl10.
Good morning class 10.
I hope you have enjoyed all the activities during the last two weeks. Thank you for all your hard work, both pupils and parents for participating in all the learning on google classroom and on the school website. It is now time for the Easter holidays so there will be no new activities posted on the school website until Monday April 20th.
Have a lovely Easter and relax and enjoy spending time with your families.
Take care and stay safe!
Mrs Penny & Mrs Evans.
Language activity- Easter recipes.
Have a look at Easter recipes online. Look at how they follow a set format with a list of ingredients, followed by step by step instructions. Write your own recipe using different sentence starters.
Make your own Easter cupcakes. A nice idea is just making chocolate cornflake cakes or rice crispie cakes, decorated with mini eggs on the top. Enjoy baking!
Easter art activity.
Have fun carrying out a variety of Easter art activities. There are some ideas below but just use your imagination and enjoy! Happy making everyone!
Maths activities- Easter coordinates and Easter multiplication problems.
Read the coordinates to work out the riddle and then have a go at solving the multiplication problems.
Art/ RE activity.
Research what Lent is. Create your own Easter egg of "Lent is for Loving"
Language activity- Easter egg hunt.
Read the clues below. You can use them for your own Easter egg hunt.
Write clues of your own, ready for your Easter egg hunt. Can you make them rhyme?
Easter art activity
Can you make your own Easter egg wreath? (I remember how hard you all worked on your daffodil wreaths for St David's Day)
I hope you enjoy making this one!
Remember to show them on Twitter @Bryncethincl10
Language activity- Easter tongue twisters.
Can you make up 5 Easter tongue twisters of your own?
Easter art activity.
Can you create your own art activity like this? Enjoy!
Remember to show your pictures on twitter @Bryncethincl10.
Hope you have all had a good weekend. This week, I will be putting on Easter activities for you to enjoy.
Language activity- Easter Crossword.
Solve the crossword verbally with members of your family.
Have a go at creating your own Easter crossword.
Easter art activity.
Can you create art work like this? Experiment with different colours and patterns. Show us your art work on Twitter, on our class page @bryncethincl10 for us all to see.
Information regarding activities that can be completed at home.
We are looking at ways of providing work for children who may not be at school at this time. In our most recent letter we informed you that we were working on providing distant learning and staff are continuing to work hard to provide this facility if the school is directed to close.
Here are links to suggested resources that may be of use at this time:
Reading – www.oxfordowl.co.uk
Maths – www.topmarks.co.uk
If your child logs into their Hwb account (https://hwb.gov.wales/) they are able to access Just2Easy resources such as j2Blast.
Language activity: How many different words can you make from the letters in the sentence below?
"Learning from home is fun".
Grab a pen and paper and make a list.
Get Sketching: Find a photograph or picture of a person, place or object and sketch it.
Maths activity: Mystery Numbers.
Solve the following:
1. A mystery number is a multiple of 11. It is also a multiple of 6. It is less than 200. It is divisible by 9. What is the number?
2. A mystery number is a common multiple of 5, 6 and 8. It is greater than 100 and its digit total is 3. What is the number?
Can you write your own Mystery Number problem?
Drawing activity: Draw a view. Look out of your window and draw what you see.
Language activity: Think of as many interesting titles as you can for this image? Ask other members of your household to do the same . Vote for the most imaginative title.
Physical activity: Carry out the exercises to your full name. Try other names of people in your household. Enjoy!
Maths activity: Palindromic Numbers.
Choose any numbers e.g 126.
Reverse the numbers 621
And add together 126+621= 747
747 is the same backwards and forwards.
Try again with another number- e.g 163
Reverse the number 361
And add together 163+361=524.
524 is not the same backwards as forwards so reverse the number again and add together e.g 524+425= 949 (949 is the same backwards and forwards)
Have fun, trying some numbers on your own.
Drawing activity; Draw an illustration from a book you are reading- it can be a drawing of a setting or a character.
Language activity- write an acrostic poem using the letters of your name. Try writing acrostic poems for everyone in your household.
Creative activity- make a rainbow to display in your window to support the NHS.