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Friday 5th June

Activity 1: Yesterday we thought about how to stay safe in the sun, today make a poster showing how you can stay safe! You could include things like, wear a sun hat, drink lots of water and wear sun cream.

Activity 2: If you go for a walk today, have a look for any symmetry you can see around you! You could also have a look in your garden. Tweet us pictures of any you find!

Activity 3: Sut mae’r tywydd heddiw? Answer the question using the sentences below. You could also draw pictures of the weather if you like.

 

 

Have a great Friday, tweet us @BryncethinPS3 smiley

Thursday 4th June

Activity 1: Today let’s try and make a symmetrical painting. You will need a piece of paper and some paint for this. Here are the instructions:

  1. First fold your piece of paper in half, and then open it back up.
  2. Now you can start to paint - but only paint one half of your painting and only on one side!
  3. Once you have done that, fold your paper back in half and press it together.
  4. Finally you can open it up and you should have a symmetrical painting!

Activity 2: Although the weather has changed now, it was very sunny last week. It's very important to stay safe in the sun! Have a go at reading the information below about how to stay safe in the sun, you can ask a family member to help you read some of the tricky words.

Activity 3: Once you have read the information, imagine you were going to the beach for the day. What would you pack in your bag to make sure you would stay safe in the sun?

Tweet us your paintings and what you would take to the beach! Have a great day.smiley

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Wednesday 3rd June

Activity 1: The weather has changed a lot overnight so, over the next few days we are going to think about the different types of weather we have! What’s the weather like today? Write some sentences to describe it. Here are some words you might like to use:

hot  yellow  bright  grey  rainy  stormy  cool  warm  cloudy  windy

Activity 2: Can you spot the symmetrical pictures below? Draw or make a list of the symmetrical pictures.

 

 

Activity 3: Have a go at this 60 second squat challenge!

 

Tuesday 2nd June

Activity 1: Can you draw a symmetrical picture? Make sure you have the same things on both sides! You could ask a grown up to draw a line down the middle of your page to help you.

Activity 2: Take part in Joe Wicks' PE lesson or have a go at a Cosmic Kids Yoga video.

Activity 3: Practice spelling these words today:

was  on  she  is  for  to  in  he  be  what

Choose one (or more) of the activities below to help you practice!

Have a great day and tweet us @BryncethinPS3

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Monday 1st June

Bore da! I hope you all had a great half term and enjoyed the sunshine. Here are today's activities:

Activity 1: What did you do over half term? Write about each of the things you did.

Activity 2: Have a look at the examples of symmetry below and talk to a family member about what symmetry means. Can you find any symmetry around your house? Take a picture or draw the symmetry you find and tweet us it.

 

 

Activity 3: We are all missing family members and friends at the moment. Make a card for someone you miss – you could tell them what you have been doing or write a message about what you would like to do when you see them again!

Friday 22nd May

Bore da, well done for your great work this half term Class 3! Here are our activities for today:

Activity 1: This picture contains ‘x’ words. First read the words and find them in the picture. Once you’ve done that, put the words into sentences.

 

Activity 2: This week we've been practising our Big Maths and trying to beat our scores/times! Was there any sums your found really tricky? Practice those today. If you could do them all, now try and do them without using anything to help you!

Activity 3: We are using computers a lot more than we usually would at the moment so today let's think about how we can be safe when using them. Chose one or more of the activities below to complete.

As next week is half term, we will be back on Monday 1st June with some new activities. Have a great week everyone!

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Grown ups - as we are looking at safety today, here are some helpful links with information on Minecraft, Fortnite, TikTok, safety and privacy when using the internet.

Thursday 21st May

Activity 1: We are going to practice our spelling, you can either use ‘Rainbow Words’ (using a different colour for each word/letter) or ‘Read It, Make It, Write It’. Today practice these words:

was

on

she

is

for

Activity 2: Can you find one more and one less than these numbers?

10   15   20   25   30

Activity 3: Today we are going to make a marble run! Have a look at the instructions below.

Have a great day and tweet us!

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Wednesday 20th May

Bore da, I hope you have a lovely day in the sunshine! Here are your activities for today.

Activity 1: This picture contains ‘v’ words. First read the words and find them in the picture. Once you’ve done that, put the words into sentences.

 

Activity 2: Let's try and beat our Big Maths score or time from Monday!

 

Activity 3: Have a go at Joe Wicks' PE lesson or a Cosmic Kids Yoga video (both are on Youtube).

 

Enjoy your day and tweet us some picture @BryncethinPS3 smiley

Tuesday 19th May

Here are today's activities:

Activity 1: We are going to practice our spelling, you can either use ‘Rainbow Words’ (using a different colour for each word/letter) or ‘Read It, Make It, Write It’. Today practice these words:

to

in

he

be

was

Activity 2: Practice your counting by playing a board game with family members. If you don’t have any, you could make your own version! Snakes and Ladders would be a good one to make.

Activity 3: Have a go at the new balancing challenge below!

Have a great day and tweet us your activities!

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Monday 18th May

Bore da, I hope you all had a lovely weekend! Here are today's activities.

Activity 1: Choose 5 of the j and w words you found on Friday (I’ve put them below aswell) and put each word into a sentence. Write your sentences down.

jam – jumper – jelly - jug

watch – wand – web - windmill

Activity 2: This week we are going to try to beat our Big Maths scores. Find it below, have go at it today and make a note of your score. You could also get a grown up to time you like we do in school!

Activity 3: Today we are going to work on our computer skills! Go on this website to complete them:

Level 1: https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/modules/ey_computer_driving/index.html

Level 2: https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/modules/t1_computer_driving/index.html

Have a great day and don't forget to tweet us!

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Friday 15th May

Activity 1: Have a go at these doubling sums:

6 + 6 =

7 + 7 =

8 + 8 =

9 + 9 =

Activity 2: Can you find words beginning with j, v, w, y, and z in the I spy picture below? Make a list of the words you find!

Activity 3: Have a go at the Actif Challenge card below. Maybe your family members could join in the exercises with you!

Don't forget to tweet us your activities, we love to see what you've been doing. Have a fantastic day and a lovely weekend!

 

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Thursday 14th May

Activity 1: There are lots of rhyming words in Show and Tell, can you match the rhyming words below?

1. fun - _____

2. bunch - _____

3. stamp - _____

4. soon - ____

lamp    moon    lunch    sun

Activity 2: Zorg the Space Explorer comes and takes all of the children's show and tell items in the story, can you build your own Zorg? You could use Lego, craft materials, or items from your recycling box (like bottles or boxes).

Activity 3: Have a look at the pictogram below, can you answer the questions?

Have a great day, tweet us your activities!

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Wednesday 13th May

Activity 1: If you could take anything in the world in for show and tell, what would you take? Describe what it is and why you would take it in to a family member and then complete these sentences:

1. I would take… because…

2. My favourite part about it is…

3. It has… (you can describe your object here).

Activity 2: Choose 10 items from around your house that you might like to show and tell, put them in size order. If you have blocks or Lego you could measure them.

Activity 3: Rob Biddulph (the author of Show and Tell) has lots of exciting drawing tutorials on his website http://www.robbiddulph.com/draw-with-rob . Choose one and have a go at following his instructions!

Tweet us your drawings and show and tell items @BryncethinPS3

Tuesday 12th May

Activity 1: We love show and tell in Class 3, so this week we are going to listen to the story ‘Show and Tell’ by Rob Biddulph. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4KnfCoJPXDI ) Once you have listened to it, draw your favourite show and tell item from the story and write 4 sentences about what it is and why it is your favourite. 

Activity 2: There are lots of show and tell items in the story, can you count how many there are?

Activity 3: Have a go at the balancing challenges below.

Have a great day, tweet us pictures of your activities!

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Monday 11th May

Bore da, I hope you all had a great weekend enjoying the sunshine!

Activity 1: Have a go at these taking away sums. Use blocks or counters if you need to.

5 – 3 =

7 – 5 =

10 – 6 =

12 – 3 =

15 – 5 =

Activity 2: Choose a window in your house and think about what you can see from it, or think about what you can see around you when you go for your daily walk. Draw a picture of either the view from your window, or what you saw on your walk.

Activity 3: Have a go at the sound hunt below.

Have a great day and tweet us your activities @BryncethinPS3

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Thursday 7th May

Activity 1: We’ve learnt a lot about The Paper Dolls over the last two weeks. See if you can answer these questions about the story – maybe a grown up or older brother or sister could ask them and you could answer.

  1. How many paper dolls does the little girl make and what does she name them?

  2. Who is the first creature they meet and what does he do?

  3. What animals did the paper dolls meet at the farm?

  4. What do the paper dolls find in the little girl’s memory?

  5. Which is your favourite part of the story?

Activity 2: Try these adding sums.

3 + 6 =

5 + 2 =

6 + 2 =

9 + 2 =

Activity 3: Have a go at the exercises below! 

As tomorrow is VE Day there will be no work set. Have a lovely long weekend and we'll be back on Monday with some more activities! 

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Wednesday 6th May

Activity 1:

Can you write instructions on how to make paper dolls – here are some sentence starters for you:

  1. First you need…
  2. Next you fold…
  3. Then you draw…
  4. After that, use scissors to…
  5. Last you decorate...

Activity 2: Can you fill in these missing numbers when counting in 2s and 10s?

2 4 _ 8 __ 12 14 __ 18 20

10 20 __ 40 __ 60 70 __ 90 ___

Activity 3: The girl in The Paper Dolls has lots of memories of making her paper dolls with her mum and the adventures she had with them. We are going through a very strange time at the moment and I’m sure you are making lots of lovely memories with the people in your house. Can you make a memory box or time capsule of some of the things you’ve done or made during this time to look back on when you’re older?

Have a great day and enjoy the sunshine!

Tuesday 5th May

Activity 1: Read one of your reading books or another book of your choice to a family member. You could have a go at reading 'The Paper Dolls' if you put the video on silent!

Activity 2: What shapes can you find around your house? Can you describe them to a family member – think about what they are called, how many sides they have, do they have curved or straight edges, how many corners does the shape have? Can you make a picture or a paper doll using only those shapes? Have a look on twitter this afternoon to see my picture!

Activity 3: We've been working on our balancing in PE so have a go at the activity challenge cards below!

Tweet us your activities and have a great day!

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Monday 4th May

Bore da, I hope you had a lovely weekend! We are going to keep looking at The Paper Dolls this week, you can listen to the story here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oKRBraOwABU

Activity 1: What sounds make up the title ‘The Paper Dolls’? Can you tell a family member what sounds  are there? Try to think of other words with some of the sounds in.

Activity 2: Can you fill in the missing numbers?

12 13 __ 15    20 __ 22 23    31 32 __ 34    44 45 46 __

Activity 3: The girl’s feelings change a lot throughout ‘Paper Dolls’, have a think about these questions and answer them with a family member:

How do you think she would be feeling at the beginning when she is making the dolls with her mum?

What about when she goes on her adventures with the dolls?

When the boy cuts the dolls, would her feelings change?

What could you do to make her feel better? 

 

Friday 1st May

Bore da, today is Pyjamarama day! Time to spend the day in your pyjamas reading your favourite stories!

Activity 1: Build a reading den in your house or garden (if it's dry), then choose your favourite stories to read in there!

Activity 2: On a Friday, we would usually have a go at our Big Maths. I've left one below for you to try.

Don't forget to check out the Pyjamarama website ( booktrust.org.uk/pyjamrama-festival ) as there will be lots of activities and stories posted today for you to try!

Tweet us your dens and any other activities you complete @BryncethinPS3 smiley

Big Maths

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Thursday 30th April

Activity 1: Can you write a story about where you would take your paper dolls? You could use one of the adventures from Wednesday and your characters from yesterday, or choose completely new ones! Ask a family member to help you with your sentences.

Activity 2: Can you add up these doubling amounts?

4p + 4p = __   5p + 5p = __   6p + 6p = __   7p + 7p = __   8p + 8p = __   9p + 9p = __ 

You could use lego, counters or blocks to help you.

Activity 3: Choose your favourite story, can you make a new front cover and a bookmark for it? Tweet them to us when you're done!

Have a great day!

Wednesday 29th April

Activity 1: Choose one of the adventures you drew yesterday (or make up a new one) and have a think what characters you would meet on that adventure! If you went to space, what aliens would you meet? If you went on safari, what animals would you meet? What about if you went to the castle, would you meet a princess or maybe a fiery dragon? They could even be characters from your favourite books! Draw the characters and name them - you could also describe them to a family member.

Activity 2: Using 1p, 2p, 5p and 10p coins (if you don't have the coins at home, cut out some circles and write the numbers on them), see if you can make these amounts:

3p  6p  8p  11p  15p

Activity 3: Make an invitation for our Pyjamara event at your house on Friday! You could invite a family member in your house to come and read with you. Remember to put on the date, place, who it's for, and what to wear.

Have a great day, tweet us your activities @BryncethinPS3

Tuesday 28th April

Activity 1: Now that we've read The Paper Dolls and made our own, we are going to think about what adventures we would take our paper dolls on! Where would you take yours? Draw pictures of 6 places you would take yours and write a sentence underneath each picture!

Activity 2: Can you make your own book shop? You could make price tags for the items in your shop and family members could visit your shop! You can practice adding up what they want to buy and maybe even give them change.

Activity 3: Remember to keep active - have a go at Joe Wicks' PE lesson or a Cosmic Kids yoga video on YouTube.

Have a good day and don't forget to tweet us @BryncethinPS3 smiley

Monday 27th April

Bore da, I hope you all had lovely weekend in the sunshine! This week we are going to be celebrating stories, and will have a whole school celebration day on Friday. Families will be able to join in a festival of story with fun activities to do at home! To help us do this, Class 3 will be looking at the story 'Paper Dolls' by Julia Donaldson. You can listen to the story by following this link - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oKRBraOwABU .

Activity 1: Listen to Paper Dolls with a member of your family, you can pause the video and have a go at reading it yourself. Once you have done that, have a go at the activity below where you will be looking at the front and back cover of the story.

Activity 2: Can you make your own paper dolls? Here are some instructions:

You will need:

      - A grown up to help you.

-Paper
-Scissors
-Pencil
-Colouring pencils or pens
First fold your paper in half, and then fold it in half again the same way.
Next draw the outline of your doll of the one fold of the paper – make sure your arms over lap the edges of the paper.
Then cut your doll out. Be careful not to cut the folded parts.
Now unfold your dolls – you should have a chain of dolls!
Lastly, colour or decorate them however you would like.

Activity 3:

Russ has heard that we are making paper dolls and has a problem for us to solve! Have a look below and see if you can help her!

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A message from all the staff at Bryncethin Primary School

Still image for this video

Friday 24th April

Activity 1: Can you put the 'y' words from yesterday into sentences? Write a sentence for each of the words!

Activity 2: Help a family member with their cooking today and have a look for any numbers you can see on the food packets. Read the numbers out to the family members and talk about what they mean – are they for time, the amount of ingredients, a use by date or maybe something else. Try and put the numbers in order.

Activity 3: Today we are going to make our 3 little pig house! Maybe your mum or dad, or brother or sister could also make one and then you could test which is the strongest! Have a look at some examples below. After you have made your house, you could also write some instructions on how to make one!

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Thursday 23rd April

Activity 1: Today we are going to practise thinking of and writing words beginning with 'y'. Have a look at the pictures and information below to see what you need to do!

Activity 2: Make your own number line – how far can you go? You could make a bunting number line or use your handprints, have a look on twitter @BryncethinPS3 for some ideas! Maybe you could display it somewhere in your house once you’ve finished.

Activity 3: Now we know what happens to the 3 little pigs, have a think what you would make your house out of if you were one of the 3 little pigs! Go on a material hunt around your house and find somethings to use as tomorrow we will be making our own house. Maybe your mum or dad, or a brother or sister could help you gather materials.

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Wednesday 22nd April

Activity 1: Yesterday you found some words beginning with 'g'. Today try and put these words into sentences.

Activity 2: Can you make up your own exercises like Joe Wicks? Make a list of how many of each exercise you are going to do. For example, you might have 10 star jumps, 20 frog hops, 5 sit ups and 15 twists in yours. Have a look at the poster below to give you some more ideas! Teach your routine to a member of your family.

Activity 3: This week we are going to do a project on the 3 little pigs. Do you remember the story of the 3 little pigs? Draw some pictures to show what happens during the story (ask a grown up to tell you the story if you can’t remember it).

Enjoy the sunshine and tweet us @BryncethinPS3

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Tuesday 21st April

Activity 1: Today we are going to practise thinking of and writing words beginning with 'g'. Have a look at the pictures and information below to see what you need to do!

Activity 2: We are getting pretty good at counting in 10s so let's keep practising! Today you can recite them to a member of your family - you can then write them using coloring pencils, felt pens, chalk outside or you could even paint them.

Activity 3: Remember it's important to stay healthy so today have a go at Joe Wicks' PE lesson on YouTube.

Have fun and don't forget to tweet us your activities!

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Monday 20th April

Bore da, I hope you all had a lovely break! Here are our activities for today:

Activity 1: This week we will be practising our handwriting by writing this sentence, 'I played with the dog.' Think carefully about where the 'y' and 'g' should be sitting on the line and have a go at writing it yourself!

Activity 2: We love watching this video in school to remind us of our numbers, watch now to refresh your memory before we do some counting! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGetqbqDVaA

Can you count on from these numbers - try to count on to 100!

91

32

44

76

53

Activity 3:

We usually love to hear what you have been doing during the holidays when you come back to school so today draw a picture of your favourite thing you did over the holidays and write a sentence about it. You can then tweet them to as @BryncethinPS3 so that we can have a look!

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If you would like to have a go, here are some more activities to keep you busy during the holidays!

Bore da! Here are our activities for today:

Activity 1: Update the diary you made last week, you could write about what activities you've been doing this week, what you've learnt and maybe add some pictures.

Activity 2: Have a go at the fact families activity below - make sure to watch the youtube video first!

Activity 3: I know how much you love doing yoga in class so have a go at either the Moana yoga https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5y3gCrL_XIM or the Pokémon yoga https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbCjkPlsaes .

 

We would like to say a big thank you to parents and children for working so hard over the last 2 weeks to ensure learning continues at home! We will not be uploading activities over the Easter holidays as it is a time for you to rest, however we will be back on Monday 20th April.

 

Have a great holiday and thank you again,

Miss Grinnell and Mrs Bailey

Fact Families Activity

Fact Families Activity 1

If you would like to stay active over the Easter holidays, please take a look at this document.

Thursday 2nd April

Activity 1: Can you think of words with 'sh' in? Once you've thought of 5 words, put them into sentences.

Activity 2: Using your 100 square you made last week, can you find the odd and even numbers?

You could colour the odd numbers in blue and the even numbers in red!

Activity 3: Now that you've designed your own Easter egg, its time to make an Easter card. Here are some ideas:

 

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Wednesday 1st April

Activity 1: After reading the Easter story yesterday, can you draw each part of the story? You can set it out like the picture below and add a sentence for each picture!

Activity 2: How many ways can you make 10? Make sure to write the sums down, such as 3+7=10. To make it a bit trickier, you could also try and make 15.

Activity 3: Can you design your own Easter egg?

Tweet us your designs @BryncethinPS3! Have a lovely daysmiley 

Easter Story

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Tuesday 31st March

Activity 1: Today we are going to listen to the story of Easter https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/book/item901272/gradef/module899227/index.html

You could then retell the story to your Mum or Dad,  or a brother or sister!

Activity 2: Here are some number lines, can you fill in the missing numbers:

44 45 __ 47

22 23 __ 25

61 __ 63 64

75 76 77 __

Activity 3: Have a go at Joe Wicks' PE lesson! You can find them on Youtube by searching 'The Body Coach'.

Once you've finished, tweet us picture of your activities @BryncethinPS3 smiley

Monday 30th March

Bore da, hope you all had a good weekend!

Activity 1: Today we are going to practice our spelling using rainbow words. Write each word 5 times using a different colour each time you write it. Then cover the words over and try and write them without any help! Here are the words:

1. the

2. am

3. and

4. be

5. of

Activity 2: We are going to have a look at splitting up 2 digit numbers in to tens and units so have a go at the sheet below! Make sure to watch the video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqasY-BAeEYfirst and then have a gosmiley

Activity 3: As it is Easter soon, this week we will be learning all about the celebration. Follow this link https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/book/item901753/grade1/module1028174/index.html and read the information about Easter with a grown up. Now make a poster showing the different things that happen at Easter!

 

Remember to tweet us @BryncethinPS3 to show us what you have been doing!

Activity 2 Sheet

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Friday 27th March

Activity 1: Go on a number hunt around your house - what numbers can you find? Once you have found ten numbers, put them in order from smallest to largest! You can use your 100 square to help yousmiley

Activity 2: At the moment lots of us aren't able to see our family members or friends, today make a postcard to give to one of those people. You could decorate one side with a picture and then write a message on the other side!

Activity 3: It's important to think about what makes us happy. So today you can draw pictures of people or things that make you happy. Try to label them once you have finished!

Enjoy your activities and don't forget to tweet us @BryncethinPS3 so we can see what you've been doing!

Thursday 26th March

Activity 1: You will need the 100 square we made on Tuesday for this activity - close your eyes and choose a number on the 100 square.

Write this number down and then write the next 10 numbers that come after this (try to do this without using your 100 square).

For example, if you picked 56, you would then write 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66.

Repeat this for 10 different numbers.

*To make this a bit trickier, you could also count backwards from the number!*

Activity 2: On Tuesday, you had to think of words with 'ch' in. Today we are going to use those words to make some sentences. Try to make 5 sentences with a 'ch' word in.

Activity 3: Watch the video 'Tedi Twt ar y Fferm' on Youtube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c4rDq1r9PTc). Once you have watched the story, try to retell it yourself. You could use animal figures, drawings of the animals or make the animals with lego. Ask Mum, Dad or a brother or sister to film you retelling the story and tweet it to @BryncethinPS3 so that we can see!

Enjoy!

 

Wednesday 25th March

Activity 1: Can you count in 10s to 100? Make sure to write these down so you can practice those 2 digit numbers:)

Activity 2: Update the diary you made on Monday, what have you been doing in the last couple of days? What have you learnt? Have you built or made something?

Activity 3: Now that Spring is arriving, we are going to use our senses to see how things have changed! Whilst you are out for your walk, or you can just go into your garden, have a think about what is around you and complete these sentences:

I can see...

I can hear...

I can smell...

I can feel...

I can taste...

You could then tweet our class page to let me know some of the things you found!

Have fun!

Tuesday 24th March

Activity 1: Create your own 100 square just like in the picture below! Think carefully about those 2digit numbers and make sure you have the numbers the right way round:)

Activity 2: Go to www.discoveryeducation.co.uk and login using the information in your home packs (to login, click on the drop down menu on the top right hand side and click on espresso). Once you have done this, search 'Scrap's Phonics' and click on the first entry. Scroll down to the 'ch' sound, click on it and watch the video. Once you have watched the video, make a list of words you can think of with 'ch' in.

Activity 3: Today would usually be our PE day so instead take part in Joe Wicks' live PE lessons on www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1

100 Square Example

100 Square Example 1

Monday 23rd March

Activity 1: Can you count in 5s up to 50?

Activity 2: Make your own home diary - today you could decorate the front page of your diary and write your first entry.

Activity 3: Using the pictures below, draw a picture of a classroom from the past. Think about what equipment they would use and what the children's uniform would look like.

 

 

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Class 3 Home Tasks

 

As well as the home learning packs sent home, we will also be adding home tasks onto this page and NOT on Hwb. Please check this page regularly to view any tasks.

 

Useful Websites:

www.topmarks.co.uk

www.oxfordowl.co.uk

www.discoveryeducation.co.uk (use the login provided in the home packs)


Thanks,

Miss Grinnell and Mrs Bailey

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