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Home Learning - April

27th April - 1st May

Good morning,

I hope you are all well and staying safe. Here are some new activities for this week. The BBC have got lots of home learning activities which they are changing every week, you can see them all by clicking here. 

Literacy: Our new topic for this term is SPORTS. Can you design a poster about your favourite sport and write why it is your favourite? Make it using J2E or on paper and upload it so I can see. 

Maths: Look at the photos taken at the Beijing Olympics opening ceremony by clicking here. What shapes, colours and patterns can you see? Can you design your own opening ceremony picture using different shapes and patterns? 

Humanities: Read the information about The Olympics past and present and complete the Venn Diagram. I have shared the files with you on HWB. Log on to HWB and go to J2E then 'Shared Files' then 'Limeslade' and find the folder 'Home Learning 27th April - 1st May'

Science & Technology: Ask people in your family what their favourite sport is. Can you use J2E to make a graph? Which is the most popular sport?

Expressive Arts:

Here is a picture of the Olympic Rings. Can you create your own Olympic Rings using different materials you have at home? Upload a photo to J2E so I can see. 

Health & Wellbeing: Try some Go Noodle activities at home, you can practise warm ups that professional athletes do by clicking here.

 

20th - 24th April

Bore Da, Dosbarth Limeslade,

I hope you all had a nice Easter and are keeping well. 

Here are some new activities for this week!

Literacy: Every day at 11am, David Walliams is going to be reading part of his book 'World's Worst Children' on his website. You can listen by clicking here. You can also catch up with any you have missed here. Can you create a poster telling me all about one of the world's worst children? Save it on J2E so I can have a look. 

Maths: White Rose maths have published new work for this term. Use either Reception, Year 1 or Year 2. You can find videos and activities by clicking here. If you do not have a printer, you can look at the activities online and then write on paper or on J2E so I can see them!

Humanities: Learn about some different parts of the UK on BBC website by clicking here. 

Science & Technology: Can you complete one of the fun science experiments from Science Sparks? You can find them by clicking here. Can you write about what you did and take some photos? Save them on HWB using Office 365 or J2E. 

Expressive Arts: The RSPCA have produced some fun activities for you to do at home. Can you be an animal architect or build a hedgehog shack? Find all the resources by clicking here. 

Health & Wellbeing: Try the mindfulness activities from Mindful Monsters by clicking here.

Diolch,

Miss Rigby

 

30th March - 3rd April

Hello Dosbarth Limeslade,

I hope you are all well and looking forward to Easter.

Here are some new activities for you for this week, including some fun Easter activities. 

Literacy (Reading): You can now access RWI phonics books on Oxford Owl, you can find them by clicking here and then using the Oxford Owl log in that was sent home. 

Maths: Can you use your measuring skills to make some Mini Egg Rocky Road bites? Download the recipe below to make some Easter treats for you and your family. 

Humanities: Read the Easter story and find out about how people celebrate Easter using the PowerPoints below. People often send cards at Easter, can you make an Easter card for a member of your family? Maybe you could post it to someone you haven't seen for a while when you go for a walk. 

Science & Technology: Try out some science experiments about the weather. You can find some exciting experiments here. Take some pictures and save them to J2E so I can see them!

Expressive Arts: Look at the Easter craft activities below and choose one you would like to do. Or, can you make an Easter picture on J2E for me to see?

Health & Wellbeing: It is important that you stay active and keep your mind healthy. Try some yoga with Cosmic Kids by clicking here. They have yoga routines for lots of your favourite stories, including Harry Potter! You can also try some mindfulness and guided relaxation like we do in class. 

Hope you have a goodEaster break, I will add some more activities after Easter. 

 

 

Easter Recipe

How to make Mini Egg Rocky Road bites!

Easter Crafts

How to make an Easter Sock Rabbit.

Easter Crafts

Easter eggs outdoor craft activity.

Humanities

Easter Story PowerPoint.

Humanities

Why and how to people celebrate Easter?

Easter Activities

Easter activity booklet.

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