In this folder you will find sections that contain activities and tasks to keep you going this week. Some are for you and some are for your family. Choose any of the activities and have a go!
If you would like to share some of your activities then take a picture and send it to us using our email addresses.
Unfortunately, we will be unable to respond but all your photographs will be collected and put in a slide show. The pictures will be placed on this page on Friday morning.
So, have a go at some of the activities and share them with the class!
Have fun and stay safe.
Mr Swede and I would like to wish you all a very happy Easter. Have a lovely time with your families and don’t eat too many chocolate eggs! 😉
Look here next week for some Easter activities. 😀
Hello just a quick message to say you might of noticed on Monday I put a video up explaining how to do the maths. Evie in my class has taken this and ran with it by making a lovely science and nature video based on the birds in her back garden. I have placed it below by the photo gallery. If anyone else would like to make a video and send it in please do it will be lovely to see you again.
20/03/20 Lo: counting money
Today activity revolves round you counting money and showing amounts of money. On one sheet count how much money there is in the jar and write it below on the seconds show how much money is below by drawing coins in the jar. This work has 3 different levels so pick the one you feel comfortable with and then check your answers on the answer sheet provided.
Mr Swede :)
Although the schools have closed we still want the learning to continue. We will be updating Spellodrome every Monday as usual, TT rockstars will need to be used daily (this is so important) and reading books need to be read every day- either the book you have chosen from school or from your collection at home.
We expect at least 1000 points on Spellodrome but also that you use your ‘draft’ books to write spellings and use them in sentences- just like in our Guided Reading sessions.
Literacy and Numeracy activities will be posted each morning for you to complete. If you want to send pictures of completed work to us then that would be great, if not then that is fine, these activities are for you to complete independently- you need to do these to make sure you continue to progress and grow. Choose the correct level of challenge- our top tip would be to start at a level you are comfortable with then push yourself to the next level to increase the challenge.
We would really like you to keep a diary- in your draft book- to monitor what is happening and what you have done each day. This will create a really interesting read in the years to come.
Finally, if you need any help or have any questions then please email us:
Friday, March 20th
Bore da! I hope you are well.
Today I would like you to read the comprehension about fossils. We looked and talked about fossils in our first science topic in September. You choose the level that is best for you (remember to challenge yourself so please do not choose a level which is too easy). Read the text thoroughly and then answer the questions in your homeschooling book. Write the date and LO: to retrieve information and underline both.
Extension ~ research the different types of fossils and draw and label them in your book.
Also, write a short diary entry for what you did yesterday. Remember to write in the past tense and in the first person eg I.
Write the date before you start writing about your day.
Thursday, March 19th
Today I would like you to complete the exercise on confusing words. Complete all three sections. Then write some sentences of your own using different confusing words.
Below you will find some activities for you to do throughout the day.
Don't forget to:
Practice your 2, 3, 4, 5, 10 times tables
Spellodrome – will be changed every Monday/
Reading books – please read as many books as possible from home, noting progress in reading logs.
TT Rockstars - try to better your last score!
BBC Supermovers - great for learning your times tables and lots of other areas of learning.
HWB – please log on and explore some of the activities in the Just2easy section
and continue to practice some of the questions from our recent assessments.
Thank you for all your continued support! Please remember to email us with your work or with any concern/comments no matter how big or small.
Our email addresses are - firstname.lastname@example.org
Extra curricular work
www.bbc.co.uk › teach › supermovers great for learning times tables and getting the whole family on their feet.
www.ducksters.com Achild friendly site for children who would love to research different facts.
www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk for extra worksheets, colouring, literacy and math problems.