Monday 13th July
Good Morning Class 3,
I hope you have had a lovely weekend and enjoyed another week of home learning last week. We are here! Just one more week left until the summer holidays. You have all been brilliant and have coped excellently during these strange times. I'm proud of every single one of you!
Firstly, our Work of the Week certificate this week is awarded to.... ALL OF YOU! For continuing to be brave, resilient and do some fantastic work during the school closure.
Well done to our Club Readers of the week: Max, Hugo, Rose C, Jake, Finn and Tom.
For your Home learning this week, please keep going with your Maths and Literacy work if you can, and any of the activities that were posted up last week. In addition please complete the transition booklet (Either Year 2 to Year 3 or Year 3 to Year 4) and a MY PROFILE (of your choice) which is in the Class Pages section under the star which says 'Transition to your new class'. It's really important that you have a go at these activities and email to either myself or Mrs Swain (or both) by Friday 18th July, so Mrs Swain can get to know you more!
Mrs Swain has made a video for you to tell you about some of the new routines that will be in place in September. Please watch this with a grown up! This can be found in the 'Transition to your new Class' folder!
Mrs B has also put together some French-themed activities to conincide with the "Bastille day" celebrations in France on 14th July if you are interested in having a go at those. They are also in the Class pages section underneath the French flag.
Here is a reminder of your Maths and Literacy choices
Please continue to complete the daily White Rose Maths lesson, first watching the instructional video and then answering the questions on your worksheets. Remember to mark your work or get an adult to help you.
Complete a Literacy task each day. You could either complete the Hamilton Literacy lesson every day
You could do the alternative Literacy ideas, where there are 3 SPaG Mats and 2 creative writing activities.
HERE ARE A RANGE OF OTHER ACTIVITIES FOR YOU TO DO!
Soap carving https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y17RweezGi8
Look at "links to websites". Here you'll find ideas for a variety of activities. (download document below)
Grow a Rainbow challenge. (download document below)
Tie-dye with Tumeric! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7HBdjMLEuM
Create a magazine on all the things you like! You could include a fact file about someone or something that interests you, add photos of your family, include a puzzle section(Create a worsearch or crossword), a recipe, an exercise challenge, create a quiz, some book recommendations and so on. You could do this on Publisher or Word or by hand.
100 ideas to do at home. Whilst aimed at KS1 as well as KS2, you might find some fun activities to keep you busy! (download document below.
Read, read, read! You could visit the library and sign up for the Summer Reading Challenge or enrol online. Go to https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/ to find out more.
Do you go for daily walks with your family? Perhaps you go on bike rides? Total up the number of miles you do in a week!
STEM challenges (download document below)
I hope you all have an amazing week of home learning. You are all doing such an amazing job!
Weekly Maths and Literacy Lessons
Nature and Animals Project Activity ideas