With children spending more time online due to school closures we have add new content for parents on the 'Online Safety' page of our website. There you will find links to some extremely useful websites aimed at keeping you and your family safe online. Thinkuknow have also produced some home learning packs with 15 minute activities for you to work through with your children at home.
Class 5 home learning information
Hi Class 5!
We hope you've had a brilliant first week of home-learning and have been enjoying the sunshine too! Mrs S, Mrs A and Mrs B have loved hearing from some of your parents and seeing what you've been up to. Don't forget that you can email us too, if you have any questions, or would like to show us your work! We have already displayed some of your work and photos in the classwork section. Do have a look!
This week, in addition to your Whiterose maths and Hamilton literacy, we have two new activities!
1. EXPLORE MORE: interactive reading and writing lessons(link below) which you can use as well as, or instead of the Hamilton lessons. Take a look and have a go! We think it looks really interesting!
2. A science and nature project for you to complete.
As the weather is set to stay dry, we'd like you to get outside in your gardens as much as possible (and enjoy your allocated walks with your family), so this project is all about British birds. You can find all the resources in the "Project" section below.
More about the science and nature project:
First, we'd like you to have a look at the British Birds PowerPoint, which will tell you all about some common British birds. Then use the internet to see if you can find out any more information and make some notes in your writing book.
Next, use the Garden Birds Checklist and head outside! See how many birds you can spot and feel free to add any others to the list that aren't already on there. We'd love to hear how many you've managed to spot.
Once you've completed this, there are two further activities for you to try. Why not make a poster, telling us all about British birds? You can include your own research, as well as some photos or pictures. Or, have a go at some British Birds Mindfulness Colouring. How accurately can you colour the birds? Once you're done, we would LOVE you to send us some pictures of your work, which we will add to our class page on the website. There will be some gem/House Point rewards for this!
Finally, if you love colouring, then have a go at colouring in one of the Spring Mindfulness Bookmarks and use this to keep your page in your reading book.
Have a great week and don't forget that you or your parents can email us if you have any questions at all .