Good morning everybody and welcome to this week’s homes learning activities. I hope you’ve all had a fun weekend, I know I did with the return of football.
This week I will be putting more activities on the blog posts, do not feel like you must complete all of them, just do the ones you are comfortable with.
Remember from last week, we are asking parents to send one piece of English and Maths work a week, to their child’s class teacher, so we can see how they are getting on. Thank you to all the parents who sent in work, it’s excellent to see the children doing so well. You can email me any pictures of work to email@example.com. Feel free to send more if you are doing so already or wish to. I will then post work sent on our Friday blog post which looks at all the amazing work we have done in the week.
We have also enabled an upload feature to our blog posts, so you can upload images there that we can then approve as staff. As we don’t want to overload the website, storage space is limited, any attachments are restricted to 1mgb. I know you are all very busy and juggling lots of different things but it would be great to see a piece of work from you. If you are having any issues or difficulties with this please email me and I will be happy to help.
In maths this week we will be looking at angles and lines.
Here is today’s maths video.
Here is today’s maths worksheet.
If you are looking for some more maths today, follow the link below to the BBC Bitesize daily lessons. This week all about lines and angles.
In English this week we will be looking at the second part of the two-week unit, defying gravity! Explore poems, stories and movies themed around the air and flying. Find facts and delve into the history of flight. You might possibly end up being blown away!
Listen and watch the clip below from Mary Poppins
Now watch this clip from the 2017 Wildwood Kite Festival
Take a look at a kite festival in Lytham. Enjoy browsing through the photographs
Which was your favourite kite? Why did you like that one?
Write a poem about a flying kite. What happens to the kite? Who is flying the kite? Where is the Kite flying?
Design your own kite and write a short description of it underneath.
I know some of you have already made a kite when we looked at the Flat Stanley unit but if you think about your last kite, what could you improve to make the kite better?
If you’re looking for more English follow the link to BBC Bitesize daily English lessons. Today’s lesson looks at reading and undressing texts.
In PE today I would like you to complete Mr Garvey’s PE Challenge.
In French today we are going to be looking at sea animals.
In Stilling time today we are going surfing, join Jamie for some relaxing yoga.
Mr Turton’s joke of the day.
No thank you, I’m allergic to nuts.
I hope you all have a great day, keep smiling.