Hazel Class Isolation Work
Below are some activities for you to work through while you are isolating (as long as you are well enough to work).
The plan is that this post will become a permanent page on our class blog but it’s just here for the time being as a post. Do one maths activity and one English activity per day. Please don’t do any of this work unless you are isolating but feeling well. If you’re ill and not well enough to be at school then you should be resting.
- 1- Counting in 4s, 8s, 50s and 100s
- 2- 10 More and 10 Less Worksheet
- 3- Missing Number Sheet
- 4- 100 More than 100 Less than
- 5- Partitioning Worksheet
- 6- Ordering Numbers to 1000
- 1- All About Autumn
- 2- A Tree-mendouss Mix Up
- 3- As Pretty As A Picture
- 4- Knot a Grate Harvest
- 5- The Fires of Autumn By A.A. Milne
- 6- Criss-Cross Conundrum
Many of us used the BBC Online Learning during lockdown. Even though children are now back at school, the BBC have produced some new online lessons for the autumn term which would give you lots to go at while you’re off school. Follow this link to take you to the website:
Once there, you can choose from maths, English, science, history and geography.
I would recommend the following lessons:
English – Year 3 English Topics
Maths – Year 3 Maths Topics
Science – Forces Lesson
History – The Stone Age Lesson
Geography – Locations- Locating the World’s Countries
Lots of us also used the Oak National Academy website which also offers a whole host of lessons for you to choose from. Use this link to access the website and choose from any of the lessons that interest you or pick an area that you feel you need to work on:
This should keep you very busy. Remember you’ve also got Spelling Shed, Mathletics, Purple Mash to work on and your reading book to read. If you need any help with any of the work or to share what you’ve produced, email myself on: firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope you’re back with us in school soon!