If you have any work you wish to show me then please email me. I would really like to see how you’re all getting on. Feel free also to comment on the blog.
Here are today’s activities.
Live PE lesson on youtube at 9am with Joe Wicks. I did it yesterday for the first time and I’m going to do it everyday. It’s great for you and for your families. Get everyone involved. You can get it on a smart tv, computer, laptop, ipad or phone. You can also access Monday, Tuesday and todays if you missed it, so no excuses!
Maths: L.I. To compare and classify angles
Please complete into your book. I will post the answers later on today for an adult to mark.
English: L.I. To Justify my responses.
Please read the next chapter and then click on the activity for the day to accompany it.
I would love to hear what you think of the story so far. So leave a message if you would like to.
I saw this activity and thought you might like a go at making one. It is only a picture of completed pieces but I thought they looked fun to do. You can use a toilet roll middle (hoping you have some!) and tip the top in on both sides creating the ears. You may not have paint at home but you could use felt pens or if your family have any emulsion tester pots hanging about, use those. Remember to check with an adult first, cover your clothes and wash your hands properly afterwards. Hope you have fun.
When you complete please if possible send me a picture or a message. I could post some pictures on the blog to share.
I am really enjoying reading the book. I especially enjoyed writing Berties diary entry.
That is great Finlay. Keep up the super work. ?
Josh says he’s enjoying the maths work ( angle work) we all did the joe wicks work our this morning:) give us energy to be out in garden in the sun ?
Well done Josh and well done Rimmer family. ? Joe Wicks is tougher than you think! To be honest I am a little achy from it, but I’m determined to see the week out. Enjoy the lovely sunshine. xx
We though the chapter was very sad. We hope they meet again soon and that Bertie is ok.
From Esmae and Lewis
even though we’re nowhere near it what would we do if we got to the end of the book?
(not the butterfly lion the one we do our work in)
Hopefully we’ll be back in school before then. Fingers crossed. ?
I’m really excited about the butterfly lion it’s is so awesome
So am I Macie. It is such a good story. I’m glad you’re enjoying it.
Good morning Willow Class – hope you are all enjoying your home learning and are getting out into the garden to enjoy the beautiful sunshine. It made me laugh out loud that Mrs Graham has got you to use a toilet roll middle for your creative activity – if you manage to make one please do send in your photos.
Take care everyone. Mrs Thomas
I am going to post a few different pictures on Friday from our week. Watch this space!
We thought the chapter was very sad. We hope they get to meet again
I know it is really sad! Next week we will find out more. I hope you are both enjoying the sunshine. ?
We thought the chapter was very sad. We hope they get to meet again ?
Esmae and Lewis