Just a reminder of the topics we are currently learning:
English - Return Narratives
Maths - Measurement (length and Perimeter)
Science - Light
Geography - Paris
R.E - Easter and Holy Week
Week beginning 30th March:
Start the day with a fun song that children can move about to!
Times table practice using 'hit the button' interactive game which can be accessed here:
White Rose Maths Week 2 - Follow the link to access this weeks objectives / activities:
Download the PowerPoint presentations and learning activities for children to complete.
EnglishSuper Sentence Stacking - Session 1
Today children will be using the short film Lucky Dip as inspiration in our Super Sentence Stacking.
Watch the clip below and follow the instructions. Children come up with 9 sentences to develop a short story.
Make a glowing bouncy egg!
This activity teaches little scientists about egg anatomy and osmosis and takes very little prep. All you need are some eggs, vinegar and coloured highlighters.
Access the activity here: https://thestemlaboratory.com/glowing-bouncy-egg/
Some questions to think about:
What worked well?
Did you manage to make a bouncing egg from all of the colours available?
How was the egg able to bounce?
What is Osmosis?
We are continuing to look at Holy week.
This week children could create timeline of the key events of holy week and complete the below wordsearch:
Learn to sing this Easter song and perform it to your family!
Charanga - follow the link to access daily activities, please use your login and password you were provided with.
Remember to do Miss Sharpe's Vincent Van Gogh birthday challenge here:
Every child has an individual login. Please click the link below:
Times Tables Practice
Interactive Maths Games
This is a great website for online maths games that children can access on computers / ipads.
Joe Wicks has lots of great, short exercise videos for children, you can access them here:
Please follow this link to access the school's Music programme. Children have been given their own login.
This term we are learning about Paris. Can you locate and identify Paris on a world map? Can you name famous Parisian landmarks?
Use google street view to navigate around the city. Can you describe the location?
Create an information leaflet or poster suggesting why people should visit Paris.
Compare Paris and London - look at images and maps. Can you describe how they are similar and different?
Mental Health and Wellbeing
Below are some practical activities to keep children relaxed and engaged during this time.