Home Learning 4.5.20
Hope you all had a good weekend! Please find the home learning for this week below. This is the last week of learning about dinosaurs, we are so glad to hear all the positive feedback.
Keep uploading your learning to Edmodo- we are really enjoying being able to interact with you.
Home learning 27.4.20
The Home learning is now being added to Edmodo. If you haven't already, please join your class page following the instructions you were sent last week. Edmodo enables us to interact with you and the children and provide feedback.
Here is the home learning for this week. We hope you are all keeping safe and well and are enjoying the dinosaur inspired activities.
Home Learning 20.4.20
Well we would usually be saying welcome back after the Easter holidays this week, but unfortunately not just yet. We are all missing the children lots and hope you all had a wonderful family Easter despite the uncertain times. We hope the Easter Bunny managed to pay a little visit.
Below is the home learning for this week, along with all the documents you will need. We have chosen resources which can be drawn or copied by hand if you do not have access to a printer.
We hope the children enjoy these activities. As of next week the home learning will be uploaded to Edmodo (information to follow) and you will be able to post pictures of your child's learning and make comments on our messages. We are looking forward to being able to interact more with you.
Please remember to give your child time to embed these skills through their play, keep the 'learning' sessions short and engaging to get the best out of the children.
Hope you are all still safe and well. We look forward to seeing you all hopefully soon.
For any budding artists out there or any children who find it difficult to draw from imagination (I know I do) I have been signposted to this brilliant step by step instructional guide on how to draw a “Gregosaurus”. I tried this out at school today with some of the key worker children and the outcomes were brilliant!
I hope the children enjoy it! You do need to pause the video regularly to be able to keep up with the illustrator.
Here are some Yoga pose cards you can use with your children.
You could simply call them out and show them the card, or allow them to turn them over one at a time to see which pose is next.
You could practise the poses together or with siblings. They could even do this via video call with other family and friends and become a yoga instructor!
If your child enjoys yoga, they’ll love Cosmic Kids Yoga on YouTube, we’ve used it in PE before so the children should recognise it.
Are the children starting to miss families and friends? My two are used to seeing their Nanna and Grandpa three times a week. So I asked them to send me photographs of themselves and made miniature grandparents!
So far they’ve been in the swing, on the see saw, in the cars and have sat with them while the children had their lunch!
Simply print the photos and stick them to something sturdy like a cereal box and cover in sellotape... mine needed to be splash resistant!!
Here are some fun Easter activity ideas for you to have a go at if you like.
Hope you're all staying safe and enjoying the sunshine when we get it! Have a fabulous Easter break- don't eat too much chocolate!
Pull a funny face!
For anyone who fancies doing the funny face challenge, here’s a nice song by Julia Donaldson called pull a funny face! The children could learn the words and teach it to their families happy funny face pulling!!