It has been lovely to have some of the children back in school this week! Everyone is settled and happy. We will continue to support those who are not coming into school via online learning. We are trying to link the activities for home with those being set in school wherever possible. Please contact school if you would like to speak to us about anything, we will get back you as soon as possible.
Here are this weeks tasks:
I have chosen BBC Bitesize sessions for our learning this week
Session 1 – https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zqps2v4 Doubles
Session 2 – https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zd76wnb Sharing equally
Session 3 – https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zm4dg7h Grouping equally
I have added new activities on My Maths, please have a try. If you did not get a high score the first time, have another try!
https://www.mymaths.co.uk/primary.html log in username latchford password divide 66 to access the school account, then your individual log in to get into your tasks
You also have your Numbots to continue with – look for the school name (postcode WA4 1AP) and then enter your user name and password. https://play.numbots.com
Please use your numbots log in details to sign into TT Rockstars too. Go onto https://www.ttrockstars.com/ and click login before entering your Numbots username and password to access your account.
This link gives a free website for parents to sign into https://mathswithparents.com/
This weeks English is based around handwriting using Oxford Owls and also some PSHE work.
Oxford Owls – handwriting year 1 https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/english/primary-handwriting/handwriting-year-1-age-5-6/ has a number of handwriting activities to focus on.
Our writing in English this week follows on from last weeks link to PSHE and the idea of creating a time capsule record of our time away from school. This gives lots of opportunities to talk at home, it is not essential for all of the sheets to be completed (although some may want to). If you do not have access to a printer, its okay, just use paper or your writing book to get your ideas down. This will be something to look back at when you are older.
This website is available to help you with your childs reading
If you would like reading material, here is the link for Oxford Owls for Home, https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/
When you register free. you can then Click on any of the e books to read.
There is an additional service available free from Warrington library using e books and audio books https://livewirewarrington.co.uk/library/books-ebooks/ebooks
Use your existing membership card to access these books. Joining the library is free if you are not already a member.
Sign in to purple mash http://www.purplemash.co.uk. I have set activities for one of the serial mash books.
You also have your login for http://www.teachyourmonstertoread.com
Here are some Letters and sounds activities – you will need a pencil and your writing book (or handwriting book) for these.
Lesson 2 – ou (found) review https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S78EKwrUiGY&list=PLuGr6z2H2KNGObda6B-T36vJlZYN06lOh&index=23
Lesson 3 – ou (shoulder) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hS-VIE2fWhw&list=PLuGr6z2H2KNGObda6B-T36vJlZYN06lOh&index=22
Lesson 4 – ea (feather) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wVqAKgocB0&list=PLuGr6z2H2KNGObda6B-T36vJlZYN06lOh&index=21
In addition to these sessions, please continue to use spelling shed and phonics play to reinforce learning.
Spelling shed – https://www.spellingshed.com/en-gb
Phonics play – https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/
SPAG – www.spag.com
In school we will be looking at bubbles this week:
Art/DT – make your own bubble wand using pipe cleaner. If at home try cookie cutter, stick and string, Wire coat hanger. Bubble mixture – 1 litre hot water, 250ml washing up liquid, 2-4 tblsp glycerine (if available).
Only pop your own bubbles, don’t blow bubbles at other people.
Science – Fun with bubbles https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XxU_QenIO54
Can you make a bubble with just water? Do they last longer in shade or sun? Wet or dry surface? What colours can we see in a bubble? Can bubbles work underwater? Are smaller bubbles stronger? Could a person float inside a bubble? Why/why not?
To keep yourself fit this week here are 2 links:
Jump start Johnny PE https://www.jumpstartjonny.co.uk/free-stuff
https://plprimarystars.com/ Premier league primary stars
Remember you can contact us through e mail via Purple Mash if you need anything and we will get back to you as soon as we can, or give school a call. Have a great week and enjoy your learning!
Stay safe everyone.