During the fourth week, the children are welcome to have a go at the following;
MATHS - Number and Place Values in the Context of Statistics
These plans are particularly useful and there is a lot more to them then first appears. Have a look at the whole plan.
Worksheet Activities (these activities are place value rather than statistics but are important tasks)
Children can continue to access the mymaths.co.uk and educationcity.com websites to consolidate their learning.
Once a week, the children could have a go at the following arithmetic questions. I usually give the children 15 minutes to complete it. I would then normally go through the answers with the children and show them if and where they have gone wrong. Here is the test for this week;
This is a set of problem solving questions. Please could you do around 10 questions a week. Once they have had a go, I would then go through the questions and explain the answers and if they have got any wrong, explain why.
It would be important for the children to keep up with their times tables. If you would like to know where they are up to, please email me.
These websites are excellent for maths games too;
Any further ideas for Maths can be accessed by following this link.
It is an excellent resource!
Reading - Online access to reading scheme books
Before you start the writing topic, it is important that the children watch the 'Wind in the Willows' film on YouTube following this link;
Writing - Wind in the Willows - Animal adventure stories.
This writing unit is meant to take 3 weeks in total, so there is no rush.
If children want to, they can access this website to do more writing.
Phonics - -ment and -ness suffixes
The following website may aid with any phonics work;
Grammar - Suffix -ful & adjectives
I have set SPAG work again this week - VERB TENSES (B)
Children can continue to access the educationcity.com and SPAG.com website to consolidate their learning.
Children can continue to practise their handwriting following this link;
Any further ideas for English can be accessed by following this link.
It is an excellent resource!
R.E. - Why is the Church a special place for Christians?
TOPICS - These are the new topics that will last up to the next half-term. If you would like to see what the old topics were, then just click on the earlier week links near the top of the page.
Here are some ideas you can use for a unit on 'Living things and their habitats'.
This website gives practical ideas that you can use for 'Living things and their habitats' too.
The unit focuses on the UK. You can follow the plan below;
If the opportunity arises and you have the facilities, children can explore the following computing activities;
These links might be of some help too;
The first unit is on FOOD;
The second unit is on TEXTILES;
Again, this resource is excellent for topic plans. They have resources and teaching packs for many topics.
Our music unit links in with 'Wind in the Willows'
Our focus for this half-term is net and wall games - if you have the space!!
thepehub.co.uk have created fun, healthy home activities for children and their families, free of charge, to hopefully help with the school closures. If you contact them, they will send you a link to access the resources. Please email me to let me know if you have success getting these resources or not. Thanks.
Please see below and attached all the information for Week 2 (27th April) of the Spar Lancashire School Games Stay at Home Programme. We have some new learn exercises for KS1 (Under Arm throw) & KS2 (Orienteering) to work on this week, and a new challenge associated with these learning exercises. Our SGO's have also developed an additional 'Stay at Home Heroes' Challenge so please give this a go.
Over the past couple of weeks the Lancashire SGO team and Active Lancashire have been developing a P.E, school sport and physical activity resource in line new and adapted School Games work programme. The resource is centred around 4 key themes:
Move - Helping children to achieve 60 active minutes.
Learn - A Functional movement skill activity for KS1 / And a KS2 sport skill activity adapted from the Lancashire SOW form a weekly P.E activity for children to undertake.
Challenge - A weekly personal best challenge linked to the weekly PE learn activity along with current trending or new challenges are included.
Play - Providing ideas and resources for children to be active through play.
A new resource with updated links, games, PE tasks and challenges will be circulated each week.
The resource is online and is being hosted by the Lancashire School Games website (see links below). A PDF copy of the resource for each key stage is also attached.
The Timetable links are below, these URL's will remain the same throughout programme and the timetable webpage (below) will be updated on Sunday's ready for the new week. The PDF brochures attached have all the correct links for Week 2, so please send all this information out.
HOME LEARNING PACKS