Year 2, Learning at home, 3.6.20
Year 2 you are incredible.
It is great to see that so many of you have thrown yourselves into our new topic. It’s a shame the weather has turned as it’s a great one for being outdoors.
I love how creative some of your are being at home with your maths and making patterns. Some of you have made pooters ready for all your bug hunting and lots of you are already learning lots of awesome facts.
Have a look below at different word classes some people have been sorting after going on their bug hunts.
What’s the best minibeast you have found so far?
Please keep sharing your learning with us. We love to see what you have been up to.
|Year 5 Home Learning – Friday 22nd November
(All learning to be handed in Wednesday 13th December)
Please encourage your child to read for at least 20 minutes at least five times per week. Please record what you have read in your reading record.
|Spelling & TT Rock Stars
Please use Spellodrome and TT Rock Stars regularly.
|Home Learning Menu
Over the next 3 weeks you must complete an activity/series of activities that total at least 15 points. How you choose to do so is up to you! For example, you may just complete the fifteen-point activity or may choose to do one ten and a five-point activity; you could also choose to do three five-point activities – it is completely your choice! Have a look at the activity menu below:
This Wednesday saw the return of the first collection of homelearning since changes were made to the way that it is sent home. It has been fantastic to see the children’s beaming smiles as they’ve walked past me on the school gate with their homelearning under their arms. Thank you so much to all of the adults that have supported the children to achieve such stunning results! We appreciate the hard work that has gone in to the bridges, Great Fire of London models and also the work on China. Please have a browse at some of the fantastic work below:
Keep up the great work! 🙂
Friday 10th March; To be completed by Wednesday 15th March
We hope you enjoyed your day out @Bristol. For homelearning this week we would like you to produce something inspired by your day. It can be about anything that really caught your attention during the day and can take any form you like – poster, poem, piece of writing, picollage, model – you decide!
We are now focussing on the 8 times table in class so keep practising this, along with related times tables (4 and 12). To really know a times table, you need to be able to give an answer to a question within 5 seconds (without counting up through the table). Keep practising – the quicker you are, the better!
Reading: Remember that you should be reading on a daily basis at home, and should be discussing this reading with an adult – talking about the text, commenting on the author’s purpose, noticing particular features of certain genres, etc. In reading record books, please could children/parents write a comment about this reading.
Spellings: Remember to spend time daily learning your spellings – will you earn both of your raffle tickets next week?
|If you are unable to access the home learning or are finding it difficult, please speak to your teacher.|
Task 1 – Literacy
Following on from our fantastic trip this week, your task is to write a letter to Teignmouth Library to thank them for allowing us to visit and to tell them how much we enjoyed it. We will send these letters off so make sure you spend time planning your letter (and getting an adult to check spellings!) before writing your final, neat copy. You might want to type your letter on a computer or write it on nice writing paper.
Think about the structure of your letter:
• An introduction to say why you are writing
• Some detail about what you particularly enjoyed or learnt
• A conclusion to reiterate your thanks and close your letter
Task 2 – Maths
Please complete literacy task first. With any time remaining from your hour for home learning, go on a 3d shape hunt around the house. These 3d shapes could include cubes, cuboids, spheres, cylinders etc. For example, a box of tissues may be the shape of a cuboid.
You can record this in your home learning book by either writing a list of the objects you have found or by taking pictures to stick in.