Welcome Back to Home Learning!
We will meet on Teams at 9am.
Below you will find some work for the next three days. There is a topic grid of activities for you, as well as some extra things to do just in case you want to! The topic grid provides lots of ideas that do not need printing and cover lots of areas of learning so hopefully there is something for everyone.
Monday 19th July - Our Last Day!
Today is going to be a quiz themed day. We will meet at 9am for some quizzes and word challenges, and at 2.00pm it's up to you! Think of your favourite game or activity we can play on Teams and we will see how many we can do. In between the meetings you can have a go at the activities below, or spend the time writing your own quiz or riddles to challenge us with. See you at 9am.
Friday 16th July
If we had been in school today it would have been games day. So let's play some games!
We are going to design our own board games to share with each other online, as well as having a go at playing some games together and by yourselves.
Things to do if you want some more things to do!
1. Read your reading book, or any book! If you don't have any to read at home, click on the link to Oxford Owl below and you will find lots to read online.
2. Don't forget the Number Time activity in the maths slides. You need to do this seperately from the Maths lesson.
3. Play Hit the Button - you can practise lots of things there.
4. Every day I will upload a reading comprehension activity. We will not go through this together every day, but try to have a go at all of them. Read as much as you can by yourself.
5. Help your mum or dad out. Do a bit of tidying up, make them a snack, or do something to help someone else out.
6. Have a run around or do something energetic. We will be sitting for a long time so it's important to move around. Don't forget if your parents let you, you could type 'Go Noodle' in the search on You Tube and show someone some of the crazy dances!
7. Watch Paddington!
8. Have a rest - having time to switch your brain off for a bit is important too.