Good Morning P4J! 🙂
Sumdog: I am working on setting up Sumdog log ins for you all with tasks to complete. Log ins will be emailed out for P4J and P4W pupils after the Easter break 🙂
Thank you for the photos that were sent in this week – I have loved seeing you all working so hard at home! I know that some of you have found this week quite challenging and that you have missed seeing your friends and being at school, but please remember that we are all still part of the Buckstone Community. Even though we are not together everyday, we are still a part of P4J. I have been so impressed by all of your resilience and positive attitudes! So keep smiling, keep learning and remember to ‘look on the bright side’! 🙂
Here is a selection of photos from our P4J community:
School at Home!
A super Titanic poster and spelling practise!
P.E in the Living Room with Joe Wicks and working hard on daily tasks 🙂
Cello practise and spelling game!
If you would like to send a photo in for next Friday’s blog, please do!
Below are the tasks for Friday.
L.I We are learning to count forwards and backwards.
Daily Morning Challenge:
Mild: Count forwards and backwards in 2s, 5s and 10s.
Spicy: Count forwards and backwards in 3s and 4s.
Hot: Count forwards and backwards in 6s and 8s.
L.I – We are learning to double or treble any number.
Daily Maths Task: On the Titanic, third class passenger played the games ‘quoits’ and ‘hoop-la’ using hoops.
In the game hoop-la, they had to throw a hoop and try to get the hoop to land on hooks to gain points.
Complete the following page to calculate the scores for hoop-la.
L.I: We are learning to offer our own ideas and opinions about a text.
Daily Literacy Task: The Friday Text!
Read the extract from ‘Esio Trot’ by Roald Dahl in your home learning pack.
- What you liked about the text.
- What you disliked about the text.
- What puzzled you.
- Were there any connections or patterns you noticed?
L.I We are developing our listening and visualising skills.
Listen to Elevenses every day at 11am with The World of David Walliams – https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/
L.I We are learning to use clear, bold pencil lines.
Friday Skills Time: Create a Spring or Easter themed picture using a black pencil only – don’t colour it in (this picture will be used for a task next week!). Try to make your picture as detailed as you can.
Have a lovely weekend Jumping Jigglypuffs 🙂 See you Monday!