Welcome back to our new term of learning together at home. I hope you all managed to have a healthy and enjoyable Easter. It was lovely to have such sunny weather. I spent lots of time in my garden, took my dog for walks in quiet places, started to crochet a blanket and painted some walls in my house (not all at the same time!)
Let me know your holiday news – I’d love to hear what you have all been up to. For example, you could use the school email to send me a photo, or you could draw a picture, make a video or write a short story and then send that via email: email@example.com
Remember compound words are when two words fit together to make a new one.
To recap your learning on compound words, follow this link BBC Bitesize clips and games:
You could also try this Compound Word Quiz
You can practise your spelling block on our Spelling City: spelling city webpage
Read or listen to a variety of books and try this fun Reading Bingo activity by clicking the link below – how many can you cross off?
* There’s a selection of website ideas at the bottom of the bingo game to help you access a range of amazing books to read or listen to for free.
Numeracy and Maths
We are learning to find halves and doubles.
Halves and doubles are the opposite of each other. If we know half of 10 is 5, then we know that double 5 is 10!
Here a selection of differentiated games/activities to support your learning:
Interdisciplinary learning/skills development
The weather was lovely over the holidays and there were lots of signs of spring in the air. Below is a link to some Spring activities you may like to try:
Here are a couple of extra activities which you may like to try.
If you have any questions about the ideas provided, please send these to the school admin email and we will be happy to help you with anything.
Have a lovely day and enjoy the learning we have provided.
Thank you for your continued support in your child’s learning.