We hope you enjoyed finding out about animals and the trip to the zoo!
This week our theme is Under the Sea– a really interesting, different habitat.
We will also learn about food chains.
Our activities are posted on Seesaw. They include:
* The Y1/2 athletics competition is this week. We invite everyone to take part and give us your best scores on Friday. The details are listed.
*research Blue whales, find out about fish and starfish.
*name the oceans
Find out why the sea is salty!
*an underwater song for you….listen, dance and sing
* join in some relaxing pattern and shape art on Wednesday and some ‘underwater’ colouring on Friday
This week, RE is all about the Muslim festival of Eid, which Mrs Hussain and Muslims around the world will be celebrating at the weekend.
Mental Health Awareness Week :Kindness is the theme!
Kindness and our mental health are deeply connected. The research shows that kindness is an antidote to isolation and creates a sense of belonging. It helps reduce stress, brings a fresh perspective and deepens friendships. Kindness to ourselves can prevent shame from corroding our sense of identity and help boost our self-esteem. Kindness can even improve feelings of confidence and optimism.
Check out Seesaw for some ideas of activities. Our Kindness Calendar is about being kind to our homes!
Maths this week
We are continuing to use BBC Bitesize for our daily maths activity. The focus this week is repeated addition and multiplication. The link to BBC Bitesize will be on Seesaw. There is usually a video explaining the maths, a couple of activities to do from it and maybe a game.
*Our maths game this week is Magic 15. Check out Seesaw to have a go!
This week it’s – er, ir, ur spelling patterns. Try hard to master these spellings.
Look out for the Tuesday Challenge and also Wednesday worship later this week! Also remember to send your individual photo by Wednesday to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can create our Lockdown Class Photo!
Keep safe and well and d enjoy the last week of this half term’s home learning!
Love from Mrs Phelan and Mrs Jackson x