Monday 29th June 2020
Morning everyone, well what a wet and windy weekend that was. I hope that you enjoyed your sports days. We had a lovely time in school but wished that you were all with us! This week we are continuing with the sports theme, thinking about the Olympic Games which should have been happening this Summer. I hope that you enjoy the plans. Send us any photos and I will share them with the children so they can see what their friends are up to. Missing you all lots! Remember to take things at your own speed, all previous plans are still below in case you need them. I hope that you liked the selection of stories from the Oxford Owl site. Also don’t forget to look at this week’s plans from Lancashire for p.e.xxxx
On Wednesday click here to take a quiz to see if you know your world flags- https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/quizzes/top-class-flags-of-the-world-2
Click here for Wednesday’s Olympic Flag activity-Olympic flags for Wednesday– there’s a lot here just pick your favourites to play the memory game.
Continents colouring and labelling sheet for Tuesday-Continents activity for Tuesday
Have a look at the slides below to find out about the differences between the first Olympic games and ours today:
P.S. THE CHILDREN IN SCHOOL ALL WANT TO SAY A BIG ‘HELLO’ TO THEIR FRIENDS AT HOME XXX
Click here for Friday’s ‘newspaper ‘ style template to write your report-Newspaper Report Template
Click here to design a mascot for your sports day on Thursday-Mascot design
Click here to design a medal for Thursday’s sports day-Design a medal
Click here for a certificate to give out on Thursday’s sports day- Sports Day Certificate
Click here for a template to help design your own crazy obstacle course on Wednesday-Design your own crazy obstacle course
Click here for Tuesday’s Graph, it is a block not bar graph (slight change to the plans)-Graph
Click here for Tuesday’s tally chart-Tuesday’s Tally chart
Click here for the tally chart for Monday’s sports competition-Monday’s Tally Chart
Click here for the winner’s certificate- Winner’s Certificate
Friday’s Halving pirate treasure- once the children have finished finding half of the treasure, they can then split the treasure between 3, 4 and 5 different pirates, how many coins will each pirate get? Are there any coins left over? Use more coins to make it trickier (up to 20). Have fun!
Click here to see a wonderful boat design from one of our lovely children for Captain Ash. He thought it was AMAZING and so do I!Super Boat Design
Look at this fantastic treasure map and instructions to go with it. Great work!- Brilliant work
Wednesday’s letter from Captain Ash-Wednesday’s Letter From Captain Ash
I have had a few more posters sent in from some of you at home- click on the links below to see them. They definitely did the trick; Captain Ash is so happy to have him back safe and sound!
Another Amazing Poster- Well done!– Poster 4
Tuesday’s letter from Captain Ash- Tuesday’s Letter to the children from Captain Ash
Wow the posters you made for Captain Ash are amazing, thanks everyone! He is sure to find Beaky soon! Click on the links below to take you to some of the children’s lovely posters.
For Monday’s Missing Parrot activity- T-L-886-Missing-Lost-Pet-Writing-Frames
For Wednesday’s treasure map activity- T-T-27715-Create-Your-Own-Treasure-Map
For Thursday’s number line addition- T-N-1257-Addition-Numberline-Worksheets_ver_1
For Friday’s work on Pirate Ships- t-t-5290-pirate-ships-powerpoint_ver_4 (1)
For Friday’s Maths challenge- t-tp-7089-pirate-crack-the-code-addition-to-10-worksheets_ver_1
After this why not have a go at making your own code cracking pirate equations!
I know that it will be hard finding reading books to practise with the children; if you click on the photo below it will take you to a great site with lovely e books on for the children to practice with.
Also don’t forget that if you click on the sports link a bit further down the page you will find this week’s P.E. lessons from Lancashire. They look good, we will be doing the kicking activity in school this afternoon and of course Joe Wicks will be continuing his P.E. sessions as well.
Missing you as always; here is this week’s timetable, just click on the link below to see the plans. I will leave all of the previous timetables on as well in case you would like to go back. Take care everyone! xxx
P.S. in school we will be doing a few nice PSHE activities, I will upload them as we do them in case you would like to have a go at them as well.XX
Click on the picture below to listen to the story of the naughty bus-
Now click on the next picture to see a home made version of the story-
Here is a link to the sheet to help you find out about the vehicles your family had when they were little-
Click on the link below for your measuring length challenges-
Click below to find out about George Stephenson and the first trains-
Click below to print off your comic strip template-
Click on the link below to find out a bit more about VE day-
Click below to print off your Spitfire Glider-
The following links will help with the recap of phase 3 sounds:
Also if you’d like some ideas for P.E. click on the link below for a great resource from Lancashire school games, the plans are for years 1 and 2 but will be fine for us to have a go at as well.
I will be adding a few more things later on this week so keep an eye out!
The PowerPoint for the Bike activity was too big so I’ve copied it into a word document, hope it’s ok. Just click on the link below to access it.
Music- click on the link below to log into Charanga- you should have your passwords in your pack and select the ‘Big Bear Funk’ unit.
You might still like to have a look at the websites below which have some ideas to help keep you occupied.
Remember whenever you use the internet to be careful and safe. Always ask your Mum or Dad before visiting a site.
You won’t be able to do all of these activities but the challenge will be to see how many you could do out in your garden or during your daily exercise. After all you’re only 4/5, you have plenty of time to finish them off!
Don’t forget Joe Wicks and ‘Just Dance’ on You Tube, for your daily morning exercise. You might also like to try Go Noodle.
Click on the link below to choose a different story from yesterdays on Cbeebies and answer the following questions:
- Pause the story half way through and predict what might happen next.
2. Who is your favourite character and why?
3. Where was the story set?
4. Recap what has happened in the story, which was your favourite part?
“Let everything you do be done in love”
In Maths we are continuing to focus on numbers to 20, counting in different styles and working out simple addition and subtraction problems. Click on the link to play some fun Maths games which will help you.