Hello everyone again,
I hope that you all had a great Easter and didn't eat too much chocolate! It's time now again to get back to some more "Home Learning", which I will post on this website, on our "class page" on a weekly basis, under different subject headings. The first instalment of this however, will cover the period Wednesday 22nd April - Friday 1st May. Please remember that all children learn at their own pace, so work through the material, (some of which will need to be printed), supporting them to complete what you feel is manageable on a daily basis - there is something for everyone! Most children will be able to complete the majority of this work, (after explanation) independently but some may need a little support with some activities. As before, please feel free to contact me via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and remember to send me some photographs of your child working and having family fun time too. These photographs shall be added to our April "Home Learning" gallery of photographs. Thanking you all in anticipation and continue to take lots of care and stay safe.
Lots of hugs,
Mrs Moore x.
Language and Literacy
Talking and Listening:
*Remember all the fun and useful Literacy and Language websites, listed in your first learning pack:-
Mathematics and Numeracy:
Activities shall be set out for the different aspects of Mathematics and Numeracy for this period of "Home Learning" as follows:-
Note *(Those children who still have some activities in their "New Heinemann Mathematics - Numbers To 10" workbook and also in their classwork books to complete, please continue to work on at these, at your own pace. When you are confident counting, writing and recognising each number, introduce yourself to the next number).
Numbers / Mental Maths:
Measures / Time:
Additional Numeracy online resources to help with your learning:-
Numeracy - (Time & Numberwork) https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/subjects/zr99cqt
THE WORLD AROUND US
We shall continue work on our topic "Animals" in connection with our sub-topic "Spring". If possible, try to go for a walk with your family, to observe some Spring seasonal changes - in relation to the weather, animal and plant life. Look out for e.g flowers growing, buds / leaves on trees, birth of baby animals e.g lambs, birds building nests, warmer weather etc. This week we shall be thinking about the life cycle of the frog.
All About Me - (P.D.M.U)
As we enter our final term in Primary 1 and as we are still not together in our classroom in Windsor Hill, we are still thinking about ourselves and the importance of our families, especially at this time.
ART / CRAFT
Topic artwork (Animals / Spring):-
April "Home Learning" Photographs - lots of school work and fun too!