Hello Beech Class,
I hope you are all keeping well. It has felt very odd not to be at school altogether but I’m so proud of the hard work that I’ve already seen coming in from some children. You really are fantastic! Well done.
Don’t forget that you can email your work and any questions to BeechClass@manea.cambs.sch.uk
From this list you could plan a few things to do each day, I suggest doing a little bit of maths, literacy and PE every day. Then you could choose to do something from the foundation subjects list or something creative of your own choice.
This week I would like for you to use your tricky word in some sentences. Use the letter formation booklet to remind you of your tricky words. For each sentence you write I would like you to draw a picture to go with it. Think about your phonics and really sound out each word that you write. I can’t wait to see your sentences.
In your handwriting books I would like you to practise writing the names of your family members. Perhaps you could write a sentence about each member of your family. BBC bitesize has a great video to show you how to form all of the letters. Have a look at the link at the bottom of this page.
Use Oxford Owl (see the link to show you how to access the books) to read a book each day from your book band colour. Which book is your favourite? Maybe you could write a sentence about your favourite book in your writing book for me to see.
David Walliams is also releasing free audio books daily. You can go to https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/ or www.WorldOfDavidWalliams.com to access these. His website also has some activities that you might enjoy which are linked to his books.
This week I would like you to create a poster to share your learning about number bonds to ten. You are all getting so brilliant at your number bonds to ten work! Really show this off to your families! I’m sure they will be as proud as I am!
You could also use ‘Hit the Button’. Click on ‘Number Bonds’ and then ‘Make 10’. See the link.
You are probably all using the internet quite a lot at the moment- if you’re reading this you’re using the internet right now!
We have talked about internet safety before, we talked about the types of things that we feel comfortable sharing on the internet and the things that we don’t.
We have also been talking about keeping ourselves safe and how we feel when we might be at risk. We have talked about the feelings that we might get in our tummies, goose-bumps appearing on our skin and having a ‘gut instinct’ which we should trust.
I have uploaded some links below for you to explore with your families. You will need to use the internet for your learning while you’re at home so I’d like for you to work with your family to decide on some family internet safety rules.
To keep active this week you could play some games in your garden, perhaps you could have a race with your family or set up your own course like we had in the hall for Sports Relief.
You might also be interested in joining in with Joe Wicks’ national PE lessons every weekday at 9am, you can search for these using any search engine.