My child is self isolating but their class is still in school:
Please access the resources on this page to continue learning at home. You can select activities from the year group, or the subject specific folders. Any completed work can be uploaded onto Class DoJo or Tapestry for your teacher to see. If you run out of activities, there are lots more on the Archived Home Learning Page too!
My child is isolating because their class has been sent home:
Your child's class teacher will post daily learning activities on your Class Dojo or Tapestry account. Please log in and complete the daily activities and upload them to your portfolio. If you would like any extra work for your child, please access the resources below.
Self-Isolating Home learning Work - updated 8th July
Below you will find links for daily lessons for your child to complete whilst they are self-isolating.
2. Identifying Tens and Ones
3. Partitioning (Part 1)
4. Partitioning (Part 2)
5. Numbers within 100
6. Representing Numbers (Part 1)
7. Representing Numbers (Part 2)
8. Comparing Numbers
9. Comparing 2-digit Numbers
10. Ordering Numbers
11. More than and less than
12. Number Patterns
13. Odd and Even Numbers (Part 1)
14. Odd and Even Numbers (Part 2)
Childhood through time
What did children do in the 1930s?
What did children do in the 1950s?
What did children do in the 1980s?
What did children do in the 2000s?
What did children do in the 2000s?
What did children do in the 2010s?
Log in to Oxford Owl here and read some books from your band. https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/login?active-tab=students
Upload the name of your book and what you liked about it onto Class Dojo.
5.3.2021 Reading Ninja- Seaside Holidays of the past
1.3.21 Grammar Lesson
26.2.2021 Ninja Reading- Materials
11.2.2021 Reading Ninja- Planting Seeds
29.1.2021 Great Fire of London Ninja reading
28.1.2021 Topic- Paws, Claws and Whiskers
27.1.21 Topic - Paws, Claws and Whiskers
- Watch the videos below and do the little quizzes. Keep in mind your animal in case they say something about it.
- Find out what your animal eats. You can use this information to add details to your diorama, when you build it, showing your animal’s food.
- Find out what your animal needs to survive. We know they need air and water, but do they need a special home?
- Keep this information handy for tomorrow’s lesson.
What types of food do animals eat?
Play the little quiz at the end.
What do animals need to survive?
Play little quiz
26.1.21 Topic - Paws, Claws and Whiskers:
This week we are going create a diorama of a habitat for an animal. We have broken the project down into daily tasks and will guide you each step of the way. Today’s tasks are:
Watch the habitat videos – there are a lot, but they are only about a minute each. Watch these videos closely. They could give you an idea of what animal to choose.
Choose an animal to create a diorama for.
Think about your animal’s habitat:
Name of habitat
Where is the habitat found on the earth?
Is the habitat in a cold or warm region?
Keep this information handy as it will help you to plan what your diorama will look like.
Note on dioramas:
These can be made inside a box, but if you do not have one, you can use folded card or paper. You can even just use flat paper if that is all you have.
Rainforest Habitat: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zx882hv/articles/zxdsvcw
Desert Habitat: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zx882hv/articles/zsqnfg8
Coastal Habitat: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zx882hv/articles/zy38wmn