I have attached a rough timetable for this week, please don't feel that you have to stick to it, it's just there as an idea of how your child's day could look. I have added a Maths fluency document which has 6 quick Maths questions for each day of the week for your child to complete. Each Maths video will talk you through the lesson and support your child in answering the questions on the worksheet for that day. I have also added a link to a Letters and Sounds Phonics video for each day. As well as this, there is a word document for each English lesson this week based around the Snail and the Whale. I would encourage that your child is having a go at Maths, English and Phonics each day. As mentioned last week, I have also set three different sets of spellings which range in difficulty from mild, to hot, to extra hot; feel free to choose the set you feel is most suitable for your child. Any other lessons are dated and details can be found within the documents, some lessons are links which are written in blue on the timetable. I would love to see the learning that your children are getting up to at home!
|10:00-10:30||Ash Class Catch Up||Ash Class Catch Up||Ash Class Catch Up||Ash Class Catch Up||Ash Class Catch Up|
|10:30- 11:00||BREAK/Get active!||BREAK/Get active!||BREAK/Get active!||BREAK/Get active!||BREAK/Get active!|
|1:00-1:30||Reading - Oxford Owl||Reading - Oxford Owl||Reading - Oxford Owl||Reading - Oxford Owl||Reading - Oxford Owl|
|1:30- 3:00||Science (developing experts)||
Art - Draw with Rob
Great Fire of London learning project - visit the learning project page for ideas
PSHE - Make the monster better - choose one of the monsters feelings and draw pictures/write ideas to make him feel better!
Story time with Miss Darby (if the video comes out grainy, you should be able to change the quality when watching it back by clicking settings on the video then 720p).
Maths Monday 25th Jan video - there is no worksheet for this lesson - the activity is to make 5 groups of 10 using objects around your house or classroom e.g. 5 bundles of 10 sticks or 5 groups of 10 raisins.