|Thursday 4th February 2021
Here is today’s Home Learning. We hope you enjoy the activities.
The Year 1 Team
Maths – Combination of + and – sums using Number Line.
Warm up – Practice ordering the numbers. Either challenge yourself with numbers to 20 or 100. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?f=HigherAndLower
Today we would like you to have a go at answering a combination of – and + sums. You will need to look very carefully at what the sum is asking you to do. Which direction are you going to move on your number line? You could shade all the – sums in one colour and all the + sums in a different colour to stop you getting confused!
Task – Choose a colour that will challenge you a little bit and take your time!
Green 1. 6 + 4 =
Yellow 1. 9 + 8 =
Red 1. 2 + 18 =
Wednesday 3rd February 2021
Thank you again for all of the home learning being sent to us. We really are delighted by the support being given! Here are today’s home learning activities.
The Year 1 Team
Maths – Word Problems – Further practice of Using a Number Line
Re-watch yesterday’s Number Line video if you need to recap using a number line to subtract numbers.
Task – Use your number line to answer the following Word Problems.
Green – Choose 5
Yellow – Choose 7
Red – Choose 9
Well-being – Healthy Eating
It is important that we understand how to keep ourselves healthy in many areas of our lives including diet, exercise, mental health and personal hygiene.
Task – Watch the powerpoint recorded by Mrs O’Malley about keeping ourselves healthy. Next, think about what healthy foods you would put in your lunchbox. You can use the pictures given or draw your own. (Activity uploaded to class story).
Language – Discussing a Story
Listen to the story called Carrot club, recorded by Mrs O’Malley. What did you like about the story? What did you learn from the story? Share your thoughts with a grown up.
Philosophy frog – Helping Others
Think about the question below. Why is it good to help others?
Task – Using what you learnt about Florence Nightingale yesterday to help you, can you record your answers and give as many reasons as you possible. Record your answers on JiT or if you prefer you can write them down and send them to us.
P.E – Joe Wicks The Body Coach 9.30am You Tube Channel.
Tuesday 2nd February 2021
It was great to see the children on Teams yesterday and find out what they have been doing over the weekend. See below for today’s Home Learning.
Maths – Subtracting using a number line
Warm up – Subtraction GAME
Watch Video of Mrs Porter explaining how to take away using a number line.
(Online Number Line –https://apps.mathlearningcenter.org/number-line/ if you didn’t make one last week)
Task – Answer the following using your number line. Write the sum out fully to practice setting out your work correctly. Think carefully about which way you are going to move. Are you going to end up with more or less than before?
Green 1. 10 – 3 =
Yellow 1. 15 – 3 =
Red 1. 20 – 11 =
Language/Topic – Florence Nightingale
Watch the new RWI sound ‘igh’ with Mrs Wood. How many words can you think of with this sound?
This week we are going to start looking at Florence Nightingale and the important role she played in the past.
Task – Watch the video about Florence Nightingale and write down 3 facts (3 interesting things) about her.
To access the video, go to https://www.twinkl.co.uk/go
Click on child login and enter the code: FW4397
From there you should see the video of Florence Nightingale to click on and click launch.
Art – Colour mixing sums
Today we are going to do some maths with art! Paint works best for this activity but you can also use pastels, crayons or pencils.
Task – Work out the following colour sums by doing some colour mixing. You can present your work however you like! Have fun and take your time.
Can you make any of your own colour sums? Be as inventive as you like!
Monday 1st February 2021
We hope everyone had a nice weekend. Here are today’s activities.
The Year 1 Team
Maths – Warm up – Find the correct Number in this fun ‘Blast Off’ Game. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/blast-off
Today we are going to start subtracting numbers. Some of the sums may seem easy but if the children learn how to use resources to help them from an early age, they will have the skills to do the same when working out much more complex sums when they get older. It is really important that the children can ‘see’ the maths that is happening as this will lead to a much better understanding when we start writing it down. So dig out those lego pieces, pasta shells, teddies etc from last week!
Often the language we use in Maths can be confusing for children so I would like them to use the vocabulary along the lines of ….I have 10 cubes, I give/take away 3, how many do I have left. It is often much easier for children to understand what they can visualise.
Task – We would like you to complete the following in a PRACTICAL way only.
And for more of a challenge,
Language – Capital Letters
Whenever you write anything your work should include capital letters and full stops. We know that capital letters come at the start of our sentences and a full stop comes at the end of our sentences. If we write someone’s name or a place, they also need a capital letter. For example:
All these need capital letters at the start.
Task – Look at the activities below.
Work through the sheets at the level you feel most comfortable. The first one will help you to practice using capital letters for names, the second one will allow you to correct the sentences and the last one is to practice making up and writing some sentences of your own.
Take your time and think about forming your letters as neatly as you can.
Topic /History – The Victorian Kitchen.
Watch PPT by Mrs Porter about the different rooms within the Victorian Home. Watch Mrs Porter’s explanation of task – Sorting of old and new kitchen equipment into a Venn diagram. Remember the middle section is for the objects that you think could be old or new.
P.E – Join Andy from Cbeebies for a Wild Workout at the beach –https://youtu.be/DqAOMrZkht0
Friday 29th January 2021
Bore da! Please find below today’s activities.
The Year 1 Team
Maths – Practice finding the Numbers on a Number Square. Choose the level you feel comfortable with.
Language – New RWI Set 2 Sound ‘oy’. Write down as many ‘oy’ words as you can think of.
RSPB Big Weekend Birdwatch – This weekend is the RSPB Birdwatch. Have a look online at the many activities to take part in.
Task – Watch the PPT Story ‘A Tale of Two Feathers’ by Mrs Porter. Can you decorate a feather beautifully either using the template provided or your own idea? You can use paint, pencil, sequins, glitter etc. Be creative!
P.E – Underwater Fitness with Coach Josh
Thursday 28th January 2021
We hope that everyone is well. Many thanks again for all of the wonderful Home Learning tasks sent to us and for all the support you are giving your children. We know it isn’t always easy and that you can only do what you can do!
Please find below today’s Tasks.
The Year 1 Team
Maths – Using a Number Line to work out addition sums.
Now that you have made a Number Line of your own, today we would like you to practice using it!
If you are unsure how to do this, re-watch Mrs Porter’s video from yesterday.
You will need to write the sum out fully as it is important to practice writing the symbols + and =.
Tip: if you use pencil lightly on your number line, you can rub it out for each sum. Alternatively, use different coloured pencils for working out each sum on your number line.
Task – Choose a set of questions that you feel comfortable with. Good Luck!
Language/Topic – Spot the Difference!
Below are two photos (also uploaded to class story). One is of our classroom and the other is of a Classroom from a long time ago at St Fagans. I’m sure you will agree that they are quite different!
Task – What differences can you spot between the old classroom at St Fagans and our classrooms in school? Record your ideas in your own chosen way.
Welsh – Beth wyt ti’n hoffi? (What don’t you like?)
Dwi’n ddim yn hoffi… (I don’t like….)
Task – Watch video with Mrs Porter to practice this week’s new sentence pattern
Practice asking/ answering the questions with people in your family
Wednesday 27th January
Please find below the children’s Home Learning Tasks for today.
Have a good day!
The Year 1 Team
Maths – Making a Number Line
Warm up –Number Square Video Game with Miss Rees.
Watch video about how to use a Number Line with Mrs Porter.
Task – Using the Template provided or your own idea, make a number line up to 20. Remember to start with 0. Try to write your numbers small and clearly so you can see a space between each one.
Here is an example below……
If you would like, you can use the other lines on the template to extend your number line even further!
Language – Well Being – 100 things
Each Wednesday we are going to be asking the children to complete a well being activity. Something that doesn’t involve screen time. Below are 100 things that you can do indoors and today we would like the children to choose an activity to do from it.
Once they have completed the activity we would like them to discuss the activity with a grown up as this is part of developing the children’s oracy skills. We would like you to ask them questions such as
What did you do?
How did you do it?
How did it make you feel?
If you did the activity again would you do anything differently?
Please send us photos as we would love to see what you chose to do today!
Topic – Science – Make Teddy a Shelter.
Following on from yesterday’s Science experiment, which material do you NOW think would be best for making your shelter for teddy? Why do you think this?
Task – Record your findings on JiT either by writing or recording your idea using the microphone button.
PE with Joe Wicks ‘The Body Coach’ You tube channel Live at 9.30am.
Tuesday 19th January 2021
Here are the activities for today’s Home Learning. We hope you enjoy completing them!
The Year 1 Team
Maths – Digital Time
Task – Writing digital o’clock and half past times (worksheets also on Class Story)
Start with o’clock, then half past.
If your child feels confident with the worksheets, have a go at the following word problems. You can use your home made clock to help you. You can write your answers on Jit or on paper.
1. If I eat breakfast at 7 o’clock and it takes me half an hour, when do I finish my breakfast?
2. I clean my teeth at half past 7. An hour later I go to breakfast club. What time do I go to breakfast club?
3. I eat lunch at 1.00 and it takes me an hour. What time do I finish?
4. I go on a bike ride at 12.00 and cylcle for 3 hours. When do I finish cycling?
5. I go to bed at 7.30. I had my tea 2 hours before. What time did I have my tea?
Language – Revision of RWI sounds and Reading
Task – Watch RWI Set 1 Sounds and ‘ar’ as a revision exercise. There is also a good episode of Alphablocks to support this sound.
-Reading from Oxford Owl. Please remember to tell us which book your child is reading.
Topic – Sorting Old and New Toys
Watch PPT uploaded onto Class Story. Look at the pictures of old and new toys below and have a think about whether they are old toys or new toys. Think about what materials they are made out of, do they move or make a noise etc.
Task – Cut out the pictures and stick them under the headings Old Toys and New Toys. These sheets are also on Class Story.
Monday 18th January
Every day in school we dedicate time to reading and we would like you to keep this routine up at home. It is important that your child is reading every day. As we are unable to change books in school we have found a website that has lots of Oxford Reading Tree books. We will send you your class logins separately and Mrs O’Malley has recorded a short video showing how to access all the books.
When you choose a book you can either have it read to you or read it yourself and it is then followed by questions about the story. Please start reading on the stage that you were given in school. A book should last a couple of days as it needs to be read more than once. It is a good idea to listen to the story twice, then read it yourself, read it to a family member then answer the questions once you understand the story.
Once your child has read a book please can you email us the title of the story so we can keep a record.
Philosophy Frog – Oracy task
Philosophy frog is a chance for us to think about big questions and reflect on what we would do. Have a look at the question below:
If you could choose just one thing to change about the World what would it be and why?
Task: Think of the question above, when you have thought of your answer, ask someone in your house to record you explaining your reasons. We would like you to share a video with us on J2e talking about your reasons.
Friday 15th January
Happy Friday Everyone! Well, we have got to the end of the first week of Home Learning and have been delighted with the things sent to us. Many, many thanks! We hope the children have found the activities enjoyable and have managed to access them ok. Next week we will be focussing on Reading, Following Instructions and learning to read Digital Clocks.
We would like Fridays to be a more flexible day for the children. We will give them a choice of activities to do and it can also be used to catch up on any incomplete tasks.
Have a lovely weekend
The Year 1 Team
-On Sunday 17th January it is World Religion Day.
World Religion Day is about the different religions of the world, working together to make the world a better place for everyone. Inside the world below, write down all the words that people should try to think about when making the world a better place. You could also use this to prompt a discussion about kindness and tolerance for one another instead.
-Practice your Welsh from this week using the teacher video on Class Story
-Cosmic Yoga – Celebrating Differences
-PE with Joe Wicks – You can watch the sessions LIVE every Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning at 9am on his You Tube Channel ‘The Body Coach’.
Monday – 11th January Show https://youtu.be/tSi2ix1i180
Mrs De-Kayne is a Year 1 teacher and the Infant Phase co-ordinator
For any problems contact Mrs De-Kayne on DeS@hwbmail.net<
Please click on the link to see our welcome back to school video.
12.7.20 updated by sdk
We just wanted to wish you all a happy Summer and to Thank you for supporting us through these challenging times as a year group. We couldn’t have done it without your support!
The last weeks home learning in Year 1 is as follows:
Language: We would like you to do some Philosophy Frog to end the year and to think about when we come back in September what are all the things we can do to be safe in school?
Look at the class dojo for the question.
Maths: We would like you to go over your 10/5/2 times tables one more time before the summer holidays. You will need to know these of by heart ready for Year 2. Keep singing them with Percy Parker!
Science: To end this year we thought you might like to make your own Rainbows! Please see the full instructions to carry out this experiment on class dojo.
Welsh: We would like you to go over the patterns one last time using the video clip we sent you. We know it has been challenging for some of you to do the Welsh at home but well done for having a good try. Diolch!
Creative: We know that lots of you have enjoyed making things at home and so we thought we would end our topic on ‘Wild Things’ with some plate art. You can make a lion/ pig or a caterpillar. Look at the class dojo for the full instructions and pictures to help you at home.
These are all the activities we will be doing in school this week when you come in. We will not be able to do the Science as it is half a day only for us all for the final session.
Please have a safe Summer holidays and we are looking forward to welcoming you all back in September.
Mrs S De-Kayne/Mrs O’Maley/ Miss Rees.
6.7.2020 – updated by sdk
This week some of you will be back in school whilst others will still be learning from home. We will all be doing the same learning and that is as follows:
Language: Using the thought bubbles – can you fill them with some positive things you have done at home during Lockdown with your family. (See the Class story for template of the clouds/ make your own thought bubbles up)
Maths: This week we want you to go back over your times tables 10/5/2 and if you are confident with those we want you to move onto 3/4. Some of you have still not completed your division work( Sharing out). Please have a go at home with this if you can by using objects and drawing out your answers.
Science: Please see the Class story on dojo for the full instructions on how to make a spinning wheel. We will be making one in class too!
Welsh:Most of you have still got your Welsh to complete from last week. If you cant do the work at home don’t worry. Look at the video clip of Miss Rees doing the patterns with you and see if you can copy her. That will be good revision of the patterns you will be using in Year 2.
Creative: We started our Lockdown journey drawing Rainbows. We thought we would end our journey the same way. Please read the Rainbow Poem(See class story on dojo). We would like you to be creative and put a piece of Art to go with the poem. How do you see Lockdown has been for you and can you show us by making a piece of Art however you want to! Please just send photos to us as we like to see all the creative work you have been doing. It helps to cheer us up
Thank you to all of you for your words of kindness, support and encouragement during these difficult times we have all been experiencing!
Mrs De-Kayne/ Mrs O’Maley/ Miss Rees.
29.6.20 – updated by sdk
We hope that you found the return to school videos useful and that you can see not a great deal has changed except for the number of table sin the room!
The home learning for this week is as follows:
Language: We would like you to think about Year 1 and looking back we want you to email us please what you have enjoyed the most about your year with us despite the Lockdown!
Maths: i would like you all to look at sharing out/ division. This something we would have done in readiness for Year 2 and so I would like you to have a go at solving the sharing out problems. I have put some guidance on the dojo system for you to look at to support you all. Please show the working out by drawing out the answer.
Science: The science is all about grouping/ sorting and using your thinking skills to sort out the seeds. Look at the vocabulary and see if you can things to go into each one of those sets?
Creative: After you have done the Science activity you can then use your seeds and make a picture using a variety of seeds. Please share your photos with us as we like to see what you have all been up to.
Welsh: Miss Rees has been doing some recorded Welsh with you – now you can put all your patterns together from this year and use Jit to record. See Class Dojo for the full instructions and an example of what to do.
We hope you are all keeping safe and we are looking forward to seeing most of you back next week.
Mrs S De-Kayne/ Mrs O’Maley/Miss Rees.
22.6.20 – updated by sdk
We hope you are all well and keeping safe. The work for this week is as follows:
Language:Can you create an Alliteration poem using animals of your choice. Please see the dojo class story on how to go about it. This is follow up work from last week that most of you did.
Maths:This weeks Maths is all about improving Mental agility. It is an activity called ‘Leap Frog’. It will help you to consolidate counting on in 10’s from any given number. If you find it too easy then count on in 20’s/ 30’s etc… and challenge yourself with 100’s.
Creative: Lots of you have been enjoying the creative side of your home learning and so this week can you create a collage of an animal and its habitat. Look at the examples we have provided for you to help you on your way.
Welsh:This weeks Welsh is linked to ICT on Jit5. Can you write about yourself as if you are an animal. Miss Rees has done a Slot Drillo this week for you to support you with this task and she has given examples on the dojo site. Enjoy and send in your work for comments.
Mrs De-Kayne/ Mrs O’Maley/ Miss Rees.
15.6.20 by sdk
The week ahead is as follows:
Language:After reading ‘The Zoo Vet’ powerpoint discuss the story with a family member and discuss what you liked and why about the story.
We would like you to have a go at an Alliteration game. The Dojo site explains what an Alliteration is and then you are ready to go!
Science We have organised a Scavenger Hunt for you.There is a reference sheet for you and we would like to find as many as possible. Let us know how you get on by sending us photos of you on the hunt.
Maths I have found some birds nests that were empty. Please have a look at them and tell me who lived in them? This is a creative challenge – we would like you to make your own birds nest for a garden bird. Look at the mathematical vocabulary and see what you can create. I will then try and guess which bird you have made your nest for!
Keep safe everyone!
Mrs De-Kayne/ Mrs O’Maley/ Miss Rees.
8.6.20 by sdk
Hope that you have all had a relaxing weekend despite the rain! We have been rather spoilt with the weather recently. The weeks home learning this week is linked to World Ocean Day where we are trying to raise awareness on how to look after our beautiful Oceans!
Language:A Comprehension linked to the Ocean Power point that has been uploaded. Lots of you have been asking for extra comprehensions and so we have combined the two together this week. Also, we would like you to do a Wanted Posterfor an animal of your choice and a bank of vocabulary has been put on for you to support you in this. Please send us your wanted posters to look at!
Maths: Who thought Maths could be so much fun but we would like you to make shortbread please if you can and get the children to weigh and measure the ingredients out. This will allow them to consolidate their skills on weighing.Hope you enjoy!
I have also done some worded problems for you and to support you I have given you a copy of the teachers notes to show you how to work through the Maths with your child.
Creative : We would like you to make a sock puppet. You can create an animal you would like and have fun role playing with it afterwards! Please REDUCE/ REUSE/ RECYCLE materials you don’t need to buy. If you don’t have socks use something else!
We would like to Thank you all for your hard work and support. We appreciate home learning is not easy and you must all be feeling a bit tired by now. We are here to support you. message on the dojos and we will reply during the course of the day.
Take care and keep safe!
Mrs S De-Kayne/ Mrs O’Malley and Miss Rees
1.6.20 by sdk
We hope that you have all had a restful half term and time away from the screens! The weather has been glorious and hopefully you will have had some quality family time as we continue with Lockdown. The week ahead is as follows:
Language: The Language task this week is linked to the Maths activity on sandwiched numbers. We would like you to make a healthy sandwich with your children and for them to use what we call ‘Bossy Verbs’ to describe how to make a sandwich. Please see the key word to use on the story board.
Photos of the healthy sandwiches would be appreciated!
Maths: On class story we have posted a Maths challenge to find the numbers in between the sandwich. If you find the numbers too easy then challenge yourself to create your own number sandwich using hundreds!
ICT: There is a wonderful space challenge for you using the Turtle to navigate your way through and have lots of fun! We are looking forward to seeing how you get on with your space mission.
Creative/ Welsh: We would like you to make an animal Bingo game. Having already found the Welsh names this will allow you to be creative and make a Bingo game to play with your family. Please post the photos as we would love to see how you get on.
PSE : I know you don’t have the Philosophy frog at home but we want you to do some deep thinking and discussion. The question for the week is Should we keep animals as pets? What do you think. Remember there is no right or wrong answer its all about your views and what you think. Share your views via an email with us!
Take care and make sure you get screen free time please and if you need any help please dojo us!
Mrs De-Kayne/ Mrs O’Maley/Miss Rees.
Updated 18.5.20 – by sdk
We hope that you are all keeping safe and well and trying to keep smiling! The week ahead is as follows:
Language You are going to become Zoo keepers and keep a diary of all your animals and what you need to do and at what time to care for them. Please send photos of your diary of as some of you have been doing put it onto the Portfolio on class dojo and we can comment and send back to you.
ICTYou are going to go on a mini-beast hunt around your garden and in the area and from the data you have collected we would like you to have a go at doing a pictogram. Please see details on the class story board as to how to go about inputting your data.
Maths From your walk you are going to have ago at drawing a Map of your route. You will be using positional language such as forward/ backwards. Quarter turn/half a circle etc.. You can be as creative as you like and you can make your map as you wish. Enjoy and have fun!
Welsh You are going to role play being an animal and ask what you would like to eat and drink in Welsh. We have done these patterns at home ans so it is a case of refreshing your memories. Think about the type of food your animal would eat and drink when answering the questions.
2 Big events this week:
1. It is Biodiversity week and our topic on Wild things has allowed us to think about our environment and how we can protect it.
2. On Friday it is a whole school activity to get us all moving! Lot’s of us have had a great deal of screen time but on Friday 22nd May we are going to put those away and join us all in Joy of Moving.
Please join us as a family in the fun and look at class story board for ideas!We would love photos of you as a family as long as you are happy for them to go on Twitter!
Mrs De-Kayne/ Mrs O’Maley/ Miss Rees
Updated by sdk- 11.5.20
Another week of home learning and we hope that you are all well and safe?
Language This week we would like you to design a home for an animal and write a set of instruction.Please look at the example we have put on class story for you. You can either do an animal that you have researched for your fact file or you can choose a different animal!
Maths This week we want you to go on a Ladybird hunt! You are not going to touch them but count the number of spots that they have. Your challenge is to find a ladybird with the most spots? See if you can beat mine that I found on the allotment! Once you find your lady bird you are going to double the number of spots and draw them out for us. I would like everyone to do doubling again 1-10. If you know 2 times tables you can double using this skill to challenge yourself!
Welsh We want you to go over the animal names and play a guessing game at home with your family. See the details on the class story.
Creative To make home learning more fun we want you to use recycled things to make a home for an animal of your choice. Send photos if you can!
Mrs De-Kayne/ MrsO’Maley/ Miss Rees
The sun is back out and I know the children are ready to get some fresh air again! The home learning this week is as follows:
Language- Please complete the fact files this week if you haven’t already and have fun putting them together in a little book type format. be creative and enjoy showing off all your hard work.
If you have already finished then could you do a little dairy of your day! You can do it as you wish but we want you to share with us what your day looks like now that we are not in school. Draw a little clock with o’clock/ half past and show us what you are doing from the moment you wake up.
Maths -For the last few weeks you have been busy learning your 10/5 and 2 times tables. This week I have created a ‘Stationary Shop’ challenge for you. Please show your working out when posting your work on Dojo for us to see. Use the skills you have been taught already draw out/ add on/ times tables. Now, you need to apply your skills to the task this week!
ICT – Please Email us as we are missing you! See the story board for your challenge and we are looking forward to reading your messages directly to us. We are also going to share with you on a score out of ten how we are feeling with our home teaching!
Creative- As you have been researching animals at Folly Farm we were wondering if you would like to do some face painting of your favourite animal/ make an animal mask if you prefer. We want a photo please of you!
Welsh – We thought you might like to link your time telling with a Welsh game outside in the garden with your family. See the story Board for full details on how to play the game and enjoy the sunshine!
Keep safe and we are missing you all!
Keep in touch please,
Mrs De-Kayen/ Mrs O’Maley/ Miss Rees
HOME LEARNING – APRIL 2020
Updated – 27.4.20 by sdk
We hope that you are all keeping safe and well? I think the sunshine is due to leave us today for a few days and so I think this weeks home learning is a bit more indoor based to support you all!
Language: Now that the children have researched their 5 animals this week you are going to make a fact file. You need to write in short burst some facts about your animals. There are a number of ways you can do that and the information is on class story for you. Keep the reading going along with spellings/ sound work please.
Maths: Having looked last week at weight/ height/ speed and size. This week can you make some top trump cards to play with your family using those categories. You can design your own cards with a little drawing and then these categories. Keep your cards safe for when we come back to school to play against your friends.
ICT: Your Hwb passwords have been given to you now individually by Mrs O’Maley. Please do NOT change the password. If you change it we will struggle to reset it for you. Have a look at the website and have a go at using some of the materials on their. Look at class story for further information.
Welsh: sentence patterns for the week are Beth wyt t’in hoffi? and Dw’in hoffi…What do you like / I like ?
I think that is plenty to keep you going this week. Please keep in touch with us and keep sending your lovely work for us to comment on!
Mrs S De-Kayne/ Mrs o’Maley/Miss Rees.
Updated – 20.4.20 by sdk
Now with the Easter break over we are going to start posting the next few weeks work for you on a weekly basis.
Our New topic for this term is Wild Things! We would have been going to Folly farm to visit the animals and learn about the different animals there and their habitats. Instead you can log onto their site and take a virtual tour of the farm.
Language :-We would like you to research 5 animals that live there and keep some notes on the animals as you will need this information next week. There are live webcams that you can access ( Please see dojo site for links)
Please keep reading everyday for 10 minutes if you can. They can read the facts they find out about the different animals and keep the handwriting going by taking notes.
Maths:This week we are doing measure and therefore as part of the 5 animals you are researching please note the following for Maths information Weight/Height/ Speed and size of the animals. Again, make a note of the data as you will need it for next weeks follow up Maths. I know a number of you are struggling to know what to do with the Maths and therefore we have put a link up for you on class dojos on how to access some little Abacus work books for you to work through with your child. Please drip feed the pages of the work book and then go over the questions if you can to check your child’s understanding on the topic.
Science: Wild Things is a science based topic and therefore the links we sent from the RSPB will now come in very handy. Please watch the little video clip on how to give Wild things a home and have fun making some of these homes. Be creative and post photos back to us via dojo to show us the homes!
Welsh: For this week we would like you to draw your favourite animals and name them in Welsh. Maybe make a little zig -zag book for you to share with your friends on your return to school. See the link on the dojo site please to support you.