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Hello Badgers and welcome to your class page! Here you will find activities to help you carry on learning at home. Mrs Darbyshire & Mrs Stanhope are so proud of the progress you have made so far this year and know you will carry on being the very best you can be at home. 

We miss you lots, and know this may be a worrying time for some of you; hopefully this link may help explain to your children a little better about what is going on in the world currently - https://www.mindheart.co/descargables

 

***From Monday 20th April we will be putting 3 weekly activities for you on to the app/web page 'SeeSaw'.  This is something your child has used in class and will make it much easier for us to communicate with you all and help everyone! 

All you need to do is download the app or search for it on the internet. You will receive a text before Monday with a special code to help you get onto your child's activities.***

 

If anyone needs to contact us you can do so by emailing:

Darbyshirej1@hwbcymru.net 

StanhopeL1@hwbcymru.net

 

Please read the document below to find this week's home learning activities smiley

Week beginning: 1.6.20

Theme: Heroes  

Numeracy 

Literacy 

Topic 

This week we are learning to: 

Log into SumDog and use the games provided

 

As a school we are now using a new numeracy platform – SumDog – which will enable your children to play games and take part in online learning for maths.

 

Please see the announcement sent to your child’s seesaw to get your log in code.

 

Log in to the app/website and try out some of the games. Let us know which you enjoyed and how you got on.

 

Useful websites: 

https://pages.sumdog.com/

 

Links to HWB/SeeSaw:  

https://web.seesaw.me/ 

Here you will find the activities to complete this week

This week we are learning to:  

 write or talk about our favourite memories of the year.

 

Every year during summer term we ask you to think about what your favourite memories.

Even though this year is a little different, we still shared so many amazing times together!

Our time together this year has allowed us to create the best memories! From all the learning we have done together, all the books we have read, the stories we've learnt and written and all of the lovely experiences that we've had.

Look at the pictures and have a good think about your favourite time in school this year.

Once you have decided, write your response using the given template or you could record a voice note telling us what you enjoyed from our topics and special weeks!

 

 

Links to HWB/SeeSaw: 

https://web.seesaw.me/ 

Here you will find the activities to complete this week 

This week we are learning to: 

Create a healthy snack or meal, and become super fit with timed races

 

Carrying on with your superhero training this week, we want you to create a healthy snack or meal to ensure that superheroes become fit, healthy and have plenty of energy. Add pictures or instructions on how you made it onto seesaw for us to see!

Secondly, we would like you to become super active, speedy superheroes and practise your racing this week. Use a timer to record your races every day – think about which was your best race (fastest) and how did you do it? Are you best at running or skipping or hopping? Use the template to record your times and you could add a video of you racing!

 

Wellbeing:  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqZFz44AB78

Avengers warm up

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/puzzles/our-family-vegetable-quiz

Guess the vegetable game

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/makes/the-lets-go-club-name-nibbles

Melon kebab video

 

Links to HWB/SeeSaw: https://web.seesaw.me/ Here you will find the activities to complete this week. 

 

Week beginning: 18.5.20  

Theme: Heroes  

Numeracy 

Literacy 

Topic 

This week we are learning to: 

Practise measuring length using standard and non-standard units of measure.  

 

For our maths learning this week, we would like you to practise measuring length. Please look at the posters on Seesaw. The first will remind the children how we measure/ what equipment we can use and the second has some suggested activities to do. Choose the activities that your child would like to complete and add their work to Seesaw.  

 

Success Criteria  

When you are measuring with the children, remind them to:  

  • Look at the numbers carefully and make sure that they start with 0cm.  
  • Make sure that their ruler/ tape measure is straight and next to the item that they are measuring.  
  • Remember to add the unit of measure when they record their answer e.g. 10 cm. 
  • If they are using a non-standard unit (e.g. blocks/hands/ feet) make sure that they don’t have any gaps. Each block needs to be touching.  

 

Useful websites: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z48q6sg  

 

Links to HWB/SeeSaw:  

https://web.seesaw.me/ 

Here you will find the activities to complete this week. 

This week we are learning to:  

Practise reading and writing using set 2 RWInc sounds 

 

For literacy this week, we want you to refresh your memory on your set 2 sounds. We have provided a video on the activity on SeeSaw for you to watch Mrs Darbyshire and Mrs Stanhope go through the sounds. 

Use the template to think of words with the sounds in. You could then practise the sounds by playing bingo with them, making vocabulary cards of words with the sounds in, sorting the sounds and writing some sentences with the words in.  

 

Success Criteria 

Make sure you can: 

  • Use Fred Talk to read 
  • Use Fred in your Head when confident enough 
  • Use Fred Fingers when spelling words 

 

 

Useful websites: 

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/29317.html 

 

Links to HWB/SeeSaw: 

https://web.seesaw.me/ 

Here you will find the activities to complete this week 

This week we are learning to: 

Use a variety of materials to build a Superhero Den 

Lesson 1 : Building a Superhero Den 

It looks like you’ve been working hard to get you ready for your superhero duties!  

There’s just something missing… that’s it! Superhero Headquarters! 

 Lots of superheroes have a den, lair or hideout where they can observe from afar and wait for the call to go and help people in need.  

You can make your own den at home by using blankets, cushions and stable furniture like chairs or tables (make sure you ask an adult before moving any furniture). Why not add some wide sofa cushions to make doors? Large cardboard boxes can also a fantastic addition to a superhero den! How can you make it unique? Could you hang up your special superhero logo or some of the activities you’ve done for your superhero training so far?

 

Success Criteria 

  • Your Superhero Den must provide shelter 
  • It has to be safe 
  • Everybody must work together 

Wellbeing:  

https://youtu.be/Zm9qhyh4TJk  

Train like Captain America  

 

Links to HWB/SeeSaw: https://web.seesaw.me/ Here you will find the activities to complete this week. 

 

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If you don't have an email please feel free to message Mrs Stanhope directly on here:

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Listening to children  read is amazing but reading to them is so important! Read as many books as you can and explore the books and activities on Giglets using your child's log in. 
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