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* Please see below for some fun activities you can complete with your child over the Easter holiday...
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Our new topic this week was 'All Around the World' next week we were going to continue with this topic focusing on polar regions. We were to read Penguin Pete by Marcus Pfister and Geronimo by David Walliams.

 

Our next Maths topic was to be Spatial Awareness followed by 2D and 3D shape.

 

How about trying this fun shadow drawing activity?

 

 

 

 

Or check out 

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCg_q6YX1y3DG8Ttu_7mJ12Q

 

We all love Get Squiggling as it is fun, achievable, great for fine motor skills and particularly good for listening to and following instructions.

 

 

 

Check out http://www.aceearlyyears.com/

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3o_w5NZWLH0&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR1J1rflVhVwzJIhIDzoix-JzQOnU5dlfjM2grEYw5mLEmK5YTWUGIvAaIY

 

 

New resource today (25.3.20) https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/early-years/

 

 

 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ivycjn9thWM Numbertime - Shapes Together (13.31 mins)
 
 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmkMnTcYYtQ&t=3s Number Jacks A Circle at Both Ends (14.03 mins)

 

 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcPqsOL9P4o Numbertime Patterns of 5 (13.17 mins)

 

I have added all sets of key words onto my homepage.

 

Don't forget our RWI Phonics lessons at home from Monday 23rd March:

Set 1 Speed Sounds at 9.30 am and again at 12.30 pm

Set 2 Speed Sounds at 10.00 am and again at 1.00 pm

Set 3 Speed Sounds at 10.30 am and again at 1.30 pm

Note: films are streamed live and won’t be available at other times.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

https://www.facebook.com/miskin.education/

 

Joe Wicks has announced he will run FREE online PE lessons on his YouTube channel. His live classes will be 30 minutes and run between 9am and 5pm every weekday and his workouts are suitable for everyone from young children to secondary school!

Get them up and motivated for the day 💪🏻💪🏻💪🏻

 

https://www.oliverjeffers.com/books#/abookaday/

 

Good news for those stuck at home in isolation: Audible is making hundreds of titles available for free during the coronavirus pandemic.

The audiobook platform has said that, for as long as schools are closed, anyone can listen to a vast selection of its titles. This means books read by Westworld’s Thandie Newton and Downton Abbey’s Dan Stevens are available to stream at no cost at all.

Simply visit stories.audible.com from any web browser to get started. No log-ins, credit card or passwords needed.

 

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/  Oxford Owl for Home are offering free resources to support learning at home

  • Advice and support for parents
  • Educational activities and games
  • Free eBook library for 3- to 11-year-olds

 

David Walliams is releasing an audio story every day for the next 30 days. First up is The Terrible Triplets! Enjoy. 

https://bit.ly/AudioElevenses

 

Carol Vorderman is offering free maths tutorials on themathsfactor.com

 

 

My email address is kirsten.leadbeater@waverley.newcastle.sch.uk if you need any assistance at all.

 

Stay safe everyone!

 

Kirsten Leadbeater

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Week beginning 16th March

This week we begin our All Around the World topic. We are starting with hot countries and will be reading The Crafty Chameleon by Mwenye Hadithi and Meerkat Mail by Emily Gravett.

 

 

 

We will complete our work on number bonds to 10 this week and the children have become  very good at remembering the partners to 10.

Week beginning 9th March

This week we will be following the adventures of Traction Man by Mini Grey.

 

 

With an action outfit for every occasion, Traction Man patrols the house. Whether he is saving toys (in latex space suit and Perspex helmet, teamed with Rocket Boots); searching the sink for the lost wreck of the sieve (in sub-aqua suit, fluorescent flippers and infra-red mask) or rescuing damsels in distress (in jungle pants, camouflage vest and a bandanna), Traction Man is never less than stylishly turned out and expertly accessorised. He is the last word in heroic fashion flair - until, that is, the day that he is presented with an all-in-one knitted green romper suit and matching bonnet by his owner's granny. Can Traction Man overcome the humiliation of his desperately dowdy new look and rediscover the action hero within or will the burden of the knitted green monstrosity be too great?

 

In Maths we will continue our work on number bonds to 10. Number bonds are simply the pairs of numbers that make up a given numberNumber bonds can also be called number partners or number pairs. Number bonds are a very important foundation for understanding how numbers work. ... Number Bonds 10 introduces the different combinations of numbers for the number ten.

We had great fun exercising for Sport Relief. We warmed up, danced with Debbie Doo, played the Freeze game, zoomed to the moon and then cooled down.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qgq8nZqYNmE

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2UcZWXvgMZE

 

Week beginning 2nd March

This week we will be continuing our topic Boom! Pow! Thwack! with Super Duck by Jez Alborough and Super Daisy by Kes Gray.

 

 

 

In Maths we are continuing our work on number bonds to 10.

 

On Thursday we have our 'Come and Read' event at 2.15pm. All family members are welcome!

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Week beginning 24th February

This week we begin our Boom! Pow! Thwack! topic which focuses on superheroes. We will be reading the books from the Supertato series by Sue Hendra.

 

In Maths we will be learning the number bonds to 10. Why are they important? Knowing your number bonds fluently up to ten is one of the foundations to more complex arithmetic such as adding and subtracting with the 'column methods' and mental addition and subtraction to 100 and beyond. They also help with addition and subtraction bridging 10.

 

 

 

How to practise number bonds at home

  • Give your child ten counters (Lego bricks, past shapes, buttons, sweets) and ask them questions such as: What do you add to 3 to make 10? What do you add to 2 to make 10? Encourage them to use the counters to work it out.
  • Print out number cards and ask your child to match them up into number pairs or number bonds (this can be done as a game of Snap). 
  • Write a list of ten numbers then time your child to see how long it takes them to write down the other number that makes up each pair (2 and 8; 5 and 5; 4 and 6). 
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