Tuesday 16th June
Tuesday 16th June
Good Morning Everyone! If you aren't returning to school today, don't worry - you can find home learning here!
As always - please remember to just manage what you can and take things at your own pace. There is no expectation that you need to complete absolutely everything, everyday.
Good Morning! Time to get active!
Join in with Joe Wicks, or another workout.
Or today try joining in with a Just Dance workout! This one was popular before, but there are plenty of other options on YouTube.
Remember to ask an adult to help you look and adhere to our online safety guidance.
Continue working on money today. There are explanations under each activity for each year group.
Writing - A Woodland Walk in Spring
Today you are going to use your ideas from yesterday to create a woodland walk description. We are going to focus on use of vocabulary and descriptive language, so try to keep this as your main focus. The FANTASTIC lenses will help you to focus your ideas. Try to write about each one and then move onto a new lens, so that your ideas are grouped.
- Write a couple of sentences for each FANTASTIC.
- Make sure you have capital letters, full stops and commas in the correct place.
- Focus on neat handwriting, paying attention to the sizing of your letters. Remember, capital letters should be bigger than other letters.
- Challenge yourself to use conjunctions and adjectives. And perhaps even some adverbs to add interest to your writing. You may also want to refer to the senses mats I included yesterday.
Reading and Phonics/ Spelling
- Spend 10 minutes reading a book of your choice from Collins Connect.
- Work on your spellings on Spelling Shed.
Year 1 and Year 2
- Spend 10/15 minutes on ReadTheory.
- Spend 10 minutes on Spelling Shed.
Afternoon - PE
For your PE this afternoon, work on your fitness!
- Can you do 10 of each of these exercises?
- Can you challenge yourself to do more than 10 of a certain exercise?
- Can you stay active for at least 30 minutes?
Every day we will give you a suggested mindfulness or well-being activity. This is just an idea and is optional.
Carrying a sense of calm in your hand.
1) First trace your hand on a sheet of paper
2) Think of a positive memory that would help you feel safe and calm, to remember even in the midst of stressful and difficult times.
3) Write each of the five senses (seeing, hearing, tasting, touching, smelling) on each of the five fingers. You might need an adult to help.
4) Draw and/or write about the memory in the palm of the hand.
5) Identify how the memory is experienced using each of the five senses on each finger and write or draw a picture for each.
6) Lastly, talk about how thinking of this memory can help you feel a sense of safety and inner calmness despite outer life circumstances.