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Mr Broomfield’s Class

Working from Home

Monday 6th April - Friday 17th April

Phonics – Reading at home with parents, sounding out words and attempting to blend. Use Reading Eggs to complete the lessons and find books to read.

Watch Mr Thorne Does Phonics clips on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WaxZN4BZjgc – looking at the ‘er’ sound. Practice sounds and make words.

Write words associated with Easter and try to break each word into Phonic sounds and find out how many sounds make up each word.  Remember your phonemes and diagraphs. 

RE – Easter, recount the story of Easter and draw a picture or colour a picture of Jesus rising to heaven. Create some Easter crafts or paint some eggs. Write an acronym poem using the letters    E A S T E R.  Think about what the egg and the cross represent.

PSHE – Global Awareness – use rubbish that cannot be recycled to create something that represents Easter, such as plastic milk bottles to make an Easter bunny.

Science – Research materials – look at materials around your home for creating an Easter toy (bunny, fluffy chick, egg holder and flower pot).

English – Use Reading Eggs, log on and complete the lessons, tests, and any allocated activities.  Use the Reading Eggs library to read books and answer the quizzes.

Create an Easter card – write an Easter poem inside.  Write a daily diary about what you have done each day.  Write a list of the different Easter eggs you get.

Maths – Use Sumdog, log on and complete the challenges.  Identify how much each Easter egg costs you receive.  Add the cost of each Easter to find out how much all your Easter eggs cost.  Look at each of your eggs and the boxes they come in and workout what 3D shape makes up each.

PE – Use Go-Noodle, create a personal account and get moving!  Email your level up certificates to show me your progress.

Practice gymnastic positions – create your own Easter dance sequence.

Food Tech – Baking at home with parents, or help prepare the dinner.  Make hot cross buns.

Communication – Use Newsround to play ‘In the News’ and get talking about the news stories and what types of news they are. Look at Newsround quizzes and play with family.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/quizzes

With your family learn Easter Makaton signs with this son on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMJSBa_1UL4.  Keep practicing your Makaton with Singing Hands on ‘YouTube’.  

Independence and Personal Skills – Help out around the house, get dressed completely by yourself, make the bed, sort the washing, dust or vacuum.  Practice brushing your teeth, hair or tying shoelaces.  Put the bins out and wash your hands.

IT – Identify all the ICT equipment in your home and write a list, demonstrate how to use items safely and correctly.  Think about technology other than just screens like iPads and computers, what other technology do we rely on? https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zbhgjxs/resources/1

Search the internet for Easter activities and the Easter story.

Make a database of your Easter presents/eggs.

 

Monday 23rd March - Friday 3rd April

 

Phonics – Reading at home with parents, sounding out words and attempting to blend. Use Reading Eggs to complete the lessons and find books to read.

Watch Mr Thorne Does Phonics clips on YouTube. Practice sounds and make words.

RE – Easter, recount the story of Easter and how we celebrate. Create some Easter crafts or paint some eggs. Bake hot cross buns.  Think about what the egg and the cross represent.

PSHE – Global Awareness – look at different ways we affect the earth in a positive and negative way. Make posters to show how and why we need to recycle, the impact global warming has on the earth and our impact on the earth.

https://bit.ly/2IVntzj

https://bbc.in/2TYH1ck

Science – Research materials – focussing on properties and  materials which make up objects  https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zryycdm

English – Use Reading Eggs, log on and complete the lessons, tests, and any allocated activities.  Use the Reading Eggs library to read books and answer the quizzes.

Writing postcards to family and friends about what you doing.  Write a daily diary about what you have done each day.

Maths – Use Sumdog, log on and complete the challenges.  Identify and count coins and notes, ‘pay’ for items or be the shopkeeper and give change.  Find ‘shapes’ around the house, how many can you list?  Look up the prizes of items from catalogues.

 https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zp8dmp3

Work on shapes 2D and 3D – everyday shapes

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/search?q=ks1+maths+shapes

PE – Use Go-Noodle, create a personal account and get moving!  Email your level up certificates to show me your progress.

Practice gymnastic positions – straight, pike, tuck, star and straddle.

Food Tech – Baking at home with parents, or help prepare the dinner J

Communication – Use Newsround to play ‘In the News’ and get talking about the news stories and what types of news they are. Look at Newsround quizzes and play with family.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/quizzes 

Teach families the Makaton signs we use within school.  Watch Singing Hands on ‘YouTube’.  https://www.youtube.com/user/SingingHandsUK

Independence and Personal Skills – Help out around the house, get dressed completely by yourself, make the bed, sort the washing, dust or vacuum.  Practice brushing your teeth, hair or tying shoelaces.  Put the bins out and wash your hands.

IT – Identify all the ICT equipment in your home and write a list, demonstrate how to use items safely and correctly.  Think about technology other than just screens like iPads and computers, what other technology do we rely on? https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zbhgjxs/resources/1

Research what are databases - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zf2f9j6/articles/z8yk87h

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