Hello Class One!
Thank you for sending in your weather reports and videos. It was great to see them.
Here is your home learning for this week. Have fun!
STAR OF THE WEEK!
This week, St George’s home learning team are going to be looking out for the home learning Star of the Week. This will be decided as a joint effort of the home learning staff, based on the home learning photos you send in, conversations/emails with the adults who ring you and your overall effort to being creative and enthusiastic about your learning. One child from each class will be selected.
For your English lessons this week, I have set you some different tasks. You are welcome to use the tasks I have previously set you if you enjoy them or think you need a bit more practise on them.
One of the new tasks I would like you to have a go at, are some of the lessons on BBC Bitesize Learning. Pick which ever lesson you like the sound of, this is mostly for year 1s but the reception are welcome to have a go.
Read these words with an adult. What words would you use to describe this monster?
Can you create your own monster and have ago at describing it?
Have a look at this recipe. Can you follow the instructions? Why not have a go?
Can you create a recipe or a set of instructions like this? You might want to challenge yourself further by adding sentences or key words.
History and Geography
For history and geography this week, I would like you to find out all about your local area. First of all, make sure you know what the work local means. Spend a bit of time discussing different examples of what is local and is not local to you. Next I want you to discuss what human features and physical features might be. An easy way I remember is, human features are buildings and structures made by humans and physical features are natural. You might come up with your own way on how to remember the difference.
Here are some ideas you could focus on when finding out about your local area:
- How old is your house? How many years ago was it built? Is it new or old? What is it made out of?
- What key physical (natural) and human (man-made) features does your local area have?
- What did your local area used to look like? Can you find any pictures or drawings?
Reception and Year 1 – Can you re-create your local area using resources? You might want to create a map of your local area, this could be a floor map, using your toys for different areas or even a paper map that you can draw. You could start off with your house and work outwards. See how far you can remember or maybe go out for a little walk and add to your map each day?
Science with Mrs Tortoriello
PSHE with Mrs Green
Art with Mrs Tortoriello
This week for PE, Mrs Waters has filmed something very special for you.
Have a lovely week and I look forward to hearing from you soon!