Bug Club is a way for children to read books and complete activities which focus on spelling, grammar and phonics.
Children also get the opportunity to complete activities and play educational games as a reward for completing tasks set by their class teacher.
The video below explains how to use Bug Club.
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Today we found 5 clues in our playground. We investigated each clue to see who might have dropped them. There were golden eggs and feathers, gold coins, magic beans, a packet of yeast with a bread recipe using ground bones, … Continue reading
Over the holiday, don’t forget to read lots. You could make a list of the books you have read and share them with your class when you get back.
Practise counting in twos, fives, tens and threes and try having a go at learning your times tables.
If you visit anywhere special, you could write about your visit, ready to share with the class when you get back. Don’t forget to use capital letters and full stops!
We hope you all have a restful Easter Holiday.
This term in computing we have been building a range of skills. We have learned how to log on to the computer (and the importance of keeping passwords and usernames to ourselves). Then we learned how to create a document using publisher. We practised lots of skills including adding a text box, changing the font, inserting a picture and saving a document.
As during this half term we also had a visit from the Fire Brigade we combined our new skills with what we learned from the fire brigade to make fire safety posters. You can see them here:
We made eggs out of clay and decorated them and made bunny ears.
We went on an Easter egg hunt – to the park!
We met a real life Easter Bunny and he told us where he had hidden some eggs…
…And we all found one!
We then went to the play park for even more fun!
Happy Easter everyone!
Here’s Year 4’s home learning for the Easter holidays. Have a lovely break and we look forward to seeing you, well-rested, in the Summer term!t2-e-283a-book-review-template-ks2-lined Easter holidays
Nursery went on an Easter Bunny hunt!
We took orange, purple and white carrots to entice the bunny!
We lined up and held hands with our partners.
We looked to see if the bunny was under the bridge. He wasn’t there!
We looked in the play park. He wasn’t there.
John found some binoculars. He couldn’t see the bunny anywhere!
We spotted something in the distance….
The Easter Bunny!
We gave the bunny his carrots. He liked the purple one the best.
The bunny made an easter egg hunt for us. We searched for eggs in the woodland area- they were yummy!
Then we walked home in the rain and got very wet! When we got back to nursery we had a nice warm milk to warm us up.
Did you like our adventure? Tell your family about it.
Practise telling the time. We have been looking at O’clock and half past times.
How do you know when it is 8 O’clock? Where are the hands? What about half past 8?
You could use the clock you made to practise this.
You could wear a watch over the holidays to help you practise too.
What time do you get up? Have breakfast? A bath? Lunch? Dinner? Brush your teeth?
You could write down the times you do different things each day.
Have a fabulous holiday Year 1 and see you all in two weeks time!
5C completed there Computing work this week and were are able show off some fantastic 3D art galleries. Using the 3D design programme, Sketch Up, the class put together structures, designed their own furniture and sculptures and added some art to the walls.