Please listen to your child reading to you for 10 minutes every day.
In English this week we learned about the
lifecycle of a penguin.
Could you pick another animal or insect to research and learn about their lifecycle?
This week in Maths we have been practising
Addition and Subtraction.
At home have a go at working out these number sentences. Start with the green ones and challenge yourself with the blue ones! To help work them out, you could make your own number line to jump backwards along or you can also use real objects (e.g. toy cars) to count and takeaway.
If your child completes any home learning please bring it in to school or email a photo to your child’s class teacher via:
This week we have been learning all about Penguins!
We read this story, enjoy it together at home 🙂
History we have been learning about David Attenborough and his fascinating life! We ordered photos and created a timeline for the different years of his life.
For your home learning this week can you make your own timeline of photos from your life? You could also make a timeline of someone in your family!
Find a photo of you as a baby, then a toddler and then now as a child – put them in the correct order and take a photo of the timeline to share at school.
If you don’t have any physical photos you can draw pictures or make a timeline on the computer using photos.
To continue our ‘
Eggs let’s get cracking‘ topic you could have a go at making meringues at home! Follow the recipe below and make a sweet treat to enjoy at the weekend.
Ask your adult to send photos of your home learning to
This week in English we are making omelettes! We are also making a recipe map and then will write out the recipe in full.
Over the weekend, have a go at making an omelette at home you could pick different fillings from the fillings we had in school!
This week in Maths we are learning about 2D shapes and 3D shapes. One of our activities this week has been going on a shape hunt around the school.
This week you could go on a shape hunt at home! See how many of the different shapes below that you can find!
Please listen to your child reading every day for at least 10 minutes 🙂
We find it best if the children get used to keeping their reading books in their bookbags so they come to school every day and are available for reading and for books to be changed.
PE kits should be in school for indoor PE lessons (1L on a Wednesday and 1G on a Thursday)
Monday until half term children can wear their PE kits and trainers all day at school for their tennis lessons.
Please remember to listen to your child reading, for 10 minutes every day!
Your child can also use Bug Club as an extra reading resource:
Last Friday we made pancakes! This week in
English we are creating ‘recipe maps’ using the recipe that we followed.
Have a go at making pancakes at home and tell us which toppings you choose! 🙂
This week in
Maths we have been practising addition. At home challenge yourself to complete as many of these number sentences as you can!
Remember you can use objects to help you or a number line/100 square.