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WE ARE TEAM EMERALD!

 

 

HOME LEARNING FOR CHILDREN WHO ARE ISOLATING

 

Children with symptoms of Covid 19:

First of all, we hope you are feeling okay and have a speedy recovery.  smiley If your grown-ups think you are well enough to do some school work, please find it below.  If you are feeling really poorly, please just rest and recover.  

 

Children without symptoms of Covid 19 but have to isolate:

I'm sorry you have to be at home right now and not in class.  Is it strange being well, but not being in school?  I bet it is!  So we have some school work for you to do to keep you busy and learning during this time.  

Please keep all your work that you do while you are at home, and ask a grown-up to photograph all of your English and Maths that you have done in the week, and email into school at the end of the week.  Thank you!  

 

HOME LEARNING PACKS

We have made a pack for you to keep you busy learning.  

Take care everyone, and we hope to see you back in school happy and healthy very soon!

 

Here is a summary of the Home Learning we are suggesting.  Find more details and resources below.

 

DAILY:

  • Reading (10 minutes per day)
  • Writing (Writing activities given)
  • Maths (White Rose lessons)

 

WEEKLY:

  • Reading Comprehension Exercises (2 per week)
  • Spelling (Regular weekly spelling words)
  • Science (Oak National Academy)
  • Geography (Oak National Academy)

 

 

 

WRITING

Use the exciting story starters to write a story each day.

Try to write between a half page and one page of A4 each day if you can.

If you are struggling with this, there are alternate activities for each picture, so choose another activity.

There are many different story starters to choose from, so find ones that interest you the most.

READING COMPREHENSION

There are three different levels for each of these comprehension activities. 

Choose 1,2 or 3 stars. (3 stars is the hardest.)

MATHS RESOURCES - YEAR 3

Please watch the video and then complete the worksheet.

Week Beginning 12.10.20

 

Monday - TELLING THE TIME

There is not a video for this, but please find the worksheet below.

Then you can use this website with online games to practise telling the time (scroll down until you find the game with the teddybear in the top hat and click on PLAY GAME:

https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/116/telling-the-time

 

Tuesday - https://vimeo.com/463009983

 

Wednesday https://vimeo.com/464966035

 

Thursday https://vimeo.com/464967055

 

Friday

We are not having a year group Maths lesson today.  Please practise your number facts on this website: Number bonds up to 20, doubles and halves and and times tables

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

MATHS RESOURCES - YEAR 4

Please watch the video and then complete the worksheet.

Week Beginning 12.10.20

 

Monday https://vimeo.com/462718069

Tuesday https://vimeo.com/463005007

Wednesday https://vimeo.com/463005479

Thursday https://vimeo.com/463345973

Friday

We are not having a year group Maths lesson today.  Please practise your number facts on this website: Number bonds up to 20, doubles and halves and and especially times tables.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

 

SPELLING LISTS

SCIENCE

Learn about famous scientists from the Oak National Academy. 

Who are you going to choose?  Choose one per week.

GEOGRAPHY

The Oak National Academy have some lessons about local fieldwork, which beautifully suit our topic of 'Our Local Area'.

Please complete these lessons in order and do one lesson per week.

Meet the Emerald Teachers.mp4

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This is a short video introduction for 'Meet the Teachers'.
There are slides to look at below with details of Emerald Class' routines and the curriculum.

HOMEWORK

Children have a copy of their spelling words and reading record in their red Homework folders.  Find them below as well.

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