Your class teachers are:
Sycamore – Mrs Knight
Willow – Mrs Rogers
Beech – Mr Carter
Here are the new tasks prepared for you by your teachers to work on at home over the next couple of weeks. Your teachers suggest you work on these tasks 'little and often' - for about 20-30 minutes at a time to spread the tasks out. If you have any problems please contact your class teacher. If you need a printed copy please contact to arrange.
For great, child-friendly bee-related videos, check out Maddie Moate on YouTube. She also does a live daily science half hour at 11am daily which has been great, covering a range of different science activities, along with makes that you can try at home.
You are living through history right now! Have a look at this brilliant idea for a time capsule for your future self to look at. Click on the heading for a PDF full of great ideas.
Here are some other home learning links and resources for you to look at:
She also does a live daily science half hour at 11am daily which has been great, covering a range of different science activities, along with makes that you can try at home.
These activities go alongside the Maths and Literacy activities.
Your response to our home learning activities have been fantastic this year.
We have loved seeing them! Here are some more activities that you might want to complete over the coming weeks.
We are Celts!
· Design a Celtic Shield. There are some great ideas online to look at.
· Make the shield out of cardboard.
· Design the face paint of a Celtic warrior.
· Find out about Boudicca – horrible histories have some great videos about her.
· Make a roundhouse. Use the template to help you. Maybe you could create a village!
We are Beekeepers!
This is our new topic for the first half of the summer term.
· Draw and label a bee. Can you label the different parts?
· Bees are amazing! Can you find out some amazing facts? What do they do for us?
· Try some honey! What is honey? It might not be what you think!
· Can you create some art using hexagons?
· What is pollination?
· Make a bee!
· Plant some seeds that will attract bees!
· Have a look at the Quince Honey Farm website. Where is it?
· Send someone a kind message.
· Help a grown up cook a meal or bake a cake.
· Write a diary of your time away from school.
· Do a little bit of gardening.
These are just suggestions to help you over the next few weeks.
We hope to see you all very soon.