Today our learning is going to include English, Maths and R.E.
How about starting your day joining in with Joe Wicks’ P.E. lesson at https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1/featured. If you can’t join in with his live lesson, there are plenty of workout activities designed especially for children to carry out at home.
- Keep on practising your spellings. Use these as a way to practise your handwriting by writing each word five times.
- Think back to our visit to Chirk Castle. In your books write a TripAdvisor style review of the castle. Here is an example of a review looks like.
- Reading Eggs. Today I would like you to complete the next lesson on your maps.
- Education City – Phonics. Please carry on with the activities from yesterday.
- We’re thinking about Number this week, so I have found a Supermovers video for you to join in with and get you moving! Follow this link https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks1-maths-counting-with-john-farnworth/zbct8xs to join in.
- Then I would like you to copy and complete the following in your exercise books. You need to count on or back in 2, 5 or 10 from each number.
- Times Tables Rockstars. I would like you to spend at least 10 minutes practising your tables.
- If you want some extra maths to do, the test you did on Education City yesterday should have created a revision guide just for you. You can do some of these activities whenever you like.
Remind yourself of the Easter story. You could use this video to help https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/religious-studies-ks1-the-christian-story-of-easter/zhgv47h
Then, I would like you to create an Easter Card, using some of the symbols we have talked about that show the ‘true’ meaning of Easter. When you have completed your card, think about who you could give it to. If you want to post it to school we can then send it out to brighten up the day for people in the community who might not have any visitors at the moment.
Today’s recommendation for Audible is Rudyard Kipling’s Just So Story – How the Camel got his Hump.
Keep up the good work!