Good morning Chestnut Class!
I hope you had a lovely weekend with your families and managed to keep busy and active. It was rather breezy and we even had some sleet.
Here are your learning activities for Monday.
Let me know how you get on. Your parents and carers can email me with photos of your work and I can share it in our gallery.
Start a diary in your English book to record some of the things you have been doing at home. I’d love to know about any new skills you have learned or games you have played with your families. Try to write a paragraph about your first week of home learning.
Remember to read as much as you can while you are at home. You can choose all sorts of books. There are also plenty to choose from on Bug Club. If you need different books on there, I can change them for you if your parents email me.
You might like to use the back of your English home book as a reading record, to note down the book you are reading, the pages you read each day, and to make a comment about the story or book.
At 11am, David Walliams is reading a new story from the World’s Worst Children that you can listen to. There is a link in the resources section so that you can find it easily.
1. Telling the time
This week, I would like you to learn and practise how to tell the time using an analogue clock, as well as a digital clock.
Today, work with an adult to make sure you can read o’clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to. In the Resources section and below this message, there is a PowerPoint which helps to explain how to read a clock.
I have also put a virtual clock at the bottom of our main page which you can use to practise with.
Have you finished your Egyptian poster? If so, you can ask your parents to take a photo of it and email it to me. Then we can share some of our work online. Don’t worry if you have not finished it yet- but we would love to see it when you have completed it.
Easter is coming! At the moment, Christians are taking part in Lent, where they give up something nice in the 40 days before Easter. I am putting some information and activities to do with Lent below. You can read them online or print them if possible. There is a powerpoint to read at the bottom of this page, and a question activity sheet as well.
You can complete the written task in your English book or print the sheet to write on if you prefer.
Have a lovely Monday at Home School!