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Please use this area to find links to useful information and helpful websites, which will be listed in the specific subjects. We will be updating these and adding to them throughout the coming weeks.  Please use Seesaw for more specific work throughout the week, but these pages will also have resources on them if the children would like to use them. 

 

 

Summer Term 2 2020

Our topic this half term is based on journeys.  We will begin by thinking about journeys we have been on and then explore different ways of travelling.  Within this topic, we will also have a pirate themed week.  Towards the end of the term, we will look at our school journey so far and the journey into Year 1.  

 

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Summer Term 1 2020

Our topic for this half term is Growing and changing.  We start off this week by looking at minibeasts and seeing what we can spot in our local surroundings.  There is a list of activities you can do to support your child's learning in the key areas.  You don't need to complete everything and you may wish to develop your own activities.  The Literacy activities are on a separate plan in the Literacy section of the class page.  Any resources referred to on the plan (highlighted in yellow) are in the specific sections of the class page.  

Have fun and remember children learn best through play!

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Show and Tell

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There are also lots of great activities on this website linked to minibeasts.  

We have been exploring the story of The Hungry Caterpillar and look at what we have done:

Look what we have been doing this week

Story Time

Amazon have removed the need for any subscription for Audible. Kids everywhere can instantly stream stories. All stories are free to stream on their desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.

https://stories.audible.com/start-listen

Enjoy story time!

Phonics

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See the general list of activities to help children practise the skills they have been learning.  Additional tasks will be added to Seesaw as the week progresses.  

Please try to read daily with your child and go over the sounds in their sound books.  

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As part of our People who help us topic, you could think about how police officers help to keep us safe. 
Here are some suggested activities:

  • Make up your own set of rules- maybe others in your house will have to follow them!
  • Create an obstacle course for you and others to complete. You could do this outside and pretend your bike or scooter is an emergency vehicle.
  • Be a detective and solve different clues.
  • Police officers use fingerprints to find people so you could make your own picture using fingerprints. 
  • Draw a picture of a police officer and write a sentence about what he or she does.
  • Build your own police car using Lego or other construction materials.
  • Make your own siren sound using different objects as instruments.

 

Other activities you may like to do:

  • Can you find 16 objects, jump 16 times or draw 16 things?
  • Create Easter egg patterns.
  • Look for triangles, circles, squares and rectangles around your house.

Whatever you choose to do, have lots of fun and I look forward to seeing more pictures of smiling faces.

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