Highfield Primary School

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Class 3 Previous Home Learning

 

Please find previous weeks' home learning below...

Week beginning 13/7/2020

Monday  

Phonics:

  • Warm up with your daily game from your June Phonics timetable.
  • Watch an appropriate level of RWI video from Ruth Miskin Training, the creators of RWI.
  • Finish off with a game of your choice from Phonics Play website. (username: march20 password: home) or reading a fun comic here.

 English:     This week in English we are going to be working on a booklet that you can keep to look back at all of the great things you have done this year in Class 3. The booklet can be downloaded here for you to work on. We will be looking at different pages of the booklet each day and by the end you should have a wonderful memory to keep for ever. It's really important therefore that you try your best with this, your neatest handwriting and best spelling, and of course don't forget those capital letters. The first 2 pages of the book are for you to colour in and draw your own pictures in, so these can be completed whenever in the week you fancy. Stuck for ideas for what to fill in? Check out this sheet here to help jog your memories.

Year 1 and Year 2

  • Look at the page titled 'my favourite things'. When filling out this book don't just jump straight in and fill it in without thinking and planning. Have a brainstorm of different ideas for each category. This could be done verbally by discussing it with your adult, writing ideas down on a large piece of paper, or using post it notes to write individual ideas down. Once you have your ideas write them down, trying to make your answers more exciting using some good adjectives.
  • Repeat the same process for the next page called 'what I like about being in class 3'. There are 4 bullet points in the list, so this means that you need to write down 4 answers. You are not writing a big passage for this page, just 4 short sentences, so think and plan carefully what you are going to write before you start.

The Year 1 Bubble have done this 

Maths:

Year 1

  • Watch Summer term week 5 Lesson 1: Comparing length and height and get the activity sheet and answers here.
  • Have a look at this fun game looking at the language used to compare length and height. Can you compare and order some objects that you find around your house from longest to shortest? Its important to use a variety of language when comparing length and height such as tallest, biggest, longest, higher, lower, shortest, smallest etc.

The Year 1 Bubble have done this 

Year 2

  •  Watch Summer term week 4 Lesson 1: adding and subtracting tens and get the activity sheet and answers here.
  • The key to being able to do these types of questions is knowing your counting by 10s really well, so refresh yourself on this if you are struggling.

Tuesday 

 

Phonics: 

  • Warm up with your daily game from your June Phonics timetable.
  • Watch an appropriate level of RWI video from Ruth Miskin Training, the creators of RWI.
  • Finish off with a game of your choice from Phonics Play website. (username: march20 password: home) or reading a fun comic here.

 

English:

Year 1

  • Look at the page titled 'My best memory'. For this page you are going to have to write  a passage, not just a short sentence. Since you are talking about a memory, you will need to write in the past tense. So remember this might mean that some words need to use the -ed suffix. Only write about one memory but make sure that you write about it in order, so if you are writing about our school trip you can't write about eating the pizza before you have written about eating it. This page is like a mini recount of the best thing you did in Class 3. 
  • Plan what you are going to write before you start, using the techniques from Monday.
  • You need to use the word 'because' in at leas one of your sentences to explain why you liked this activity the most. The word 'because' is a conjunctive just like 'and' and so should be used in the middle of a sentence, never at the start of a sentence. You should also only use one of them in each sentence. 

The Year 1 Bubble have done this 

Year 2

  • Complete the work as for Year 1, remembering to add in your conjunctive 'because'.  As you are writing about an event in the past and describing it, try and make your writing more exciting by adding in some sentence openers such as 'first' 'then' 'suddenly' etc.

Maths:

Year 1

  • Watch Summer term week 5 Lesson 2: Measuring length (1) and get the activity sheet and answers here.
  • Practise measuring different items around your house with non-standard units such as cubes or counters. What do you do if the object does not measure an exact number of cubes? Why do you think that this is not the best method of measuring things? What would be a better method?

The Year 1 Bubble have done this 

Year 2

  •  Watch Summer term week 4 Lesson 2: add 2-digit numbers and get the activity sheet and answers here.
  • Take your time when answering these questions as they can be a little bit tricky, but be methodical and you can do it!

 

 Wednesday 

Phonics:

  • Warm up with your daily game from your July Phonics timetable.
  • Watch an appropriate level of RWI video from Ruth Miskin Training, the creators of RWI.
  • Finish off with a game of your choice from Phonics Play website. (username: march20 password: home) or reading a fun comic here.

 

English:

Year 1

  •  Look at the page titled 'My favourite lessons'. You can either choose to write about one particular favourite lesson, or your favourite subject in school. As always plan your ideas out so that you know what you are going to write.
  • In the box underneath you are going to draw a picture of you taking part in your favourite lesson. Once you have drawn it you need to label the various parts of the picture. Labelling is an important skill that comes up in lots of topics. The most important thing to remember is that no matter which way the line points you always write your words forwards, from left to right. There is a tendency for children to write labels backwards if the line points out to the left of the image. If you are still unsure, practise before doing it for real on your booklet. 
  • Have a look through some non-fiction books or texts at hoe and see how many examples of labelling you can find.

Year 2

  • Complete the work as for Year 1 but as well as labelling your picture add a caption to the bottom. Captions are often found accompanying images in non-fiction works. A caption is a short sentence that describes the picture. Have a look in some books at home and see if you can find any examples to give you some inspiration.

 

 

Maths:

Year 1

  • Watch Summer term week 5 Lesson 3: measure length (2) and get the activity sheet and answers here.
  • Have a go at this great game to practise your measuring in cm. Can you also practise for real using a ruler or tape measure at home. Remember you must always make sure the end of the object lines up with the end of the ruler that shows 0cm.

Year 2

Thursday 

Phonics:

  • Warm up with your daily game from your July Phonics timetable.
  • Watch an appropriate level of RWI video from Ruth Miskin Training, the creators of RWI.
  • Finish off with a game of your choice from Phonics Play website. (username: march20 password: home) or reading a fun comic here.

 

English:

Year 1 and Year 2

  • Look at the page titled 'My Achievements'. Personally I feel that this is the most important page in the whole book. Everyone should have so many achievements from this year as you have all been fantastic and grown so much over the year. Try to think of 3 different types of achievements for the year. One could be an academic one, to do with your learning, so something that you have got better with in your school work like better handwriting, remembering your full stops, being able to add 3 numbers together etc. The next one should be something in school but not school work, could be behaviour like being green all term or all week, getting hot chocolate with the head teacher, being voted onto school council or as a reading ambassador, making new friends, putting your hand up more etc. The final one is up to you, but could be to do with PE, Woodland Wednesday, making something in free choice time, something you did at a school club, something from our school nativity, trying a new food...whatever, it's up to you.
  • Make sure you try and give a reason using the conjunction 'because' for at least one of your achievements.   

Maths:

Year 1

  • We have already looked at lesson 4 which is a repeat of an earlier lesson looking at weights. Let's practise something else that we haven't looked at for a while, our 3D shapes!
  • Watch this song here to refresh your memory about the name of some of the common 3D shapes (I know that this song is  a favourite for some of you!)
  • Have a look at this game here. Switch the slider to 3D shapes and see if you can guess what the 3D shapes are from the small amount that you are able to see. When you think you know, make your guess then click on the eye to see if you were correct.
  • Show what you have learnt with this activity sheet here.

Year 2

Friday  

Phonics:

  • Warm up with your daily game from your July Phonics timetable.
  • Watch an appropriate level of RWI video from Ruth Miskin Training, the creators of RWI.
  • Finish off with a game of your choice from Phonics Play website. (username: march20 password: home) or reading a fun comic here.

  

 

English:

Year 1

  • Look at the last page titled 'My best friends'. There are 2 parts to this. This first part is for you to name who are your friends at school. These don't have to be just friends from our class, they could include friends from your 8, from another class in your year group, someone you play with at break or lunchtime, or someone from a school club that you go to. Try to only include friends that go to our school, as this is about Highfield. Remember that when writing people's names they always have a capital letter at the start.
  • For the second part you need to explain hwy you like these people. Try to include as many adjectives as possible to describe their personality, such as kind, happy, smiley, funny or helpful.

Year 2

  • Complete the work as for Year 1 but when describing your friends try to use commas to separate 2 adjectives in the same sentence.

Maths:

Year 1

Year 2

  •  Have a go at the Summer term week 4 Friday Challenge, focusing on questions 1, 2 and 3.

Science

  • Lets draw together all of the work we have done recently on animals and their habitats to look at making your own animal fact files. Choose an animal that you want to research and make the fact file sheet on. You might need to do some additional research on your animal as you might not know the answers to all of the questions. You could do research online, in an encyclopaedia or in a book you have about animals, the choice is yours. Why stop at one fact file, make several and then you can staple them together with a front cover and you have made your very own non-fiction animal book.
  • Fancy a little animal learning fun? Have a go at playing this animals top trumps game here with your family. Who will win?

 

Theme

  • We have been looking at how bicycles and trains have changed over the years, but now let's look at a form of transport that is a bit more exciting...the aeroplane! Have you ever been on an aeroplane? how did it look like? how did you feel when you travelled on it?
  • Have a look at this power point about the invention of the early aeroplanes. What did you think of some of the earlier failed attempts on the video, did you think they would work? Why not?
  • Have a go at acting out the role play described on the power point. You might need to get your family to join in and help you. Can you take a video of it and send it in to me on the class 3 email address? 

 The Year 1 Bubble have done this 

PSHE

  • It is so important to keep our bodies healthy. We have looked before at why exercise is good for us, both to keep us physically healthy and to improve our mental well being. But we also need to think about what we are eating and make sure that it is healthy as well. It is ok to have treats sometimes but we must make sure that we balance this by having a healthy diet with lots of fruit and vegetables, as well as other healthy foods to help us grow fit and strong.
  • Have a look at this power point looking at healthy eating. Talk about what you have learnt with an adult. Do you eat from all of the food groups? Now have a go at sorting healthy and unhealthy foods with this fun game here.
  • If you want to take this further, why don't you ask your adults at home if you can help them plan some healthy meals for your family to eat this week? Make sure you include foods from all of the food groups. Can you even help them to cook the meals?

 

Wellbeing

  • It has been really hard for all of you not being able to go to school and having to spend lots of time at home instead of with your friends. However, it has also been really hard for your parents/carers who have not only had to all their normal work and jobs around the house but also teach you your learning. This week it would be lovely if you could make them a card to say thank you for all the hard work they have put into making your home learning and fun and educational as possible. Think about what you want to say in your card, what is it that they have done for you that you want to say thank you for. Once your adult has explained the activity, see if you can make the card without them seeing it, tell them that you need to work on it on your own as then that will make the card more special. Think about how you can decorate the front of it, can you use any special pens or stickers that you have, or just draw some beautiful pictures. Then think carefully about what you are writing inside. What you write is more important than your spelling being correct for this special card, so if you get stuck use your phonics and just try your best. How are you going to give it to your adult?

 

DT

  • A couple of weeks ago you planned and designed your train. This week you are going to make it. Gather lots of junk model materials or model building materials and make your train, looking carefully at your plans and design criteria (the 3 things that you wanted your train to be/do) while you make it.
  • After you have made your train you need to evaluate it. Start by thinking of your design criteria, does you train meet them all? Give them a tick or a cross for each. Then think about what improvements you would want to make for next time. Finally give it a rating out of 5.

 

Computing

  • Let's finish off our work looking at internet safety and keeping your personal details safe by watching the last in the series about hector and his gang here on Youtube (if you didn't do the computing part of the project week last week make sure you watch episode 4 here before watching number 5!) 
  • Talk with your adult about what you have learnt from watching Hector and his friends over the past 5 weeks. What is your personal information? Who should you give it out to? Who is a trusted adult? What should you do if something on a computer or the internet asks for your personal details?
  • Make an internet safety poster using all of the information that you have learnt, helping people to know what to do and what not to do on the internet. Remember to use lots of colour and big writing to make it eye catching.

Week beginning 06/7/20

This week it's project week. Follow this link here to see the two options of projects for KS1 children, either 'Oh I do like to be beside the seaside' or 'Awesome Africa'. Each project has an exciting range of English, maths and foundation subject activities linked to the theme for you to choose from. You do not need to do all of them (although don't let us stop you!) just pick the ones that you and your child find inspiring. Please try and continue with daily reading and phonics while it is project week as these are invaluable for you child's learning. Enjoy your project and please send me lots of lovely photos and videos of what you have been up to!

Week Beginning 29/6/20

Monday  

Phonics:

  • Warm up with your daily game from your June Phonics timetable.
  • Watch an appropriate level of RWI video from Ruth Miskin Training, the creators of RWI.
  • Finish off with a game of your choice from Phonics Play website. (username: march20 password: home) or reading a fun comic here.

English: 

Year 1:

  • For the next few weeks we are going to be doing some work on a story about a rhino called Ronald. This will be in addition to our handwriting, SPaG and reading comprehension work each week. 
  • Have an adult read the story of Ronald the Rhino to you. After you have finished the story talk about what you think the story was about, who were the main characters, what happened in the beginning middle and end of the story. Discussions like this are really useful for helping the children understand and remember the story better.
  • Now lets think about the 3 main characters in the story. Have a look at this worksheet that you are going to be doing, describing the characters. What does it mean when it talks about describing their personality? Can you come up with a helpful word bank of adjectives that you might need to describe the character's appearance and personality? Here is my word bank to get you started, but what other words could you add?

 

  • Fill in your character descriptions with as many words as you can think of. You will be using this tomorrow to write a short passage about one of the characters, so as always the more detail to put in now the easier it will be tomorrow.

 

Year 2

  • Complete the work as set for year 1. However, when looking at my word bank have a careful look at all of the words. Do you know what they all mean? if there are some that you are not sure about try looking them up in a dictionary at home, ideally a children's dictionary if you have one. using a dictionary is an important skill that you will be using in the junior school frequently, so it is  good idea to start practising now.

 

Maths:

Like last week Year 1 and Year 2 maths are now separate on the White Rose website. Simply click on the link to be taken to the correct year groups page, scroll down to the bottom and click on the week that I have set for you. Then choose the correct lesson. Enjoy!

 

Year 1:

 

 Year 2:

 

 

Tuesday 

 

Phonics: 

  • Warm up with your daily game from your June Phonics timetable.
  • Watch an appropriate level of RWI video from Ruth Miskin Training, the creators of RWI.
  • Finish off with a game of your choice from Phonics Play website. (username: march20 password: home) or reading a fun comic here.

English:

Year 1:

  • Have your adult re-read the story of Ronald the Rhino to you, and try and join in on the bits that you remember from yesterday.
  • Now play a game where one of you has to describe one of the characters from the story, and the other person has to guess which one you are talking about. How soon can you guess it? Be careful though, you only get 1 shot and if you get it wrong the other person gains a point! Then swap the roles over.
  • Look at your adjective that you wrote yesterday. Choose your favourite character and you are going to imagine that they have gone missing. It is your job to create the missing posters for them, complete with hand drawn picture and description. You want the description to be as clear as possible so that people will know exactly who to look for. Try and include all of the adjectives that you wrote yesterday, as well as a few extras. As always, good handwriting, full stops and capital letters, especially if it is someone's name, are essential. Use this template for your poster or create your own.

Year 2:

  • Complete the work as for Year 1 but as always remember to be stretching your sentences with connectives such as 'and' 'but' and 'because'. Can you turn your adjectives into expanded noun phrases? Can you add in an exclamation mark to make your work more exciting?

 

 Maths:

Year 1:

 

 

Year 2:

  • Watch Summer term week 3 Lesson 2: compare number sentences and click on Get the activity.
  • Its really important to concentrate when you are doing the work today. You are applying work that you have done over the last few weeks, looking at additions, subtractions, greater than and less than, and it's easy to make a mistake. Always remember to take your time and check your work carefully when you are done. If it helps you to use objects such as counters when working out the answers then that is fine.

 

  Wednesday - Don't forget Trafford's Virtual Sport's day. This is a day for all children to get involved in a sport day like experience from home. There are 6 challenges to be carried out over the course of the day, and they can be found here on this power point or check out these challenge videos on the youtube page here. This is a competition for all Trafford schools and we want to get as many points for Highfield as possible, so here is how you can submit your results for the league table from home. Let's try and get Highfield on top! As always, any photos of videos can be sent to the class email address

Phonics:

  • Warm up with your daily game from your July Phonics timetable.
  • Watch an appropriate level of RWI video from Ruth Miskin Training, the creators of RWI.
  • Finish off with a game of your choice from Phonics Play website. (username: march20 password: home) or reading a fun comic here.

English:

Year 1 and Year 2:

  • Good handwriting is really important as if we don't form our letters correctly then it can mean that it takes us longer to write, our writing is messy and hard to read, and it will stop us being able to learn joined up writing in later years. Let's have a look at some handwriting today.
  • Have a look at your work from the last few days with an adult and decide on 2 or 3 letters that you think you need to work on. This might be because you have formed them backwards, or maybe started at the wrong point in the letter, or the don't sit where they should on the line (remember about your ascenders such as 'd' and your descenders such as 'g'), they are the wrong size or simply they are not as neat as your other letters.
  • Have a look at this fantastic handwriting website. Start by doing the 'follow' exercise for the letters you are focusing on, then move onto 'press and follow' then look at 'free draw'. You can also practise using your 'magic finger' to form the letters in the air, on your hand, on someone’s back or even on the carpet.
  • Now practise writing out these letters for yourself. If you feel confident then try practising writing a few lines of each letter on some lined paper (note the paper must have lines so that children can practise sitting the letter correctly on the line and sizing it relevant to the line size. Handwriting should also be done with a sharp writing pencil rather than a pen at this age.) Then when you are done look back with an adult and pick out your best version of each letter. Is it better than the ones you looked at earlier from yesterday? If you don't feel confident forming the letters straight onto your paper chose the corresponding letter sheet from these to work on first. 
  • Remember that handwriting is best learnt by doing small amounts each day, so try to fit in a 5 or 10 minute session every day if possible. 

Maths:

Year 1:

  • Watch Summer term week 4 Lesson 3: Add and subtract word problems and get the activity and answer sheet here.
  • It can be tricky getting your head around the correlation between a word problem and the number sentence that you need to write to help you answer the problem. Practise this by asking an adult to create a word problem for you and then try and work out whether it is an addition or subtraction number sentence you need, then try to write it down and then have a go at working out the answer. Keep going with this until you feel confident.

 

 Year 2:

  • Watch Summer term week 3 Lesson 3: related facts and click on Get the activity.
  • When looking at these questions always try and think about what patterns you can spot. Maths is all about spotting certain patterns, and especially here it will help you a lot. Discuss the patterns you can see with your adult.

 

 

Thursday 

Phonics:

  • Warm up with your daily game from your July Phonics timetable.
  • Watch an appropriate level of RWI video from Ruth Miskin Training, the creators of RWI.
  • Finish off with a game of your choice from Phonics Play website. (username: march20 password: home) or reading a fun comic here.

English:

Year 1 and Year 2:

  • Today we are going to do a reading comprehension. Please pick the level that bests suits your child based on their reading colour. These comprehensions can be tricky but we encourage the children to read them out loud and approach any unfamiliar words using their phonics knowledge. Just like in their reading books prompting from adults is encouraged to help them. When they are finished help them to read the questions or read them out to the child and then have them look back in the text for the answers. In the Year 2 SATS the children will need to be familiar with these types of comprehensions and as always practise makes perfect. The more they do the easier they will find them. If your child is on red, green, pink, orange or yellow then please do this reading comprehension here. If they are on blue or grey then please try this reading comprehension here.

 

 

Maths:

Year 1 

  • Watch Summer term week 4 Lesson 4: compare number sentences and get the activity and answer sheets here.
  • Its really important to concentrate when you are doing the work today. You are applying work that you have done over the last few weeks, looking at additions, subtractions, greater than and less than, and it's easy to make a mistake. Always remember to take your time and check your work carefully when you are done.

 

 

Year 2:

  • Watch Summer term week 3 Lesson 4: add and subtract ones and click on Get the activity. 
  • We have done lots of work on one more and one less so you should be really familiar with this, but if not refresh yourself with this game here.

 

Friday  

Phonics:

  • Warm up with your daily game from your July Phonics timetable.
  • Watch an appropriate level of RWI video from Ruth Miskin Training, the creators of RWI.
  • Finish off with a game of your choice from Phonics Play website. (username: march20 password: home) or reading a fun comic here.

  

English:

Year 1 :

  • Let's look today at some SPaG (spelling punctuation and grammar). Today the children have a choice of 3 different ability level SPaG activity sheets to work through. Look through them together and choose the level that is right for your child to ensure that they get the most out of this activity. The children should be familiar with these as we have worked on very similar ones before often in school. Make sure that you follow up on any mistakes or misconceptions that the children might have.

 

Year 2:

  • Let's look today at some SPaG (spelling punctuation and grammar). Here is the worksheet for the children to complete. The children should be familiar with these as we have worked on very similar ones before often in school. Make sure that you follow up on any mistakes or misconceptions that the children might have.

Maths:

 Year 1:

  • On Fridays White Rose sets some problem solving challenges for the children to do. There is no video for this so just click on Summer term week 4 and click on Get the Challenges. These are challenges for all year groups, so only focus on challenge 1 and 2. These are great because they encourage children to problems solve and apply knowledge that they have already learnt. Children may need to be training on how to approach challenges like this. They will need to understand that a certain amount of trial and error may be required, and that it is fine (in fact it is encouraged) for them to make mistakes as long as they learn from them and try again. Children should also understand that the working out is just as important as the answer, and where possible should show this working out in their final answers.

 

Year 2: 

  • Today the Friday challenge is a little bit different! Click here to watch the video and then click on Get the activity.

  

 Science 

  •  Last week we looked at a variety of different habitats across the world and thought about what sort of animals would be best suited to live there and why. This week we are going to be focusing on some more familiar animals and habitats a little closer to home. 
  • Have a look at this powerpoint about minibeasts and their habitats. It is important to note that 'minibeasts' is not a category of animals like mammal or reptile, but a collective name for a group of common small animals that include among others insects, mollusks and arachnids.
  • Now you are going to put what you have learnt into practise and go on your own minibeast hunt. You could use this recording sheet here or make your own. You could take some photographs and record your findings using these. If you don't have a garden to hunt in don't worry, try our local park or green area. Try to think where is the most likely place to find each animal. Which would be their preferred habitat and why? What does the habitat give each animal?

 

Theme 

  • We have been looking recently at the first type of trains which were steam trains, and you have compared these to modern electric train. One of our objectives in KS1 is to know about changes within living memory, so we are going to look at how trains have changed within people's living memories. Up until the 1960s steam trains were still used in lots of towns, but they started to change them then to diesel engines. Why was this? Do a little research around this, thinking about cost, speed, noise, pollution, health etc. Do your Grandparents, or even Great Grandparents remember steam trains, why don't you ask them and find out? My mum remembers steam trains and says that she used to have to hold her breath when walking over a railway bridge when trains went under them so she didn't breath in a mouthful of smoke and pollution. She still sometimes does it know without realising it!
  • However, most of our trains now are not diesel but electric engines. Research why they changed again.
  • Present your research however you want to. This could be a leaflet on trains, a poster, or you could use this worksheet here.

 

 DT  - We made a start on this in the Class 3 bubble and we hope to build their plan next week

  • We have been looking at trains in our theme work and in DT over the next few weeks you are going to plan, make and evaluate your won train! Do some research on some different trains from around the world. Have you got a favourite? Why do you like it so much? Can you find out some more information or pictures of your favourite train?Soon you are going to make a 3D model of your chosen train but before that you must design and plan your model.

  • To do this, you will need to look at some pictures of the train you would like to build and draw your train on a piece of paper. Then you will need to label the parts of your train with items that you could build it with. For example, egg cartons or the tube from a kitchen roll.

    Things to consider and label in your plan:

    •  How many passengers will your train carry?
    •  Do you want your train to move? If so, will the wheels be on an axle or will it move by being pulled?

     

  • You also need to think about 3 design criteria that you want for your train. This means thinking of 3 things that you want your train to be, and you will evaluate against these once you have built it. These are entirely up to you, but you need to try your best to full fill these criteria when designing your train. Examples could be 'I want y train to move' 'I want my train to be strong' 'I want my train to be colourful' 'I want my train to carry lego bricks' 'I want my train to be fast'.
  • While planning you need to think about any challenges you might come across while making your train and try to think how you will eliminate these.
  • Over the next week collect items for your train. Here are some pictures of some trains other people have made to get your creative juices flowing.

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Computing

  • We are continuing our work looking at internet safety with Hector and the gang.
  • Watch Episode 3 here (or here on Youtube if you do not have flashplayer). 
  • After watching the episode discuss it with your adult, what have you learnt? Do you think Sprat was happy to discover that other people now had his personal information? Do you think he realised when he signed up originally that it would be sent to lots of different people? Why is this not a good thing? Why does Ming say she needs to ask Miss Finny before she gives out any of her personal details?
  • Don't forget you can still send emails to the class email address any time you want to, even if you are back in school for a few days, as I still love to hear and see all of the things you are doing on the days that you are not in school.

 

Wellbeing

  • Having good mental wellbeing is all about reflecting on things that have happened and looking at things that are going to come up in the future. It is about setting yourself goals and celebrating when you have successes, and having a growth mindset when maybe you don't achieve everything you wanted to first time. 
  • This week have a look at these wellbeing journal sheets. You could complete all of them from Monday to Friday, or just choose one of them to look at during the week. It is up to you! Think carefully about your answers as this will help you get the most out of the activities. 
  • The journal sheets for each day are here: Monday   Tuesday  Wednesday   Thursday   Friday

 

 PSHE

  • Summer is here and it is starting to get warmer. I love speaking to you on the phone and finding out that you have been doing lots of playing outside. But even when you are playing out in Manchester you still need to be protecting yourself from the sun. With a grown-up, work through the Power Point below. It is all about keeping yourself safe in the sun.

  • Challenge yourselves to see if you can complete this fill the gaps activity about sun safety or teach others about how to be safe in the sun by creating an informative poster. 

P.E. 

  • Try some alphabet yoga by looking at this fun poster!
  • Have a go at these fun Disney 10 minute shake up activities and games.
  • Have a look at these fun P.E. workouts here.
  • Why not practise some fun yoga and listen to a story at the same time with Cosmic Yoga, there are loads of different stories to choose from. Check out their website or look on their youtube site for some great videos.
  • Also check out Joe Wicks body coach channel with lots of interesting work out videos. Plus at 9am every weekday Joe will be live streaming a kids P.E. lesson, so don't forget to tune in.
  • Check out our fabulous Highfield Primary P.E. and Sports page for more great sporting ideas

Week beginning 22/6/20

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