Robins Weeks 3&4

Reading Activities
Reading books are available through the eBook Library on the Oxford Owl website.
 
Step 1
Create an account
https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/user/sign_up.html
 
Step 2
Under the heading 'Browse the Library' choose the relevant level under the heading 'Levels'
 
Step 3
Click on the book cover.
 
Maths Challenge
Every 2 weeks there will be extra maths activities set by Miss Angell for KS1 & KS2 to access and complete. These activities will include a range of different mathematical areas. Have a go at completing a couple each week and have fun!
 
Lego Challenges
The lego challenges below could be used by both Reception and Year 1. A fun daily task for your child to achieve with lego or another construction toy. 
 
Coronavirus picture book.
Below you will find a link to a picture book created by Axel Scheffler who illustrates books with Julia Donaldson. It is a good support for you as parents if your child has any questions about the disease or what is happening at the moment in the world and within our community. I would use it as a drop in book when questions arise if you have a child that is inquisitive about what is currently happening in our lives. You could also use it as a story book but it has a lot of information and could worry some children. You know your child the best and if unsure give me a ring at school or message us on class Dojo. 
Additional Resources:
In addition to the weekly learning, linked to our school curriculum planned by teachers above, you may be looking for additional activities - here are some good places to start:
 
BBC Bitesize:
Beginning Monday 20 April, BBC Bitesize will publish daily online lessons for all ages. There will also be a new dedicated TV channel full of learning content, podcasts on BBC Sounds and loads of educational video on iPlayer.
 
 The Home Learning Hub. This website is free for all users. This site shares some of the best free home learning resources that the internet has to offer. You will find pages for different subject areas and resources for children aged 4-11. 

As well as links to some of the best external sites, the team of Cambridgeshire advisers has created a wonderful range of free activities, challenges and projects for children to try at home. We hope you find the resources helpful, the advisers  aim to keep adding to this website for the duration of the school closures, so please keep checking back to see what's new.