Monday its time for PE!
Try this fun dance for the whole family- send in any photos!
Also, you can follow Joe Wicks or try GoNoodle - lots of fun activities and dance to keep you active. Good for adults too.
Mindfulness - Click on the link below and choose some activities to complete.
Outdoor Learning - You can complete the following in any order:
* Tree bark rubbings
* Walk around your garden or park. What objects or views catch your eye? Can you see any interesting colours, shadows, textures or shapes? Experiment with your camera or phone.
* Collect twigs, leaves and stones to make a picture.
Stone Age - Read through the timeline PowerPoint and complete the activity
French - Counting to 20
And times table practise, lets start with 3 and 6 - Don't forget its a double!
Join in with Jack in his times table songs and then practice on TT rock stars.
Science - Science is on a Thursday afternoon. This week we are carrying on learning about Rocks and soils. If you click on the link below you will find that I have made a powerpoint for you and you can hear me explaining a little more about how rocks are formed. Hope you enjoy your task! There is also a knowledge note which reminds you what I have said on the slides, you can use this to stick into your book and explain how rocks are formed using your own words.
PSHCE- In PSHE this term we will be thinking about our feelings and how we explain to others how we feel. If you look below you will find a link for a story- 'The day the crayons quit'. When you have finished listening I would like you to think about some of the words that the crayons used to describe how they were feeling. For example the green crayon signs his letter with 'your happy friend' but we could also say he was contented, cheerful or positive. I would like you to think about how we could describe the feelings of the crayons in different ways and using synonyms. Choose your two favourite colours and write a list for both. Chick here to view the story.
Computing- I have set a todo for part of your computing work which give you the chance to practise your speech work that we have done in English. You can complete the to do and the worksheet below. Remember the punctuation.