Weekly task – Helpful Heroes

While we are spending extra time at home, it is important that we are helping each other.

Children might like to learn the sign for ‘help’.

Some of the children might want to practice asking others for help – ‘Can I have help to tie my shoes please?’ or ‘I need some help with my work please’, ‘Can some body help me with my game please?’.

Some children might like to offer their help to other family members – ‘Mum, would you like some help to make breakfast?’, ‘Dad, can I help you tidy away?’, ‘Shall I help you get the tea ready?’.

Show us your home learning task by uploading a piece of work to your journal on Seesaw.  You might like to add some photos, record a video or tell us about your task in a voice note.

Home Learning

Miss Maeer has been catching up with all the children each week, finding out about the different learning tasks they have completed and experiences they have been enjoying whilst staying safe at home.

George and his siblings have been completing their Seesaw tasks and enjoyed some challenges set by their Lockdown Carrots!

Zachary and his brother took part in the RSPB Garden Birdwatch and wrote about their favourite bird. Zachary has been working hard to understand symmetry and had fun building a car out of lego!

As well as completing lots of work on Seesaw, Zack has enjoyed a daily active hour. He had fun playing games completing the weekly challenge of ‘turn taking’.

Viraj has been working hard on his daily reading and maths. He had some time out to do a treasure hunt and enjoyed some Golden Time with his brother.

Neveah has worked hard on her shape work in maths. She has enjoyed some art and crafts with her little sister.

Elliot has enjoyed doing his daily reading and working on his sounds. He has had fun playing games with his family.

Logan has worked hard on the maths and reading tasks on Seesaw. He enjoyed a treasure hunt and has been helping his Mummy around the house.

As well as completing work on Seesaw and in his work book, Alfie has been learning lots of new life skills and enjoyed a movie night with his family.

William has been working through his maths and English activities, learning about nouns and symmetry. He enjoyed a day in the snow!

As well as doing his daily exercise with his family, Alfie has been busily completing his maths and English activities on Seesaw.

Weekly task – Building

Your challenge for the week is to build something out of things you may have in your house.  You might like to build a tower, a rocket, a house or a car.  You could use jelly beans and cocktail sticks, marshmallows and dry spaghetti, boxes, Lego or even biscuits and icing!

Show us your home learning task by uploading a piece of work to your journal on Seesaw.  You might like to add some photos, record a video or tell us about your task in a voice note.