Every Friday we will post the children's home time challenge here.
Challenges are set on a Friday and are expected to be completed by the following Friday unless otherwise stated.
We hope that the children will have fun with the weekend challenges whilst also supporting their learning.
Please practice the song 'Frosty the Snowman' over the next week. We are singing this at our end of year Sing Song to the rest of the school so are trying really hard to know it without looking at the words!
Frosty the Snowman with lyrics, sung by Gene Autry.Created for the classroom.Art from the 1969 animated movie.
This week please complete the following:
-Login to Bug Club and read at least 1 book from your allocated books.
-Complete the Introduction to Multiplication task on MyMaths.
Login details can be found on the inside of your child's reading record. PLEASE NOTE: If you are still having trouble logging on to Bug Club, please contact your teacher directly via the 'contact us' section of their class page.
Please complete the following:
-MyMaths Geometry Activity.
-'Adding -s and -es' activity on Purple Mash.
Remember! Login details can be found on the inside of your child's reading record.
-Complete the homework activity on MyMaths.
-Complete the activity on Feelings on Purple Mash.
All login details are on the inside cover of your child's reading record.
Friday, 13th November
Don't forget login details are in your child's reading record.
Friday, 6th November
Use your Purple Mash login to create a firework safety poster. Click on 2Do to find it.
This week we would like you to go on a walk with a grown up around your local area and look for signs of Autumn. If you can also collect fallen leaves, conkers and any other signs of Autumn please bring them in to school as early on in the week as you can.
As part of our work next week we will also be looking at how day length changes with the seasons. Start having a look out of your window in the mornings when you get up - is it light? dark? The clocks are due to 'fall back' soon. How do you think this will effect the days?
Please evaluate the bread you made in class this week. You need to think about whether you liked it and why. Think about what you liked or did not like about your bread and also think about if you would change anything about it.
You can choose how you record your work. There is a sheet you can use below, but this is not essential. Hand written is just as brilliant!
Watch the video about suffixes and complete the sheet.
This week in History we have been learning about why the Great Fire of London spread so quickly and lasted for such a long time.
Your challenge is to tell a family member all about what you have learnt. We found at least 8 reasons this week, so try and remember at least 8! You could create a poster showing all the reasons or make notes before you talk to your family so that you are well prepared!
You might like to re-create this video that we watched in school! You will need to make sure you only do it IF A GROWN UP IS WITH YOU AT ALL TIMES as we know how dangerous fire can be.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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