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 log on to Purple to complete the task set by your class teacher! We can't wait to see your completed work on there!
This week we want you to do some research about the deep, dark ocean. You could read a book called 'Deep, Down Weird' on Oxford Owl or watch Blue Planet 2, Episode 2 called 'The deep' on BBC Iplayer (It's a bit weird down there so watch out!) You may also find some information elsewhere, maybe you have some books at home or know a good website to look on.
You don't need to write anything down...just bring your knowledge!
The home time challenge this week has been set on Purple Mash. You will need to write a story! Next week we will be writing stories in English so this good practice.
Friday 13th November- Friday 20th November
1. Go for a walk with your family. Look around you and notice 2D and 3D shapes. You are looking for:
|2D shapes||3D shapes|
You do not need to record anything or bring anything into school. Children please just come into school ready to discuss what you saw.
2. Read your favourite book at home with a member of your family. Make sure this is recorded in your reading record. We will be looking at Charlie Cook's Favourite Book next week so this will support current learning.
This weeks Home Learning can be found on Purple Mash!
Login and check your 2Dos!
We would love it if you can go on an Autumn walk this week. What signs of Autumn do you notice? What is the weather like? Can you collect some bits and use it to make an Autumn collage?! For an extra challenge you could label some of things you have found and used to make your picture.
Choose your favourite small world toy (dinosaur, animal, character, superhero) and take them on an adventure around your house. Will they play in a sink of water? Have a tea party in the dining room? Watch a movie on the sofa? Make lunch in the kitchen? Puddle splashing in the garden? Make their adventure as fun as possible! Once the adventure is over draw a map of the places they went in your home. Use pictures and arrows to help others see where your toy went.
Can you create a picture of a scarecrow using only 2D shapes? You can draw around shapes or you could use paper cut outs of shapes and stick them together. For an extra challenge you could label the shapes you've used and count how many sides they have!
Challenge: Go on a technology hunt around your home. Can you spot where you use technology? E.g. the remote control, buttons on the microwave.
You can email your class teacher what you found or record it by drawing pictures and labelling them.
Challenge: Can you make an alphabet rainbow? Can you name and say all of the letters in the alphabet?! Can you sing the song?
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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