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31.3.20 Starlings , by Miss Gillam

Date: 31st Mar 2020 @ 8:58am

Good morning!

I hope you are all keeping well and being the happy, helpful and respectful Starlings that I know and love. Are you ready for another busy day of home learning? Please see our attached timetable for a list of suggested activities to complete today.

I am still enjoying spending lots of time outdoors. I am keeping up with my couch to 5K running routine and have just completed my 6th run. This is quite an achievement for me. Perhaps you could spend some more time enjoying your outdoor spaces too?  Below are some fantastic ideas taken from the National Trust ’50 things to do before you are 11 3/4’ list.

  • Eat a picnic in your garden
  • Make a mud creation
  • Have fun with sticks
  • Wear a wild crown (made from natural materials)
  • Create some wild art
  • Join natures band – making music outdoors
  • Hunt for fossils and bones
  • Go stargazing
  • Go on a scavenger hunt
  • Make friends with bugs
  • Go cloud watching
  • Make a home for wildlife
  • Help a plant to grow
  • Watch the birds
  • Create and follow maps of your garden to find hidden treasure
  • Keep a nature diary
  • Watch the sunset
  • Make a camp fire

I have also attached a selection of prompts to help you to become nature spotters while enjoying the outdoors. Perhaps you could draw and write about what you see in you yellow book?

 

Does this quote remind your Starling of a little song we sang in school a couple of weeks ago? Perhaps they could sing it to you. Could they record it and send it to family members they are missing to help make them smile? Spread the happiness!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QN-0UWJHDl4

I am missing you lots today and sending you all a big virtual hug! Have the loveliest of days with your very special families. Stay safe Starlings and remember: Ready, Respectful and Safe (Even at home).

Lots of love, Miss Gillam J

 

A message from Mrs Powell

“ I think I can. I know I can.”

Dear children,

When we do something do we say we can’t do it?  Try and change that today and tell yourself you can do anything.  Remember you are amazing and if you believe in yourself you can do anything!

Tuesday 31st March, by Miss Beattie

Date: 31st Mar 2020 @ 8:42am

Good Morning my lovely Robins  J

I hope you are all staying positive and smiling! I love hearing about everything you have been up to at home, so if you haven’t already, tweet me pictures @LostockGralamPr

Today you could choose some maths, writing or arithmetic work from your pack. Or take a look at White Rose for some super online lessons about fractions: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

Remember it is so important to balance your school work, with some quiet time and creative time (reading, drawing, lego, baking, gardening, etc.) Don’t let the colder weather put you off -  try to spend as much time as possible outside in the fresh air. It always makes me feel better!

Lots of love, Miss Beattie and Mrs Esling xx

 

Message from Mrs Powell:

I think I can. I know I can.”

Dear children, when we do something do we say we can’t do it?  Try and change that today and tell yourself you can do anything.  Remember you are amazing and if you believe in yourself you can do anything!

Toucans 31.3.20, by Mrs Whittingham

Date: 31st Mar 2020 @ 8:34am

Wishing our lovely Toucans a very happy morning. I hope you have been having a go at some Cosmic Yoga, https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga The relaxation exercises are fantastic and great to chill out to. Remember your happiness is what is most important to us so just complete as much home learning as you can. Listen to your parents, as they will guide you.

I think I can. I know I can.”

Dear children,

When we do something do we say we can’t do it?  Try and change that today and tell yourself you can do anything.  Remember you are amazing and if you believe in yourself you can do anything! Mrs Powell

English

Word of the day – contemplate

  1. In your home learning book write this word 3 times in your best handwriting.
  2. Specify which word class it is e.g. noun, adjective, pronoun etc.
  3. Find a synonym for this word
  4. Find an antonym for this word
  5. Write it in a super sentence using a fronted adverbial

Also try a reading/writing activity from your home learning pack.

Maths

Log onto this website https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/ click on Week 2 and then complete Lesson 2 on using Ratio and proportion problems. Look at the video and then do the activity in your books. The answers are also there for you to check.

Science – Dangers of Smoking – check timetable and attached resources

All the best from, Mrs Downing, Mrs Whittingham & Mr Beswick

Y2 31.03.20, by Mrs Rice

Date: 30th Mar 2020 @ 6:30pm

Buenas Dias Swallows

How are you all? I am very tired today! Thomas, Will and I went on a bike ride adventure yesterday (well I was running beind them!) and we were out for ages, exploring the county lanes. We had great fun although as I am getting old now, my legs are very sore today! Especially with all the Joe Wicks PE lessons that I am doing. I hope that you have managed to join in with him too. Whilst out, we spotted so many birds singing happily in the bushes, lots of beautiful flowers and other signs of spring in the counrty side.

I am going to set you a little task for each day this week. Don't worry if you don't do them, it is just some ideas. You can do them when ever you like and show me when we are back together again at school. Here goes:

Tuesday - Design a new front cover for The Enchanted Wood

Wednesday - Invent a new character for The Enchanted Wood story, draw a picture of them (someone who dwells/lives in the tree or in an exciting land above the tree) describe what they look like and what thier personality is like using exciting noun phraes eg long, bedy legs like spaghetti, eyes as wide as saucers, tangled, greasy hair and a sharp temper. 

Thursday - Spend 15 minutes learning your times tables. Can you say them in order, a mixed up order and tell your family what the division facts are? eg 30 divided by 5 means how many fives can fit inside 30?

Friday - Can you find 10 numbers that are:

A multiple of 2 and that number has to be a multiple of 5 and it has to be a multiple of 10 aswell. 

You can tweet your work to our school twitter account or send it to admin@lostockgralam.cheshire.sch.uk for me to have a look at.

These are only ideas to keep you busy, I just want you to keep safe and be happy. Keep smiling my lovely Swallows and don't forget to "shake your sillies out, yawn your sleepies out and clap your crazies out" if you feel bored! Try teaching our funny song to your family. 

A message from Mrs Powell

“ I think I can. I know I can.”

Dear children, When we do something do we say we can’t do it? Try and change that today and tell yourself you can do anything. Remember you are amazing and if you believe in yourself you can do anything!

Bye for now, I will write to you again tomorrow. We miss you all 

Love Mrs Rice and Mrs Elson

Tuesday 31st March, by Mrs Campion

Date: 30th Mar 2020 @ 5:46pm

Happy Tuesday lovely Owls.

Thank you for all the lovely photos and videos you shared yesterday.

It made me  smile to to see some od you doing your daily speed sound lessons, reading your books, doing a little bit of writing in your new books, drawings of Paddington. A few of you I can see have learnt how to ride your book what an amazing achievement. Keep sharing.

Grown ups-please remember not to put too much pressure on yourself to get lots of work done. It is only week 2 and we are still adjusting to this new way of working. Please be kind to yourself. It is ok for the children to just have days when they are playing at home. I have been doing lots of playing with my two at home. 'Playing is learning.' The most important thing for us is that the children are happy.

I have put a link to this fantastic Early Years website with lots of ideas to do at home with our little ones: https://www.eyfshome.com/activities-by-day

They launched on Friday with a trial day all about 'My Home' and will continue to post some ideas each day. Maybe if you are stuck for ideas today you could have a look. I'm going to try some of them today. 

Hope you have a wonderful day. It isn't quite as sunny as it has been but its not raining so enjoy some fresh air today.

Looking forward to seeing what today brings.

Love Mrs Campion and Mrs Hoskins x

“ I think I can. I know I can.”

Message from Mrs Powell:

Dear children, When we do something do we say we can’t do it?  Try and change that today and tell yourself you can do anything.  Remember you are amazing and if you believe in yourself you can do anything!

Y2 30.03.20, by Mrs Rice

Date: 30th Mar 2020 @ 10:17am

Buenas Dias Swallows

I hope that you have had a lovely weekend. The sun hasn't got his hat on today has he? Never mind, it isn't raining so please go outside and have some fun in the fresh air. I am really enjoying looking out for rainbows in the windows of houses as I walk through my village, it brings a smile when I spot one. Maybe you could do one for your window if you haven't yet? Thomas and I nailed his to our fence using his own hammer, it was great fun and now hopefully it won't blow away any more!

This is week 2 of your time at home. Please be kind to your parents and remember to keep saying please and thank you. I am always thinking about every one of you, I haven't gone any where, I am keeing safe at home with my boys and I can not wait to see you all again. 

Parents - This is a very strange time for us all. Please don't worry about having a strict time table or completing everything in a day. The most important thing for us is that our children are safe and happy. They will be feeling unsettled as this is new for everyone, so just enjoy being together and play, play, play. 

A message from Mrs Powell

“With the new day come new thoughts and new strengths.”

Dear children, This is now your second week, you have shown how great you are, what will you do today, how do you show how clever and strong you are each day?

Enjoy your day Swallows

Love from Mrs Rice and Mrs Elson xxx

Tuesday 31st March, by Mrs Evans

Date: 30th Mar 2020 @ 9:33am

Guten Tag Goldfinches, Wie gehts? (How are you in German) 

How was the start to week 2? I am missing your smilimg faces, your enthusiasm and even your noise Goldfinches! It's strange not seeing family and friends isn't it? We have been whatsapp calling our family and friends and I have learned to use Zoom too. This week Toby and Lola (who don't have phones) want to whatsapp call their school friends as they are really missing them. Who do you enjoy calling? Who might you whatsapp or facetime or e-mail? Who might love a letter or card dropping through their door? 

I have some very exciting seed news but I need your help! Our seeds germinated over the last few days but as you know, when we planted them we forgot to label the pots. I wonder if you can help us work out which seed is which? We planted pumpkins, beans and peas. Which do you think is which? If you have planted your bean seeds you can compare them with ours when they have germinated!

School jobs: 

Science: Can you find out about food chains this week?  (I have attached the Home Learning Timetable for week 2)  Check out these websites and interactive games to play 

 https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zbnnb9q 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zbnnb9q/articles/z93vdxs

 http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/content/animals/kidscorner/foodchain/foodchain.htm

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?q=food+chain

Maths:  Have a go at these angle games on Topmarks. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?q=angles

Have an enjoyable day and keep smiling,

From Mrs Evans, Mrs Brennan and Mrs O'Marah

Message from Mrs Powell

“ I think I can. I know I can.”

Dear children, When we do something new or tricky do we say we can’t do it? Try and change that today and tell yourself you can do anything. Remember you are amazing and if you believe in yourself you can do anything!

 

 

Monday 30th March, by Miss Beattie

Date: 30th Mar 2020 @ 9:04am

Happy Monday Robins

I hope you all had a lovely weekend and are ready for another busy week of Home Learning (See attached timetable for your jobs to do this week – I will update this on a two weekly basis to give you enough time to complete all your projects). Please remember that this is just a suggested timetable and the children’s happiness and wellbeing is our biggest priority! Please do not worry if you are not getting as much school work done as you would like!

I am missing you lots today and sending you all a big virtual hug!!!

I have spent lots of time in my garden this weekend (mainly making it puppy proof as Teddy loves to dig the borders and eat the stones!!) What have you been up to?

White Rose Maths Hub has published amazing Home Learning resources all about fractions – and the best thing is… they are completely FREE!! There are 5 lessons in total – including a fabulous video which teaches you the new concept and an activity book for you to work through. Each lesson even comes with an answer booklet so you can go back and mark your own work! Why not do one lesson each day this week? Check it out here:

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

I know lots of you have been getting involved in the Lego Challenge – I have LOVED seeing your creations on Twitter. I have also attached a drawing challenge for those of you who would prefer to draw J

Stay safe Robins and remember: Ready, Respectful and Safe (Even at home)

Lots of Love, Miss Beattie and Mrs Esling xx

 

Message from Mrs Powell:

“With the new day come new thoughts and new strengths.”

Dear children, This is now your second week, you have shown how great you are, what will you do today, how do you show how clever and strong you are each day?

30.3.20 Starlings Class , by Miss Gillam

Date: 30th Mar 2020 @ 8:31am

Good morning Starlings,

I hope you had a wonderful and restful weekend. I know I did! Thank you so much for all the super learning that you have been sharing on Twitter. It made my day seeing so many of your smiling faces on Friday, thank you! I am looking forward to the week ahead and I can’t wait to see what you are going to do this week. 

 

I have attached a new timetable for the week below. Please, please remember that this is only a suggested timetable and that mental health is the most important part of education right now. We want you and your families to be happy at home, not worrying about the quantity of work being produced. You will notice that I have added a second sheet of suggested daily activities below the timetable. Again, these are optional activities and can be completed in addition to your daily maths, arithmetic, writing and phonic work. These activities are what the children generally enjoy most at school.

To support your Power Maths work this week, why now play one of the games below?

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/early-years/shape-monsters

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/shape-patterns

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?a=activity20

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjv39j6

http://primarygamesarena.com/Play/Counting-Sides-2309

 

I hope you all have a brilliant day and remember to keep posting to Twitter.

“With the new day come new thoughts and new strengths.”

With lots and lots of love and very best wishes,

Miss Gillam

 

Message from Mrs Powell:

Dear children,

This is now your second week, you have shown how great you are, what will you do today, how do you show how clever and strong you are each day?

 

Toucans 30.3.20, by Mrs Whittingham

Date: 30th Mar 2020 @ 8:16am

Good morning my lovely Toucans! I hope you all had a lovely weekend. Keep smiling and just do as much as you can.

I will attach an updated timetable this week. I have added some more websites for you to have a look at and also added to our daily subject projects. Don’t worry if you didn’t get everything done on last week’s timetable, just keep working at your own pace as I know your family will have other plans for some days. Remember it is your happiness that is paramount to us and not how much home learning you get done.

“With the new day come new thoughts and new strengths.”

Dear children,

This is now your second week, you have shown how great you are, what will you do today, how do you show how clever and strong you are each day? Mrs Powell

English

Today I would like you to write a short silly story using the words that we learned last week – deliberate, vigour, whimsical, forlorn and pungent. You should know what each of these words mean now and make sure you are spelling them correctly.

Maths

Log onto this website https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/ click on Week 2 and then complete Lesson 1 on Calculating scale factors. Look at the video and then do the activity in your books. The answers are also there for you to check.

Languages

Take a look at the timetable for suggested activities and the website

Best wishes, from Mrs Downing, Mrs Whittingham & Mr Beswick

Monday 30th March, by Mrs Campion

Date: 29th Mar 2020 @ 7:27pm

Good Morning Owls. 

I hope you all had a wonderful weekend and a well earned rest. We have enjoyed being out on the garden this weekend and the boys have been practising riding their scooters.

I am looking forward to the week ahead and I can't wait to see what you are going to do this week. I love seeing all of you on Tapestry.

I have attached a timetable that might help you structure your day but please do not worry if you do not follow it. It is just a bit of guidance to those who may want a bit of help structuring the day. As always, please do what suits you best. 

This week, I would like us to start doing our RWI phonics I know lots of you have been doing the daily speed sound sessions and have been very eager to start the Get Writing books. I have uploaded on Tapestry all the information you need for your group this week. If you are unsure of anything please just send me a message on Tapestry and I will help in anyway I can. I have also attached some Maths ideas for this week, please do not feel you need to do all of these activities they are just ideas of practical ways to do some Maths at home. I have included our number bonds song we use in class and a numberblocks episode too to support. You can do the activities in any order.  
Please remember these tasks are just ideas of what to do please do not worry if you do not complete these at all. This is a very new and challenging situation so being safe and happy is the main priority. 

I hope you all have the most wonderful day and remember to keep posting to Tapestry,

Also, I wonder who will be Mystery Reader tonight?

Love Mrs Campion and Mrs Hoskins 

“With the new day come new thoughts and new strengths.”  

Message from Mrs Powell:

Dear children, 

This is now your second week, you have shown how great you are, what will you do today, how do you show how clever and strong you are each day? 

Home learning Week 2- 1.4.20, by Miss Thwaites

Date: 29th Mar 2020 @ 4:01pm

Hi Skylarks and Parents,

I hope you are keeping yourselves busy and entertained. I know this week is going to feel much weirder than it did last week. Spend time today reflecting on yourself and your main qualities. I want you to create a list of ten adjectives that best describe you!

I bet you are all really beginning to miss your friends and some of your family. Why not chat to them online or give them a phone call! I’ve been missing my family and my dog Ruby! Here’s us speaking on FaceTime! 

Ruby didn’t say much she just pulled silly faces on the screen laugh

Today's riddle: David’s parents have three sons: Snap, Crackle and…?

Yesterday's answer: Your age!

 

Continue to work through your learning packs and make sure your learning is not a chore and it is enjoyable by spending time learning something new that is of your choice.

Message from Mrs Powell:

Dear children, Where do you dream of going? What do you want to do? Just because we can’t visit new places doesn’t mean we can’t think about what we would like to do and where we could like to visit. This saying also means you can do great things. What great thing can do today? This can be anything, big or small it is still an achievement.

“You’re off to great places. Today is your day.” – Dr. Seuss

Missing you all my amazing SKYLARKS!!

Miss Thwaites

Home learning Week 2- 31.3.20, by Miss Thwaites

Date: 29th Mar 2020 @ 3:41pm

Hi Skylarks and parents,

I hope you have expanded your vocabulary knowledge during your history and geography research lesson yesterday! 

Today's riddle: What goes up but never comes back down?

Yesterday's answer: nine!

Continue working through your learning packs and choose what you want to work more on and focus on that today.

Please keep up with your timestables, here is my challenge to you:

By the time we get back to school, I want you to have learnt all your times tables up to 12 x12!! Challenge yourself and learn them in different fun ways other than just TT Rockstars.

CREATE SOME FLASH CARDS. Have the times table written on the front and the answer on the back. If you get it right put into a pile. If you get it wrong put in a different pile. If it takes you longer than 10 seconds to answer put it in a middle pile. Keep repeating! Repetition makes you remember things!

See attached some cards that are already pre-made. 

Message from Mrs Powell:

Dear children, When we do something do we say we can’t do it? Try and change that today and tell yourself you can do anything. Remember you are amazing and if you believe in yourself you can do anything!

“ I think I can. I know I can.”

Take care.

Miss Thwaites

Home learning Week 2- 30.3.20, by Miss Thwaites

Date: 29th Mar 2020 @ 2:57pm

Hi Skylarks and parents,

I hope you all managed to have a relaxing weekend, spending and enjoying time together. I am missing you all so much! I hope you are all continuing to work hard- like you do everyday when you are in school. Remember:

I hope you have been enjoying your creative time and spending time doing the things that you love and enjoy to do. I thought I would have a go at drawing again (something I used to love to do as a child). I don't really get much time to do drawings so I have loved having a go. Here is one I did over the weekend of my dog Ruby:

HAVE A GO YOURSELF AND TWEET YOUR CREATIONS!!

This week, please continue to follow the weekly timetable. I am going to attach all the things you will need to complete all your tasks this week. 

Please continue to work through your learning packs choosing if you would like to do maths, comprehension or spellings in the morning. If you are needing any help with these things please just send a tweet. 

Good luck with your second week of home learning and remember to have fun together and not get too bogged down with working every minute of the day.

Here is my riddle for this week: If two’s company, and three’s a crowd, what are four and five?

Answer for Friday's riddle: Trouble

Well done if you are having a go at these!!

 

Message from Mrs Powell:

Dear children, This is now your second week, you have shown how great you are, what will you do today, how do you show how clever and strong you are each day?

“With the new day come new thoughts and new strengths.”

 

Stay safe everyone!

Miss Thwaites 

Monday 30th March, by Mrs Evans

Date: 29th Mar 2020 @ 1:28pm

Good Morning all of you and welcome to week 2 of home school.

I hope you had an enjoyable weekend and, although it was chilly, managed to get out in your garden still. Saturday was our trickiest day so far. We didn't make a plan of the day, so didn't get out much and spent far too long on screens. As a result, we were a very grumpy household by tea time so we had a chat about it and made a bit of a plan for Sunday which included much more outside time.

There are lots of positive effects of being outside and I would lile you to try and plan in time to be outside. Wrap up with an extra layer or two and go out. I have attached an idea (See Birds P1,2,3) for you from a book I am reading called Create your own Happy (by Penny Alexander and Becky Goddard-Hill)

How are your garden circuits/obstacles going? What garden equipment have you managed to include in your circuits? Toby made up a game called Pole Ball last week which was a cross between football and hockey (I think!) He mostly enjoyed telling us all of the rules he had made up!! It got us all up and moving though.

Ideas for this week

Maths:This week keep working on telling the time on the clocks in your houses but we will also switch to learning about angles and come back to time next week. 

Task- have a look at the angle eater attachment and either print it out or make your own by drawing around a tin from the cupboard. Cut carefully along the lines. Can you use it to find all the right angles inside and outside your house? 

Geography: If you found out about or made a volcano last week, then you could create an art collage about rivers this week (or vice versa) See attachments about rivers on the Goldfinch class page. BBC I-player Planet Earth Fresh Water is a good programme to watch. and try this site: http://www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/rivers.html

Amelie and Lola did the next part of their river art- and might do the rest this week. 

Step 1 do the sea and sky    step 2 do the mountains   

Step 3 layer the fields and hills   Step 4 add the rivers which is our job for this week....

Parents- you are doing such an amazing job. Please, please don't put pressure on yourselves or your children to try and complete everything all in one go. These are just suggestions of some activities that I have tried out on my 3 to keep them occupied.

You are all fabulous... Have a lovely day and more from me tomorrow

Mrs Evans (with a big hello too from Mrs Brennan and Mrs O'Marah)

Message from Mrs Powell

“With the new day come new thoughts and new strengths.”

Dear children, This is now your second week, you have shown how great you are, what will you do today, how do you show how clever and strong you are each day?

 

Friday 27th March, by Miss Beattie

Date: 27th Mar 2020 @ 8:46am

Happy Friday J

As we reach the end of the week I want to say a huge WELL DONE!! I’m sure learning from home has been fun but also challenging at times. I want you to begin your morning by thinking about or writing down 3 things you have found a little tricky this week, and then 3 things you have enjoyed. I am going to do this too as it’s easy to focus on the negative things that have happened, instead of the lovely positive things.

“Every day may not be good… but there is something good in every day”.

Today you could complete some more work from your Home Learning Packs and use the lovely online resources on your Task List to help you – There are some great quizzes and games to make your learning more fun. It is also really important that you are reading every single day. This could be anything – a book, magazine, newspaper… Whatever you enjoy!! Or you could even listen to an audio book!

Are you remembering to water your courgettes? I hope so J

Remember to give yourself a well-earned rest this weekend (that includes you too parents) – no home-learning just lots of fun and hopefully some sunshine to accompany it!!

Stay home, stay safe and keep washing those hands!!

Speak to you on Monday

Love Miss Beattie and Mrs Esling xxx

 

Message from Mrs Powell:

“The most wonderful thing about Tiggers is, I’m the only one.” Tigger

Good morning children!  This morning I want you to think about how special and unique you are, talk to someone in your house about all the special qualities that make you unique.  What about the people you live with, what makes them special, why don’t you tell them!

27.3.20 Starlings, by Miss Gillam

Date: 27th Mar 2020 @ 8:28am

Good morning!

Happy Friday Starlings!

A. A. Milne Quote: “Bouncy trouncy flouncy pouncy fun fun fun fun ...

Wow, it is the end of your first week of learning from home. I have woken up feeling very positive and grateful this morning that we are all able to stay at home and keep ourselves safe during this strange time. I hope that you are all happy, smiley and having lots of fun at home. The sun is out AGAIN! I wonder what adventures you will have today?

Please continue once again to follow our attached timetable. Hopefully this is starting to feel like more of a routine for you now.  

I have a little challenge for you today.  Can you make your own counting in 2s, 5s and 10s game?  By the end of Year One the children are expected to be able to count in multiples of 2, 5 and 10 quickly and from different starting points. For example

10  12  14  ___ ___ ___

They are also expected to be able to count in 2s five times. 2 4 6 8 10. Count in 10s eight times 10  20  30  40  50  60  70  80 etc.

To develop fluency in counting, please find ways to develop speed and accuracy through play. Why not try jumping, skipping, bouncing a ball, touching your toes, spinning around in a circle?

Here are some games to help you:

https://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/duckShoot/index.html

http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/earlymath/BalloonPopSkip.htm

 

Read Write Inc

Please continue to watch your daily speed sound lesson online.

Remember that each film is available for 24 hours via Facebook and on YouTube.


Speed Sounds Set 1 – 9.30 am and again at 12:30
Speed Sounds Set 2 – 10.00 am and again at 1:00pm
Speed Sounds Set 3 – 10.30 am and again at 1:30pm

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ


https://www.facebook.com/miskin.education/

Information and guidance for parents can also be found on this page:

https://bit.ly/39mjfeG

Oxford Owl have just released new RWI books on the website so over the weekend maybe you could have a read with your grown up.