Good morning everybody. I hope you had a restful Easter holiday and that you are all staying safe and well. I know that this is a very difficult time but I hope you take this opportunity to work with me and keep your learning fresh. It’s very important for your own mental health and wellbeing to try to have a daily routine. Find some time for yourself each day, to do something that makes you feel good.
To help you get a routine each week I will set some tasks for you to do. These tasks are optional but I hope you can try some of them. I have organised the maths and literacy tasks daily but it is up to you how you complete these. You will see that daily sumdog challenges are there and you can also access the reading and spelling sections on sumdog. In addition tasks based on the other curricular areas are included for you to try. There are also great educational resources provided on the home page of the website that are extremely beneficial too. Take some time to look at the website and set yourself some challenges. You can do it. If you want to share what you have done you can send me a tweet and I will try to respond.
Keep safe, keep positive and go on try some of the tasks.
Below you will find the weekly grid with suggestions for tasks.
Here is a set of daily mental maths challenges. Remember mental maths challenges need to be read out loud to you, by an adult or friend you then have a short period of time ,20 seconds , to write your answer before moving on to the next question. Just like in class. I will post the answers later this week.
Here is your spelling words for the next few weeks. Try some activities from the spelling grid to help you learn the words and ask someone to test you on Friday.
Here are some maths worksheets for this week.
BFG reading paragraph. You will need this for the literacy tasks included for Thursday.
Happy learning everyone.