Welcome To Class G's Home Learning Page!
Happy Tuesday Class G!
I'm sure you all had a great day learning yesterday - Revising how to recognise a third and writing wonderful letters to a friend in your neatest handwriting, and of course remembering you capital letters and full stops. I really enjoyed listening to our 'Story Party' on audible at 3pm yesterday. My best story so far was the one in East Africa about the conga drum. I won't say anymore in case you haven't heard it yet. I can't wait to hear what the stories are about today.
We hope you all have another fantastic day of learning, and we will chat to you again tomorrow.
Mrs Hough & Miss McNab =)
Class G's Timetable
Hello Class G! I've made a timetable for you to follow to help you with your home learning. However, it's important to remember this is just a guide. Talk to your adult and decide what is best for you and how much you can achieve each day. Remember to have lots of movement breaks and brain breaks. Don't forget you need brain food too!
Resources For All Learners
The staff at SMA have been working together to come up with a list of online learning tools, and websites with fun and engaging, educational content. Please take some time to look at the document below. We have included a brief description of each website, as well as the age range we believe it is best suited to.
Thank you for your continued support, care and love for the school, staff, children and community.
|Websites For Home||[docx 2MB]|
Monday 30th March
Today, we will be revising our learning of fractions. Click here and join in on 'Lesson 6: Recognising a third'. Complete the flashback, just like we do in class. Then watch the video! After this, you can click on the worksheet - either print it or write the answers down in your blue book. If you'd like, there's some games on Mathletics you can play.
Today, I'd like to you to write a letter to a friend. It could be someone you know from school, someone from brownies or a friend that lives far away. Think about 3 things you would like to tell them you've been doing. Don't forgot to use capital letters, full stops, adjectives and make it exciting! What else could you use?
Here's a sentence starter you could use: Dear _________, I hope you're well! I've had a really strange week - school has been closed!
Either pick a book from BugClub or read one from your home library.
In RE, you'll be learning the story of Palm Sunday. Either read the story from your Bible at home, or click here to watch the video. Then, either write it in your books, or log onto BusyThings (using your MyUSO password) and click 'My Assignments'. There is a Palm Sunday template for you to use. I can't wait to see some of your brilliant recounts.
Below, I've added a home learning outline that explains some of the activities we will be completing this week :)
|KS1 Home Learning- Week 2||[docx 106KB]|
Our Class Book
I've been looking and I've found us a new class book to share together!
It's called 'Story Party' and it contains lots of different stories for us to listen to. I'm going to listen to a chapter a day - that's two (or sometimes 3) stories! But if you can't thats ok. Just listen for as long you'd like - or listen to a little bit throughout the day!
Will you join me at 3pm everyday?
Click on me to listen to our new class book :)
High Frequency Words
I've put together all of the Year 1 & 2 high frequency words. See how many you already know and which ones you might need a little more practise at.
I've also attached some fun ways you can try and learn your spellings. Let me know which method is your favourite!
|Year 1 & 2 Common Exception Words||[docx 709KB]|
Harold's Daily Diary
Harold from the Life Bus is writing a diary entry every day for you!
On his diary, you can read about all the different things Harold is getting up to when schools are closed. Can you be like Harold and write a daily diary entry too?
Click here to read Harold's daily diary entry :)
Did you know you share your birthday with around 18 million people in the world! That's a whole lot of cake!!
Research the date of your birthday - what significant events have taken place that day?
Then, either using the sheet attached or your blue books - write about it!
|Happy Birthday To You!||[pdf 310KB]|
Each week, I'll be posting a MindUp activity for you to have a go at, just like we do in class.
This week, we will look at 'Your Brain'. This activity helps you to revise what the key parts of the brain are, and their functions. Throughout the week, have a go at some of these activities I've attached, along with the poster to help you. Maybe you could do one a day - remember to take brain breaks to help your learning!
|Our Brains||[pdf 1MB]|
CAFOD is one of the charities that we support at St Mary of the Angels.
This week, they have put a pack together for you and your family to learn about Saint Oscar Romero. Discuss with the people in your family why you think Oscar Romero was such a special person.
Then have a go at making a Romero cross, but for your family. You could use this to help you pray at home too. I can't wait to see what you come up with!
|Romero Cross||[pdf 621KB]|
Whilst school is closed, Phonics Play is free for everyone! There are so many fun games for you to choose from.
Ask your adult to help you log in on the website (https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/). Try to revise phases 4,5 and 6.
Times Tables Rockstars
This is a fantastic online resource that helps you to practise your recall of multiplication facts. Before using it, your adult will need to log on (https://play.ttrockstars.com/registration). The website is free for everyone whilst schools are closed. You'll be a times tables magician when we come back to school!
This is a fantastic website that has lots of free books for you to read! It also has a brilliant range of phonic and spelling games, as well as lots of maths games too! Let me know what your favourite game to play is!
Click here to explore this website with your adult: https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/
During home learning, it's really important that you have movement breaks and stay fit and active. Click on the image to have a look at all the different ways you can do this. Enjoy! :)