Good morning, team! I hope that you have had a lovely weekend and enjoyed the sunshine on Friday and Saturday. Have you seen the VE Day celebration video? It did bring a little tear to my eye as I am missing you all. Thank you to everyone who sent in their photographs. Did you spot me? I brought my late great grandmother’s finest china into school so that we could have a special socially distanced teddy bear tea party. Ms Elliot was quite nervous about my delicate tea cups being broken by the children but it all worked out well! We also baked lemon drizzle cakes. Yum! I know that some of you have been doing some home baking too. Keep those photographs coming in on the blog!
I’ve set you a SPaG mat to do. Please revise where required. I would also like you to practise your spellings for at least 15 minutes on Spelling Frame and also read a book of your choice for at least 30 minutes.
Do you remember when I recommended themathsfactor.com? Have you set up an account and password? It’s very fun and you can use it to develop your fluency each day. Many children feel more confident after using this too. You usually pay for this but it’s currently free from Carol Vorderman. It includes videos by her with instructions on various mathematical processes and you can design your own avatar. I strongly advise you to check it out.
In addition to this, I’ve set you some work on PurpleMash. Please take a look.
There’s also more arithmetic work for you in our folder.
Finally, I’ve also uploaded some work on decimals and fractions for you. Take a look at the PowerPoint and then there are worksheets. There are also some posters to help you. You could maybe print these or make your own.
I’ve uploaded some ideas for some science experiments you could do at home. There are four different ideas so have a think about which one you could do. Let us know how you get on on our blog.
Take care everyone! :)