Topic Week Commencing 13.07.20
This week for topic we would like you to learn about and create a Jellyfish. Use the below information and activity ideas.
Topic Week Commencing 06.07.20
This week for topic we would like you to explore the different layers of the ocean. Use the below information to explore the different zones of the ocean and which creatures live where. Then have a go at using different shades of blue to draw and label a picture of the ocean from top to bottom! There is also a cut and stick worksheet where you can sort animals according to the zone they live in.
Topic Week Commencing 29.06.20
This week for topic we would like you to explore the story 'The Cautious Caterpillar'. This story is about a caterpillar called Cody who is very reluctant to turn into a butterfly. This story can be used to talk about concerns children may have about moving on into a new classroom or year group. Read or listen to the story and then prompt children with questions such as:
-How does Cody feel about being a caterpillar?
-What did the ladybird/bee/grasshopper tell her about being a butterfly?
-How did it make Cody feel?
-When was Cody brave?
- Did Cody change her mind about being a butterfly?
- How did she feel at the end of the story?
Topic Week Commencing 22.06.20
This week we are linking topic and literacy again. For topic this week we would like you to learn about octopuses using the information and video below.
Once you have read the information and completed your literacy on starfish then have a go at reading the statements and drawing which sea creature you think it is!
Topic Week Commencing 15.06.20:
This week we are linking topic and literacy. For topic this week we would like you to learn about whales. Once you have read the information with an adult have a go at comparing whales and sharks.
Can you sort the whale and shark pictures?
Can you sort the statements into whale or shark facts?
Which is your favourite? Why?
Topic Week Commencing 08.06.20
With so much beautiful weather lately we know that many of you have been lucky enough to visit the beach. During the school closure we had to cancel our RNLI visit about Keeping Safe at the beach, so we would like you to have a go at some of their activities at home.
For this week please carefully have a look at each poster. Then have a go at spotting anything you think might be 'a danger'.
Can you explain why it’s dangerous? Talk to your adult or someone at home about what you see.
Week commencing 01.06.20
This week we would like you to continue to work on floating and sinking.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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