please find attached this weeks home learning. The end of the term is in sight and many of us will be starting to think about trips to the beach .
We are continuing with our topic and looking at what makes the sea salty and some of the beaches and oceans around the world.
Next week we will start looking at pollution and sea creatures.
Please find attached the planning for this week's home learning. I hope you are all safe and well.
We are continuing with our topic about the seaside. This week we will be looking at Beach Safety.
I have attached the Summer Reading Challenge in case anyone is feeling up to a challenge.
I hope that you have all been enjoying the sunshine. Please find attached the planning for this week. We will still be continuing with our topics of the 'seaside.' With a view this week to learning more about sea creatures.
Hello everyone I hope you are all happy and well. Here is this weeks home learning for you. I have really enjoyed seeing what you are doing on Tapestry so don't forget to post pictures on there for me.
For the next couple of weeks we will be focusing our topic on 'The Seaside'. This week we will start looking at sea creatures.
We are in a fortunate position of living close to the seaside, so, if possible, please continue to (safely) go and explore different beaches and look for similarities and differences.
Please find this weeks planning attached.
This will be our last week on our topic 'What Makes China Unique?' We will still be looking at lots of interesting facts about China. And drawing on some of our learning, to recap our topic question.
In maths we will be looking at sorting objects. Mathletics is still available as an additional resource.
We will be covering poems and adjectives in Literacy.
Many of us are online a lot more at the moment, and while there are many benefits to this method of communication, there are also cautions too. Please visit our online safety page for tips using various games/platforms: ://www.stcleerprimary.co.uk/Keeping_Safe/Online_Safety
Please find attached another weeks learning. I hope you are all continuing to enjoy reading , especially since you can easily take any where, and pick a book up anytime.
We are carrying on with our topic of 'What Makes China Unique ' and looking at farming , pandas and language.
Have a great week and take care.
Welcome back from what we hope has been an enjoyable week.
The weather has certainly been on our side.
Please find attached, lesson plans from Monday 1st June to Thursday 4th June. Friday was a planned Inset Day, so I have left this free, but I have added additional maths challenges that can be tackled.
This week in maths we will be describing and comparing different lengths, height and breadth using varied measurements.
We will continue with our topic of 'What Makes China Unique' and look at the way traditional Chinese women dress, alongside listening to Chinese music and making our own drums.
In Literacy, we will be writing for a purpose and encouraging the use of our special friends and red words.
Another week has flown by again, I hope you have been enjoying the sunshine! We are finally getting closer to the half term !! Hang in their everyone, you are doing an incredible job. I will not be putting any planning on the blog for the following week, but I am here if you need me. I will also aim to put another story on the blog for the children soon.
I have seen some, super, creative work, this week and I am thoroughly impressed with how, enthusiastic the Children have been with their learning about China. So far, we have looked at: the map of China, , the Great Wall of China, Chinese Writing, Dragon Dancing and we plan to continue learning about Chinese Food this week.
We will be revising a range of strategies including using syllables, finding rhyming words, reading red words and set 2 and 3 RWI sounds. We also will be looking at the set sounds 'ur ' and 'er'. If you are working on set 2 sounds, this is perfectly acceptable , so please do not worry.
we will be revisiting doubling , really looking at the concept and language involved in doubling through using lots of playful strategies.
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