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Home Learning

EYFS

School Closure Parents Letter – EYFS
EYFS Home Learning Pack

Year 1

School Closure Parents Letter – Year 1
Year 1 Home Learning Pack
Year 1 Home Learning Pack Guidance and Answers
Year 1 Practical Ideas

Year 2

School Closure Parents Letter – Year 2
Year 2 Home Learning Pack
Year 2 Home Learning Pack Guidance and Answers

Year 2 Practical Ideas

Year 3

School Closure Parents Letter – Year 3
Year 3 Home Learning Pack

Year 3 Home Learning Pack Guidance and Answers
Year 3 Practical Ideas

Year 4

School Closure Parents Letter – Year 4
Year 4 Home Learning Pack
Year 4 Home Learning Pack Guidance and Answers
Year 4 Practical Ideas

Year 5

School Closure Parents Letter – Year 5
Year 5 Home Learning Pack
Year 5 Home Learning Pack Guidance and Answers
Year 5 Practical Ideas

Year 6

School-Closure-Parents-Letter – Year 6
Year-6-Home-Learning-Pack
Year-6-Home-Learning-Pack-Guidance-and-Answers
Year-6-Practical-Ideas

All Years

MC Grammar Live Show is now on YOUTUBE!

Subscribe to the channel at www.youtube.com/mcgrammartv
Each lesson will focus on one grammar rap song (objective) and one punctuation skill.
The audience will be able to answer questions, post comments and rap along to a memorable lesson that is pacey and fun!
We will also feature  answers/work from previous lessons and continue to promote reading for pleasure at home.
For an active challenge, you can try one on these links below.

PE With Joe – Workout videos with Joe Wicks (The Body Coach) Mon-Fri 9am.
The Body Coach TV – These are Joe Wicks workout videos which also include challenges such as,
the 7 day sweat challenge.
Cosmic Kids – Yoga videos through story themes.
www.activesuffolk.org/covidschoolsupport – basic weekly challenge sheets provided by Active Suffolk for pupils’  families to carry out.
https://imoves.com – provides active videos and resources that are completely FREE. Parents simply need to sign up once on the website, and they will receive daily emails with themed Active Blasts. The Active Blasts are not just workout videos, they are also linked to topics such as active maths dances etc.

For a musical challenge, you can try one of  these links below.  You don’t have to stick with just one age group either.

You will need to use following information:

Username – 182998
Password –  hc4yhm2k24

And then click on the ‘launch’ steps on the left for your music challenge.

Other useful websites to use at home.

  • BBC Bitesize – Teaches different topics and has activities and games.
  • Classroom Secrets – Offering free home learning packs with practical ideas.
  • Cool Maths – Maths lessons, quizzes and games
  • Literacy Shed – Literacy based website that has videos and teaching ideas.
  • Maths Bot – Maths question generators that have different topics and level of difficulty.
  • Nrich Maths – maths challenges that are often used in class.
  • Pobble 365 – Offers a different picture each day with questions that can be answered. Also includes a story starter and sentence challenges.
  • Storyline Online – Opportunity to watch and hear stories being read aloud.
  • Top Marks – Activities that can be used for different subjects including maths games like Hit the Button and Daily 10.
  • Twinkl – Offering free access for the time being with the code CVDTWINKLHELPS. Has multiple resources for all subjects.
  • White Rose Maths – Offers maths challenges for each year group.
  • World Book World Book online have made their entire collection (3,000 ebooks and audiobooks) free for children to access at home. They have books available for all ages – stories and reference books.

Maths

Maths Learning Grid – Year 1 & 2
Maths Learning Grid – Year 3 &4

Wind in the Willows

This is available to watch for free. https://www.willowsmusical.com/

Some ideas to follow -up
  • Draw and write about your favourite character.
  • Draw a story map showing what happens at the beginning , middle and end.
  • Create a “Wanted” poster for Mr Toad.
  • Write your own play script or conversation between your two favourite characters.
  • What do you think to the production and performance. As a theatre critic write a review for a newspaper explaining what you liked or disliked about the play. Write in the style of  a journalist