There are so many 3D shapes in all of our homes. How many can you find? Go on a shape hunt around your house and see what you can find. Remember you're looking for items that are shaped like a cube, cuboid, cylinder, sphere and a cone. Try and draw a picture of as many of them as you can.
Have a listen to this video about 3D shapes!
I hope this message finds you well and that everyone is keeping safe. We are living in extraordinary times at the moment and each family has been faced with new challenges and obstacles. I understand that many of you may find it difficult to schedule school activities into the daily routine, and I want you to assure you that the activities on this blog are completely optional. I do not want to add any pressure or strain to an already stressful and overwhelming time.
The activities are this blog has been solely based on work the children had been doing in school and work they should be familiar with. I have posted several daily activities on the blog and these include:
Many thanks to those who have been able to give feedback in the comments section of the blog; distance learning is new to me so receiving your positive feedback and messages is assuring. Feel free to ask any questions you may have in the comments and I will answer them the best I can.
For now, I hope everyone is enjoying this lovely spring weather and I will talk to you all very soon.
Good morning Room 11. I hope you enjoyed all the activities I posted this week. There will be many more to come next week so make sure to keep checking the blog.
It's such a beautiful day outside. Make sure to get some fresh air and enjoy the lovely sunshine. Why not try out this lovely spring hunt? See how many of these things can you see outside.
Have a go at drawing a daffodil!
Good morning boys and girls. Some of you will remember that we started looking at nouns before school finished up two weeks ago. Have a listen top the video below and follow the instructions at the end.
Now it's time to go on a noun hunt!!
This is another activity that the children can complete daily.
Here are a list of questions that the children can answer.
These are worksheets related to this topic. They can be done over the course of a few days. They could complete them orally or by writing the answers down onto a sheet of paper or in a copybook.
Once again, these activities are only suggestions and feel no pressure to get them completed each day. I hope everyone is keeping well and safe!
Another daily activity can the children can do independently or they could practice with older brothers and sisters. They are familiar with all the questions from school.
It would be great if parents, where possible, could comment down below so I have an idea who’s reading these blog posts. We can use the comment section to chat with one another and share ideas/activities.
Update for all the boys and girls in Room 11.
*My address is firstname.lastname@example.org and I would love to see some images or videos of the children doing these activities.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.