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Friday 5th March 2021

 

Comprehension

 

Read the text and then answer questions about what you have read.  Remember to look for key words in the question which will help you find the answer in the text.  You can underline these.  How and why questions are asking if you have understood what you have read, so you might need to think carefully about your answer.  You might not be able to find it in the text.

Thursday 4th September

 

World Book Day Activities

In your Home Learning book we would like you to do a world book day book review, you can answer the following questions about your favourite book. 

 

If your book is a story  

  1.  Where is the story set? 
  2. What is the problem in the story? 
  3. Who are the characters in the story? 
  4. Who is your favourite character and why? 
  5. Why do you like this book? 

     If your book is non-fiction  
    1. What does your book tell you about? 
    2. Why does this topic interest you? 

         3. Can you tell me the 3 best facts from your book?   

Wednesday 3rd September 2021

 

I can write coordinates

 

Today you are going to put your own dinosaurs on a grid and then give the grid reference number to show where you have put each dinosaur.  You can cut and stick each dinosaur into the grid in your Home Learning book or simply copy in their names. 

Tuesday 2nd March 2021

I understand why Easter is celebrated

 

Today we are going to learn about a Christian festival.  We are learning about Holy Week which is what Christians believe happened in the week leading up to Easter Sunday. 

Watch the video – 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/ztkxpv4/articles/z4t6rj6 read the PowerPoint and then sequence the pictures.

Monday 1st March 2021

I can understand how people may be feeling

 

Listen to the YouTube link below. Take some time to calm your mind. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mV9BBRIRoGg 

Think about how important it is to relax.  Can you think of ways to relax?  What could you do?  Play outside?  Read a book? 

Now look at the pictures on the PowerPoint on the school website. Look at the people in each picture.  Do they look relaxed or not? 

Can you give each picture a score from 1 – 10.  1 if the person is very relaxed and 10 if they are very worried.  Give each one a different score.  Write 3 words for each picture describing how the person is feeling.

Friday, 26th February - Art

Today we are going to use what we learnt about dinosaurs yesterday. Can you collect old boxes from around your house and make a model dinosaur.

Examples of the sort of items you could use are:

• egg cartons

• plastic bottles

• cardboard packaging

• plastic packaging

• empty kitchen roll

• empty cereal boxes

Think about the things your dinosaur has – sharp nails, frill, plates on it’s back, horns etc.

 

Junk modelling is very beneficial to your child’s development in the following ways: it encourages problem solving, exercises their creativity and improves their fine motor skills.

Please take a picture so we can see what they have made when we do return to school.

Thursday, 25th February - Geography

Today we are going to think about finding where an object is on a grid.  This is called co-ordinates and we use it to describe positions on a map.

Read through the power point attached below to find out how we do this.  

 

Activity: - Can you write down the grid reference for each of the dinosaurs?

Remember:

Go along the bottom first and write the letter of the column. 

Then go up and write the number of the row.

Wednesday, 24th February - Comprehension

Read the text and then answer the questions about what you have read.

Remember to look for key words in the question which will help you find the answer in the text. You can underline or highlight these.

How and Why questions are asking if you have understood what you have read so you might need to think about the answer, you might not be able to find it.

 

Tuesday, 23rd February - RE

Today we are going to  think about a special

time that you celebrate and describe its

importance.

What is a Celebration?

Think about the questions below:

What is your favourite day of the week?

What is the best day you can remember?

What is your favourite ‘celebration’. This may include birthdays, weddings, sporting achievements, cultural events and religious events.

 

Now think about these questions: Where does it happen? How do you know when it will happen? Is there special food (what is it?)? Is there music? Do people tell stories? Are decorations used? Are there special songs or dances? Are special words used? Who goes?

Activity

Write about your favourite celebration in your home learning book using the questions above to help you.
Monday, 22nd February - PHSE

Listen to the youtube link below and take some time to calm you mind


 

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Now look at the powerpoint below.

Think about what you would do to motivate someone.
Watch the video in the link below.  How does Barnaby Bear become motivated?

Now think of four things that keep people healthy.

In your books draw or write 4 suggestions for each of the things Jigsaw Jo needs to be more motivated to do. Think of all the different ways you can help Jigsaw Jo stay motivated and make healthy choices.

Jigsaw Jo doesn’t want to:

•Go to dance practise

•Eat to the apple in her lunch box

•Go to bed

•Wash her hands after going to the toilet

Friday, 12th February - PE- Gymnastics

This week we will continue to look at using different rolls, jumps, travels and balances. You will complete some challenge cards as part of your warm up using these. Then you can create your own sequence and routine.

Use the ideas from last week's lesson to help you create your routine, then perform the routine.

Please record your routine and send to your teacher by email, we would love to see them! If you want teach a sibling or another family member your routine.

Thursday, 11th February - Computing

Today we going to find out about emails. Emails must be sent to a specific address which must be typed carefully.

Did you know not everything on the internet is true.

Look at the power point.

Look at Zara’s zoo in 2 simple 2email.  Begin to work through the game helping Zara.

Ask your child – is Zara real? Is everything we read on the internet real?

Look at national trust visit Scotland.  Is a Haggis real? 

 

Wednesday, 10th February - Comprehension

Read the text and then answer the questions about what you have read.

Remember to look for key words in the question which will help you find the answer in the text. You can underline or highlight these.

How and Why questions are asking if you have understood what you have read so you might need to think about the answer, you might not be able to find it.

 

Yellow and Red – Comprehension on Gandhi,

Green – Comprehension on Martin Luther King

 

Blue – Phase 4 Comprehension

Tuesday, 9th February - Science

Can you remember the names for the different parts of a plant from last week?

What does a plant need to grow?

Think back to your work in year 1.

Watch the video below

Read the power point and answer the questions on the sheet.

 

Why not look for signs of new plants growing when you go out for your daily walk – there are lots of plants starting to grow –

Look on the ground for bulbs/flowers

Look at trees and bushes – can you spot any buds (leaves starting to grow)?

Monday, 8th February - History

Today we are going to learn about Gandhi who was a real person who lived long ago. We will find out why he is famous and what happened as a result.

Watch the video below

 

Look at the power point. 

What did Gandhi do?  Why is he famous?  What changed because of him?

 

Activity

Sequence the pictures of Gandhi’s life. Then complete the sentence:

Gandhi believed that….

Friday, 5th February - PE- Gymnastics

Today we are looking at sequencing a routine.

Warm up – have a go at different, rolls, balances and jumps. When your body is warm you can start to put together a routine.  Your routine needs a travel, jump, roll and balance. There are 3 different levels, see if you can complete the hardest! Please send a video of your child's routine to your class teacher. We look forward to seeing them.

Thursday, 4th February - Computing

Think again about the different ways in which we can communicate electronically.

What do you know about staying safe when online?

Listen to the song in the link below

Be Safe Online (Lyric Video)

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Explain to your child that people may make themselves look different online – how can they do this? – Random picture of another person, animal etc

Why do we have school e-safety rules? (Read through the Pdf files below)

Activity

Make an e-safety poster using one of the school rules.  Use 2simple 2Publish+ (in Purple mash- username and password in homework books/reading records) or draw one in your home learning book. 

Wednesday, 3rd February - Comprehension

Read the text and then answer the questions about what you have read.

Remember to look for key words in the question which will help you find the answer in the text. You can underline or highlight these.

How and Why questions are asking if you have understood what you have read so you might need to think about the answer, you might not be able to find it.

There is a different sheet for each group.

Tuesday, 2nd February - Science

What does a plant have?  Can you write a list in your book of all the different parts?  Think about flowers, trees and plants.  Do you have any plants in your house?  Look closely at them – what can you see?

How do we know plants are alive? Do plants grow?

Read the power point.

Listen to the song in the link below

Activity - Now label the picture (or draw it in your home learning book and label the different parts.)  Can you complete the table explain what each part of plan does,

The Parts of a Plant (song for kids about flower/stem/leaves/roots)

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Monday, 1st February - PHSE

Relax and listen to the meditation track at the beginning of the power point.

Now look at the different birds in the photographs.

Decide which is your favourite and why.  Are there bits from the other birds that you like too?

Imagine your garden of dreams where you feel safe and happy.  What would the birds look like in the garden? 

Now in your home learning book use half a page to draw a picture of the bird in your garden of dreams. Colour it in if you can and show us how beautiful it is.

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Friday, 29th January - Gymnastics

Look at the PowerPoint. Can you have a go at the different gymnastic exercises: jumping, rocking and balancing.  Remember to think about different levels – high, medium and low level ways of traveling. Have a competition with someone in your house mum/dad/brother/sister or everyone could join in.

Who can do the most?

Ask your brothers and sisters to join in and make it a family competition.

Thursday, 28th January - Computing

Ask your child the different ways in which they can get a message to a friend. 

(Letters, postcards, texts, e-mails, tweets, facebook, face to face, phone (mobile, landline), skpe, facetime etc)

Ask them what is good and bad about sending messages each way. (Quick, slow, others may see, can see their face when you tell them etc)

 

Which of these messages use technology (phone, laptop etc).  Explain to the children these are often the quickest way to send messages and receive a quick reply.  How many different electronic devices can your child think of?

 

Activity – to sort devices on sheet according to if they can be used to send a message. You can write their names, draw pictures of themm or cut and stick the pictures if you have a printer.

Wednesday, 27th January - Comprehension

Read the text and then answer the questions about what you have read.

Remember to look for key words in the question which will help you find the answer in the text. You can underline or highlight these.

How and Why questions are asking if you have understood what you have read so you might need to think about the answer, you might not be able to find it.

Tuesday, 26th January - Shabbat

Watch the video and then read the PowerPoint.

 

Now in you book can you write about Shabbat. 

  • What is it?
  • When is it?
  • Why do they celebrate it?
  • What do they do at Shabbat?

There is a writing frame to help you.

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Monday 25th January

Spend some time relaxing.  Listen to the meditation link on the power point and inked below.  Meditation helps the well being of everyone.

Look at the PowerPoint and the different gardens in the photographs.

Decide which is your favourite and why.  Are there bits from the other gardens that you like too?

Imagine a garden of dreams where you feel safe and happy.  What would be in the garden?  Think about the plants, birds, animals, colours etc.

Then in your home learning book use half a page to draw a picture of your Garden of Dreams.  Colour it in if you can and show us how beautiful it is.

Guided Meditation for Children | Your Secret Treehouse | Relaxation for Kids

Friday, 22nd January - Rangoli Patterns

Using the lines and patterns we have been practising we are going to create a Rangoli pattern.

Read the power point and watch the videos.

There are some sheets which you can print out or copy into your home learning books.  Or you could use a coffee filter or tissue like they do in the video.

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Thursday, 21st January - Geography

Continents and Oceans

Listen to the song in the link below

Read the power point. 

All land is part of a continent and made up of different countries and islands. Oceans are wider areas of water (where seas meet together).

 

Label the map with the names of oceans and continents.  Use the numbers in each box to help you record your answers in your home learning book.

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Wednesday, 20th January - comprehension

Read the text and answer the questions about what you have read. Remember you may need to think very carefully about How and Why questions. 

Tuesday, 19th January

Read through the power point in the Topic section of the school website. 

Think about the following questions –  

How do Jewish people rest and pray on Shabbat? 

What special clothes do they wear when they pray? 

 

Write about when and where you pray and what special clothes you wear and compare this to the Jewish people. 

In your books copy the table below and write about what Jewish people wear to pray.

 

Monday, 18th January - Dreams and Goals.

 

Dreams and Goals

Listen to the song on the Power point. Why is it important to get along with others to achieve your goal – help each other.

 

Challenge today:

Your goal is to learn the Owl and the Pussy cat poem. (on power point)

Think about the steps to help you:

1. Listen to the poem

2. Join in with the poem

3. Read the poem

4. Read each line and repeat it without looking

5. Read each verse and repeat it without looking

6. Say the whole poem without looking.

Friday, 15th January

We are going to be thinking about how artists use lines to make patterns and things look real. 

Work though the power point. While watching the story pause on each page to look at the pictures carefully.

Split a page in your home learning page into 8 boxes.  Now fill each box with different lines and patterns – you could start in the middle, corner, top or side of each square.  Look at a completed example in the power point on the website.

 

Or watch the story in the link below 

 

Thursday, 14th January

Today we are going to find out where Pakistan and India are on a map of the world.

Have you visited these countries?

How long did it take you to get there?

Read through the power point to help. Learn about the Northern and southern hemisphere. What is the equator?

Then label the map of the world.

Write the number  and then what is shows in your home learning book. 

Wednesday, 13th January- Comprehension

Read the information about Winter on the sheet and use this to answer the questions.  Make sure you find the answers in the text -don't think you know them and guess!

Remember 'why' and 'how' questions are testing if you understand what you have read and the answers may not be in the text.

 

Make sure you do the one for the group you are in!

Tuesday, 12th January - RE

Today we are learning about how Jewish people believe God created the world in 7 days.  This story is also in the Qu'ran and the Bilble - can you spot anything that is the same and something that is different?

Work through the power point and then complete the work in your home learning book - draw a pictures to show what God created each day and write a short sentence to go with each picture.

PSHE

Monday 11th January 2021 

I know how to be the best I can be

 

Today’s lesson is all about being the best that we can be. Open the PowerPoint below and listen to the song. What is the song trying to tell us? Think of something you want to be able to do really well.  So that you can do this you need to achieve little things along the way – think of it like a ladder. Can you fill in a ladder for something you want to achieve?  There’s an example in the power point if you’re not sure. You could draw a ladder in your home learning books or just label each step 1 to 7. 1 = the start of your learning and 7 = when you achieve your goal. 

PSHE

Friday 8th January 2021 

I know what it means to be successful

 

This afternoon we will be starting our PSHE focusing on Dreams and Goals. Discuss with your child a time when they were successful and achieved something and how proud they were. Work through the PowerPoint below, then ask your child to write a sentence in their remote learning book on their biggest success and how they felt when it happened.

Wednesday, 6th January.

Today we are looking at Geography.  We are going to be learning about the United Kingdom and Great Britain.  We will be finding out about the countries which make them, their capital cities and the seas which surround them.

Work through the power point and answer the questions at the end in your home learning book.  If you have a printer at home you could also print off the sheet and label the United Kingdom.

Tuesday 5th January 2021

 

I can recognise important Jewish objects

 

Before the holidays we started to learn about Judaism and learnt about the different objects that Jewish people use every day and when they pray. Read the PowerPoint below and watch the following video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=73WsIne-FKg. Once you done this please complete the worksheet labelling the objects.

Tuesday 5th January 2021 - I can recognise Jewish objects

Monday 14th December 2020 - PSHE

 

Can your child think of nice things they would say to a friend who was feeling upset because they feel different to others? Re-read the PowerPoint story – Billy, Bella and B from last week.

Explain we should be kind to everyone.  Ask your child is B happy now? Were Bella and Billy being kind? Complete the present sheet draw 3 presents and write a sentence underneath each picture starting with ‘I would give B this present because’

Friday 11th December

 

I can write a special message

We will continue looking at Judaism today, we have looked at Mezuzah in class and we will continue to explore the special message inside the container. Use the video on the Year 2 Home learning page to recap what a Mezuzah is. It explains that it contains the Shema Prayer written in Hebrew.  In English it says ‘O hear Oh Israel the Lord is our God.  The lord is one’.  Explain that this is what Jewish people believe and that different religions have different beliefs.  Talk about ways in which you might get someone’s attention, what would you say?Attention…’‘Quiet….’ ‘Listen carefully….’

Draw a speech bubble in your books starting with one of these openers then share an important, holy message.

Thursday 10th December - I can compare houses in the past and present

Look at the pictures of the houses from 1666 and now.  Can you compare them?

Think about what we have learnt –

What were they made from?

What are they made from now?

What were the streets like?

What are streets like now?

What were the roofs made from?

What are roofs made from now?

Complete this work in your home learning books. Remember to use conjunctions

For example:

In the past houses were built out of wood but now they are made using bricks.

Thursday 10th December - History

Wednesday 9th December

 

RE

Why do Jewish people celebrate Shabbat.

How do Jewish people welcome Shabbat on a Friday Night.

How do Jewish people both rest and pray at Shabbat.

Watch the video on the website.

Look at the power point (below) and read the information together..

 

Look at and discuss pictures of things relating to the Shabbat. E.g Candlesticks, globe, candles used on a Friday night to welcome to Shabbat. Challah, Challah board, Challah cover, Havdalah Candle, spice box, goblet, images of people worshipping at the synagogue, pictures of people spending time together. Images of the first 6 days of creation. Do pupils remember any of these items from last week? Talk about what they might be used for.

 

Activity: Label what the items are called.

Tuesday, 8th December

PHSE

Remind your child about the story about B from last week.  (link below)

Complete the trophy sheet provided

Tell me or show me/Let me learn

Using the trophy template, the children complete the following:

In the central square: Draw a picture of one of my friends

Section 1: Write or draw how my friend is different from me

Section 2: Write or draw how my friend is similar to me

Section 3: Write or draw how it feels to be friends

Section 4: Write or draw how I would stand up for my friend if someone was bullying them

Monday, 7th December

 

Computing

View Hector’s World Episode 3: Its a Serious Game' (link is below)

Ask your child these questions

· How the Squid knew Sprat’s personal information. · Why Hector gives the Squid Tama’s personal information.

· What Constable Solosolave warns Hector and his friends about

Explain to your child that personal information is just that – they should not share it with anyone.  Explain that there are some people we can trust – parents, teachers, police officers.  Talk about when these people can be trusted to help you.

Complete the sheet – a person I trust

Draw a picture of the person they trust and write a sentence to explain why they trust them.

Thursday, 3rd Decemeber

RE

Look at the power point on Jewish objects found in the home. (e-mailed in the morning)

Cut and stick the objects and match them to their labels.

Challenge ask your child to write a sentence for each objects to explain what they are used for.

Wednesday, 2nd December

PHSE

We have been learning that it’s ok to be different and like different things to your friends.

Can your child think of nice things they would say to a friend who was feeling upset because they feel different to thier friends in class?

Look at the power point story – Billy, Bella and B (in the link below)

Explain we should be kind to everyone.  Ask your child is B happy now? Were Bella and Billy being kind?

Complete the present sheet – Ask your child to draw 3 presents they would give B.  Underneath their pictures ask them to complete the sentence:

I would give B these presents because…

Monday 30th November

Today I would like you to log into Purple mash using your login details at the front of your homework book.  

Using all the different tools we have been using in class can you create a Christmas picture?  Look at the ones below to give you some ideas.

Week beginning 3rd November

 

PHSE

We are going to think about things that are we like that we have in common with our friends and things that are different.

We presume all boys like football and all girls like dancing but this isn't always true.

If you are boy

with your mum or sister think of 3 things you both like

  • this might be reading
  • a film
  • an activity
  • a colour

if you are a girl do the same with your dad or a brother.

write down the similarities in your homework books.

 

RE

We are thinking abut what makes something precious.

 

There are things which are precious because of our faith - Muslims - Qu'ran, Star and Moon

Christians - Bible, Cross

Jewish people - Torah, Star of David

 

There are things that are precious because of when we got them or who gave them to us.

  • special book
  • favourite toy 
  • jewellery etc

 

For example - 

Mrs Taylor has a Teddy which is very precious to her as it was a present from her Grandpa who died when she was a young girl.

 

Mrs Tyldesley has a ring which is very precious as it belong to her mum.

 

Mr Barker has a special book full of stories which was given to him when he was a baby.

 

Activity

Draw something which is precious to you in your homework book and write under your picture an explanation for why it is special to you.

PE - I can throw and catch (Friday 2nd October 2020)

This afternoon I will be live at 1.30pm on YouTube for a live workout and throwing and catching PE lesson. If you have a tennis ball or small ball please get this out ready for your afternoon session. I am no Joe Wicks, but I will give it a good try!

PSHE - I understand why we have to do remote learning (Thursday 1st October 2020)

This half-term we have been talking about the impact of Covid 19 and being back at school. With us social distancing for this week and hopefully returning to school next Tuesday 6th October, it is important for your children to understand why. If you watch this Social Story video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPEVLGJNX_I then discuss with your child their feelings about being at home and going back to school. If there are any worries that your child expresses please feel free to contact me via email.

Distance Learning Social Story Video

As school remain permanently closed, students are having difficulty with transitioning to Distance Learning. This is a simple social story about the meaning of distance learning,

Art - I can complete an observational drawing of a piece of fruit (Wednesday 30th September 2020)

Today we will be looking at completing observational drawings of the inside of a piece of fruit, hopefully you have managed to get a piece of fruit such as: an apple, peach, pear, plum, kiwi, or strawberry. If you don't have any available please do not worry, I will take a picture of the fruit I model drawing for your child to draw.  I have posted a video below modelling how to draw the inside of a piece of fruit and also uploaded pictures to support with your child's learning.

Observational drawing of fruit

Mr Barker models, with his not so great artistic skills, an observational drawing of an apple.

A plum & apple to draw

Geography Lesson 6 – Making a map (Week beginning 6.7.20)

This week, if you feel comfortable to do so, we would like you to go and take a walk around your local park drawing a map of its layout and what you can see using a key for your drawings. Before going out and drawing the map, have a look at some examples using the ordnance survey maps website - https://osmaps.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/.

 

If you don't feel ready to go to the park you can think about what the park looks like or use google maps to look and try and give it a go!

Geography Lesson 5 –The local area (Week beginning 29.6.20)

Geography: This week we will be moving on to looking at the local area using maps. Have a look at Audley on Google Maps and with your parent's help type in your address. Look to see what you can see, near school and your house on the maps. If you use the link below it will take you to the map of the school using google maps:

https://www.google.com/maps/place/Audley+Infant+Community+School/@53.7415562,-2.4685151,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x487b9fba2152e375:0x2b95b796261093e4!8m2!3d53.7415562!4d-2.4663264

Science & Geography Lesson 4 –Animals Including Humans Assessment & United Kingdom (Week beginning 22.6.20)

Science: We are continuing looking at Animals (Including Humans). This week we will be looking at all our learning this half-term and completing an assessment on Education City. Please see the videos posted below to recap the learning then have a look at the assessment.

 

Geography: This week we will continue recapping our knowledge all about the United Kingdom - ending with Northern Ireland, watch the video below about Northern Ireland and read the PowerPoint to learn lots of facts. After use the Learn Screen on Education City, before completing a fact file on Purple Mash or on paper all about what you know about Northern Ireland.

Northern Ireland PowerPoint

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Science & Geography Lesson 3 –Food Chains & United Kingdom (Week beginning 15.6.20)

Science: We are continuing looking at Animals (Including Humans). This week we will be looking at animals and their food chains. We will be understanding what animals eat and understanding the pray and predators of different creatures. Watch the videos below about food chains, look at the PowerPoint then watch the Learn Screens on Education City. Once you have done complete activities on there and on Purple Mash.

 

Geography: This week we will continue recapping our knowledge all about the United Kingdom - starting with Scotland, watch the video below about Wales and read the PowerPoint to learn lots of facts. After use the Learn Screen on Education City, before completing a fact file on Purple Mash or on paper all about what you know about Scotland.

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Science & Geography Lesson 2 – Worldwide Habitats & United Kingdom (Week beginning 8.6.20)

Science: This week we will continue looking at why animals live in the places that they do. We will learn about how animals adapt and change to live in their habitats and how the habitats provide everything that they need to survive. There are some videos below to help you understand what habitats are suitable for different animals, and how their bodies help them in their habitat. There is a PowerPoint for you to learn about the different habitats around the world and there are lots of learn screens on Education City to help you understand and activities on there and Purple Mash.

 

There are also some videos all about minibeasts, to help you understand what they are and where you may find them. There are many of these on YouTube just search for Minibeast Adventures with Jess.

 

Geography: This week we will continue recapping our knowledge all about the United Kingdom - starting with Wales, watch the video below about Wales and read the PowerPoint to learn lots of facts. After use the Learn Screen on Education City, before completing a fact file on Purple Mash or on paper all about what you know about Wales.

Fun Facts about Wales

World Habitats

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Science & Geography Lesson 1 – Habitats & United Kingdom(Week beginning 1.6.20)

Science: This week we will be looking at why animals live in the places that they do. We will learn about how animals adapt and change to live in their habitats and how the habitats provide everything that they need to survive. There are some videos below to help you understand what habitats are suitable for different animals, and how their bodies help them in their habitat. There are lots of learn screens on Education City to help you understand and activities on there and Purple Mash.

 

There are also some videos all about minibeasts, to help you understand what they are and where you may find them. There are many of these on YouTube just search for Minibeast Adventures with Jess.

 

Geography: This week we will be recapping our knowledge all about the United Kingdom - starting with England, watch the video below about England and read the PowerPoint to learn lots of facts. After use the Learn Screen on Education City, before completing a fact file on Purple Mash or on paper all about what you know about England.

Identifying the natural habitats of animals | BBC Teach

Animal Habitats | Animal Homes

Transport, travel and landmarks of London | Geography - William Whiskerson

United Kingdom Countries PowerPoints

Minibeast Adventure - Caterpillars

Minibeast Adventure - Ladybirds

Science Lesson 5 – Habitats (Week beginning 18.5.20)

This week we will be looking at why animals live in the places that they do. We will learn about how animals adapt and change to live in their habitats and how the habitats provide everything that they need to survive.

Science Lesson 4 – Life cycle of a Frog (Week beginning 11.5.20)

This week we will be looking at how a tadpole grows into a frog and its life cycle. Watch the videos and look at the PowerPoint below to learn about the different stages of its life. Once you have learnt all about it, there are some activities on Purple Mash and Education City for you to complete.

 

Life Cycle Of A Frog! - The Dr. Binocs Show

Hey Kids, it's time to learn the life cycle of a frog as Dr. Binocs is here to explain the cycle in his own unique style.

Science Lesson 3 – Life cycle of a Butterfly (Week beginning 4.5.20)

This week we will be looking at how a caterpillar grows into a butterfly and its life cycle. Watch the videos and look at the PowerPoint (below) to learn about the different stages of its life. Miss Wallbank has been growing butterflies at home with her children so she has very kindly sent us some pictures to show us the different stages. Once you have learnt all about the life cycle, there are some activities on Purple Mash and Education City for you to complete.

 

1. The box with the butterfly net and pot with caterpillar (larva) eggs were delivered.

2 The butterfly net was set up and the box was unpacked.. 

3. The caterpillars start to grow and get their food from the bottom of the pot.

4. The caterpillars begin to grow and get bigger and bigger,

5. The caterpillars find a safe place at the top to start to build their cocoon (the pupa stage)

6. The caterpillar makes a hard shell around itself known as the pupa, so that it can complete its metamorphosis (change) into a butterfly.

Life Cycle of a Butterfly

Our topic for today is Life Cycle of a Butterfly. A butterfly lays eggs on the leaves of a plant. These eggs hatch and young ones called larvae or caterpilla...

Science Lesson 2 - Living, Dead or Never Been Alive (Week beginning 27.4.20)

This week we will be looking at how you can tell if something is living, dead or never been alive and the things that all living things do. Watch the videos and look at the PowerPoint below to learn what all living things do and what dead things used to do. Then you can try and look around your garden, or your house, and make a list of all the things that you can see that are living, dead, or never been alive in your homework book or on a separate piece of paper. Then there are some activities on Purple Mash and Education City for you to complete.

It's Alive!

You're alive! And so are all the plants in your garden, the birds in the sky, and the fish in the ocean! How do we know they're alive? What makes them living? Find out by watching the video!

Living and Nonliving Things

Living and Nonliving Things. Things which can grow, move, breathe and reproduce are called living things.

Castle Junk Modelling Task

How to make your own cardboard castle

Science Lesson 1: How do animals change as they grow. (Week beginning 20.4.20)

This week we will be starting our new Science on Animals (including humans). We will start the topic by looking at how animals grow and change as they get older. At the beginning of the school year we thought about how humans change, but we would like you to think about animals. Do they grow and change in the same way? How are they similar? How are they different? Look at the YouTube videos below then complete the tasks on Education CIty and Purple Mash.

Living Things Grow & Change

Living Things Grow, Lets understand about growth in living things.

Living Things Change

How do living things change as they grow? This video will show you with some examples.

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