Home Learning - Week 7

In school we use the White Rose Maths scheme to teach our children.
To help support your child at home, I have attached a list of links to the videos to watch and learn and questions to answer.
To support your child, I have also included the answers
PSHCE - Feelings

It is important that we share our feelings with others and have somebody to talk to when we feel different emotions. Think about different emotions that you can experience in a day.

Have a look at the slides which will guide you through the session. It will be very helpful if an adult can help you as you discuss various feelings that you and they will experience. The most important message to get across is that we all experience a variety of feelings in a day. All feelings are important for our mental wellbeing but it is how we deal with them that is crucial.

Watch the video link and share your thoughts with an adult. Hear how they cope when they feel angry, upset and happy.

Read the poem 'A Rain Song' and answer the questions.
Your adult can help you mark this with the answers provided.
English - Prepositions of Time
Prepositions can tell us when something happens. Prepositions are usually followed by a noun or pronoun. Write out the sentences in your book and underline the prepositions of time.

This weeks PE task is to create a circuit using your name.
If there are any you find too tricky, you can swap them.

What is your favourite book ever? Why is it so special? Write a short paragraph all about it, I would love to read about the books you all enjoy and make sure that we have copies in school so you can share these with your friends.


Don't forget you can use the Language Angels website to brush up on our Spanish!
There are lots of wonderful online lessons you can access at home that are easy to use. 
The login details are:
Username: Blakeh1017
Password: lahome
For more information, please click on the link, which includes a handy 'how to' video or see the instructions the below!
Once you login, your child can choose any of the units on offer. The 'Entry Level' units are the most straightforward.