There is no expectation that children should do academic work over the Easter Holiday.
However, teachers would appreciate parents, carers or other family members listening to their children read or reading to them. Mr Cooper has also asked if parents and carers can support their children practicing the Times Tables. Children also need to know the multiplication facts. For example, if 7 x 8 = 56, then 56 ÷ 8 = 7. This is an easy one to remember… 5 6 7 8… 56 = 7 x 8.
If parents and carers do want to do ‘school work’, then the previous work can be accessed by clicking here. There is plenty to do and remember, if you need more challenge try the next year up. Likewise, if you find it hard, use the year below.
The teachers and LSAs want to continue calling you at home to see how you are and just to have a catch-up chat.
Click the links below – more ideas will be added as the days pass.
Mrs Grey Music: Keep Calm and Make Music – Easter Eggstras
Mr Barry PE: Children need to be active for 60 minutes a day. Use the NHS Change4Life website for ideas to get your whole family moving from as little as10 minutes a day. Also, if you fancy a bit of Cosmic Kids Yoga, click here.
Mrs Smith (ELSA): If you need a bit of calm, try some mindfullness. Click here for Mindful Me – Breathing and Bubbles.
Mrs Llewellyn: If you fancy reading a copy of the library’s First News, click here.
Miss Thomas: Purple Mash Key Workers Notice Boards. If you want to use the notice board please read Miss Thomas’ letter first. Click here for a copy (it was sent home previously) Online safety activities to do for Easter – 5-7 years olds click here and 8-10 year olds click here.
Miss Isaac: Art work for you to try. Create a sock puppet. Decorate using buttons, old fabrics, pom poms etc click here. Fun and easy sewing projects using scraps of fabric/felt click here. Art using toilet roll tubes click here. More art work for week 2: Easter bunny origami bookmark click here. Monster blow painting click here. Stain glass painting with bottle lids and wax paper click here.