Oxford Owl Logins (online reading books)
Click the My class login at the top of the Oxford Owl page in pink.
Username: whitecote1 Password: Maple
Username: whitecote1a Password: Juniper
VE day celebrations
Hello 1 Maple and Juniper!
As many of you will be working away from school for a while, we will be setting you some challenges to do whilst you are at home.
Remember to keep reading every day!
We have set various tasks on My Maths for you to complete (these do not all need to be completed at once).
Keep an eye on this page for your 'Home Learning Challenges', these will be updated regularly.
We know it will feel different working at home instead of school, but we also know you will do your best and make us proud.
Keep smiling! x
https://www.nasa.gov/specials/nasaathome/index.html - Space - The final frontier
This is a fantastic site with lots a of great resources, they have also created daily mini lessons for all year groups and subjects.
Coconut Ordering numbers to 100 (go to the menu for ordering to 10, 20 to 1000)
Hit the Button for number bonds/addition/subtraction etc
We have created logins for Oxford Owl https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/?selLanguage=en&mode=hub.
You can find lots of lovely online books on there.
Click on My Class
Login in at the top of the page.
Class 1 (Maple) Username: whitecote1 Password: Maple
Class 2 (Juniper) Username: whitecote1 Password: Juniper
You will find some amazing audiobooks below; perhaps 'timetable' a set time for the children to listen to a story while you get on with some tasks, or even have a cuppa while you listen along!
The World of David Walliams - stories read live, daily at 11am, by the author himself (although you can listen anytime).
Storytime online - world book day
Giraffes can't dance by Giles Andreae and Guy Parker-Rees - This was one of our key texts this term as part of our animal topic. The children really enjoyed learning the actions as part of our Talk 4 writing unit.
The Selfish Crocodile By Faustin Charles Illustrated By Michael Terry. Another key text used in class as part of our guided reading.
Owl Babies by Martin Waddell. We had just started this book. Perhaps you could get the children to sequence the story or create their own story map.
The National Association of teachers of Religious Education.
There are lots of fab resources and a lovely video sharing the Easter story, particularly helpful for those of you who will not be able to attend your usual Easter service.
Robert Biddulph - http://www.robbiddulph.com/draw-with rob
You can join in with draw along sessions with children's illustrator Rob Biddulph on his youtube channel every Tuesday and Thursday at 10am - he will show you how to draw some crazy characters!
Sarah McIntyre https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgoRgoLdl7E&t=34s
Sarah plans to post a video every Friday. The first one is showing you how to design your own book cover!
History at home
The Natural History Museum
CBBC horrible histories! https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/shows/horrible-histories
Take a look at different jobs through history - would you like to do any of these jobs? I'm not too sure I would like some of them!
Geographical Association - Lots of lovely games, videos and online quizzes
The Earth Museum - Dive in and explore
Geoblogy - Some cool activities, including making your own volcano!
Mini Map Makers
Jurassic Coast Trust