Weeks from 23rd March – 3rd April
The times have changed drastically but the children are busy learning, playing and doing activities they enjoy.
Here are some wonderful examples of how and what the children are learning from home doing their classwork activities:
Thank you to those who have returned our class survey and you can still do it over the holidays if you did not get round to it yet. After looking at it so far, I am aware that we will be doing more art and perhaps google meets as people proposed in it. I also posted a Holiday (Easter) activity sheet for you as material if you look for something during the holidays, not compulsory. Have a nice relaxing holiday and see you soon!
Week Beginning 23rd March 2020
Hello Primary 3! Hope you are all doing well and that you had the opportunity to go out this weekend and enjoy the sunshine. As well as posting work here for you we will also post work on Google Classroom. You were given your log-in last week and it should have been stuck in your diary. If you were off please email a member of senior management to get your log in details. We look forward to seeing all the fantastic work you are doing at home in your Google Slide.
Home Learning Timetable
Due to school closure I will be posting activities here for you to do at home. Here is a rough timetable of what you can do.
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Homework 19th March to be completed by 24.3.20
- Spelling Words Week 10 (choose one of the activities from the grid below, also on Google Classroom) Stars: put, pull, push, cushion,full, bush, awful, bull, different, light, sentence, stop
Astronauts: sack, back, neck, peck, pick, bucket, rocket Moons: cheese, noise, because, please, ease, pause, tease, back, bird, add,
- Numeracy: Log on to Mathletics (username/password is in your diary) and choose a Multiplication game.
- IDL choose one activity of the IDL grid below (also posted in Google classroom)
Term 3 Numeracy:
IDL: Children created castles at home and explained how they made them in class.
Everyone took part in the Hazlehead School Ceilidh on January 30th.
Challenge One: Property Challenge- The Potter
Challenge Two: Baby Bears Den:
Christmas Jumper Day: 5th December
Our IDL Topic: Grow your Own
We had fun working with our partners counting in 3’s to develop speed for our 3x table recall.
Health and Wellbeing:
We have tasted different types of apples, from our very own Hazlehead School Garden, farm shop and England and concluded by making a display diagram that the English apples were the favourites.
Reflection Time on Fridays: Thinking and talking about our learning helps us to retain knowledge.