So, how was Week 1 of home schooling? Remember this is a 3 day week and then it’s the Easter holidays!
Please don’t feel you need to print everything in the plans – simply ask children to work on paper, on the computer (if appropriate), or in the exercise book they have brought home, writing as neatly and as clearly as they can (especially with calculations when it comes to maths). Keep a balance of word processed and handwritten work, if you are using a computer.
I have really enjoyed seeing the work you have all been sending me, but there is no expectation that you do this. If you are particularly proud of a piece of work, or want to share it with the class, I would love to see it. In the same way, if you want to send me an email, to ask anything or just to say ‘hi’, please do.
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Plans for the week beginning Monday 30th March (only 3 days!):
- Topic Map
- English – a non-chronological report about your own made-up animal. See Topic map.
- Maths – finishing our unit on Ratio and Proportion.
- Science –Colour spectrum. see topic map.
- Science- Spectacular Spectrum
- Make a colour wheel
- PSHE– Healthy Me- poster. See topic map.
- Art -Houses
- Art lesson
- Friedenreich Hundertwasser
Please send me photos of what you have been doing! Here are some lovely pieces of work you shared last week:
Look at all the suggested sites which I updated last week—these are also on the main Doves page. There are lots of fun activities to do on there.
I know you will all be missing my jokes ;o) so I will post some of my favourites each week. Please feel free to send me your favourites too.
Here’s one to start the week with:
Why don’t oysters donate to charity? Because they’re shellfish.
And finally, thank you Layla for this introducing Barney, the latest member of your family–just gorgeous: