‘Make it count’
Look after your wellbeing as you count down to the summer holidays.
Here are a selection of quick daily activities that can be done independently, with a sibling or with a parent/carer.
Follow a quick daily wellbeing calendar:
Let us know how you get on by commenting and sharing photos on your class stream, to your class teacher or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
This week is Mental Health Week. More then ever it is so important to be aware of our Mental Health and how we can try new things or make routines to help us stay mentally healthy.
Here are some great tips for children and adults to try this week to be kind to ourselves and others to help us keep mental healthy.
Why not give them a go as a family, or share some tips with those you are keeping in contact with over social media. Share with us or your class what you tried. Let us know what you do already and share how this could help others.
To find out more about mental health week 2020 go to: https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/campaigns/mental-health-awareness-week
Have fun and stay safe,
The Menstrie Team.
Weekly Videos on different times in history. Every Wednesday at 2pm.
This week their video is on
ADVENTURES IN HISTORY: AMAZING ANIMALS
Videos to catch up on:
Learn how pilots earn their nicknames, an easy way you can make cakes from carrots and the secrets of the world’s best den.
Good morning everyone, I hope you had a nice long weekend. Feel free to share in the stream or on our blog here what you got up to.
Did you know that this week is another short week for you? This Friday is VE Day, which stands for Victory in Europe Day. The day is celebrating the formal acceptance by the Allies of World War II of Nazi Germany’s unconditional surrender of its armed forces on 8 May 1945. This year is the 75th Annual Anniversary and the May Bank holiday which is usually a Monday to enable people to mark the day.
I thought this week I would try and link most of our learning around what VE Day means and links around the history of WW2.
Feel free to take on your own research and learning around the topic, some of you may have family stories or heirlooms of interest that you would like to share via powerpoint, video, photo, a report or so on.
Have a great week everyone and don’t forget you can keep in touch with me on Google Classroom or via email at email@example.com or on the class BLOG.
So head over to Google Classroom each day where you will find your assignment for the day.
Stay Safe and have fun,
Morning everyone 😀
Today is Friday and today you have a day off due to our school In Service. Whilst I am working with all the Teachers you are free to relax and enjoy your day.
Or maybe you are like road runner and need something to do…
If you are looking for things to do because your adults need to work or you aren’t sure what to do, then why not look through my comments on your assignments.
Look back over work that you have not done, could you catch up on something?
Go find the Easter Fun Activity Grid I made and try some of those things out.
Or Pick from the list:
Plan your own reading cafe
Make a drama to show everyone at home
Potter in the garden
Help tidy the house
Look after your pet
Sort out your room, could you tidy the books, under your bed, the toy box etc
Learn a song or dance routine
Learn to tie your laces
Call a friend
Write a letter to post to someone
Do Joe Wicks or your own work out
Do cosmic kids yoga
Bake with an adult
Watch a movie
Make a den or fort
Build an obstacle course
Look at P4AE Blog and make comments on the post
Write a story
Make a comic strip
Play dress up
Play with lego
Make a puzzle
There are so many things you can do to enjoy your FRIYAY!
Share here if you wish what you get up to with comments and photos.
Otherwise have a lovely weekend and I shall see you all back online on Monday 😀
Bonjour à tous, j’espère que vous allez bien.
Hello everyone, I hope you are all well.
I have found an exciting new language resource for you to try. Linked below is a YouTube channel called LingoBox Learning.
You will find a 0 – 100 counting challenge.
Starting with 0 – 10
Check it out on Youtube
(or adults if you wish you can like it on Facebook)
Also here is a link to some fun activities and games to help you practice saying, reading and writing your numbers.
Number Challenge Sheet
Have a go and send in examples of things you have tried using photos or videos to the blog, to your teacher or the school email firstname.lastname@example.org
In school each week we usually fill in the walk to school survey. The children also can receive badges for their active ways of getting to school.
As we are not in school each day at the moment Living Streets have created free access to their website for the children. When you go on you will be able to see information and different activities which will go live each week for free.
This week it has started with a Scavenger Hunt for your daily exercise.
Also if you have time, send pictures or completed surveys on the blog here or on your Google Classroom 😀
Current Government rules allow us to leave the house once a day for exercise – this includes walking. If taking part in some of the activities outdoor, please make sure you follow the Government’s rule to only leave the house once, keep at least two metres away from others, and wash your hands when you get home.
Have fun everyone and stay safe.