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Rabbits spelling homework for week beginning 28/9/20
Each week a new grid of suggested activities will be posted onto our P2/3 page. The activities and ideas have been created and chosen so that they can be used at home without needing too many resources or preparation. Please don’t worry if you don’t manage to do all the activities during the week or find some tricky – try your best 🙂
It would great to see what you are doing so please do email me some photographs or video clips and share your news. Please also email if you have any questions about the activities or tasks.
I hope you have enjoyed the last two weeks transition activities and getting to know your new teachers. This week’s grid has lots of activities to round off our year together and look forward to your summer holiday. As always please do not feel any pressure to complete the activities and please do feel free to email me with any photos, comments or queries.
Have a good week,
Here are some fun challenges you could try over the holidays.
I have split the class into Primary 2 and Primary 3 activities but you can choose either classroom activity if you want to. Miss Gainford
15/6/20 & 22/6/20
for the next two weeks I am handing you over to your new teachers. They have created some very exciting activities for you to help them get to know you better. Please follow the links below to your new class for this week’s activities!
I am not putting up any new learning for the next two weeks but you can continue to use Education City, Purple Mash, Oxford Owl and any of the game s on my previous grids if you want to but there is no expectation for you to do any of these activities. I’m still happy to hear from you all via the class email about what you are doing if you want to. Have fun!
This week’s core learning grid (click to download)
I hope you all enjoyed your sports week, thank you for the photos and videos you sent in. This week I would like to have a Teams meet on Glow on Wednesday the 10th of June at 2pm, all the information about how to do this are on the links on this week’s grid. I really hope you can make it as it would be lovely to be able to chat.
Please do keep sending photos and comments about the children’s work it is so good to hear how they are getting on. If you have any questions about this week’s activities please get in touch via the class email I’m happy to help.
Have a good week,
I hope you are all well and enjoying the lovely weather. This week’s grid focuses on Sports week and I’ve tried to link most of our activities to a sports theme. I hope you enjoy it
Please keep in touch using the class email, it is lovely to hear what the children are doing whether ‘school’ activities or not.
Additional resources for this week’s grid
These worksheets do not have to be printed out. You can use from the screen and write answers in your jotter or on your whiteboard. The answers do not need to be written down most of these activities can be done by talking with you child.
Hummingbirds Baby Talk
Skylarks and Doves Tidy Up
Puffins Read and draw 1
French Rainbow colouring
Our Town Local shops and services
Purple Mash 2 create a story
Only print out work if you need to and remember to choose just one RME group work.
Thank you for all the lovely emails and pictures. Do keep sending them in it’s lovely to see whatever you are doing. Please do not worry about what activities you do or don’t do, they are just suggestions for you to try if you have time there is no pressure to complete them at all.
Take care and stay safe
Here are some resources for this week’s activities you may want to use.
Spelling Menu for active spelling ideas.
Hello again. I hope you are all healthy, happy and having fun at home.
I’ll send out individual emails on Monday morning with usernames and passwords for Purple Mash, Education City and reading levels for using with Oxford Owl. Please get in touch with any queries or problems you have. Keep sending photos and updates , it’s good to keep in touch. I saw lots of lovely work and a very yummy looking birthday cake last week!
week 6 the Buddha P2,3,2
Previous learning activities
(please try any of the activities as many times as you like.)
Hello. I think there were a few problems with links last week hopefully things will work more smoothly this week. Please let me know of any issues and I’ll try to resolve them. I’m aware not everyone has access to a printer but the worksheets can be used from the screen and answers written on whiteboards or just for reference please do not feel any pressure to keep printing the sheets it’s just a way for me to communicate my ideas to you. Also please keep sending photos of you and your work I really enjoy seeing them and replying to your emails. I’ve put a Play Live challenge on Education City and I’ll be on at the times I’ve said for each group so we can play against each other. When you go on to Play Live choose the school tab and you can play against other pupils from your school, good luck!
I’m missing you all and hope you are all well and having fun.
Here is an indoor scavenger hunt just for some fun on a rainy day.
Hello, I hope you enjoyed last week’s activities. We are going to look at some of the buildings in Castle Douglas this week. Please let me know if any of the links I have included are not working as I can edit them during the week. The maths work is on the second page of the grid. P3s could you please log on to Accelerated Reader using the link below and do a STAR test?
Keep sending me photos and emails please – it’s good to keep in touch. I hope you are all well and having fun at home.
Monday 20th April
Hello again, I hope you had an enjoyable Easter. I’ve been enjoying the bright weather and working in my garden where we have a blackbird nest which has inspired some of our work for this week. Over the next few weeks we are going to be exploring our local area virtually and maybe on your daily walks. Please don’t forget to use the email address if you have any questions or if you’d like to send some photos, I have really enjoyed seeing what you have been doing. Have a good week.
Remember to visit Mrs Teale’s grid as well and try her activities.
Friday 3rd April
Hello I hope your second week at home has been fun and you’ve managed to try some of the activities on the grid. We are now at the start of the Easter holidays which will be so different this year. I know you’ll be doing lots of fun things at home over the next 2 weeks. I’ve put links to some Easter activities below if you want to try them. Also remember to look at the P1-7 general ideas page ( link at the top of this page) for lots of super ideas to try at home.
Please feel free to send any pictures or videos of any activities you have been doing. It’s been lovely to look at the ones I’ve been sent so far of work, junk modelling and even a homemade newsround!
I hope you have a relaxing and fun holiday. Please check back after the two week break for a new grid.
Hello everyone. I hope you are all getting on well and have had a chance to try some of the activities on the learning sheet. Please get in touch with and queries or problems or any photos of what you’ve been up to.
This week I’ve put up a link to a story about a Toy Museum and some follow up ideas as well as some of our usual work.
Have fun and stay safe.
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Active Spelling ideas Spelling Menu
Hello from Miss Gainford,
This week we were going to learn about Jesus the teacher. If you have a children’s bible at home see if you can find a story that Jesus told or search the internet with a grown up to find one. His special stories were called parables and he used them to teach people about important things so that they could understand them. When you have found one, draw a picture of it and discuss what it means .
Our other lesson was on staying safe at home. So again with the help of a grown up you can become a safety officer and check that all dangerous items or places are made safe.
These could include; medicines, cleaning or garden products, sharp knives, tools, glue, batteries, stair gates, electrical leads and sockets, matches and toys.
Did you find anything that needed sorting? If you did, well done.