Emma our Health and Wellbeing worker has produced a document to provide parents and carers with a range of links to a range of sources of support and advice. We hope that you find it useful.
In your home learning pack – mindfulness colouring (ocean theme). Create your own mindfulness colouring sheet for someone else in your family to colour in, remember to add in lots of detail.
https://www.dltk-kids.com/animals/m-plate-seahorse.htm – link to a colour changing seahorse activity you can use crayons or pens –not just paints. fasteners in your pack. You can make any ocean creature using this technique.
Lots of ideas for simple ocean crafts (or create your own ocean creature from recycled cardboard and plastic)
Create a tweet that would encourage people to care for the oceans and not pollute them.
Use an empty box and create your own under the ocean scene (diorama) https://www.3dgeography.co.uk/ocean-diorama
Share your learning on Google classroom or Twitter @CarlibarPS
Wear your sunglasses all day today.
Design a brand new style of sunglasses, draw them and colour them in or make a pair with cardboard – use an empty cereal or food box. Post a photo of your creations on Twitter #sunnydays @CarlibarPS
Due to the number of calls and messages we have received about Google classroom not working with i-pads we have produced this guide. Our ICT coordinator has produced this and has tried accessing Google Classroom on both newer and older i-pads successfully. Please follow this guide when working with i-pads.
IT IS ALSO IMPORTANT TO ENSURE THE SAFETY OF YOU CHIKDREN WHEN WORKING ONLINE.
Do you know about the library service’s latest online resource – Press Reader. It gives you FREE access to over 7,000 worldwide magazines and newspapers. You can filter by country, category and language. There are 500 UK magazines and 171 UK newspapers including all the daily tabloids and broadsheets.
You can create an account and tailor your preferences but the more you use it, it will begin to tailor based on your reading. There are no restrictions on the number of times you can download titles, nor are there any restrictions on simultaneous downloads so you will always be able to download the title you want, when you want it.
After 30 days, Pressreader will ask you to sign in again for the next 30 days access. Back issues are available for 90 days, although some publishers place restrictions on this.
- Download the Pressreader App for iOS, Android or window devices.
- Select Sign-in with ‘Libraries & Groups’
- Select East Renfrewshire Culture and Leisure from the drop down (it tends to
- Enter your Library Card number
- Happy downloading and browsing.
You can also opt to create an account and sign in using email and password, via facebook, google or twitter. There is Browser access available at: www.pressreader.com but we would encourage use of the App.
Not a member – join online at https://www.ercultureandleisure.org/joiningthelibrary.
If you can’t find your library card/number then email email@example.com to request the barcode number and PIN for your library membership.
We hope that you are all keeping well and are thinking about all of our families at this time. The link above is a guide for you that we hope will give you useful information to support learning this term. This will also be in the home learning section of the school website along with lots of other activities. The booklet has links to take you directly to sections of the website or other helpful sites. It will also be emailled directly to all families with more information.
Take care and stay safe