★Get this song on iTunes: http://bit.ly/IT-FKS1 Fun Kids English is excited to present “Hello Song”, a fun and engaging song for young learners to start the day in the classroom or at home. It’s important that children are able to express themselves naturally when we ask them “How are you?”. This song focuses on key phrases of greetings, such …
how many days have we had in March? how many days left in March? how many days until April? have a look at a calendar
Movement – try Go Noodle for parents and see if you can find a relaxation category ‘Melting’ is good
Sorry picture is a bit blurry. This series starts on Wed. night at 8.00pm on BBC Scotland channel.
Some Scottish pupils are let loose in the museum in Edinburgh overnight – looks like fun.
Group 6 – you might spot a dinosaur!
Groups 4 and 5 – they might find some Roman artifacts.
Please find below a list of interactive educational websites which most of the secondary pupils have used at some time during their Social Studies lessons:
(Should a website not load on your computer, it might be best to access it using the older search engine – Internet Explorer.)
“Sheppard Software” – then choose sheppardsoftware.co.uk to access hundreds of educational games, matching activities, quizzes and articles related to school topics.
“Topmarks” – then choose Topmarks.co.uk to access a huge variety of education resources online. Remember to scroll down the page.
“Roman mosaic online” – then choose demon.co.uk to access an interactive Mosaic design program, which some of our pupils have recently been using in school. Choose the “simple” menu heading for an easier grid to work on.
“3d geography” – then choose 3dgeography.co.uk to access fun ideas to help with learning about Geography.
“Crickweb” – then choose crickweb.co.uk to access a variety of subject related interactive educational activities.
There are also plenty of educational resources on the “BBC Bitesize” website. Try the Primary Link to begin with and follow the Scotland menu for Early, First and Second Level resources for most subjects.
Morning Circle Activities – see yesterdays Blog for the days of the week, weather and emotions boards. Don’t forget to choose your morning job for home😊
ICT/Technology – Choose an activity from Kirsty or Steve’s post on the right hand side of the page.
PE – Take a challenge from Gerry! Try Joe Wicks again if you haven’t done it for a while.
Story – Check out this short story about social distancing which Vicky shared with us.
Sign of the Day – See Lorna’s daily Blog for the signs of the day.
Fiddly Fingers Challenge – can you print out this board and put buttons on all of the holes? Or if you don’t have a printer make your own rainbow from buttons, dried pasta shapes, playdoh or anything else you have around the house. Get creative!
Gardening/CDT – Check in with Scott to see what activities he has being doing in the garden this week. Or watch this funny clip about looking after plants below…….and look after your plants inside or out.
HWB – Remember that this week we are remembering about NURTURE. Watch the video below and talk about what makes home a caring place for us to live and grow. You can also talk about the ways in which we can ask for help in school and at home. Who do we know that helps us?