If you are self isolating due to Covid 19 then here are some fun learning activities you could do with your child.
At St Oswald’s we recognise the importance of keeping children active during these difficult times. The children won’t only benefit physically but it will support mental health.
Our local School Games network and Active Derbyshire have been working together to create and publish a weekly programme of activities to support families over the next few weeks.
The weekly activities will be sport themed and include golf, football, tennis, orienteering, athletics, cricket, gymnastics, boccia, netball and badminton. All activities have been developed so everyone can have ago using equipment found in the home and in whatever space you have available. Each week we will update the class pages with the new programme for that week.
Thank you for sending in all your wonderful projects!
Here is all the information you need for Home Learning in Week 14 of the current Lockdown.
- Phonics Play online- reading real and nonsense words phase 4 and phase 5 words.
- Read The Tiger Who came to Tea and sequence the story.
- Watch Tinga tanga Tales on BBC- Create your own zig zag book of a Tinga Tanga tale.
- Practice writing Tricky words correctly from all phases (phonics play)
- practice the common exception words year 1 2 spellings Use these words to write simple sentences
- Count in 2’s, 5’s and 10’s using the songs from You tube.
- Understanding of weight, capacity an length, using sand, water and other practical resources (Corbett Maths has videos on this)
- Research and find out about Big Cats- Tigers, Lions, Jaguars, panthers, etc… find out facts, which part of the world they are from, what they eat, etc…
- Plan and make an enclosure for a Big cat using lego, junk modelling, any other construction materials you may have.
You can continue to support your reading at home by using this fabulous website; http://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/
http://www.oxfordowl.co.ukThere are lots of e books you can read with questions to answer. These are a great way to share and improve your reading skills at home.
phonics play www.phonicsplay.co.uk is a great website to support reading
BBC bitesize supports with reading ideas.
How fantastic Amazon are supporting and providing children everywhere with free audible books!
What imaginary worlds will the stories you listen to take you?
Here is a suggestion to make and Easter Garden over the next couple of weeks. You could even make and Easter Bonnet, or an Easter Card.
Joe Wicks has his own You Tube Page and at 9am every morning he will be leading a PE Lesson you can do in your house with your children. Let’s keep as fit and active as we can during this time.
Home Activity Challenges (1) The Schools Sports Partnership have created a fun timetable of different activities you could do at home.
Please find attached the Year One spellings for the next few weeks:
Mr. Sears Class
Our topic this term has been ‘Bright Lights Big City’ we have learnt all about cities and compared the countryside to the city. We have developed our knowledge about London, the landmarks and it’s history learning about The Great Fire of London.
We have baked bread, and written instructions, built houses for our Great Fire of London street and tested materials to find out which would be the best one to build Big Ben or London Bridge. we have even performed London’s burning to our families!
Below is our topic overview for Spring term 1.
Below is our curriculum map for the whole year, it highlights what the children are learning at each point in their year.