Hello Fox Class. 

 

I hope you all had a nice weekend and enjoyed the lovely weather.  Here is your work for Monday.  You can complete these tasks in any order but try to get everything done.

 

Maths:

-Year 2 Work through White Rose Home Learning Summer Week 2 Lesson 1 (Compare lengths) https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

-Year 2 Complete Doodle Maths ‘x a day’.

-Year 3 Work through White Rose Home Learning Summer Week 2 Lesson 1 (Add fractions) https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/

-Year 3 Complete I Can Do Maths Section 3 Test 2 Part A.

 

English:

-Complete Purple Mash 2Do Spellings Quiz for last week’s words.  Change the options in the top right corner to ‘Don’t let me see the word’ and ‘Keyboard entry’ before pressing play.

-Read your new spellings list and make sure you know what each word means (attached for use throughout the week - please save).

-Year 2 Complete Grammar SAT Buster Booklet Set B Tests 3 & 4

-Year 3 Complete Grammar Targeted Question Book Pages 31, 32 & 33.

 

History:

-Complete Purple Mash 2Do (information text about Christopher Columbus).  To find out all about him, click on the blue question mark and then the box that says ‘Read More’.  This has been set for you by Mr Williams.

-Make sure you save your work and ‘Hand In’ at the end.

 

Other ideas to keep your bodies and brains active:

-Complete Joe Wicks’s workout https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1

-Do some yoga or mindfulness https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga

-Play a board or card game.

-Read a book

 

Have a great day and make sure you are listening to your parents. 

 

Miss Evans

 

P.S. Parents, I will be phoning on either Monday or Wednesday this week for a brief chat about how you and your child are getting on with home learning.  It would be lovely if I could also speak to your child towards the end of the call.

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01761 470622

High Littleton C of E Primary School
Church Hill, High Littleton, Bristol, BS39 6HF

Headteacher:  Mr Gareth Griffith