Monday 4th May 2020
Week 3 of the Daily phonics start of day activities.
PSHE - All About Britain. Go through the powerpoint and talk about the different elements. There is a worksheet to do which involves drawing pictures; and some Union Jack bunting to write a short sentence about what you like about Britain. This links well with the geography from last week and the VE Day lesson later in the week.
Tuesday 5th May 2020
Geography/History - All About Lighthouses.
Share and discuss the powerpoint.
Label and colour in the picture of a lighthouse. You could choose one of the designs from the pictures in the PP or create your own. Label the picture with these words: Lightning rod, Lamp, Lantern room, Watch room, Gallery deck.
Wednesday 6th May 2020
P.E - continue to practise the skills you focussed on last week, or choose a new skill!
Computing -Computer Programming. The powerpoint relates to using Scratch Jr on a tablet. It is a free app that can be downloaded onto any tablet that has the capabilities to download Apps.
If you can't get Scratch Jr, there is Scratch on the class home page in the 'ICT internet safety' tab. It is a little different to the junior version and the instructions (codes) you use to programme don't exactly match the lesson plan. Either way, have a play and see what you can do.
The activity sheets are there as a guide - no need to complete them all.
Thursday 7th May 2020
History - VE Day
There is a powerpoint about World War 2 to give some context to the enormity of the war followed by a powerpoint about Victory in Europe, and then some activity sheets for you to choose from. There are clips on YouTube with actual news footage and I'm sure there will be something on Newsround on Friday.
I'm not going put anything up for Friday as it's a Bank Holiday. You could plan your own celebrations, decorate your front windows, carry on with any of the activity sheets etc. There will be a VE Day bingo activity coming out with this week's newsletter too; full of ideas of things to do.
Friday 8th May 2020
VE Day Bank Holiday