Junior for completing all his home learning tasks this week. Junior your water cycle diagram was drawn accurately and coloured in beautifully. Keep up your hard work, superstar!
Madison for working diligently on her grammar this week. Madison, I was so happy to receive all your fronted adverbials work. Keep it up!
Ella. F for creating an outstanding PPT about water pollution. It was wonderful to see your computing skills shine. The information you included was informative and emotive. Well done Ella!
Evelyn for a beautiful write up explaining the water cycle. Evelyn, your water cycle poem was equally as impressive! Keep up the fantastic work!
Hannah for creating a beautiful watercolour sky painting in the style of Georgia O'Keeffe's Sky Above Cloud. Hannah you blended your colours like a professional! Well done!
Flynn for creating a detailed persuasive poster about visiting the Lake District. Flynn your poster really made me want to get my walking boots on! It was extremely informative! Well done!
Stan for writing a beautiful poem about the journey of water. Stan your poem rhymed well and you included topic words to explain the journey of water. Well done!
Ella. A for being completely independent at tackling maths this week. Ella, you have shown confidence and resilience this week. We are all extremely proud! Well done!
Other Suggested Activities
Free e-book library with activity sheets and blogs for children aged 3-11: home.oxfordowl.co.uk
We are Teachers have compiled a list of authors doing read alongs at: https://www.weareteachers.com/virtual-author-activities/
Audible are offering free audio books for those reluctant readers at:
Check out the family Zone on the Literacy Trust website. There are some great resources, including a Reading Miles Global Challenge and other links to websites to help to keep the children motivated to read.