I hope you are all out and about making the most of this fabulous weather... if it all gets too much and you fancy sitting down to some work why not have a go at the following activities:
1.Draw a snowy picture and use fantastic adjectives to describe your snowy scene.
2. Write a diary entry about your snow day. What have you been doing? Where did you go? Who did you spend the day with? How did you feel? What did you wear?remember to use time connectives to sequence the events and write in first person.
3. Go onto purple mash. There are lots of games and things to do on there. Why not make your own maze on 2code?
You will find more maths games here!
‘High Frequency’ Words
All children in Classes R, 1 and 2 bring home a pack of ‘High Frequency’ words every week on a Friday. Some of these words are very difficult to sound out the normal way so they need to be memorised. It is very important for the children to learn these words as they will come up consistently in reading books. As the children move to Class 1 and 2, the words form the basis of the childrens’ writing.
We would like the children to spend just 5 minutes per day learning the words – you may like to devise a game with the words or write the words on paper to stick around the house!
Please keep the words in your child’s school bag so they can be used in school on a daily basis.
If you have any questions regarding ‘High Frequency’ words (HFW) please speak to your class teacher or Mrs Morrison, the Key Stage 1 Manager.