***Please see the files below for home learning activities planned following the Easter Holiday***
Please feel free to complete these with your children beforehand, or at your leisure.
They will be updated fortnightly.
Welcome to Keyne Class Home Learning Hub!
Firstly, I would like to say a huge thank you to those of you who donated money for our Compassion UK sponsor child Patrick last Friday. So many of you were extremely generous and we have enough money to cover the next few months! Unfortunately, Compassion UK are not opening post at the moment so I will have to wait to send our letters to Patrick.
Secondly, it's the Easter holidays!!! I'm sure it will feel strange staying at home and lots of you may have had to cancel plans, but hopefully you can still have a relaxing, happy holiday and make the most of the weather! I have uploaded some Easter resources you may wish to use.
I would love to see photos of what you are getting up to at home, both learning and Easter-related - one week down I am definitely missing you all! Please email me any photos and I will upload them on this page (please let me know if you would prefer for them not to be made public).
Please make sure you are still reading every day and taking quizzes if your child is on Accelerated Reader. If you have any queries (or photos) please email me on email@example.com.
Stay safe, stay healthy, stay home!
Love Miss Harris
Watch the video "Catch It" on the Literacy Shed.
Activites - choose whichever you would like to do.
1. Retell the whole story of the video using a storyboard.
2. Write some sentences describing the video using -ly adverbs and expanded noun phrases. E.g. The fluffy, brown meerkats were sleeping soundly in their sandy burrow. The golden sun shone brightly on the vast savanna.
3. Write some dialogue for what the meerkats might be saying to each other and to the vulture using speech bubbles.
4. Draw a meerkat and label its body parts.
5. Write a list of adjectives, one to describe the meerkats and one to describe the vulture.
6. Write a diary entry from one of the meerkats about the vulture stealing the fruit and you chasing it.
7. Write a fact file about meerkats or vultures.
8. Write a letter to the vulture explaining why you want your fruit back.