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Class 3 Home Learning

As we are entering a period of uncertainty here are some activities to complete at home to continue to provide for your child's learning. We suggest that some of these activities should be practised daily - as they are currently. These daily exercises will remain the same on this page. We will also put other activities on the website that will change each week so please check the school website regularly.  Additionally, we have added a list of websites that you may also find useful to support your child with their learning at home . 

Daily Learning Activities

Remember to read daily.  It doesn't have to be a reading book it could be a newspaper article, leaflet , magazine or comic. 

Continue with your own Battle of the Books personal Reading Challenge. We appreciate you may finish reading the book you currently have so please see attached a list of books for each year group. 

Multiplication Tables Practice  - please find the document below. Some children have 1 minute to complete each test (they know who they are!) otherwise the test should be completed in 2 minutes. 

In addition, the BBC Dance Mat Typing programme is a really useful tool and website for the children to practice and improve their typing speed and precision.

Please see the link below : 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zf2f9j6/articles/z3c6tfr

PE Activity Challenge Cards 

These cards contain great ideas for keeping fit and active at home. 

Weekly Learning Tasks

Suggested enrichment Activity Passport ideas

  • Keep a diary for a week 
  • Learn a poem by heart and make a recording of it 
  • Try yoga 
  • Make up your own game and teach it to someone else 
  • Fly a kite 
  • Make a model out of recyclable materials 
  • Send an email 
  • Learn how to access the news 
  • Find out about a local charity and how to support them 

Miss Long's Activity

As I was walking my dog this morning I saw a painted pebble on the floor. The pebble was bright yellow with a smiley face. I therefore set you the challenge of making a possituve pebble or something similar. It might be a picture of something you saw when out on a daily walk e.g. a daffodil or a bird. It might be some positive words that you saw written and displayed in someone's window. I look forward to seeing the photos. It would be wonderful to share them and display them in the peaceful garden when we return. 

Sharing your learning

I've really enjoyed seeing the the emails of the activities you have been doing. I've seen pictures of: 

Benjamin's homemade pipes

Isla and Ella planting seeeds

Annie's classroom

Jamie's volcano

Ted's science work and Max's Life Processes work

Please ensure that all messages linked to home learing are sent to admin@broadtown.wilts.sch.uk and not to individual members of staff.

Christian Value

Our Value this term is Perseverance. If you were present in Mrs McEvoy’s last assembly, she talked about her friend’s brother Tim Dom. Tim is a 4X World Champion, 3X Olympian, 2X Ironman Champion and holds 1X World Record.

In 2017 Tim was hit by a van whilst training and broke his neck. His story is a true example of perseverance. You may be interested in watching a 5-minute clip of his amazing recovery from the accident.

The Man with the Halo: Iron Again

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=A6UVbHmLCj0&feature=emb_title

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