St Paul's Catholic Primary School
A Voluntary Academy
Aspire not to have more but to be more – St Oscar Romero
Good Morning everyone! We hope you are enjoying this week learning about the Easter story. We have really enjoyed seeing your activities and work on the blog and sent to us via email. We look forward to seeing some more today a reminder of our class email:
Please complete the next part of the Easter story in your work book. Link to the story is below in case you would like to read it again.
Your maths today involves counting forward and backwards in 2's or in pairs. Start the presentation below from 'Lesson 3' and then apply your skills to the worksheets below and the number game activity. If you choose which star challenge you are going to complete, you can print your sheets off if you are able to do so, if not, use your home learning book to write the number sequences down.
We have been learning about everyday materials and what things are made of and what they are used for. Have a look at the presentation below and see if you can choose a few household items to sort into the materials they are made from. You could take a picture of how you have sorted them or you could draw a picture in your home learning book and label the different materials.
When you have completed this you can follow the link below to play a game sorting the recycling into the correct bin.
In school we use a scheme called Jigsaw the children really enjoy this and find the 'calm time' activities where we spend time focusing on breathing an enjoyable time to be calm and relax. Jigsaw have provided us with some activities to share at home. We have added the link below The lesson is called 'Fowley's Wings' and focuses on hopes and dreams. It would be great if you could complete this lesson as a family. It involves listening to a story, discussion and a craft activity making wings. There are two activities to choose from so do the activity you prefer as a family. Please keep the wings you make as we would love to create a display of them when we return to school.