Dear children and parents
Thank you for visiting the Cedar Class home learning web page. My suggested timetable for this week is available above. Should you wish to access resources relating to the timetable - or indeed use them alongside your own timetables - please log on to Google Classroom, where I will be uploading links and files in the folder for the relevant day (your Google Classroom username and password is inside the front cover of your blue exercise book which you took home when we were last in school).
Please ensure that at the very least you are reading, practising spellings and practising times tables every day. Your personalised spellings list is available in the Monday folder in Google classroom, or on the Spelling Shed website (again, password in blue book).
If you are having trouble logging in to Google Classroom or Spelling Shed, please see my 'how to' files at the top of the page for step by step instructions.
Ms Lovelock is reading The Hobbit, by J.R.R. Tolkien.
Log into your Google Classroom account to watch the videos!
Foundation Subjects (Suggested afternoon learning)
Monday 30th March: History
Tuesday 31st March: I.C.T.
Learn to touch type using one of the websites linked below.
You may decide you want to keep practising this to improve your typing skills. If so, I encourage you to practise a few times a week during the time that we are off.
Wednesday 1st April: Science
Watch this video about hedgehogs.
Can you answer any of these questions?
What do you notice about the hedgehog as it moves around the garden?
Can you think of any reasons why the hedgehog rolls into a ball?
What do you think hedgehogs might eat and how might they find this food?
Do you know anything about the challenges hedgehogs face?
If you would like to take this activity further, read on:
Although hedgehogs used to be very common in the UK, their numbers are dwindling. There are lots of things we can do to help them out. If you have a garden why not have a go at making it more hedgehog friendly with this guide from the Wildlife Trust.
Get in touch with any extra things you do related to this activity. You know I love to hear what you are getting up to!