To support you during this period, Twinkl is offering every teacher in England access to all Twinkl resources with a One Month Ultimate Membership, totally free of charge. We’re also extending this to every parent and carer in your school so your pupils can still have access to high-quality learning during any periods of disruption.
Setting this up is really easy to do - go to www.twinkl.co.uk/offer and enter the code UKTWINKLHELPS
I've set up a class account for us on Epic - it's a free website and it will give you access to lots of online books. We can currently use it for free throughout the summer holidays.
Go to www.getepic.com/students
Log in with your class code euk4572
Select your name and you're in!
After launching the Epic app, select “Have an account? Log In” then click “Students & Educators”. Log in with your class code euk4572
Hello Beech families!
Here is your next week of home learning activities. Thank you for all the messages and emails so far. Keep them coming! It really is lovely to hear and see all the amazing learning you are doing at home.There are some extra challenges added for you to choose under home learning if you would like them.
We will continue with our phone calls home and either Mrs Powell or Mr Usher will be taking it in turns to chat with you.
Thank you for your continued support.
Have a good week.
It has been lovely to see lots of photos of you all being busy at home. Thank you for sending your letters. I have very much enjoyed reading them. Keep up the good work!
One of the activities next week will be making turnip soup. Just thinking a bit of notice to put items on your shopping list would be helpful if you would like to do the activity
If you can't get hold of any turnips, vegetable soup will be just as good!
It was lovely to read your emails and look through the photos you sent. Thank you We will look forward to more news this week. Have a good week.
Hello Beech class and welcome back to week 3 of home learning!
We hope you had a lovely Easter, ate some yummy chocolate and managed to play in the garden lots.
It would be lovely to hear how you are and see some of the things you are doing at home on our new topic 'Creative Craniums'. You can email the office with photos, videos or just a simple message!
Enjoy your week.
Hello Beech! We have been thinking about you lots and wondering how you've been getting on.
Hope you have been taking the time to adjust and if you have been doing a bit of home learning- great! Hopefully you will be getting into a routine and finding what works for you. We would love to see photos or hear what you have been doing.
We have set some activities you can complete over the next week.
Remember… keep smiling, stay safe, be happy and have fun
Mrs Powell and Mr Usher
Read a variety of books at home.
Continue to access reading books online ...
Sing the alphabet song and name the letters.
Daily phonics - your child to practice their sounds and blend words.
watch Mr Thorne phonics on youtube
Practice letter formation. Practice in letter families.
Practice writing sentences using a capital letter, finger spaces and a full stop.
Keep a diary. Draw pictures and add captions.
Make a shopping list.
Play outside daily. Practice throwing, catching, kicking balls.
Make play dough.
Use technology to keep in touch with family and friends. Skype or facetime.
Use google to find things out.
Sing songs and rhymes. Make up a dance.
Create a puppet show.
Paint a picture.
Make a model out of junk.
Do some baking. Lots of maths opportunities!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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