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Oak’s Google classroom us up and running and ready for you all to use. To access it, follow these steps:

 

1)      Sign in to a Google account – this preferably will be your own or your child’s, this way when you log into the Google Classroom then any work, comments etc. will come up as being from your child.


If you don’t want to use or create your own google account then you can use your class e-mail address to login as below, the only drawback to this being that your child will then be logged in as 'Hornbeam' and will need to ensure they name everything clearly for me and their friends. The password for the e-mail address is AshfordHill.   oak@ashfordhillprimary.co.uk
 

2) Go to Google classroom (you can find it in the nine dot menu at the top right of a Google page or can just search Google classrooms)

 

3) Enter the class code – 535t2cy

 

4) Say hello and start looking around the classroom.

 

Work is currently being added (24/3/20) so if you are looking right now, just refresh the page for any changes. Just e-mail if you have any queries, questions or concerns.
Mr Dixon

 

 

Underneath are several documents of work which cover a variety of curriculum subjects. This will be added to during this period of home learning. Many of the non-core subjects will be project based and can be picked up at any time during this period, please ensure that English (set work, reading, SPaG, guided reading tasks / comprehension) and Maths (set work, times tables, doodle maths and newly added times tables rockstar)  are completed every week. 

 

Please read each task carefully and help your child if they find something difficult. Ask your child to try their best and let them know that Mr D doesn't expect it to be perfect, he just expects them to try and learn from those mistakes - the best kind of learning.

 

If there are any issues reaching the documents please email Mr Dixon bdixon@ashfordhillprimary.co.uk 
 

For all subjects please look for the accompanying documents at the bottom of the poage.


English
I have left the first week's work on - poetry, the signs of spring for those that have not had the chance to start or finish this yet.

 

The new document is about kennings. Noun-Verb descriptions brought over to Britain by the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings. There is also a power point for those that can access this on their device.

 

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar (SPAG)

Practice reading, writing and using the year 3 and 4 words (see doc). More spelling rules and other SPAG activities will be added below.

 

BBC bitesize have a variety of videos, actitivties and games which help to explain types of words, writing styles and SPAG. If you are unsure if the meaning of a writing device/feature please look here to help   https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/subjects/zv48q6f 

 

Reading

Continue reading the variety of books of books you have at home. It is not just reading practice, but also making predictions, discussing the action of character, discussing word use and inference (reading between the lines). 

 

Guided reading tasks: Print off the guided reading tasks and ask the children to complete it following some reading. These do take time, so one or two a week is good progress.

 

Comprehension: Below are the scanned books comprehension books 1 - 4. Please open the documents and read some of the work with your child and choose an reasonable challenge. You may need to spend some time discussing what the questions are looking for specifically.

 

Free ebookshttps://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/ sign up for free to read or listen to a variety of books online. Just select the appropriate age range of books for your child.

 

Maths

This has been left up for those that have not yet started / finished this work yet - column method for addition and subtraction with work already at the bottom of the page. This follows a lot of mistakes in mid year tests when children misread the symbol. Continue to practice this method. Multiplication questions have been added and the children will be expected to use the grid method.

 

A demonstration and explanation has been added to the beginning of the documents. You will need to check the work and choose a good challenge starting point with your child.

 

*more to follow.

 

Time tables: Continue practising their times tables and moving them on to the next one if you feel is appropriate. The order is 5, 10, 2, 4, 8, 3, 6, 9, 7, 11, 12 - mixed.

 

Doodle Maths: Please continue to practice this daily.

 

Times Tables Rockstars: TTRS has recently given all children free access to its games and competitions during this period. I have set all the children a logon and password and require the parents to please email me for it. 
https://ttrockstars.com/

 

PE

Free access to the Real PE site will uploaded soon - this is the PE scheme we follow in school.

 

Science:

States of matter and Changing states.

The children have begun this topic recently, learning about solids, liquids and gases; how they are different and their features. The have also begun to look at how we can change the states of certain matter, some being reversible while others are irreversible. e.g. apply heat - ice to water to ice again, apply heat - wood to ash
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zkgg87h

 

Rocks and Fossilisation 

Children have not begun this topic. Children look at types of stone/rocks and how to tell the difference.  Check these videos and learner guides   https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z9bbkqt 

 

40 science experiments has been added below. Most of these experiments can be completed using what is at home. Look through these with your child for the most interesting and begin your experiment.

 

Keep a record of each step, this can include photographs with captions, Diagrams with labels, tables of information/recordings/measurements with a written step by step process. Make sure to include an Title for the experiment, introduction, question you are investigating, prediction, results, conclusion, possible follow up questions and experiments.

  • Make an observation
  • Ask a question
  • Prediction (based on some experience or observable understanding)
  • Test the prediction
  • Use the results to test another experiment.

 

History

The Children have completed a lot on the topic of Ancient Egypt this term, however they can continue to add to their learning on this subject.

 

Suggested activities:

  • Write a non-chronological report on the uses of the river Nile today and compare it with the past.
  • Create a information book / power point about different aspect of Ancient Egypt, such as: daily life, families, work, trade, religion, law, armies, Pharaohs.
  • Drawing a picture themselves and a child from Ancient Egypt - label with the responsibilities they have in their own time.

 

RE

Learn about the Easter story and why it is important to Christians. Read and create a story board for the Easter story (picture of each important step with some writing underneath explaining what is happening)

 

Study how Easter is celebrated around the world. Create a report, fact file or another form of presentation that shares the different ways Easter is celebrated.

 

Art

observable changes in nature - signs of spring. Over time, photograph the changes you observe in the garden; budding trees, blossom, opening of leaves, flowers growing and opening, increased insect activity etc. Create a photo album of these changes.

 

Pick flowers over time and study the shape and parts of them closely. Practice sketching, drawing (with colour) and painting these different flowers. Keep all of your practice art to show you learning journey and development of your skill.

 

Computing

Animationcreate a profile for you to use on scratch (this is optional and you do not need your own profile)  https://scratch.mit.edu/  click on the tutotials button at the top of the page and follow the instructional video to create your own animations.

 

Typing skills: Dance mat typing
 https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zf2f9j6/articles/z3c6tfr 

 

Internet safety: Watch Play Like Share with your child, and start a conversation about the internet and staying safe. There are three episodes so you could do this over a few days. Start with positives, finding out as much as you can about what your child does online and what it means to hem. www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/playlikeshare 

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