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13.07.2020

Hello Iris Class and families, 


I hope that you have had a lovely weekend. We have come to the end of the school year and although it is very different, I am so impressed with how you have all handled the changes in recent weeks. I have enjoyed speaking to your parents and some of you over the phone in recent weeks and look forward to seeing you all in September!

Throughout this week and the summer holidays, it is a good idea to discuss the information in the transition books with your child so that they are prepared for the return in September. All of these links will still be here during that time so feel free to use what you need to in order to best support your child. 

Something to continue to use to structure your days could be the daily mile and there are some ideas for what you can do on the walk here:

They can be found here: https://thedailymile.co.uk/at-home/

As many of you are accessing the work packs being sent home these are some extra ideas for you to do in between those activities, or for something a little different. 

It is important to have structure to your day possibly even in the holidays and there are visuals to support with this on the school website. You can use these however you need to and you may just want to use them as a starting point for your own visual supports for a daily routine. 
http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/learning-from-home/additional-information/speech-language-and-social-skills

Remember any practical tasks that you are doing at home are fantastic, I know some of you have been to the beach and caught lots of crabs, and someone made an amazing house from 'Up' which I loved seeing. It would be great to see some pictures of what some of you have been up to too.

If your child completes an activity that they are really proud of please feel free to send it in to our school twitter account where you may also see how some teachers are working at home. https://twitter.com/woodsidesch?lang=en 

Maths Ideas

There are some lessons on Oak National Academy that have been provided by Woodside teachers including myself that give practical suggestions for Maths activities based around different topics. Most children will be able to access the materials of the stages building understanding and applying numeracy.
https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/specialist/#subjects

Your child may also enjoy some of the lessons available on BBC bitesize.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/subjects/zjxhfg8

You can also practise counting with your child when on any walks.

To link to a routine, it would be good to allow your child to sequence different points in their day this can be done in the afternoon to assess how much they can remember. You may also want to sequence days of the week and months of the year. 

Throughout the holidays, using scales while baking will also support the children in their understanding of measurement and ensures everyone has some fun!


Literacy Ideas
Continue to share stories that the children enjoy and discuss their favourite parts. They could write simple sentence or labels to explain how they feel at different points of the day or activities that they like and do not like.

Remember writing or pencil use of any sort is fantastic as it gives the children an opportunity to practise their fine motor skills. 

Now that many of you are going to different places more often, the children could write a simple sentence to say what they have done. They may want to draw a picture of where they went and label it too. This is something that could continue into the summer holidays. 

Your child may also enjoy some of the lessons that are on BBC bitesize:
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/subjects/zgkw2hv

I hope this is useful for all of you and I hope you all have a fantastic summer!


Take care,
Miss Hookway

 

06.07.2020

Hello Iris Class and families, 


I hope that you have had a lovely weekend. I know that some of you are finding being at home a little more difficult now. I am enjoying talking to your adults and hearing how much work you are doing from the work packs, I am so impressed! 

Some children are finding adjusting to changes in restrictions and a good place to start with this would be to go out for simple, short walks initially and gradually increase these. The children are all familiar with the daily mile and there are some ideas for what you can do on the walk here:

They can be found here: https://thedailymile.co.uk/at-home/

As many of you are accessing the work packs being sent home these are some extra ideas for you to do in between those activities, or for something a little different. 

It is important to have structure to your day and there are visuals to support with this on the school website here:
http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/learning-from-home/additional-information/speech-language-and-social-skills

Remember any practical tasks that you are doing at home are fantastic, I know some of you are growing plants, some of you have made cakes and crafts. It would be great to see some pictures of you all. 

If your child completes an activity that they are really proud of please feel free to send it in to our school twitter account where you may also see how some teachers are working at home. https://twitter.com/woodsidesch?lang=en 

Maths Ideas

There are some lessons on Oak National Academy that have been provided by Woodside teachers including myself that give practical suggestions for Maths activities based around different topics. Most children will be able to access the materials of the stages building understanding and applying numeracy.
https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/specialist/#subjects

You can also practise counting with your child when on any walks.

To link to a routine, it would be good to allow your child to sequence different points in their day this can be done in the afternoon to assess how much they can remember. 


Literacy Ideas
Continue to share stories that the children enjoy and discuss their favourite parts. They could write simple sentence or labels to explain how they feel at different points of the day or activities that they like and do not like.

Now that many of you are going to different places more often, the children could write a simple sentence to say what they have done. They may want to draw a picture of where they went and label it too. 

I hope this is useful for all of you and I will update these again next week. 

Have a great week everyone!


Take care,
Miss Hookway

 

29.06.2020

Hello Iris Class and families, 


I hope that you have had a lovely weekend, I really enjoyed to speaking to some of you over the phone last week and heard how hard so many of you have been working. I continue to be so proud of all of you!

We know that many children are beginning to worry about life returning to a 'new normal' and so the theme for this week is based around their well-being. There is a booklet of fun, practical ideas attached that can link to supporting children's well-being in this time. 

To further support the children, it is important to have structure to your day so I have also attached a social story about learning at home. There are visuals to support with this on the school website here:
http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/learning-from-home/additional-information/speech-language-and-social-skills

Remember any practical tasks that you are doing at home are fantastic, I know some of you are growing plants and some of you have made cakes. It would be great to see some pictures of you all. 

If your child completes an activity that they are really proud of please feel free to send it in to our school twitter account where you may also see how some teachers are working at home. https://twitter.com/woodsidesch?lang=en 

It is not necessary to do everything on this list, it is just to provide you with some ideas of things to do. 

Here are some additional ideas that you can do at home too!

Maths Ideas

There are some lessons on Oak National Academy that have been provided by Woodside teachers including myself that give practical suggestions for Maths activities based around different topics. This week's lessons are based around Shape, Space and Measure.  Most children will be able to access the materials of the stages building understanding and applying numeracy.
https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/specialist/#subjects


Literacy Ideas
Continue to share stories that the children enjoy and discuss their favourite parts. They could write simple sentence or labels to explain how they feel at different points of the day or activities that they like and do not like.


Lots of you have continued to do your own version of daily mile where you can and they have created challenges for you to complete on your daily mile each day. Lots of them allow you to practise your counting to and you can see the past challenges. They can be found here: https://thedailymile.co.uk/at-home/
I would love to see some photos of you completing these challenges.


I hope this is useful for all of you and I will update these again next week. 


Take care,
Miss Hookway

Primary Wellbeing Booklet

 

22.06.2020

Hello Iris Class and families, 


I hope that you have had a lovely weekend, I really enjoyed to speaking to some of you over the phone last week and heard how hard so many of you have been working. I continue to be so proud of all of you!

I know that many children are beginning to worry about life returning to a 'new normal' so I have attached some social stories that might help with introducing going for walks and going to the park. To further support the children, it is important to have structure to your day so I have also attached a social story about learning at home. There are visuals to support with this on the school website here:
http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/learning-from-home/additional-information/speech-language-and-social-skills

Remember any practical tasks that you are doing at home are fantastic, I know some of you are growing plants and some of you have made cakes. It would be great to see some pictures of you all. 

If your child completes an activity that they are really proud of please feel free to send it in to our school twitter account where you may also see how some teachers are working at home. https://twitter.com/woodsidesch?lang=en 

It is not necessary to do everything on this list, it is just to provide you with some ideas of things to do. 

This week, our theme is Science week! 

There are lots of fun activities you can do to link to Science this week attached!

Maths Ideas

There are some lessons on Oak National Academy that have been provided by Woodside teachers including myself that give practical suggestions for Maths activities based around different topics. This week's lessons are based around Shape, Space and Measure.  Most children will be able to access the materials of the stages building understanding and applying numeracy.
https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/specialist/#subjects


Literacy Ideas
Continue to share stories that the children enjoy and discuss their favourite parts. They could write simple sentence or labels to explain the Science learning that they have done. 

Please continue to look at the previous links provided especially those based around sensory activities that you can use at home. You can also look at the other lessons provided on the Oak National Academy website in the specialist curriculum. 
How to access the lessons is explained here:
http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/learning-from-home

Lots of you have continued to do your own version of daily mile where you can and they have created challenges for you to complete on your daily mile each day. Lots of them allow you to practise your counting to and you can see the past challenges. They can be found here: https://thedailymile.co.uk/at-home/
I would love to see some photos of you completing these challenges.


I hope this is useful for all of you and I will update these again next week. 


Take care,

Primary Carnival Science Activities 

Going back outside social story

Going For a Walk

Learning at home social story

 

15.06.2020

Hello Iris Class and families, 


I hope that you have had a lovely weekend, I really enjoyed to speaking to some of you over the phone last week and heard how hard so many of you have been working. I continue to be so proud of all of you!

Remember any practical tasks that you are doing at home are fantastic, I know some of you are growing plants and some of you have made cakes. It would be great to see some pictures of you all. 

If your child completes an activity that they are really proud of please feel free to send it in to our school twitter account where you may also see how some teachers are working at home. https://twitter.com/woodsidesch?lang=en 

It is not necessary to do everything on this list, it is just to provide you with some ideas of things to do. 

Maths Ideas

There are some lessons on Oak National Academy that have been provided by Woodside teachers including myself that give practical suggestions for Maths activities based around different topics. This week's lessons are based around Money.  Most children will be able to access the materials of the stages building understanding and applying numeracy.
https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/specialist/#subjects

* Ordinal numbers - Find some vehicle toys and race them around different parts of your house. Can you describe their place using 1st, 2nd and 3rd?
* Direction and movement - Continue to practise using directional "Walk two steps forward", "Turn left", "Walk 4 steps" to get to the final destination. This activity is not only great for their positional language but also focuses on their listening skills as well!


Literacy Ideas
Continue to share stories that the children enjoy and discuss their favourite parts.

You could do the same with their favourite film or TV show. They could write simple sentences to say what happened and about the characters. They could also write name labels for the characters. 

Please continue to look at the previous links provided especially those based around sensory activities that you can use at home. You can also look at the other lessons provided on the Oak National Academy website in the specialist curriculum. 
How to access the lessons is explained here:
http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/learning-from-home

Learning from Home - Bromley Educational Trust

London South East Colleges is the trading name of Bromley College of Further and Higher Education

woodside.bexley.sch.uk


Lots of you have continued to do your own version of daily mile where you can and they have created challenges for you to complete on your daily mile each day. Lots of them allow you to practise your counting to and you can see the past challenges. They can be found here: https://thedailymile.co.uk/at-home/
I would love to see some photos of you completing these challenges.


I hope this is useful for all of you and I will update these again next week. 


Take care,

Iris Class Team

 

08.06.2020

Hello Iris Class and families, 


I hope that you have had a lovely weekend, it was great to hear what you had been doing during the half term! 

I know that some of you are beginning to find being at home difficult, so I have sent home some more activities for you to enjoy at home. Some of them are games and some are to spot the odd part in pictures, they will be with you this week or next. I hope you enjoy them.

Remember any practical tasks that you are doing at home are fantastic, I know some of you are growing plants and some of you have made cakes. It would be great to see some pictures of you all. 

If your child completes an activity that they are really proud of please feel free to send it in to our school twitter account where you may also see how some teachers are working at home. https://twitter.com/woodsidesch?lang=en 

It is not necessary to do everything on this list, it is just to provide you with some ideas of things to do. 

Maths Ideas

There are some lessons on Oak National Academy that have been provided by Woodside teachers including myself that give practical suggestions for Maths activities based around different topics. This week's lessons are based around number.  Most children will be able to access the materials of the stages building understanding and applying numeracy.
https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/specialist/#subjects

* Measurements - Make paper air planes and see who's has travelled the furthest! If you have access to rulers and tape measures at home this will be a great opportunity for them to use these tools, however you could measure the distances using an object e.g. how many footsteps did the plane travel?

You could also do this activity with cars and make predictions beforehand guessing which car will travel the furthest.

* Shape and Measure - Gather some different shaped cups and containers from the cupboards, can they order these from smallest to largest? Which one do they think would hold the most water and why? Which will hold the least?

* Direction and movement - Can you create a set of instructions to give or follow? E.g. You may want to give them instructions to move from one point to another using obstacles, etc. to avoid. For example "Walk two steps forward", "Turn left", "Walk 4 steps" to get to the final destination. This activity is not only great for their positional language but also focuses on their listening skills as well!


Literacy Ideas
Continue to share stories that the children enjoy and discuss their favourite parts.

You could do the same with their favourite film or TV show. They could write simple sentences to say what happened and about the characters. They could also write name labels for the characters. 

Please continue to look at the previous links provided especially those based around sensory activities that you can use at home. You can also look at the other lessons provided on the Oak National Academy website in the specialist curriculum. 
How to access the lessons is explained here:
http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/learning-from-home

Learning from Home - Bromley Educational Trust

London South East Colleges is the trading name of Bromley College of Further and Higher Education

woodside.bexley.sch.uk


Lots of you have continued to do your own version of daily mile where you can and they have created challenges for you to complete on your daily mile each day. Lots of them allow you to practise your counting to and you can see the past challenges. They can be found here: https://thedailymile.co.uk/at-home/
I would love to see some photos of you completing these challenges.


I hope this is useful for all of you and I will update these again next week. 


Take care,
Miss Hookway

 

01.06.2020

Hello Iris Class and families, 


I hope that you have had a good half term and enjoyed the sun! I will be back in touch with your grown ups this week and am looking forward to hearing what you've been doing. 

This week, we are going to be having a theme called 'Under the sea' and the learning that you do at home will link to animals and objects which are found under water. 

Some of you have sent lovely pictures in for us to see! If your child completes an activity that they are really proud of please feel free to send it in to our school twitter account where you may also see how some teachers are working at home. https://twitter.com/woodsidesch?lang=en 

It is not necessary to do everything on this list, it is just to provide you with some ideas of things to do. 

Maths Ideas

There are some lessons on Oak National Academy that have been provided by Woodside teachers including myself that give practical suggestions for Maths activities based around Number Most children will be able to access the materials of the stages building understanding and applying numeracy.
https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/specialist/#subjects

To link with our 'Under the Sea' theme, can you find out:
*How many animals live in the sea?
*Can you sort the animals into ones with legs and ones without legs?
*Can you count how many of each animal there are here:
file:///home/chronos/u-8422e7a32ebb4aa8d46bbf37e41f0a5b45f4c512/MyFiles/Downloads/t-t-18486-under-the-sea-find-colour-and-count-activity-sheet-_ver_3.pdf


Literacy Ideas
Continue to share stories that the children enjoy and discuss their favourite parts.

To link with our 'Under the sea' theme, can you:
*Complete the activities here:
http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/images/primary_under_the_sea.pdf
You can have as much or as little help as you need to read or write about the animals
*Write simple sentences to describe the images in the pack. 

Other activities
To link with our 'Under the Sea' theme, there are lots of creative ideas you can complete in the pack:
*http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/images/primary_under_the_sea.pdf

Please continue to look at the previous links provided especially those based around sensory activities that you can use at home.

Lots of you have continued to do your own version of daily mile where you can and they have created challenges for you to complete on your daily mile each day. Lots of them allow you to practise your counting to and you can see the past challenges. They can be found here: https://thedailymile.co.uk/at-home/
I would love to see some photos of you completing these challenges.


I hope this is useful for all of you and I will update these again next week. 


Take care,
Miss Hookway

 

Choose a letter of the week - this activity involves introducing new foods to your child week by week by having your child choose a letter and then trying a new healthy food that starts with that letter. For example: if your child chooses the letter, they could try broccoli. Broccoli can be eaten raw and cooked so why not try it both ways. If your child chooses the letter W, why not try watermelon?

 

18.05.2020

Hello Iris Class and families, 


I hope that you have had a good week and have been enjoying some of the activities that I have spoken to your grown ups about on the phone.

This week, we are going to be having a theme called 'Around the World Whilst Staying at home' and you are going to be finding out more about life in the United Kingdom.

Some of you have sent lovely pictures in for us to see! If your child completes an activity that they are really proud of please feel free to send it in to our school twitter account where you may also see how some teachers are working at home. https://twitter.com/woodsidesch?lang=en 

It is not necessary to do everything on this list, it is just to provide you with some ideas of things to do. 

Maths Ideas

There are some lessons on Oak National Academy that have been provided by Woodside teachers including myself that give practical suggestions for Maths activities based around Shape. Most children will be able to access the materials of the stages building understanding and applying numeracy.
https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/specialist/#subjects

To link with our 'Around the world whilst staying at home' theme, can you find out:
*What money is used in the UK?
*Can you find or draw the coins and notes used in the UK?
*What numbers are used for counting in the UK?
*Look at the UK project folder on the Woodside website for some more activity ideas.


Literacy Ideas
Continue to share stories that the children enjoy and discuss their favourite parts.

To link with our 'Around the world whilst staying at home' theme, can you find out:
*Look at the UK project folder on the Woodside website for some more activity ideas.
*Write some simple sentences about where you live?

*List what shops, parks or buildings are near to you.
*Write simple sentences about the things you can find in each room of your house.

Other activities
To link with our 'Around the world whilst staying at home' theme, can you find out:
*Where the UK is on a world map or globe?
*What continent the UK is in?
*What countries are in the UK?
*What town do you live in?

Further Information
http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/learning-from-home/additional-information/reading
http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/learning-from-home/additional-information/science

Please continue to look at the previous links provided especially those based around sensory activities that you can use at home.

Lots of you have continued to do your own version of daily mile where you can and they have created challenges for you to complete on your daily mile each day. Lots of them allow you to practise your counting to and you can see the past challenges. They can be found here: https://thedailymile.co.uk/at-home/
I would love to see some photos of you completing these challenges.


I hope this is useful for all of you and I will update these again after half term next week. 


Take care,
Miss Hookway

 

11.05.2020

Hello Iris Class and families, 


I hope that you have been enjoying the sun and that you managed to look for some mini-beasts, I will be contacting parents again this week and can't wait to hear what you've been doing!

I am attaching some more different ideas and links for you all to use at home. Please continue to look at the previous links provided especially those based around sensory activities that you can use at home.


Lots of you have continued to do your own version of daily mile where you can and they have created challenges for you to complete on your daily mile each day. Lots of them allow you to practise your counting to and you can see the past challenges. They can be found here: https://thedailymile.co.uk/at-home/
I would love to see some photos of you completing these challenges.

Some of you have sent lovely pictures in for us to see! If your child completes an activity that they are really proud of please feel free to send it in to our school twitter account where you may also see how some teachers are working at home. https://twitter.com/woodsidesch?lang=en 

It is not necessary to do everything on this list, it is just to provide you with some ideas of things to do. 

Maths Ideas

There are some lessons on Oak National Academy that have been provided by Woodside teachers including myself that give practical suggestions for Maths activities based around Shape. Most children will be able to access the materials in lessons 6-10 but there are some exciting and practical activities in lessons 1-5 too. 

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/specialist/numeracy#subjects

Numeracy - Oak National Academy

Numeracy lessons at Oak National Academy. We provide high-quality, sequenced video lessons and resources.

www.thenational.academy


Literacy Ideas
Continue to share stories that the children enjoy and discuss their favourite parts.
Write simple sentences to explain what happened in the story or describe the characters.
Can you make a list of all the different animals you can think of? 
Can you think about where these animals live and can be found?
Write some sentences about your favourite animal?
Record simple facts about the weather: Today it is...
You can practise letter formation in corn flour or flour.


Further Information
http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/learning-from-home/additional-information/reading
http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/learning-from-home/additional-information/science

Please remember that there are also ways to support everyone’s well-being whilst at home on the website as well as previous links uploaded. 


I hope this is useful for all of you and I will update these again next week. 


Take care,
Miss Hookway

 

04.05.2020

Hello Iris Class and families, 


I have really enjoyed speaking to your parents and some of you over the phone in the past couple of weeks and I am so pleased with what you are all doing at home!

I am attaching some more different ideas and links for you all to use at home. Please continue to look at the previous links provided especially the basic skills for you to practice whilst at home.


Lots of you have continued to do your own version of daily mile where you can and they have created challenges for you to complete on your daily mile each day. Lots of them allow you to practise your counting to and you can see the past challenges. They can be found here: https://thedailymile.co.uk/at-home/


I also spoke to many adults about the routine we have in school of doing Sensory Circuits at school and that many of these activities could be replicated at home. Here is a document with lots of detail and many ideas for you to use to support your child's sensory needs:
https://www.cpft.nhs.uk/Documents/Miscellaneous/Sensory%20Motor%20Circuits.pdf


Some of you have sent lovely pictures in for us to see! If your child completes an activity that they are really proud of please feel free to send it in to our school twitter account where you may also see how some teachers are working at home. https://twitter.com/woodsidesch?lang=en 

It is not necessary to do everything on this list, it is just to provide you with some ideas of things to do. 

Maths Ideas

Practise recognising numbers up to 100- 

 - Children could create their own number cards with a numeral on the front and number of objects on the bag. They could use these to order numbers.
- Play games which encourage counting and involve numbers such as snakes and ladders. Many of these can be found online too.


Literacy Ideas
Continue to share stories that the children enjoy and discuss their favourite parts.
Write simple sentences to explain what happened in the story or describe the characters.
In your garden or on your walk, you can go on a mini-beast hunt.
Describe what minibeasts you like and give a reason why you like them.
Record simple facts about minibeasts such as what colour they are, where they like to live etc
You can practise letter formation in corn flour or flour.


Further Information
http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/learning-from-home/additional-information/reading
http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/learning-from-home/additional-information/science

Please remember that there are also ways to support everyone’s well-being whilst at home on the website as well as previous links uploaded. 

You should all also be receiving (or have received) a work pack with new work. Feel free to use this however it works best for your child. 


I hope this is useful for all of you and I will update these again next week. 


Take care,
Miss Hookway

30.04.2020

Seeing Other People Wearing Masks

Updated 27.04.2020

Hello Iris Class and families, 


I hope you are all well and have enjoyed the sunshine over the weekend. There will be a new work pack being sent out soon. If your child is finding the work a little too hard or a little too easy feel free to adapt where possible. 

I am attaching some more different ideas and links for you all to use at home. Please continue to look at the previous links provided especially the basic skills for you to practice whilst at home.
Many of you are aware that in class we do a Sensory circuit every morning as well as the daily mile which can be helpful to prepare the children for learning. Remember you are able to leave the house for one period of exercise a day, perhaps for your own daily mile.
There are also further exercise ideas here: 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/znfkjxs
I would suggest drawing your child's attention towards find control, co-ordination and dance. 
I know that lots of children enjoy cooking, so here are some simple recipes they can follow with you.
http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/learning-from-home/additional-information/cooking-at-home
If your child completes some cooking or any other work that they are really proud of please feel free to send it in to our school twitter account where you may also see how some teachers are working at home. https://twitter.com/woodsidesch?lang=en 

It is not necessary to do everything on this list, it is just to provide you with some ideas of things to do. 

Maths Ideas

Go on a shape hunt around your house.

Describe what the shapes you have found look like.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjv39j6/resources/1

Some of these videos will help to remind your child some things they have already learnt about 2d and 3d shapes. Use the songs and videos which focus on 2d and 3d shape properties. 


Literacy Ideas
Continue to share stories that the children enjoy and discuss their favourite parts.
Use some of the recipes provided above and ask your child to write a simple sentence about what they did.
They may need to copy some parts from your writing which is okay!
Remember, any writing, drawing or colouring is practising fine motor skills.

Take a virtual tour of Chester zoo and write about the animals you see.
https://www.chesterzoo.org/virtual-zoo/
If your child is not keen on reading at home, you can share an audio book with them from Audible Stories | Audible.com
You can ask them about events and characters in the story you are listening to.
Make your own puppet show: If they have any figures/toys/characters see if they can come up with their own story with the characters to perform to the family. 

Further Information

Art activities: Junk modelling with any old boxes, loo roll tubes, packaging. 

Daily exercise with Joe Wicks on Youtube/Peaceout Yoga activities also on youtube for calming. 

If you have access to Lego or other building resources: Have competitions of who can make the tallest tower or the biggest house. Or they could build something that they can then describe to you, e.g. what it is, how it works, etc. 

http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/images/Daily_Schedule.pdf

http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/learning-from-home/additional-information/speech-language-and-social-skills
http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/images/Proprioceptive_Sensory_Learning_Activities.pdf
http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/learning-from-home/additional-information/general-support-and-learning

 

Please remember that there are also ways to support everyone’s well-being whilst at home on the website as well as previous links uploaded. 


I hope this is useful for all of you and I will update these again next week. 


Take care,
Miss Hookway

 23.04.2020:

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Hello Iris Class and families, 

20/04/2020
I hope you are all well and enjoyed the Easter holidays. I am attaching some more different ideas and links for you all to use at home. Please continue to look at the previous links provided especially the basic skills for you to practice whilst at home.
Many of you are aware that in class we do a Sensory circuit every morning as well as the daily mile which can be helpful to prepare the children for learnng. Remember you are able to leave the house for one period of exercise a day, perhaps for your own daily mile. There are also further exercise ideas here: http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/learning-from-home/additional-information/exercise-at-home.
If your child completes an activity that they are really proud of please feel free to send it in to our school twitter account where you may also see how some teachers are working at home. https://twitter.com/woodsidesch?lang=en 

It is not necessary to do everything on this list, it is just to provide you with some ideas of things to do. 

Maths Ideas

Practise counting in 2's, 5's and 10's- 

 - Draw around hands and cut them out to practise counting in 5's

- Count pairs of socks or shoes when counting in 2's. 

- Share toys/ objects and food between 2 and 4 people


Literacy Ideas
Continue to share stories that the children enjoy and discuss their favourite parts.
Make some sandwiches or simples biscuits/cakes with your child.
Some basic recipes can be found here:
http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/learning-from-home/additional-information/cooking-at-home
Allow them to follow simple instructions.
Ask you child to write simple step by step instructions.


Further Information
http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/images/Daily_Schedule.pdf
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/levels/z3g4d2p
http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/images/Year_1_Practical_Ideas.pdf
http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/learning-from-home/additional-information/reading
http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/learning-from-home/additional-information/virtual-educational-visits
http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/images/Proprioceptive_Sensory_Learning_Activities.pdf
http://woodside.bexley.sch.uk/learning-from-home/additional-information/general-support-and-learning

 

Please remember that there are also ways to support everyone’s well-being whilst at home on the website as well as previous links uploaded. 


I hope this is useful for all of you and I will update these again next week. 


Take care,
Miss Hookway

Hi Iris Class and families,

If it hasn't arrived already there will be a home learning pack being posted to you. Whilst you are waiting, or having a break from it, these are some websites that we use in the classroom that can help with your learning. There is also a list of skills that you can practise while you are at home too. I will keep adding things on here until it is time for us to return to school.
 
Please click on this link for Iris' class activities for this week beginning Monday 30th March. 
 
Iris Class Activities - week beginning 30.03.2020
 
Best wishes
 
From  Miss Hookway

Home learning Links: 

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

https://www.phonicsbloom.com/

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks1/maths/

http://www.ictgames.com/resources.html

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/topics/

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/shows/numberblocks

 

 

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