Please see below some Cornerstones Big Ideas for this week if you would like to have a go at some of these at home that would be great!
Zaakir has completed this weeks Postivity Project on gratitude…I love the smell of food from afar too!
And more amazing baking taking place….this cake looks so good!
Here are some home learning ideas from Cornerstones for you to try…
This weeks home learning theme is all about The Rainforest.
Your tasks for this week are – English & Geography
For English you need to write 2 contrasting descriptions about the rainforest and for Geography you need to make an awareness leaflet about climate change and deforestation.
Please continue to check Google classroom daily for all your tasks and to see what your classmates have been up to!
We will be posting examples of good work here later this week…
Mrs F x
Tomorrow (Friday 8th May 2020) marks 75 years of VE Day. Watch the video above to find out more about why we should celebrate.
Are you doing anything special? Please comment below. 🇬🇧
This weeks home learning theme is SPORT.
Please continue to check our google classroom for your daily tasks and for information on the TWO assignments that will be marked by us.
This week you need to complete a persuasive leaflet and a piece of art in the style of Roy Lichtenstein.
Remember any other work or things you do at home can be shared with the class via the stream page.
We can’t wait to see what you get up to!
Mrs F x
This weeks project is ‘K for Kindness’ which focuses on the things we have done or can do to be kind to others both during and beyond Lockdown.
Can you make a kindness alphabet? Or a poster?
What ways can you think of to offer a kind act to others?
In my house we have posters on our front door to say thank you to our delivery drivers and post man! We have even left out some drinks and sweets to keep their energy levels up.
Remember at this time it it important to do both these things…
How are you all feeling? I don’t know about you, but I have felt very up and down and all the emotions. Sometimes it is good to stop, talk to a loved one and think of the positives. Be more Olaf (we have been watching Frozen every day in our house!)