Hello Emerald Class,
Welcome to our 3rd home learning page. We hope you're all keeping busy and active. I wonder what you've all been doing to keep busy? Why not let us know on our school blog. Lots of people have had a go already, which is fantastic. We've even had some great photos of how you are spending your time. If you haven't had a look, why not have a look and join in?
For the holidays, I have added a diary activity on your Purple Mash to do tasks. Have a look and let us know all the fun and creative ways you are spending your time. Have a look at our display board in Purple mash too, you might see your own work on there too! You can also email your teachers and friends in Emerald class using Purple mash now. This is completely safe and stays in the purple mash system. Just look on your alert bell to find a message from Mrs Watkin.
White rose maths are keeping their maths lessons going over the holidays if you have not got around to trying many of these yet. Just start at the beginning or wherever you have left off and follow through in order. There are videos and sheets to complete with answers.
Of course, you can still keep going with any of the work from the last 2 weeks if you'd like. There's so much to be getting on with. Don't forget, there's lots of online books to read (with quizzes too) on Bug Club .
I'll be checking in on our blogs and online work throughout the holidays so keep checking.
Keep safe, keep busy and have fun!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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