Friday 24th April 2020
In this funny time where we are all stuck indoors and in close proximity to one another, I can imagine that there maybe periods of time where we may not be getting on to the best of our abilities, which is only natural, especially if we have siblings ( I know how annoying they can be at times, I have 2 younger sisters and we used to fall out in lumps).
I think it maybe valuable to remind ourselves of teamwork and what it means to co-operate and listen to one another. So please follow the link to the BBC daily lesson they have prepared relating to team work.
Thursday 23rd April 2020
I have now changed my name I am no longer Mrs Kellett, I have turned into Queen Kellett as Esmae (my delightful 3 year old) has placed a crown on my head, to be honest, I could get used to it lol.
It is time to get musical. I have found a lesson that is to do with what is musically called the 'Pulse'. It will involve you performing some actions and joining in with a sing song, get your mums,dads and anyone else in the house involved, i want to hear you all singing from my house.
Send any videos again, as i would love to hear your tuneful voices.
Wednesday 22nd April 2020
Today we are all going to turn into Albert Einstein and become scientists. If we had been at school we would have been starting the topic of Light and Shadow and it has worked out that BBC daily lessons are including this topic in their coverage.
Watch the videos, have a go at the tasks, don't worry if you haven't got a torch you don't have to complete all of them. Another idea I had that you maybe able to do at home is, if you have an old catalogue, magazine or comic you could look through them and cut out any pictures that you think are light sources.
Tuesday 21st April 2020
Let’s get creative and our imaginations going. I have a very talented artist friend who has created some pictures for me, however there are elements of the picture missing can you complete the pictures drawing in your ideas. I would love to see what you have come up with. There are loads to choose from, pick 2 or 3 to do, we can always come back to the rest if we need to.
Monday 20th April 2020
Right, let's think about working that chocolate off. Over the past few weeks I have asked you to join in with Joe Wicks on YouTube, but this week I have taken inspiration from one superstar in Year 3 who sent me what they had been up to on Class Dojo. They set up a mini assault course in their back garden and made themselves a challenge of activities to do and timed themselves doing it, to see if they could improve on their time.
If you are thinking 'What can I use?' why not grab items from around the house. You could use teddies set up in a row with gaps in between that you could run in and out of, you could use a blanket and when you get to it you have to perform 5 sit ups. Use any toys like swings or slides that you may have in your garden.
If you don't have a large outdoor space, you could set up your own course inside, go to the living room and perform 10 star jumps, go to the kitchen and run on the spot as quick as can for 10 seconds, go to the bedroom perform 5 sit ups, how long did it take you? You can think of your own ideas, I am sure they will be better than mine.