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Class 2c

Welcome to Class 2C

Mr Booth and Mrs Nunley 

 

Contact: mbooth@arnoldmill.notts.sch.uk

 

WHILE SCHOOL IS CLOSED...

To keep up with your child's education, here are some ideas of activities you can complete at home. These will be updated regularly so please keep visiting this page for more ideas. Please do not feel you have to print all of the work, a lot can be done in your child's jotter that which was provided with the learning pack.  

 

Update - http://www.iseemaths.com/home-lessons/   For daily maths lessons. 

 

Please continue to:

  • Read at least three times a week
  • Practise your times tables
  • Learn the year 3/ 4 spellings - Try to use these in context so that your child understand how to use the word correctly. 

 

There are some fantastic resources available online for FREE!

Due to the current situation many resource sites are offering their content for free. 

You may need to sign up however this will not take much. Again please dont feel as though you need to print off the resources. Your child can demonstrate their understanding in the books provided. 

  • Active Learn – for maths - Challenges have been added to your child's account.
  • Times Table Rock Stars - for Times Tables
  • Arnold Mill website – MFL (under ‘Children’) for French activities
  • Twinkl.com and Classroomsecrets.com offer a wide array of resources which follow the curriculum. You will find an abundance of maths and reading resources.
  • Sumdog.com has had challenges added to your child's account. This is new since we have been off school. Therefore, if you do not have log in details please email me. 
  • Please visit whiterosemaths.com and click the tab that says home learning. You will find daily content which will support your child. This website also follows the maths objectives which your child should be currently learning.

 

Your child's username of password should be in their planner. However, if you cannot find this please email me. 

 

A fantastic way to get your child thinking about units of measure and fractions would be to cook or bake with them. This has so many advantages as you can make links to science, reading, maths and many more cross curricular links. 

 

Scratch
https://scratch.mit.edu/explore/projects/games/
Creative computer programming

 

Scratch software if free if you install this on your home computer/laptop. I believe it costs 99p on an ipad or tablet. 

 

2C started to use this software just before we broke up. Its a fantastic application and there are a range of tutorials on youtube and on the scratch website. You can develop animations and games using this. 

 

It would be fantastic to see some of your work so far. If you would like to send a picture to post on the class page please feel free to send one. 

 

While we are not at school, if you need any help with understanding something, or if you need more things to do, just send me an email (email address above or use the contact form below); this can be anything you may need - however small it may feel to you.

 

Internet Safety

 

During computing lessons, the class have learnt about how to stay safe whilst using the internet and the SMART rules are displayed in the classroom. The children understand that the internet is a fantastic resource but it also poses many dangers which they need to protect themselves against. This website is great for helping all of us educate ourselves about this, take a look at it at home.

 

http://www.kidsmart.org.uk/beingsmart/

 

Times Table Rock Stars!