This page will be updated on a regular basis with ideas you can do with your children at home. The activities will be able to use by any age group of children. For more specific ideas visit your child’s year group page.
Mrs Hollands has written a poem about how she is feeling. She would like your help to create a school poem so watch and join in.
This is just a small selection of the home learning Raima in Y2 has been doing -Well done keep up the good work!
Now more than ever, music is important to keep you and your children powering on, so here are some activities to help!
New activities will be released every Wednesday at 4pm
Suitable for KS2 Students
Suitable for the Whole Family
A true British Summer involves...rain? This week's song embraces the rain with a piece that gets you moving using body percussion and singing too! It is also an oppurtunity to get the whole family involved as there a 3 parts for you to learn and put together. KS1 try 'Splish Splash', KS2 sing 'I don't care' and KS3 try that body percussion to keep everyone together. Click here to have a go, we would love to see your family efforts over the Summer, tag us on Facebook or Twitter at @sheffmusichub
Suitable for the Whole Family
Home Learning Photos
The girls are busy doing their writing and using number blocks for their counting.
Feel free to email any pictures of your children doing home learning this could be their finished work or a photo to email@example.com
Mr Cottons Joy of Movement Vidoes
Mr Hammond Makes Cheese Scones
Mr Hammond has made a video to teach you how to make cheese scones why don't you get your family involved and bake along with him? Watch the clips in order.
The Joy of Moving Challenge
Mr Cotton has set out a home learning joy of movement challenge watch the video and download the booklet with your challenges.
Take the doodle challenge with somone in your household. You put a piece of paper on the persons back and draw a picture the person in front has to try and draw the same picture without looking just by feeling what is being drawn on their back.
The following link has different famous people reading stories to you. See if you can spot anyone you know as you listen to the stories.
Watch the video where Mrs Phillips will teach you how to draw a cat
Learn to Draw
Learn to draw with Lydia Monks.
Lots of links to different activities around books, play some games, read a book and learn to draw some of the story characters.
Make some playdough - join in with some of the videos on the you tube page link or let your imagination run wild and make aliens, animals or monsters etc.
Self Care Around Covid-19
Ideas for relaxation, thinking about your feelings and ideas to keep you happy.
Ideas for different home learning online.
Click on the link below to have a go at finding out what is wrong with the sentences.
If you click on the link below you can go and have fun experimenting with different ways of making music.
Watch the videos and take part in Mr Cotton's PE challenges. You could try them more than once to see if you can get better. It is good to keep being active everyday.
Learning letters and sounds with stories.
You can do lots of activities based around how you have found being on lockdown.
You can do lots of activities at home to learn your spellings which will help improve your writing when we come back to school. Have a look at the different activities and then choose your year groups list to learn.
Oxford Owl Reading Books
The website below has lots of different books which the children can read online at home. Parents just need to create a login and account but all the resources are currently free to use. Children can select their age group and pick from a wide range of books to read.
Online Learning and Keeping Safe on the Internet
Find out facts about each animal
There are sets of activities you can do with your child around physical and mental well being which you might want to look at.
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