Welcome to Tiger's class page!
Our teacher is Miss Manser and our Teaching Assistant is Ms Cook!
Hi Tigers! I know its a bit strange being at home but I have set so many different activities and games for you to keep up your learning from home! Please continue to log in to Spelling Shed and TT rockstars, as games and assignments have been set if you are a Tiger at home.
You should of started getting your Google Classroom logins through the post! If anyone hasn't received theirs then drop me a private message on Twitter and I can give it to you. I upload assignments on there frequently so make sure you check it out! You can find Tigers' twitter account here - https://twitter.com/TigersBCP
Please log in to google classrooms! I am posting a Maths, English and Topic/Science/Art activities every single day for you to have a go at!
Our favourite story has always been Kitchen Disco! So if you're feeling lonely or missing your fellow Tigers this is sure to cheer you up! Follow the link.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1HvtPtcUC_U
If you want to practise the waggle dance or find different dances then follow this link and make a free account to have full access! https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/b03g6vs6
I know we have many keen readers in Tigers Class so to keep up with with your AR quizzes follow this link... https://ukhosted7.renlearn.co.uk/2248277/ But pace yourself and don't do them too quickly!
Each week you should be completing 4 pages from each study and practise books! A great place to start are the addition and subtraction pages using your tens and ones (see picture below) and in the reading book go to page 9 and try the ordering question like we practised the other week!
Why not try to draw your own shadow pictures of your favourite toys or animals I would love to see them!
Here are some useful websites for home learning.
TT Rockstars - times table practise
Spelling Shed - for recapping spellings and different spelling rule through games.
IXL covers all the maths and English skills you will need.
BBC Bitesize covers a range of subjects.
Learning resources for primary schools offering video, audio and downloads for Early Years, KS1 & KS2 covering music, dance, drama, history, collective worship, assemblies, literacy and maths.
You can follow our learning on our class Twitter page:
Look at our classroom....
Our current topic question is 'What's so wild about wildlife?'
We have been reading a story called 'The bee who spoke'. Ask Tigers about our story!
In Maths we have been very busy this term learning lots about division, multiplication and statistics! We have been reading graphs and making our own!
In Topic and Science our focus has been on wildlife, plants and habitats! We know so much about what plants need to grow as we have even grown our own!
Tiger's classroom 2020
We have been looking at the book 'Flotsam' by David Wiesner, and been writing descriptively using adjectives.
What adjectives could you use to describe these wonderful pictures?
Our topic question this term is...
'Can we welcome the World to Whitton?'
Here are some pictures of our classroom:
Welcome to Tigers!
Our teacher Miss Storey and our TA Mrs Linstead are always here to support our learning.
This term our essential question is:
Is fire a friend or enemy?
We are really looking forward to finding out about fire today and in the past.
We will learn about how fire was involved in the Great Fire of London and Guy Fawkes. As well as how we can keep ourselves safe from fire, we will also find out how fire helps us in our homes today.
Look at the photos of our amazing classroom!
We really enjoyed using fire to toast marshmallows!
Picture above by Lotse. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/
READING IS IMPORTANT!
We encourage children to read as much as possible at school, but they should be reading at least 20 minutes a day with someone at home too.
Let your child re-read books. Reading the same words over and over again helps to build fluency.
If your child gets stuck on a word, encourage him/her to sound it out. If it is really too tricky, or can’t be sounded out, just supply the word and carry on reading.
Take turns reading. By listening to your fluent reading, your child will hear what good readers sound like. After you’ve read a short passage, ask your child to read the same passage. This will give him/her the chance to practice reading with expression.
Enjoy this special time together. By doing so, you will encourage a lifelong love of reading.