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Home learning Y5/6

2nd - 12th March

 

This is a two week menu based on World Book day. Watch the video on dojo which explains each activity. 

 

World Book Day  

https://www.worldbookday.com/events/ See the website for live ‘share a story,’ events this week. 

Competition time – transform a wooden spoon, potato or even things in nature into your favourite book character or create a book or character in a jar or box. Send us a picture of you reading with your design and we’ll upload to the WBD website. See competition page. 

   

Fun activities.  

1-World book day crossword – read the clues to guess the missing word.  

2-Design a book new book cover for your favourite book or story 

3-Scavenger hunt activity 

4-World book day – Top 5 activity 

5 – 2 World book day wordsearches – choose one or do both.  

 

Boogie Bear activities                                                     Later this week Mrs Lecrass will read Boogie Bear by David Walliams. Here are some activities based around the book. 

1- Complete this BEFORE listening to the story. Look at the words from the book and write a short story using the all the words from the book.     

2. Visualise the setting activity  

 3. After listening to the story create a short comic strip about Boogie Bears next adventure.             

 4.  Create a fact file about David Walliams    

 5. Boogie Bear scales  

 

Science and other activities  

 

Look at the mini lesson on gravity set by our Swansea University students. Remember to fill the survey/ quiz before and after the video. 

 

World book day BBC live lesson 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/live-lessons/world-book-day-2021-live-lesson/z2thm39 

Watch the live lesson on CBBC or via the link above on Thursday 4th March at 11.30am Complete the activity sheet during or after the lesson – including your reading pledge. 

 

 Weekly online games 

www.hwb.gov.uk - Use your log in, go to just2easy app within hwb and then play the j2blast maths or spelling game. You can verse your friends virtually!  

 

https://www.sumdog.com 

Log into sum dog and challenge yourself 

 

Health and wellbeing 

 

Justice week  

The Big Legal Lesson. We have joined a national movement of primary and secondary schools to celebrate Justice week. 

 

Watch the power point virtual assembly. 

After the assembly complete the three activities (this can be done over the two weeks)  

Activity 1: A world without law - Imagine what it would be like to live in a world without laws. 

Activity 2: Who makes the law? Matching activity about the members of society who make and uphold the law. 

Activity 3: In an ideal world - Make a law that you believe will improve the lives of young people / children in the UK. 

 

Join in with some physical activities with the supermovers  

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks2-pshe-teamwork-with-the-super-movers-crew/zkpdvk7 

 

Don't forget Joe Wicks on you tube too. 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-BS87NTV5I   

Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure! 

 

 

 

Language, literacy and communication 

 

What is a superlative? Try our treasure hunt to find out more! Can you spot all the superlatives in Boogie Bear. 

 

Try an author masterclass on World Book Day  

https://www.worldbookday.com/online-masterclasses/    

 

Read the First News. Tell us about your favourite article. 

Copy and paste this link with instructions on how to receive a digital copy at home. 

https://schools.firstnews.co.uk/free-home-subscription/?offer=BMPS2021      or look on J2E where it’s already downloaded.  

 

Oxford owl  

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/ 

Class log ins have been sent on dojo 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGi61oy7Tew 

Non – online activities Expressive Arts         

                            

Outdoor lesson – Walking story.                                           Watch Dawn’s walking story                                       https://yout-u.be/5waow3Mj4eo  then go on a walk with your family and create your own walking story using inspirations around you. You can tell the story as you walk to your family or record like Dawn has and send it to us.  

 

Mad hatter’s party                                                           

 If the weather is warm enough – choose a day over the next 2 weeks to sit outside in your garden and have a picnic / tea party and read your favourite book to a family member.  

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhMoHJuQuLs&feature=youtu.be 

 Draw with Rob on World Book Day and design a bookmark. 

Maths  

 

Revision telling the time – pupil choice  https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zhk82hv/articles/zcmdwxs 

Mathsframe game   

https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/116/telling-the-time 

Try the telling the time activity sheets on J2E, dojo and the website. 

 

-WBD MATHS - Harry Potter mixed maths problems – choose your colour group on j2e or website. 

 

-WBD fun adding challenge – choose your colour group worksheet on j2e or website. 

 

Welsh time – Bore da activity 

 

Below are the worksheets and information pages for this week's home learning. The worksheets are also on J2e in your shared files.

superlatives Boogie Bear

Home learning Y5/6 

22nd - 26th February 2021

It is St David’s Day next Monday and even though we are not back together in school, we want to be able to celebrate. This week’s activities include the competitions we would usually take part in for our school Eisteddfod and there will be prizes per class. Pob Lwc! 

 

Language, literacy and communication 

Competition 1 – write a story ‘The day I met a dragon!’       

Write a story on paper or j2e. Use the story mountain to help you. 

 

Competition 2 – Handwriting                                                    Copy the poem in your best joined up handwriting. Send a clear photo of your entry via dojo. 

 

Competition 3 – The Bardic poem.                                     Write a poem about Wales! For this competition you must use a ‘pen name’ this could be a character e.g Mickey mouse etc so the other teachers don’t know who wrote the poem. This can be submitted on j2e or via dojo. 

 

ALL entries must be submitted by 11am on Monday 1st March – winners will be announced in the afternoon! 

Expressive arts 

 

Competition 1 – Art 

Create a Welsh themed piece of art, you can use pencils, felt pens, paints, collage materials, media or outdoor materials.  See the Welsh artist’s sheet for inspiration.  

 

Competition 2 – Creative 

Dress a leek to look like your favourite celebrity / singer or favourite Welsh icon e.g Tom Jones, Swans players, Welsh football / rugby players. Send your photos via dojo. 

 

ALL entries must be submitted by 11am on Monday 1st March – winners will be announced in the afternoon! 

Other St David’s day activities 

 

  • Complete the St David’s wordsearch on j2e.                  

  • Research St David and complete the True or False grid.  

 

  • Reading comprehension – choose your reading group, read the story and complete the questions.  

Spelling / reading websites 

                                

PRIMARY STARS SPELLING GAME 

https://plprimarystars.com/for-families/play-game 

Become a footballer, choose your favourite team and work through the spelling levels – what level will you reach? 

 

www.oxfordowl.co.uk 

 

www.hwb.gov.uk - Use your log in, go to just2easy app within hwb and then play the j2blast spelling game. You can verse your friends virtually! 

 

Read the First News every week. This is an award winning weekly newspaper for children.  Copy and paste this link with instructions on how to receive a digital copy at home. 

https://schools.firstnews.co.uk/free-home-subscription/?offer=BMPS2021     

Non – online activities  

 

Look at the recipe cards – choose a St David’s themed recipe to make – send us your photos via dojo. 

 

On Monday 1st March, wear your Welsh costumes or rugby shirts or something red like we would if we were in school – send us a photo of yourself so we can make a virtual Eisteddfod together.  

 

The BBC have daily lessons on the TV. The lessons suit different age groups and abilities. 

 

Maths  

 

Fun colour by multiplication/division St David’s day activity. On j2e (shared files) work out the answers to the 2, 5, 10 multiplication and division facts and colour in the boxes using the pen tool. Same activity for alll groups.  

 

St David’s pizza money problems – work out the cost of the different pizza combinations. Choose your maths colour group.  

 

www.hwb.gov.uk - Use your log in, go to just2easy app within hwb and then play the j2blast maths game. You can verse your friends virtually! 

 

 

Below are the worksheets and information pages for this weeks home learning. The worksheets are also on J2e in your shared files.

Internet safety activities 

8th - 12th February 2021

 

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This year the theme is reliability.  Lots of things online can be fake news, or untrue, what can you trust online?

 

Firstly, start by watching the virtual assembly below, then choose some of the activities to do this week.

Virtual assembly - https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/safer-internet-day/safer-internet-day-2021/i-am-educator/work-7-11s?jwsource=cl

 

Assembly follow up activity on j2e.

 

Activities

1) Play the game - Band runners all about how to stay safe online, what you should and shouldn’t share, and how behaviours online affect others.

Watch the videos - https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/8_10/watch/

 

Play the game - https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/8_10/

 

2) All about fake news. Horrible Histories fake news song

 

https://www.yout-ube.com/watch?v=f6gIEGmOBH4

 

3) Make a pledge activity - Complete the magnifying glass on j2e by adding pictures, or words. Example Pledges of what you will do to help create a more trustworthy internet, such as, “I will only share things I have checked are true” or “I will support my friends if fake news upsets them.”

 

4) Create a poster showing what you have learnt about reliability and fake news on the internet  - what should you do? Create on j2e or on paper and send us a photo.

 

5) Internet safety day word search - find on j2e and class page on website.

 

Live lessons -

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/live-lessons/safer-internet-day-live-lesson/zdh2wnb

Watch the BBC live lesson on Tuesday 9th at 11am - complete the activity sheet as part of the lesson or after the lesson - activity sheet on j2e and class page on website.

 

Watch Liverpool FC - 1.30pm Tuesday 9th February.

Returning for another year, Liverpool FC will be joining us for a live event this Safer Internet Day to talk about the theme of reliability online. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSGURayonindsMn_EYXx8Xg 

Pancake Day next week

Home Learning Menu - (2 weeks) 1st - 12th February 2021

 

Have a look at the dojo video in which we will introduce the activities- Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Lecrass. Please dojo if you need any help. We look forward to seeing your work.

 

We will add a few 'top up' activities next week linked to Internet safety week.

 

 

Pupil topic choice BOOK THEME and ART   

 

Language, literacy and communication 

 

Flipgrid - Describe a character without saying their name, your teacher will try and guess who it is. Can you guess your teacher’s character? 

 

Reading through music. Watch the song from toy story https://www.yout-ube.com/watch?v=EYb2QfjKe_4 

and answer the questions – type your answers on j2e worksheet or on paper and send your answers to us.  

 

Games and reading websites 

PRIMARY STARS SPELLING GAME 

https://plprimarystars.com/for-families/play-game 

Become a footballer, choose your favourite team and work through the spelling levels – what level will you reach? 

 

www.hwb.gov.uk - Use your log in, go to just2easy app within hwb and then play the j2blast spelling game. You can verse your friends virtually! 

 

Punctuation - Read Dan Anthony’s biography. He has made lots of mistakes!!! Can you correct them? Then listen to a reading of one of his books. 

 

WelshRead the profiles written in welsh from the Mr Urdd Magazine. Choose one child and draw a poster to show what you understand.  

 

 

 

Health and wellbeing Children’s Mental Health Week https://www.childrensmentalhealthweek.org.uk/parents-and-carers/   

The theme this year is to  'Express Yourself.'  

You can express how you are feeling in lots of different ways. 

You could draw, paint, wear a wacky outfit for the day, sing or create a dance!   

Challenge

The junior teachers have made models to represent themselves using things that they love. Can you guess who is who!???? Look at the picollage. 

 

Also this week try completing an activity that you enjoy to help you relax. This could be a puzzle, reading a favourite book, painting, etc  

 

Primary stars challenge – create your own daily routine that is healthy for your mind and body. Complete the daily challenge sheet on j2e and your teacher will post it to twitter. Watch the challenge via below link. 

https://plprimarystars.s3.amazonaws.com/1611600181-Roman_Kemp_My_daily_routine_challenge.mp4_1280x720_4.mp4 

 

Topic Humanities / Science 

 

Choose a topic that you are interested in to do with the world around us such as different countries or the oceans. 

Learn about your chosen topic using online resources and books.  

Create a fact file with a title, 5 important facts, two new words that you have learned and if possible, a picture. 

 

Charlie and the chocolate factory 

https://www.yout-ube.com/watch?v=OMFQtY6655E look at all his sweets and chocolate treats.  

 

1) explore reversible change of chocolate from a solid to liquid and back to solid. See the activity sheet for instructions. 

 

2) Solid, liquid and gases sorting Willy Wonka’s sweets into categories. See the activity sheet for instructions.  

 

Worksheets are on j2e and school website 

 

 

 

 

Non – online activities  

 

The BBC have daily lessons the TV. The lessons suit different age groups and abilities. 

 

Look back at the POBL activity sheets we have shared. 

Outdoor learning  

Dawn from Nature days outdoor lesson – watch Dawn’s lesson, use some of her ideas to create a picture that represents a story you have read or a character from the story. Use paints, coloured pencils or felts and send a photo to us via dojo.  

https://www.yout-ube.com/watch?v=YJ1M-N41NpY 

Look at the wellbeing calendar and try a different activity every day. Calendar on j2e and webiste page. 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000k4ng 

Join Ricky Wilson as the Celebrity art supply teacher  

Maths  

Maths activity sheets – see this week’s word problems all with a book theme to practise your addition and subtraction. Worksheets on j2e and class website.  

 

www.hwb.gov.uk - Use your log in, go to just2easy app within hwb and then play the j2blast maths game. You can verse your friends virtually!  

 

Primary Stars Maths game – choose your favourite team and become a maths sports star. Move through the levels – how high can you get? Let us know.  

https://plprimarystars.com/for-families/play-game 

 

There are also links to games to play on the maths word problem sheet.  

 

Below are this weeks worksheets - these can also be found on J2e in shared files for you to complete online, or you can write your answers on paper and send a photo via dojo. 

wellbeing activities

welsh activity

Home learning 25th-29th January 2021 Years 5/6   

 

Have a look at the dojo video in which we will introduce the activities- Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Lecrass. Please dojo if you need any help. We look forward to seeing your work.

Pupil choice activity this week is a Sports theme

  1. Research a famous sportsperson of your choice e.g a footballer, Paralympic swimmer like Ellie Simmonds, gymnastics, rugby player etc. Create a fact file about your chosen person on j2e or on paper at home. 
  2. There are two websites below with activities. Tom Palmer writes children's books with sport themes and the sport shed has activity ideas

Have you ever read a story with a sporting theme? Write a book review to recommend to the rest of the class.

Tell us what your favourite sport is. 

Topic week       Show Racism the Red Card

 

Watch the short Newsround videos

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/49613514

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/53057897

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/47149545

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/40324678

 

Competition 1 – work will be sent off to the national competition. Produce a piece of artwork in the form of a poster featuring an anti-racism message that can be used publicly to campaign against racism. 

 

Competition 2 - The Creative Writing Category is an opportunity for pupils to express their emotions about racism and its damaging effect.

Pupils can submit a poem, short story, blog article or lyrics.

 See information sheet on j2e and school website for ideas.

 

After listening to the story Star of Hope Star of fear last week, write a short book review. What was the story about? How did it make you feel? 

Health and wellbeing

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

Choose a Joe Wicks workout to complete this week. How did you feel after the workout?

Celebrity supply teacher PE with Marcus Rashford

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m000jycy/celebrity-supply-teacher-series-1-3-marcus-rashford-pe

 

Sally Holland, the Children’s commissioner for Wales would like your help! Please complete the survey for her called ‘Coronavirus and Me’ She would like to know young people’s views. Watch Sally explain the research here: https://www.yout-ube.com/watch?v=bFTxcXPXhZ8&feature=emb_logo

And then answer some questions for her. 

https://wh1.snapsurveys.com/s.asp?k=161098561428

Article 12 - Your right to an opinion.

Language, literacy and communication

Flipgrid

If you were organising a sports day, what sports activity would you include?

Follow the help video guide to log into flip grid on our class website page. 

St. Dwynwen’s Day 25th January 

Read/ listen to the story about St. Dwynwen. Draw a story map to illustrate the story. Look at our example. 

 

www.hwb.gov.uk - Use your log in, go to just2easy app within hwb and then play the j2blast spelling game. You can verse your friends virtually!

Oxford owl 

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/

Class log ins have been sent on dojo

Non – online activities 

  • Design a welsh love spoon and a card – show a family member or friend how special they are. See the instruction sheet for ideas.
  • Look at the POBL ideas for learning that don’t involve being online.
  • The BBC have daily lessons the TV. The lessons suit different age groups and abilities.

Outdoor learning

  1. Your outdoor learning activity this week, will be to exercise in the garden! Design a short program for the family to join in with. You could include star jumps, hopping and skipping.
  2. Create something associated with love from natural materials in your garden. Send your photos in. 

Maths 

Maths activity sheets – see this week’s sporting problems. Worksheets on j2e and class website. 

 

Maths online games

https://www.sheppardsoftware.com/math/addition/fruit-splat-game/

https://www.sheppardsoftware.com/math/subtraction/fruit-splat-game/

www.hwb.gov.uk - Use your log in, go to just2easy app within hwb and then play the j2blast maths game. You can verse your friends virtually! 

https://www.sumdog.com

Log into sum dog and challenge yourself, the questions start off easy and get harder as you progress. 

If you have lost your log in, send us a message. 

Join in the SUMDOG competition on Friday 29th

 

Below are this weeks worksheets - these can also be found on J2e in shared files for you to complete online, or you can write your answers on paper and send a photo via dojo. 
                                              

Home learning 11th - 15th January 2021 Years 5/6

Have a look at the dojo video in which we will introduce the activities- Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Lecrass. Please dojo if you need any help. We look forward to seeing your work. This menu is also available on J2E in your shared files. 

 

 

 

Pupil choice activity 

During our phone calls last week, some children have suggested a weekly child led activity. This week’s suggested activity is all about dinosaurs. 

  • Write a fact file about your favourite dinosaur. 
  • Write/record a film review about a dinosaur film like Jurassic World or the good dinosaur.
  • Draw and label a sketch of any dinosaur.

Health and wellbeing

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

Choose a Joe Wicks workout to complete this week. How did you feel after the workout?

OR

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=23VdtT0vQUY

Take part in the Yoga Dance Party 

Send us some photos of you completing a workout this week via dojo. 

Humanities 

Just to finish off our tornado topic, have a look at the photos on dojo/J2E of activity sheets about how to survive a tornado. Please have a go at doing poster and survival guide if you didn’t complete in school.

Send us photos of your work or use J2e to create a poster / survival guide etc. 

 

Learn all about Hen Galan – a New Year’s tradition in Wales. See the worksheets on J2E and class website. Answers can just be written on paper or online  

www.blaenymaesprimary.co.uk - go to class pages

Language, literacy and communication

Flipgrid

We have sent instructions on how to take part in flipgrid P4C ‘Would you rather?’ activity. This can be accessed via a free app or via hwb. Watch your teachers' video and send us a response. You will also be able to see your friend's responses. It is lots of fun!

www.hwb.gov.uk - Use your log in, go to just2easy app within hwb and then play the j2blast spelling game. You can verse your friends virtually!

Oxford owl 

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/

Class log ins have been sent on dojo

Non – online activities 

  • Your outdoor learning activity this week, will be to create an animal of your choice using any foliage e.g. Leaves twigs, grass etc.  You can send us a photo of your animal too. 

  • Look at the POBL ideas for learning that doesn’t involve being online 
  • The BBC is launching daily lessons today on the TV. The lessons suit different age groups and abilities.
  • Follow the instructions to make an origami Mari Lwyd link to Hen Galan. - Send us a photo of your completed origami via dojo.

Maths 

Maths activity sheet – complete the addition problems for your maths group. Find your groups activity on j2e or see worksheet photo sent to your dojo messages and write the answers on paper. 

https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/289/KS2_Maths_Invaders

Space invaders addition game – Practise your addition skills through this game. 

www.hwb.gov.uk - Use your log in, go to just2easy app within hwb and then play the j2blast maths game. You can verse your friends virtually! 

https://www.sumdog.com

Log into sumdog and challenge yourself, the questions start off easy and get harder as you progress. 

If you have lost your log in, send us a message. 

 

Below are this weeks worksheets - these can also be found on J2e in shared files for you to complete online, or you can write your answers on paper and send a photo via dojo. The worksheets have also been uploaded to dojo. 

 

non online activities

Home Learning 

6th - 8th January 2021

 

Happy New Year to you all. As we won’t be back in school at the moment, we have put together a menu of activities to have a go at this week. We’ll share more activities with you next week.  Please send us videos or photos of your work on dojo and message us if you need any help e.g. your HWB log ins. We will be in touch shortly to check if you need any help at all - Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Lecrass 

 

Science and technology  

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z22t7yc 

learn all about forces from gravity to water resistance. 

Language, literacy and communication 

Reflecting on last year and what would you like to achieve this year? Look at the photo of Rhodri’s New Year’s Resolution sheet. Use the headings to create your own sheet on paper at home, access the sheet through j2e and complete online or you could make a video to send back to us instead.  

Holiday recount tell us about your holiday or maybe your favourite present. Again, you could write this down, draw a picture or record a video for us.  

www.hwb.gov.uk - Use your log in, go to just2easy app within hwb and then play the j2blast spelling game. You can verse your friends virtually! 

Oxford owl  

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/ 

Explore the Oxford website with lots of free online resources. 

 

Health and wellbeing 

https://www.literacyshed.com/wishgranter.html 

Watch the short animation ‘The Wish granter’  

What would be your wish for the year ahead (2021)? Make a poster showing your wish 

Let us know via class dojo. 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ 

Choose a Joe Wicks workout to complete this week. How did you feel after the workout? 

OR  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_3weVPH0-U  

Join in with the ‘Wizard of Oz’ Yoga routine – some of the moves are a little tricky... how good is your balance? 

We would love to see photos of some of your moves.  

 

Humanities  

We learned all about tornadoes last term. What other extreme weather or natural disasters can you research?  

Maths  

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z3gnm39 

Adding and subtracting  

https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/292/Montys-Maths-Wall 

Monty’s maths wall – select the addition or subtraction category and work your way through the levels.  

www.hwb.gov.uk - Use your log in, go to just2easy app within hwb and then play the j2blast maths game. You can verse your friends virtually!  

https://www.sumdog.com 

Log into sumdog and challenge yourself, the questions start off easy and get harder as you progress.  

If you have lost your log in, send us a message.  

Expressive arts  

What can you see from your window or in your garden?  

Draw a sketch or paint a picture.  

Visit the Swansea Virtual School for lots of ideas from all areas of learning 

https://swanseavirtualschool.org/resources/ks2/ 

Visit the BBC bitesize page     

Get in touch via dojo if you need any help. 

 

    Home learning 

14th - 18th December 2020

 

Science and technology  

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z22t7yc 

learn all about forces from gravity to water resistance. 

 

Marshmallow snowman.  

Follow the instructions from Bore da to create your own marshmallow snowman.  

 

 

Health and wellbeing 

 

https://www.literacyshed.com/anti-bullying-shed.html 

watch the films about anti-bullying  

choose one of the films to review.  

What was the film about?  

What did you learn? 

 

 

https://www.literacyshed.com/greatestgift.html 

 

Watch the short video – The Greatest Gift.  

Think about the questions that follow. 

 

 

Humanities  

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z849q6f/articles/z7dkhbk 

a short lesson on climate change  

 

https://www.literacyshed.com/the-christmas-truce.html 

Watch a video about the Christmas Eve Truce in the WW2 trenches. 

 

Maths  

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zy2mn39/articles/zyhdfcw 

how to + and – in your head 

 

www.hwb.gov.uk - Use your log in, go to just2easy app within hwb and then play the j2blast game. You can verse your friends virtually!  

 

Christmas mosaic maths – complete the maths calculation and colour to reveal the Christmas picture. 

Language, literacy and communication 

Write your own tornado story! 

Who will be the main characters be? 

What happens when the tornado comes? 

Where do they hide?  

 

www.hwb.gov.uk - Use your log in, go to just2easy app within hwb and then play the j2blast spelling game. You can verse your friends virtually! 

Expressive arts  

 

Create a tornado model at home using recycled materials.  

Create a tornado collage using natural materials from the garden!  

 

Create a Christmas card using arts and crafts. 

Theatr Na Nog 

 

Watch the advent calendar video each day – scan the QR code using phone camera for the day’s video.  

 

 

Oxford owl  

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/ 

 

Explore the Oxford website with lots of free online resources. 

 

Visit the Swansea Virtual School for lots of ideas from all areas of learning 

https://swanseavirtualschool.org/resources/ks2/ 

 

 

 

 

 

Language, literacy and communication 

 

Welsh – read the welsh poem and illustrate. 

 

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