Happy Wednesday Jays!
This week we were going to be learning about money. I decided to make a shop at home and pay for my snacks.
First I wrote a shopping list.
Then I added some price tags.
After I found the correct amount of coins to pay for my snack.
Then I decided to try and make the amounts in different ways. For example instead of using a 10p coin for my crisps I used two 5p pieces.
I wonder if you could have a go at doing this at home? You don't have to use snacks, maybe you would prefer to have a toy shop instead.
Remember to keep sending me your pictures to Jays@archbishopcourtenay.kent.sch.uk
I Hope you are all having a lovely week so far. I would love to share some amazing work with you. Jan has been working very hard at home. He has been writing tricky words, practicing the phonics sound 'zz', making Easter Eggs, ordering numbers, reading and lots more!
Fantastic home learning Jan, Well Done!
Happy Monday Jays!
Hope you have had a lovely, relaxing weekend.
Today I thought we should start off the week with some fun, energetic dances to get us ready and raring to go for another week of home learning!
You can try.....
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOT29Urisp4 - Banana Boogie
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YwKUv0L3xtc - Pizza Dough Boogie
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Parej8Fi0es - Big Blue Whale
Have fun and keep smiling!
So, Aisha and Ruby S had a very exciting weekend baking! Aisha made some cupcakes and some Carrot Cake. Ruby S made some Swirls and even had a go at making Banana Bread!
Well Done Girls!
Oliver has been working super hard this week, completing his home learning pack. He has been practising writing his numbers and learning about capacity. Fantastic work Oliver- Keep it up!
It's Friday-Hooray! Hope you are all happy and well, still enjoying the sunshine and looking forward to the weekend!
This week in maths we are going to be learning about capacity this means; the amount something can hold.
These are some of the words we can use when exploring capacity:
nearly full, full, half full, nearly empty, empty.
Today I made some banana bread. I had to measure my ingredients into cups. Some steps needed full cups, some needed half cups. I wonder if you could have a go at making something with your families at home? I would love to see some pictures and hear about what you have done. I followed a recipe by Allrecipes.com called ' How to make Banana Bread'. I baked my bananas first to soften them (they go black!) and added some raisins and honey too! Above are some pictures of my attempt (I'm sure you will do a much better job than me!)
Jan read a poem called "A small dragon" by Brian Patten today. He drew a picture of his own dragon and labelled it! Fantastic work Jan, Well Done!
Morning Jays, Happy Thursday! Mr Webster wanted to share an idea with you and say hello!
Good morning Jays, I hope you are all well and safe. The sun is shining once again. We know exercise is an amazing tool to help us feel happier and more energised, which is why this week I have been joining in with 'The Body Coach Joe Wicks on Youtube. It starts at 9am for a fun 30 minute workout, even your adults can get involved. Its load of fun and will get your brain ready for the rest of the day. I would love to hear, see pictures or videos on Tapestry of you having a great time working out with Joe Wicks.
Have a great day Jays and keep safe!
Good Afternoon Jays, I thought you might like to share this prayer with your families. Maybe you could talk about any worries or concerns you have at this present time and give thanks for each other.
The doors of the house where the disciples had met were locked. (John 20.19)
Ever present God,
be with us in our isolation,
be close to us in our distancing,
be healing in our sickness,
be joy in our sadness,
be light in our darkness,
be wisdom in our confusion,
be all that is familiar when all is unfamiliar,
that when the doors reopen
we may with the zeal of Pentecost
inhabit our communities
and speak of your goodness
to an emerging world.
For Jesus’ sake.
Good Morning Jays! It's another lovely day today. I hope you are keeping safe and well. Today, you might like to have a look at this website.
It has some fantastic, fun stories for you to share with your families, you can even listen in different languages! You can email me or post on Tapestry to tell me which stories were your favourite!
Have a fabulous day!
Hello Jays and welcome to our Class blog!
As of yet we do not know how long we will be off school for, that's why we have made you a pack of work and given you ideas of some great websites. We really want you to continue with all the great progress you have made so far this year so please do all you can to continue your learning at home
You will have seen today that we are adding lots of lovely things to Tapestry, this will happen daily and will consist of a daily phonics lesson and a fun maths/Literacy/PE/Music activity. Also please login to Tapestry at 3.15 each day for story time with either myself or Mrs Eades, if you want to read us a story that would also be lovely.
Remember to keep safe and keep smiling!