Sunday, 31 May 2020

Summer week 1 (2nd Half term)


SUMMER WEEK 1(2nd Half)


Hi everyone! I hope you are all doing ok and managing to do some of the work we are setting for you on here.
Here is the home learning for week 1 of summer term(2nd Half). 
If you need any help with anything don't hesitate to email me :-
 mrs longfield2020@carlton-in-snaith.n-yorks.sch.uk
I would also be really happy to have photos of your work and what you are getting up to.
 It's great to be hearing from so many of you and seeing some of the lovely things you are doing.
Take care and stay safe Love Mrs Longfield x


Weekly Maths Tasks (plus TT rockstars and Hit the button for maths facts)

Please click on the link below to access this week's daily maths activities.

(Please ensure you click on the Summer week 4 activity.) There are 4 daily lessons.

White Rose Summer Week 4 (Wk commencing 11th May)

Day 1 Worksheet
Day 1 Answers
Day 2 Worksheet
Day 2 Answers
Day 3 Worksheet
Day 3 Answers
Day 4 Worksheet
Day 4 Answers

Day 5 BBC Bitesize challenge activities


Here are some extra activities:- 
Emoji code breaking
Mystery of the Supersnack


Weekly English Tasks (plus daily reading) 
Here is the new writing unit for the next two weeks. It is organised in a way that you build up to a final piece of writing. Work through the unit systematically and remember this is a two week unit.
Talk for writing - One chance unit


Spellings
Learn these spellings and try to use as many of them as you can in a description of your bedroom or garden.

develop
dictionary
disastrous
environment
existence
explanation
familiar
foreign
forty
frequently

Wider curriculum activities

History
Last half term we were investigating the Vikings. This is an activity which I planned but we didn't fit in. If you would like to have a go at this feel free.



Use the link below to do some Viking Rune investigating.
Viking Runes activity
Now see if you can create some Viking Rune labels for things at home. eg: your bedroom, dad's shed, your house etc

Geography
This half term we will be investigating maps and learning how to use them effectively. 
To begin with have a look at the powerpoint below.
Map skills and symbols intro powerpoint

Now have a go at the activities below.
Map symbols matching activity
Map symbol activity
Map symbol challenge activity

Science

Have a look at the powerpoint on link below all about seed dispersal.
Seed dispersal powerpoint

Then have a go at the activities below.
Seed dispersal sorting activity
Seed dispersal sorting activity answers
Seed dispersal worksheet

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OUSE CLASS BAKE OFF
This half term out topic would have been titled 'Imagine'. I would like you to spend this half term designing and making a cake which represents you. Before you do any baking at all you first need to plan and design your cake. So this week your task is to come up with a drawing of your design. Let your imaginations run wild. I can't wait to see what you come up with.

Picture news -
Virtual Assembly link 1st June

Story: There has been a huge increase in people wanting to work in the healthcare sector recently.

Question:  Why do people choose the jobs they do?


Ongoing project

This half term we thought it would be nice to do some research about an aspect of our local area. We decided that the 3 churches and their history would be a great project. We would like you to find out about them and present your work in an interesting,exciting way. We particularly would like you to look at how each church is similar /different. You could maybe talk to people who attend these churches and ask them what it is like and the things that happen during their services. Find out about the Catholic, Anglican and Methodist branches of the Christian faith. They will have things that are the same and some things which are very different.You could maybe do a painting/drawing or model of one of them too. 







(If anyone has their Hero projects completed , don't forget to email them to me at:-                mrs longfield2020@carlton-in-snaith.n-yorks.sch.uk )

Monday, 25 May 2020

What a treat!

Thank you Niamh for my lovely surprise delivery this afternoon.
Yum! Yum!

Sunday, 24 May 2020

Happy Half Term

This week would have been half term in school so there will be no class blog with lessons for you to complete.
You can still obviously work on your times tables and reading or complete any tasks already set if you want to, but we really hope you spend lots of time this week playing and having fun.

Carry out some random acts of kindness

1. Make your brother or sister’s bed for them.
2. Clear the table after dinner without being asked.
3. Send a letter to your grandma or granddad, or a relative you don’t see very often. Write it by hand, not on the computer!
4. Read your little brother or sister a bedtime story.
5. Pour the rest of your family a drink at mealtimes.
6.Draw your mum or dad a picture, just because you love them.
7. Try to pay someone a compliment every day – for example, you could tell them they make you laugh, or they’re a good friend, or that they’re brilliant at drawing.
8. Paint rocks with pretty pictures or positive sayings and hide them in your neighbourhood for other children to find.
9. When you go shopping with your mum or dad, choose an extra item of food to donate to a food bank.
10.Smile and say hello to people you pass when you're out exercising
Do a jigsaw or play a board game
Find a book to read and enjoy as a family
Camp out in your garden or living room
Hold a Teddy Bear's Picnic
Help to make a meal for your family

You can still send me photos of the exciting things you are getting up to-it's so lovely hearing from you all.
Take care and stay safe 
love from Mrs Longfield xx

TT Tockstars World Record Attempt

Hello to all of our wonderful children at Carlton-in-Snaith Primary School! I have received a letter from Bruno at TT Rockstars and I thought I would share it with you.

Now, I always say we should aim high but even if you don't quite manage the super tough world record of over 150 in a single studio game, we would love to see your efforts. See how close you can get, can you beat your highest score? 

As Bruno explains, studio games include all of the times tables and associated division facts but as I regularly tell the children in Calder Class, it doesn't matter if you get any wrong- just keep going and see how many you can get right! Before you know it, you'll be getting higher and higher scores. Don't forget Percy Parker to help you learn the tables too (find him on YouTube) the songs are super catchy!

Send us your best efforts for us to share on our blogs :) or if you think you can beat the world record, send your video to the link below!

Guess what!?
Times Tables Rock Stars have gotten in touch with GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS After some conversations they have created a new title - "the highest score achieved on ‘Times Tables Rock Stars in one minute!"
To make an Official Attempt, players need to record a video of themselves achieving their highest score in the Studio* and send the video to support@mathscircle.com by 23:59 UK time on 4th June 2020.
Read Official Attempt criteria in full

The highest scores we've seen over the years have been 150+ in a single Studio game so we know the standard for this global title will be high. 
Time to get rockin' during lock-in!
Bruno
*Studio games go up 12×12 and include corresponding division facts.
Attachments iconGuinness World Records - TT Rock Stars - Letter to Pupils.pdf
Attachments iconGuinness World Records - TT Rock Stars - Letter to Pupils.docx

Marie's sports day

Have a look at the link below to see photographs of Marie doing lots of activities on what would have been our sports day.

Sports day with a difference

She finished off the day doing 100 squats for charity and decided to give the money raised to Diabetes UK.
Well done Marie!

Friday, 22 May 2020

Neave's history project

Neave has worked really hard creating her own model of a Viking longship. 
Well done Neave!

Book of Hopes

Award-winning children’s author, Katherine Rundell, has  launched The Book of Hopes: Words and Pictures to Comfort, Inspire and Entertain Children in Lockdown
You can find the book on the link below.
Completely free for all children and families, the extraordinary collection of short stories, poems, essays and pictures has contributions from more than 110 children’s writers and illustrators, including Lauren Child, Anthony Horowitz, Greg James and Chris Smith, Michael Morpurgo, Liz Pichon, Axel Scheffler, Francesca Simon, Jacqueline Wilson – and Katherine herself.
The Book of Hopes aims to comfort, inspire and encourage children during lockdown through delight, new ideas, ridiculous jokes and heroic tales. There are true accounts of cats and hares and plastic-devouring caterpillars; there are doodles and flowers; revolting poems and beautiful poems; and there are stories of space travel and new shoes and dragons.
The collection is dedicated to the doctors, nurses, carers, porters, cleaners and everyone currently working in hospitals.

Thursday, 21 May 2020

A day in the forest!






Niamh has enjoyed a lovely walk with her mum today!

TTR Battle- The result


Well done to everyone who took part in the battle this week. 
Special mentions to Ollie, Harry and Annie who did so well.

                                                             
Boys
3968
Girls
5085

Here is the score from the battle this week. 
Victory again for the girls, but a much better effort from the boys!    

This week's battle will begin on Monday 25th May.
Come on boys you can do this!    

Fun in the sun!



Oliver has been out and about delivering rainbows.

Then home to cool off in the pool.

Looks like great fun Oliver!

Reading for pleasure


Children being exposed to books beyond which they can read is an important part of the curriculum, so at school adults regularly read to the children.
It inspires imaginations, models how to use fluency and expression when reading, introduces new vocabulary, supports comprehension plus many, many more things.

Here is a link with books read aloud for the children to follow and listen to.

Top ten stories for 7-11yr olds

There are also lots of books for you to read on the link below.

Oxford owl library


Wednesday, 20 May 2020

Reading

For those of you beginning to run out of books for your children to read or for you to read with your children, over the next few days we will be suggesting places where you can find many more. 
With the emphasis very much being on reading for pleasure.

Tuesday, 19 May 2020

Creative Niamh









Niamh has been doing lots of art work and practising her drawing skills.









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Wow! 
What a fantastic model of a Viking longship!
Lots of effort has gone into this Niamh.
Well done!

TTR







Come on boys! 
The tournament is much closer this week.
Current score is :-
2536 to the girls and 2201 to the boys. 
You can do this boys.
Let's see if you can be the winners this week.

Tournament ends tomorrow!







Well done to Annie, Harry,Maizie,Ruby,Sam,
Charlie K,Oliver,Madison, Neave and Rebecca for your efforts on TTR this week!

A story by Ruby




















Ruby has worked hard on her Queen bee story.

Rebecca's news









Rebecca has been re-using and recycling.
She has made a file holder from an empty cereal box.







She has been very busy looking after these new arrivals.
Hoe cute are they!













A cycle ride and an ice cream with all the family.

Stories with the author

Marie is watching Cressida Crowell talking about writing her books and the process she goes through. 
She shows us her notebooks from when she was 9 years old.