Fittleworth C. E. Village School

Fittleworth C. E. Village School

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Summer 2018

w/b 25th June 

It was so good to see all the children becoming little scientists this week. Our whole school trip on Tuesday to the Winchester Science Museum certainly inspired us to find out more about the world around us.

We have been asking lots of questions about materials & investigating which materials are the bounciest, stretchiest & strongest. Ask the children to show you how to build a strong bridge using only 1 piece of A4 paper...

With all this knowledge of materials, we will be designing & making our very own toys this week. What shall we use to make our toys strong? How will they work? Watch this space...

Topic: We will be finding out what toys Victorian children used to play with. What materials were they made from & how were the different to our toys now? We will also be finding out what the Victorians invented! Did you know that many things we use today were first invented by the Victorians? We have a lot to thank them for!

Don't forget: Sponsered Run on Monday morning. We will head outside shortly after assembly & then the children are free to run as many laps of the field as they can before lunch! 

Purple Mash: A huge WELL DONE to all the children who have completed their 2dos so quickly. I am impressed! All children are encouraged to access Purple Mash at least once a week from a computer at home. We are using it in school as well so there is no pressure for parents to give their child any more access to computers than they have already! 

Have a lovely weekend in the sunshine. I will be heading to the Billingshurst Carnival this Sunday. Maybe I'll see some of you there!  Mrs W :)

w/b 18th June - SCIENCE WEEK!

Wow! Wasn't the wedding special? Connie & Harry had the most perfect day of sunshine to celebrate their wedding. Everyone looked fantastic in their outfits. Charlie & Bella sang their hearts out in the church. The reception was so much fun with cakes & speeches. A huge THANK YOU  & WELL DONE to everyone involved in making it a really special day. 

This week is all about Science! We are learning about materials this half term & using what we learn to help us to design & make a toy. We will be investigating materials every day this week, with a WOW day on Tuesday as the whole school head to the Winchester Science museum. We will be writing about what we see & do at the museum. 

Remember: Keep collecting your clean rubbish at home to bring into school. We will need an assortment of 'junk modelling' materials to help us make our toys next week including cereal boxes, egg boxes and plastic bottles. 

Purple Mash: All children have been reminded to login to Purple Mash at least once a week this half term. Usernames and passwords have been stuck into the back of reading diaries. I will be adding new tasks to do every week as well as looking at all the completed tasks. Like all home learning, this is not compulsory, just encouraged. 

Keep reading at home this week but don't worry about spellings! We will practise some old spellings in class this week. 

Hope you all have a lovely weekend! Mrs W :)

 

w/b 11th June

Another busy week for Maple Class! It's the week of the Wedding! Get your smart party clothes ready for Wednesday morning, it's going to be such a fun time! 

Literacy: This week we will be writing poems about our hobbies. Have a think about what you like to do in your spare time. 

Maths: We will be doing lots of measuring for the wedding including weighing for cooking. 

Topic: As part of the Victorians, we are focusing on Florence Nightingale this week and finding out what she did for us. She really was a very important person!

World Cup! Just for fun, Maple Class have all chosen a country that will be playing in the World Cup starting this week. The children have been encouraged to find out a few interesting facts about their country to share with the rest of us. We will be finding the countries on a World map and decorating our own flags. We will keep score of each game as it happens. The winning country may even win a prize! 

NEXT WEEK: Science week! We will be investigating materials this Friday with Mrs Richman and designing our very own toy. We will then be making our toys as part of Science / DT week. Any clean bits of recycling you have at home would be useful for our models if you could start bringing those bits in. 

Our whole school trip is on TUESDAY to the Science museum in Winchester. This will inspire us as we come back to school and continue our Science week. 

Phew! I think that's everything! We really do pack a lot in to one week in Maple Class. But isn't it such fun?! :) Mrs W x

 

Half Term break!

This week has flown by! What have you all been up to? I started the half term with Big Church Day Out where I saw many of you with your families. Wasn't it so much fun in the sun? I really love listening to so many live bands & enjoying the festival feel. Last Sunday, I drove up to Center Parcs with my family & friends where we stayed for the week. We swam every day, we braved the rapids, we had an archery lesson, we played in the parks, we ate far too much yummy food, us grown ups enjoyed a spa session whilst the children had fun at a 'Pirate & Princess Party'...it's safe to say we are all exhausted but full of good memories. 

I am so excited to start this new half term & see you all again tomorrow. I want to hear everything! Don't forget, this week we must start planning for our very own Royal Wedding. We will assign all the different roles & get stuck into the preparations for the big day. 

We began to compare Victorian farming with farming today before the end of last half term. This half term, we will look at Prince Harry's family tree to find out who Queen Victoria was & how the Victorian era changed life in Britain. If you have any books at home that will help us with our research, bring them into school & we can use them. 

See you tomorrow! :) Mrs W x

 

w/b 14th May

Literacy: We have been planning & drafting our own farmyard stories this week. Some of the children have finished and they are fantastic! Some children chose to present their stories like a comic strip with pictures & speech bubbles. Others chose to write it up into their Literacy books. I was so impressed at how hard everyone has worked on their stories this week. 

Spellings: Year 2s have been practising contractions for their spellings this week. Try matching the contractions to the standard English here.

Year 3s have been practising words in different word families linked to the Year 3 and 4 spelling list. Try these spelling games to test your knowledge. 

Maths: We have been learning how to subtract by counting on this week. Year 2 have blown me away with how hard they have been working & we had so many 'light bulb' moments! We used a number line to start at the smaller number and counted up to the bigger number to find the difference. Year 3 have used subtraction to help them to work out how much change to give when buying toys of different values. 

Games: Try these games to test your times tables and division facts knowledge from last week. 

Topic: Year 2s enjoyed a walk around the village this week to Leigh Farm. Farmer Neil met the children at the farm & demonstrated how to shear a sheep! Some children even came back to school with wool in their pockets! They also learned about cows, dairy & beef, and they walked through a field of growing crops. 

If you want to find out more about food and farming, you could watch some of these videos

Year 3s completed their own mini history topic, researching farming in the Victorian days compared to farming today.  Did you know that children were often given some of the worst jobs to do around the farm? Year 3 have asked if we can carry on finding out about Victorian life after half term and even dress up as a Victorian child! Watch this space...

Here is my Google search for Victorian farming. Try clicking on the first link for an interesting download all about the different jobs on a Victorian farm. 

w/b 7th May

This week has been a short week with the Bank Holiday but none-the-less very busy! 

Wednesday: We had a visit from Neil Dallyn the farmer today and he parked his tractor on the playground! It was so interesting to hear all about a day in the life of a farmer. We also got to feed two baby lambs; they were so cute! We then asked him lots of questions about farming. We learned so much. 

Literacy: We have been reading lots of animal stories this week in preparation for writing our own stories next week. We now know how to use inverted commas for direct speech and commas for a list and after fronted adverbials...check us out!

Maths: We have been sorting 3d shapes this week and reminding ourselves about the properties of shapes. We have also been telling the time, ordering different times & working out how many minutes later. 

NEXT WEEK: Year 2's will be joining Oak Class for a walk to Leigh Farm in Sandy Lane to see some farm animals. Year 3's will be enjoying a fun morning finding out about farming in the Victorian days and comparing it to farming now. In Literacy we will be planning & drafting our own farmyard stories. In Maths we will be recapping addition & subtraction as well as money. 

Please can Y3s practise their words for the Goodwood assembly on Tuesday morning. All parents & family friends are welcome. (Y2s will be joining Oak Class for their sharing assembly after half term - TBC)

w/b 30th April 

Monday is Well - Being Day. Ask the children about the workshop that we will be given in the morning. 

Literacy - Year 3 are keen to thank all the staff at Goodwood for such a fantastic trip last week. Wow! We really were well looked after. From the staff who cooked us our delicious food, to Sarah who guided us round the estate & taught us so many interesting things, to Seamus the retired jockey who gave s a behind the scenes tour of Goodwood Race Course, to Jimmy the farmer who showed us a 2 day old piglet who we named Maple! Everyone was incredibly friendly, welcoming & such fun. So the children will be drafting & writing their own letters this week as well as beginning their own farm animal fact files.  Year 2 have been learning so much about sheep with Mrs McKee that they will be writing their very own Dusty diaries this week. It will be so lovely to share our experiences with one another.

Maths - Times Tables practise this week. This means we will be looking at multiplication as well as division. Please be practising at home as well to get even speedier at recalling those number facts. 

Topic: We will be considering what a plant needs to grow well this week. 

w/b 16th April - Welcome back! 

It was so lovely to hear all about what everyone has been getting up to in the Easter holidays. Some of you lucky children went away on holiday to escape the British weather. Some of you enjoyed various days out with friends & family. I think all of us had a well deserved break from all the hard work of last term & we have come back feeling refreshed & raring to go. Summer Term is going to be a busy yet incredibly fun - filled term! 

Missing Sheep! On Wednesday, Mr Bloomfield interrupted our assembly to ask for our help. He seems to have misplaced Dusty, one of his beloved sheep. We have been detectives this week, asking Mr B lots of questions about Dusty & searching for clues. So far we know she is quite a silly sheep who likes to wander off. She likes to eat sugar beet nuts. She is a Gotland sheep with a thick, grey fleece & her best friend is Harry! On Thursday, we even found clues around school to suggest she has followed Mr B to school & might be in Fittleworth! I wonder what else we might find out next week...Let's hope Dusty turns up very soon. Watch this space! 

Next Week: Year 3 will be enjoying the annual residential trip to Goodwood on Wednesday, Thursday & Friday. They will be experiencing first hand a behind-the-scenes look at a working farm. Year 2's will be well looked after by Mrs McKee & Mrs Allum in Oak Class. We will all be finding out more about farms & creating our own fact files about sheep. By the end of the week we will be sheep experts! This will help us to discover Dusty's hiding place in no time. 

Don't forget to keep reading, keep practising those times tables & learn those spellings!

 

Spring 2018

Easter Holidays - according to Mrs Westbrook!

It has been a really lovely break so far. I haven't been away on holiday but I have enjoyed being at home with my children. We spent Easter weekend with our family, eating far too many chocolate eggs! Then it was my daughter's birthday on Easter Monday. She was so spoilt! We took her to Fishers Farm for the day where she braved the 'death slide' for the first time! We ran through the rain, splashed in puddles, ate a picnic lunch in the barn & played in the soft play before coming home for a birthday tea. She now can't resist telling everyone she meets, 'I am 4 now!' Very sweet. 

This week my children have lots of play dates with their friends, either at our house or at their friends' houses. I have been starting to think about next week & seeing you all again. I can't wait to hear all about your holidays & what you've been up to. What has been your favourite day so far? Who have you seen? Where have you been? Maybe on Monday we could write about the best day...I wonder what I will write about?

 

w/b 19th March

Such excitement was had on Monday when I returned to the class, finally, after a long weekend of being locked in the attic by Princess Smartypants. She was trouble! Maple Class told me the secret of the dragon's egg... in fact, I'm not sure I should say online... 

Literacy: As a result of not telling the whole truth on World Book Day, Maple Class wrote letters to Mr B to apologise & explain why they had to do it. Mr B was so impressed with the neat handwriting, the super selling & the incredibly persuasive arguments, that he agreed to let Maple Class keep the dragon's egg...oh hang on, I shouldn't say anymore...

Maths: We have been investigating shape this week. Year 2 now know the name of an eight sided 3D shape thanks to Cedar Class! Year 3 have been busy sorting 2D shapes into Venn & Caroll diagrams using lots of different criteria including perpendicular lines, parallel lines, lines of symmetry & number of sides. 

Topic: We have almost finished Vikings for this term. We have been thinking more about the Vikings as settlers, not just invaders. Next week we will be looking at long houses & Viking farms. This will lead us to compare farming from years ago to now, ready for our new topic after Easter...

Next week: It's a 4 day week as we finish in time for Easter. We will have a quick spelling check to see which spelling patterns we have found tricky this half term . We will also have a Times tables Quiz to find out how we've been getting on with those. 

Wednesday: Church Easter Service. Maple Class will be busy preparing what to share at the church this week. 

Thursday: Last day! We will the term with our traditional Egg Hunt! I wonder if we'll find anymore dragon's eggs....

 

w/b 5th March

What a lovey week it has been, meeting with parents & sharing all the progress that's been made this term so far. Maple Class, you did yourselves proud! All that reading has been paying off! 

Homework: A discussion that I had with many, if not all, parents was the expectations of homework. In Maple Class, new spelling lists are handed out on a Monday. The children are told to look at these spellings every day for not more than 5 minutes. They should write each word at least once, maybe write them into a sentence, use bubble letters, find them in their reading books, write them onto pieces of card & display them round the house... anything that helps them to learn the words. There is no official spelling test but I will be carrying out another spelling 'check' in the Summer term which will then inform the next teacher which words still need revising. For now, the exhaustive list of words can be found inside the front cover of the purple spelling books. Or the fish can be coloured in as and when children feel confident that they know these words. Please keep reading every day. Children are encouraged to read books or texts that interest THEM! Keep a record of their reading. I will take a quick look in the diaries every week & names will still be entered into the reading raffle if I can see evidence of daily reading. Enjoy it!

Maths: This week we were looking at strategies for solving addition & subtraction calculations. Year 2 were relating this to money which they found  little tricky! How often do we use cash, coins & notes these days? I know I rarely do! If you have any loose change at home, maybe you could let your children 'play' with it & practise working out change. We will come back to this again in the next few weeks. 

Literacy: We have finally finished our Viking booklets & they look fab! Ready to be stuck into Topic books. 

Topic: We have been learning all about Vikings as warriors. This week we made our Viking shields & they look fab! 

NEXT WEEK! RE Day is on Wednesday. We will be spending time in every class exploring our Big Frieze. Come ready to discuss what you have noticed in all the pictures. We will end the day at the church with Father Colin to share what we have discovered. World Book Day is THIS THURSDAY! Have you got your costume ready? We will spend the day reading beautiful books, buddy reading & writing our own stories. There may even be a prize for the most creative costume...! 

In Maths we will be exploring shapes & symmetry. How many 2D & 3D shapes can you name? Can you spot any in your house? 

Here's to another great week! 

 

w/b 26th February

Wow - it's chilly this week! We have seen flurries of snow all week & finally today, Thursday, we have a day off school! But do not panic, there are lots of lovely things you can all be doing on this snowy day!

READ: Stay warm, put on your onesies & enjoy what you have at home. Do you have lots of books on your bookshelves that you haven't looked through recently? Now is a good day to pop some music on & have a big clear out. Rediscover an old book, snuggle up on the sofa & get lost in the story. Draw a picture or write a sentence about your favourite character. Stop reading half way through & write an ending for your story. Perhaps you picked out an information book. What new fact did you learn today?

BAKE: What's your favourite thing to bake? Have a rummage through the cooking cupboards with your grown up & see what you could throw together today. Maybe you have some bananas that are starting to look a bit spotty...banana bread tastes delicious when its fresh out the oven. Or perhaps you'd like to cook your own tea tonight. Could you design & make your own pizza? I would have tuna & sweetcorn on top of mine. What about you?

SING & DANCE: We listen to a lot of music in Maple class to help us when we are working. What is your favourite style of music? Perhaps you could write your own song today to a familiar tune. Or maybe you prefer to move to music like I do! Why don't you have a 'Kitchen Disco' & boogie to a song on the radio!

PLAY OUTSIDE: Do you have a real log burning fire at home? Maybe you are busy already helping your grown ups to collect firewood for the fire. Remember to wrap up warm! Those of you that live near to a hill, go sledging! Build a snowman! Can you build an igloo? Or a den using sticks... Feeling brave? Why not test how warm your den is & try reading your book outside? (Maybe take a blanket with you too!) 

Whatever you do today, have fun! And stay warm. I want to hear all about it next week! :) Mrs W xxx

 

w/b 19th February

This week Maple Class did a great job with their first class assembly of the year. Everyone learnt their lines well & spoke clearly on the morning. All the children enjoyed sharing what we have been learning about volcanoes. Well done everyone!

Topic / Literacy: We kicked off the new half term in style as we met the Vikings. We read the story Dragon Stew which made us laugh! It inspired us to wrote our own dragon & Viking themed poems.

Maths: It's all about fractions this week. We found fractions of different amounts & shapes. We coloured in our own fractions stained glass windows.

Reading Raffle: Milo won our class raffle this week. Well done Milo! Enjoy reading your new book.   

NEXT WEEK: The weather forecast is cold & snowy so please remember to bring enough layers of warm clothing for playtimes including hats, scarves & gloves.

 

w/b 5th February 

4 DAY WEEK! Friday is an Inset Day for the teachers.

Literacy: This week we will be writing up the first draft of our volcano stories. We will be editing & re-drafting before writing up the final draft into books. 

Maths: We must practise our times tables this week. We will be recapping strategies to use to help us with multiplication & division, and we'll finish the week with a 'Beat the Clock' times tables challenge. 

TUESDAY: Year 3 will be visiting Pulborough Brooks to finish their Science 'Rocks' topic in style. Bring wellies & waterproof jackets in case the weather is a bit dodgy. Year 2 will spend the afternoon with Mrs McKee.

Reading: Well done to Herbie for winning our Reading Raffle this week. Who will win next week? Remember to keep a daily record in your diaries of all the good reading you are doing.  

DATE FOR YOUR DIARIES: Maple Class Assembly will be on Wednesday 21st February at 9am. 

Have a happy & relaxing half term break. Keep up the reading! xxx

 

w/b 29th January 

PLEASE CONTINUE TO TELL THE TIME AT HOME THIS WEEK. FIND ANALOGUE & DIGITAL CLOCKS AROUND YOUR HOUSE AND TELL YOUR GROWN UP WHAT TIME IT IS!

HOMEWORK! On Thursday last week we handed out maths homework to measure your toys. Bring that with you this week as we'll be comparing our results. 

Maths: Measuring! We will be investigating mass, length & capacity this week and learning how to read different scales & units of measure. Can you find any scales at home, perhaps on a measuring jug in the kitchen? Or on a ruler at your desk? What about on the food packets in your cupboards? Can you find out how much they weigh?

Literacy: Our volcano posters are looking fabulous! You all worked so hard on them & should feel very proud of yourselves. Let's write stories this week involving a natural disaster... Who will your main characters be? Where will your story be set? And what sticky situation will your characters find themselves in? I wonder how your story will end...

Reading: Another fantastic effort by everyone in Maple Class with nearly everyone earning themselves a Smelly Sticker! Henry won our Reading Raffle - excellent job Henry! Enjoy your prize. Don't forget to keep writing in those comments for all the good reading you do throughout the week everyone. 

PYJAMA DAY!! This Wednesday we will be staying all warm & snugly in our pyjamas for the day. Bring your favourite book to read & share with the class. 

 

w/b 22nd January

Literacy: Now we have researched volcanoes & made lots of notes, we are ready to write up our posters! We will be planning how to present our information with headings, sub - headings, labelled diagrams & writing in paragraphs. 

Maths: "What's the time Mr Wolf?" It is time we dusted off our clocks & learned how to read them! Practise at home this week, telling your parents what time it is right now on your clocks. 

Reading: Maple Class pulled out all the stops last week & read more than 5 times at home! I was blown away. Everyone received a certificate & Harry won our Reading Raffle! Well done Harry. 

 

w/b 15th January

Volcano Week! 

Last week we started to learn all about volcanoes. This week in Literacy we will be planning our very own volcano posters. We will be using topic books, the internet & other sources to research volcanoes before writing up what we learn. In Art, we will be sketching our own volcanoes & adding detail using charcoal & paint. 

Maths: We will be adding & subtracting one digit numbers from 2 & 3 digit numbers using a range of strategies. 

Reading: This week sees the launch of our Roald Dahl groups for our 'ERIC' (Everyone Reading In Class) times. Don't forget to record your daily reading in your reading diaries. I will be checking on Tuesday afternoon to see who will be awarded a certificate...perhaps your name will be entered into our Reading Raffle...

 

w/b 8th January

Literacy: Using George's Marvellous Medicine, we have wasted no time in delving into the gloriumptious world of Roald Dahl this week. His use of language to describe Grandma is so funny that it has inspired us to write our own character profiles & recipes using lots of delicious adjectives. (Do not try any of these medicines at home!)

Maths: Place value & number work this week. We will be placing two & three digit numbers on number lines as well as using what we know about place value to order & compare numbers. 

Topic: In Science, Year 3's begin to examine rocks this week. Who can remember the names of the 3 different types of rocks & how they are formed? In Geography we are explaining how volcanoes are formed. 

READING: Maple Class will be reading twice a week to an adult in school every week. It would be fantastic if grown ups could be hearing children read THREE times a week (e.g. Mon, Weds, Fri) and recording this in the reading diaries. I will be giving out special stickers to those who have 3 recorded reads in total a week & an even more special treat will be given to those who can squeeze in any more reading in a week!

Mrs W x

 

Welcome back!

Welcome back Maple Class & Happy New Year! Thank you for making my first day such a happy one. I hope you all had a lovely Christmas break. My holidays were mostly spent playing out & about with my two children, eating lots of chocolate & enjoying many pyjama days at home. It was lovely but now I am ready & excited for this new half term with you all! 

This half term we will be learning all about Roald Dahl in our Literacy lessons, so get reading any of his books that you may have at home. As part of Geography, we will be finding out about natural disasters. The year 3's will be learning more about rocks in Science. 

Why don't you write down any questions you may have about the earth for us to answer together in class? 

Mrs Westbrook :) 

 

Autumn 2017

Christmas!!

This month we are looking forward to our Christmas play and are working very hard at our rehearsals.

Friday 1st December - Christmas fair. Remember your biscuits you made you can buy at our fair. 

Thursday 4th December - We are off to the cinema to watch Paddington 2 in the morning.

w/b 27th November

This week we will be looking at lines, angles and turns. Keep practising your times tables, you are all getting so much better. Remember to use Mathletics! In literacy we will be looking at non chronological reports. 

w/b 20th November

This week we will looking at shapes! Can you describe the properties of any shapes around the house. We will be focusing on our SPAG. We will be looking at writing letters. 

w/b 13th November

This week we have been doing subtraction. Year 2's have been using a number line method and year 3's have learnt the formal written method and used the inverse to check their answers. In literacy the children have been looking at instructions,why not make something at home and encourage your child to write them in their home learning books. 

Don't forget to practise your xmas words.

w/b 6th November

This week in maths we will be working on division, using different methods to solve them. In literacy we will be writing poetry about fireworks and remembrance day. 

Our sharing and showing assembly is on Tuesday so we will be practising it on Monday. 

We are also starting our Christmas play 'What a Star'. Make sure you practise the song words and any lines you may be given at home. 

w/b 30th October

Hope you all had a lovely half term and now ready for our run up to Christmas. 

We will be continuing our work on fractions to begin the week and move onto more number work. in our topic lessons we will be looking at the Olympics, designing an Olympic plate, making a clay pot and other work on this area. We will begin to write your own Greek style myth.

W/b 23rd October

Half term

Fittleworth bonfire and firework night 28th October. Please stay safe.

Remember to read, go on Mathletics, learn your spelling patterns for this half term and do something in your home learning book.

W/b 16th October

We are loving our Greek topic, ask your child to tell you about their favourite Greek myth. In maths, we will be looking at fractions. At home, you could get the children to cut food into given fractions, share food into half, quarters, thirds etc, using the vocabulary needed for fractions. 

Remember bonfire building Thursday and it's the last year 2 forest school this week. 

Friday is an INSET day.

w/b 9th October

This week we will be focusing on multiplication in maths. The year 2's will be looking at arrays and x 10, 2, 5 and 3. Year 3 will look at the times tables 10, 2, 5, 3 , 4 and 8 and will learn the grid method to solve 1 x 2 digit multiplication. You could practise times tables in the car or in the bath! Try to  practise them in a random order and relate them to division e.g. how many 5's in 35? 

We will be continuing to look at the trojan horse and Greek gods. 

Remember Tuesday is our Harvest festival at the church.  Maple class will be sharing what they have learnt about food banks. 

w/b 2nd October 

This week we will be looking at the Trojan horse and Pandora's box. In maths, we will be working with money, adding money and working out change. Why not ask your children to add some coins together, make an amount, add two amounts in a shop and work out the change. 

Remember to practise your spellings at home and times tables. I will try and test you on your times table this week.

w/b 25th September

This week we will continue to look at Medusa. In Maths, we will be working on telling the time. Please practise telling the time at home. 

Have your children done some work in their home learning book yet?

w/b 18th September

This week our mythical character is Medusa! Maybe the children could describe her to you or retell the story. In Maths the children will be subtracting through using a number line or partitioning methods.

silent 'w' game

takeaway games

Times table game We will be assessing your child's times table knowledge.

 

W/b 11th September 

This week the children will be learning about some of the Greek constellations and also exploring the Greek myth of the Minotaur. In maths they will be working on their number bonds and focusing on addition and written methods to support this. 

Hit the button addition

adding easier

adding harder

Remember to use mathletics

purple mash

spellings - vowel digraphs 

ei game

 

 

 

Here are some general websites for you to go on to help with your learning.

BBC touch typing

BBC French

Literacy games

Maths games

Science games

Times table games

Phonic games

Maths zone

Sumdog

Hit the button - maths

Times Table Games 

Phonic games - phase 3

Telling the time

Eggs to order

Number square games

Spelling games

SPAG games