Hello Donaldsons, here is your weekly video update. Well done for a super week of learning last week, I can’t wait to see all of your work this week! Please remember to ring the school office if you need a paper pack of this week’s activities. Have a good week! ☺️
6th July 2020
Hello Donaldsons - your weekly video update is here! Watch this video to find out what we are going to be learning about this week. Please remember that if you need a paper pack of the activities to ring the school office. Have a good week! ☺️
29th June 2020
Hello Donaldsons - here is your weekly video update to tell you what we are going to be learning about this week. Paper packs of the activities will be available from 29/6/20, please remember to ring the school office if you need one. Keep up the hard work everyone! 🌟
22nd June 2020
Hello Donaldsons! I hope that you have had a lovely weekend. Here is your weekly video update. I can't wait to see your wonderful work this week. If you need a paper pack of the activities, please ring the school office from tomorrow. 😀
15th June 2020
Hello Donaldsons - your weekly update video is here! Well done for your fantastic learning last week, I can’t wait to see your wonderful work this week! Please remember to ring the school office to request a paper pack if you need one.
8th June 2020
Hello Donaldsons! I hope that you have had a lovely half term break. Here is what we are going to be learning about this week. Paper packs of the activities will be available to pick up from the school reception from Monday 8/6/2020.
Please show this video to the children to help them understand the staffing changes that will occur in the next couple of weeks.
Mrs Warren’s weekly video update!
27th April 2020
Here is a message from Mrs Warren. I hope everyone has a great week.
Choose one of these reward charts to provide motivation for completing tasks set and following rules and boundaries. You could give a small reward after 5 stickers with a larger reward when it is full.
W/B 30th March 2020
Please log on to Seesaw for all home learning activities.
If you are having any problems accessing this please contact school by phone or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have a printer, print off these sheets practise cutting along the lines and around the pictures with the scissors you were given during your home visit. If you don't have a printer ask an adult to draw some line on a piece of paper for you. You can complete these whenever you have a spare few minutes. try to do one each day rather than all of them at once.
Here are some more pencil control worksheets similar to the ones that were in your home learning packs. If you don't have a printer ask an adult to draw some similar lines on a piece of paper for you to trace over. Remember to hold your pencil correctly.
Following the online Read Write Inc session yesterday please show the children the attached sheet and help them learn that the letter makes the 'a' sound. Run your finger over the apple saying 'a a a a apple' then over the a saying 'a a a a a' Look at the pictures and discuss what they are emphasising that they begin with a 'a' sound. Practise writing the sound using the handwrite phrase. Finally practise writing saying the sound as you do.
Can you follow instructions to make porridge just like the three bears? Use the recipe cards above to show you how to do it. Is it too hot? What does it taste like?
Building a house. Can you create your own house? How many windows has it got? Is it attached to another house? Remember you might need to login first using this link to be able to open the activity. https://www.purplemash.com/sch/carlton-s71
Following the online Read Write Inc session yesterday please show the children the attached sheet and help them learn that the letter makes the 'm' sound. Run your finger over the mountain saying 'mmmmmm mountain' then over the m saying 'mmmmm' Look at the pictures and discuss what they are emphasising that they begin with a m sound. Practise writing the sound using the handwrite phrase. Finally practise writing saying the sound as you do.
The Smartest Giant in Town Listen to one of our familiar stories, The Smartest Giant in Town. Before you do can you tell an adult what happened in the story? Try to join in with the bits you know.
23rd March 2020
Goldilocks and the Three BearsWatch the attached show of the story 'Goldilocks and the Three Bears'. Talk to an adult about what happened in the story.
Can you go for a walk and collect some sticks. Use them to complete the above activity.
I can count up to 10 objects.Can you count how many of each picture you can see? You will find it easier if you cover up or cross out each one as you count them. Watch this numberblocks episode to remind you of the counting rules.
Dough DiscoUse some playdough to do dough disco to improve your fine motor skills. Follow the instructions on the video.
Create a house.Can you use the colours to create your own house? Think about what colours you need for each part. Click on the button that says 'find my schools login page' to login, or login via this link first then the activity will automatically appear https://www.purplemash.com/login/
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Welcome to the Donaldson class. We are taught by Mrs Warren and supported by Mrs Green. We are going to share our learning, achievements and useful information on this page.
Online assessment system - Early EssenceHere is the link to our assessment system. You can see observations of your child in school and add observations and information yourselves. Please see a member of staff if you do not have a password.
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