We hope you have had a safe weekend. There will be a range of work posted on here everyday for you to do until we go back to school. Also you will find books and Maths activities on Active Learn Primary. If you need your child's login details again or help accessing the site please let us know. Hopefully though, we will see you very soon! Please email us videos and any photos of you doing your tasks at home. Our email addresses are at the right hand side of this page. As always you can ask us any questions. You will also be receiving a regular keeping in touch call until we return to school. You can use this call to ask us any questions or just have a quick chat with us to say hello.
Here's a nice game for the younger learners and one that will work well on the iPad. It's a count, colour and catch Numberblocks game. https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/games/numberblocks-make-and-play
The next game ties into our theme where you have to count, match and order.
Please play the link below and sing along with Blodwen as she counts to ten in Welsh. Can you and your child carry on counting past ten? Hold up numbers 1-10. Can your child name them in Welsh?
Telephone/ face time chat
Keeping in touch with love ones and those who we are familiar with keeps us connected to the outside world. At these difficult times when we are told not to socialize it can be a lonely time. We all need to see the faces and hear loved ones voices. So pick up the phone to call someone dear to you and your children. It could also be done by writing a letter or by making a card for someone. How about setting up a play date with a best friend or cousin? Keep it short to start. Below is a short clip of Sesame Street characters Julia and Elmo having a face time playdate.
Can you name the identify the sound? Below I've added a listening game. Play the clip and guess! You can extend this game by going on a listening walk. What sounds can you hear? Can you name them? When I go on my daily walk I can hear Dexter the dog barking, cars, footsteps and the river. What do you hear? You can extend this further by remembering and drawing pictures of what you heard when you return home.
Collect some small sticks from a walk, find some toy building bricks and paper straws. Can you recreate the story of 'The Three Little Pigs' by building their homes around your toys?
Cofion oddiwrth Edwards a Povey xx