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The children have been working on a variety of activities linked to the rainforest whilst at home- I have even been sent this powerpoint!
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Well what can I say? As we move through the second week of 'home schooling' I am so pleased and so proud of the work my children are completing.
I am blown away by the interesting facts they have been finding and exciting ways that they have been presenting their work. Most importantly they have been sharing with me the ways they are taking care of their well being as well- lots of walks, baking, new crafts. I miss them lots but with Seesaw we are never far apart.
Here is a selection of the past weeks working and other activities.
So we are now on the second day of homeschooling for most children.
I am so pleased to show you the kinds of things my wonderful class have been up to.
They have been given a grid with a variety of activities they can pick and choose to work through. Its so nice to see them adding their own uniqueness to their work.
I chose the subject Rainforest to base all their work around to make it as varied and exciting as I could for the children in my class.
On Thursday we were lucky enough to have a Maths teacher from Felixstowe Academy come in to do a roadshow with us.
This involved lots of problems solving work with a partner, the children were very resilient and didn't give up whilst doing the activities. Lots of logical thinking and ordering took place to solve puzzles and problems of varying kinds.
Well- isn't the time flying by?
We started off the first few days of term looking at our class values- 'dedicated', 'committed' and 'ready for a challenge'.
So we thought why not prove we are indeed, ready for a challenge and so we had the task of building a structure which would hold a tablet/ Ipad for 10 seconds without collapsing. The children only had sellotape and 10 sheets of newspaper to take up the challenge with.
Apart from showing that they were definitely ready for a challenge, committed to the task and dedicated, they also proved how well they could work as a team.
Mrs Imlach and the hard working children of Simmonds