Wonderful Wolves' Home Learning Tasks Monday 30th March 2020

Date: 30th Mar 2020 @ 8:36am

Monday 30th March 2020

Home Learning Tasks for The Wonderful Wolves


Good Morning everyone, I hope that you all have had a good weekend and that the clock changes haven’t confused you too much. I spent my weekend planting new seeds in my back garden, what lovely things did you get up to? Blog us to let us know.

Below are today’s activities – remember to use your blue books for all your recording.  


Phonics / GPS

In phonics we have been looking at the /ee/ sound. The spellings we have looked at are “e, ea, ee, and y”. You already knew the /ee/ spelling really well and picked up the others really quickly.

Can you think of 5 words with each of these spellings? What is the longest word you can think of? Remember if it has more than one syllable, split it up into it’s syllables to help you write it.

Collective Worship

Our collective worship value for today is LEARN can you learn the Lord’s Prayer.


Our topic this term is ‘Hullaballoo Zoo’, we have all enjoyed talking about our favourite animals and creating silly stories. Today I have a silly picture that I would like you to write silly sentences about. Hopefully the picture gives you all a good giggle.


If you can go outside find a ball and practice your throwing and catching. I know you are very good at catching and throwing because Miss Thurston and Mrs Hewitt have been teaching you this in PE.  If you need to stay inside, you could try this with a balloon instead or see how long you can balance it on your head.

See the source imageMathematics

We have recently been doing some work on height. We ordered the class from shortest to tallest – can you remember who was the tallest and who was the shortest? Who is the tallest and shortest in your family? Can you draw you all in your books?  Then with your grown-up can you spend some time looking around you home to find things that are shorter than you. Can you find something that is only just shorter than you and something that is a lot shorter than you? I know that at home my dogs are definitely a lot shorter than me.

See the source imageLunchtime

So many of you are always really proud at lunch time when you have tried something new. You love telling us all about this and explaining if you liked it or not. Can you try a new food at home? We’d like you to comment on the blog and tell us what you tried and if you liked it or not.

See the source imagePE

We have recently been trying and get better at different types of rolls in gymnastics. If it is safe to do so and you have the space teach the different rolls, we have learnt to the people at home. Remember we have looked at a pencil roll, log roll and tuck roll. How did the grown-ups do?



Can you draw pictures showing the different age stages of a human being?

We chose six different stages starting from a baby, can you remember the other stages?

What different stages do you have in your home? Can you draw these to?


Story time

See the source imageLast night my children and I went on CBeebies bedtime stories and watched “A Couch for Llamas”. We’ve never read this book before and we all loved it, especially when the Llama decided to eat the couch for his lunch!! Today for story time why don’t you listen to a story you’ve never heard before – or if you’d like to listen to ‘A Couch for Llama’ click the picture for the  link. I’d really like to hear which story you choose and what your favourite part was. Blog us and let us know.


Have a great day completing your activities with your grown-ups and make sure you check the blog tomorrow for your next list of exciting things to do at home.

We miss you all and please keep taking good care of yourselves x   

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Mrs Amy Hurst wrote:

Tyler choose to listen to my family is a zoo story and his favourite part was them all trying to fit in the car :)

Mrs Rose wrote:

Sounds like a funny story Tyler - I think my girls and I might try that one tonight.

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