Condover C.E. Primary School, Condover, Shrewsbury. SY5 7AA

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Condover CE Primary School

Ocean Class Weekly Home Learning Project Page.

 

Click here to view the class gallery of home learning that has been sent in

This page will be updated weekly with ideas and tasks that you could complete with your child.

 

 

Useful Links for Home Learning

Useful Links and Websites for Home Learning

David Walliams – Elevenses

The World of David Walliams is releasing an audio story from the World's Worst Children every day for the next 30 days. Keep the children busy with these daily audio treats, perfect for tea and biscuit breaks. 

https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

Joe Wicks Daily Workout

PE with Joe Wicks every day, Monday to Friday at 9am. Live on YouTube 'The Body Coach TV'. 30 minutes workout class for children of all ages... teenagers and adults can get involved too. Have fun and inspire each other.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ 

 

Easter Holidays – Weeks commencing 6th & 13th April

Click here to see a fantastic document that will enable you to take virtual tours.

Easter Ideas

Easter egg hunt with clues around the garden

Easter baking – chocolate Easter nests, hot cross buns, rice krispy Easter eggs

Make an Easter card

Make an Easter cross using natural fabrics / materials

Make an Easter bonnet

Make an Easter garden

Paint an Easter egg – this could be a real egg!

Make a salt dough Easter egg

Make a paper mache Easter egg

Make an Easter garland

Egg and spoon races

Create / sing an Easter song

Write an Easter prayer

 

Spring Ideas

Look for signs of spring

Grow some beans, cress, sunflowers

Use a broccoli to paint tree blossom

Paint a flower pot

Create a spring lamb picture using cotton wool balls

Make a bird’s nest from wool and yarn or natural materials

Make / paint daffodils

Create a vase of paper flowers

Explore symmetry by creating a symmetrical butterfly – Dragonfly class enjoy putting drops of paint on one side of an A4 piece of paper and folding it together. They are always amazed by the patterns created when opened. Then cutting the shape of a butterfly. This is just one way of creating a butterfly.

Bird watching – use or create your own bird identification chart

 

We are aware that some of these suggestions require additional resources, ONLY use these ideas if you have the resources at home please do not feel the need to leave your house.

 

The Imagination Tree is a great website to support learning and explore ideas.

www.theimaginationtree.com

 

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