Friday, 5 March 2021

Special Mentions - 5th March

 CONGRATULATIONS!

Well done to:

Sienna and Ben

You have both worked really hard and deserve this week's special mentions.


Watch: Special Mentions Assembly with Mr Watson

Thursday, 4 March 2021

Friday 5th March 2021

Bonjour Harrier Class, (bonjour means hello in French)

3 more sleeps to go and we will be back together in school!

Here are your tasks for your final home learning day!

Please send me your home learning work by emailing me at:

missjackson2020@carlton-in-snaith.n-yorks.sch.uk

Phonics

Phonics lesson: Set 3 sound ‘o-e’ - This sound will be uploaded at 9:30am, by Ruth Miskin. Please watch the speed sounds and then the spellings.

You will have 24 hours to watch it before the video is removed.

Phonics challenge: Can you use one of the words you have practised containing the special friend 'o-e' to write your own sentence?

You might want to have a look at 
Oxford Owl to support your child’s learning. If your child struggles with any of the sounds, please let me know so that I can support you. 

Reading
 

Mrs Bramley – Chips (comprehension)

For Miss Jackson's and Mrs Whaley's group this week I would like you to access an ebook from Oxford Owl. Please login and access the relevant book for your group. You will have to sign up to access the book but this is quick and free!

Miss Jackson – Red Ned (ebook)

Mrs Whaley – What's in the woods? (ebook)

Remember to read every day!
Have you accessed our new reading app 'Sora'?
 

Maths

Maths Challenge

Maths Challenge - Answers
1) 6cm
2) The egg is shorter than the ice lolly.
3) 6
4) 17

Topmarks game - Let's Compare

Topmarks game - Measuring in Centimetres

English 

Create your own persuasive text. This is a red book activity so remember to try your best! You can use your plans that you created yesterday. Don't forget your capital letters, finger spaces and full stops! What could you say that makes someone want to go to your chosen place?

Come to the...

Parents - please send me a photo of your child's fantastic work.

Wider Curriculum

PE

It is really important to warm up before we do PE to look after our bodies. You will feel a little warmer, you will feel out of breath and your heart will be beating faster.

Warm up:
1. Find a space and walk around. Remember to look forwards and to get those arms moving!
2. Carefully jog around your space. Try to jog in different directions so you're not dizzy!
3. Touch the floor and jump up to reach for the sky 10 times.
4. Now jog a little faster.
5. Hop on one leg 10 times and then swap legs.
6. Now jog even faster!
7. Do 20 star jumps.
8. Now run as fast as you can! Make sure you don't bump into anything... or anyone!

Activity: Balance the ball on the back of your bat and move around without dropping it. Don't forget you can just use a rolled up pair of socks and a frying pan. 
Now, how many times can you hit the ball with your bat without dropping it?

Cool down: Stretch up into the air and onto your tiptoes. Then breathe and relax. Stretch up again and relax another 5 times. Wiggle your legs. Wiggle your arms and wiggle all over!

Now put on your space helmet. Then your space suit. Put on your space boots and gloves. Now step into your rocket. Close the doors. Put on your seatbelt. Crouch to the floor and start the count down. 10, 9, 8, 7... BLAST OFF!

Forest School

Task: Create an outdoor reading space

Story Time 

The Bog Baby by Jeanne Willis - read by Miss Jackson

Take care and stay safe,

Miss Jackson

Wednesday, 3 March 2021

Thursday 4th March 2021

Hola Harrier Class, (hola mean hello in Spanish)

4 more sleeps to go and we will be back together in school!

Today is World Book Day!

Here are your home learning tasks for today.

Please send me your home learning work by emailing me at:

missjackson2020@carlton-in-snaith.n-yorks.sch.uk

Phonics 

Phonics lesson: Set 3 sound ‘i-e’ - This sound will be uploaded at 9:30am, by Ruth Miskin. Please watch the speed sounds and then the spellings.

You will have 24 hours to watch it before the video is removed.

Phonics challenge: Can you use one of the words you have practised containing the special friend 'i-e' to write your own sentence?

You might want to have a look at 
Oxford Owl to support your child’s learning. If your child struggles with any of the sounds, please let me know so that I can support you. 

World Book Day

I really enjoyed reading 'The Tiger Who Came To Tea' to you yesterday. Here are some fun activities for you to try

Remember to read every day! 
Have you accessed our new reading app 'Sora'?

Words and Pictures: Bringing Reading to Life event. The event will go live on World Book Day, Thursday 4th March at 10:30am and will last approximately 30 minutes.

Maths

Maths Challenge

 

Maths Challenge - Answers
1) 10cm
2) The bucket is taller than the cup.
3) 12
4) 9

Lesson – Subtracting length problems

Teaching Video

True or False (note: the second page is the answer)

Worksheet  

Answers  

English

Plan your own persuasive text. Have a look at the original text and think about the boastful and persuasive language that was used. Remember you want to make everyone in the world want to come! So, what can you say to make your place sound incredible? 

Things to think about:
Come to the...
Where is the event?
What is going to be there?
Why should someone come?

You are just making a plan and then you will be writing your own persuasive text tomorrow. You might want to draw and label some ideas or write a list of things for you to remember.

Wider Curriculum

PSHE at 1:30pm with Miss Jackson
Please make sure you have a sharp pencil and some paper with you.

History

We've been sent a letter!

Can you write back to Jane and tell her how different life is now?

Story Time 

Elmer by David McKee - read by Miss Jackson 

I love this book because it teaches us that it is great to be different. If we were all dull, grey elephants life would be very boring. At the beginning, Elmer thinks that being different is not okay but I really like how he learns that he is amazing just the way he is. I really love the pictures!

Have a think...
- What is your favourite book?
- Why is it your favourite book?
- Can you read your favourite book with your family?

Take care and stay safe,

Miss Jackson

Tuesday, 2 March 2021

Wednesday 3rd March 2021

Guten Tag Harrier Class, (guten tag means good day in German)

5 more sleeps to go and we will be back together in school!

Here are your home learning tasks for today.

Please send me your home learning work by emailing me at:

missjackson2020@carlton-in-snaith.n-yorks.sch.uk

Phonics

Phonics lesson: Set 3 sound ‘a-e’ - This sound will be uploaded at 9:30am, by Ruth Miskin. Please watch the speed sounds and then the spellings.

You will have 24 hours to watch it before the video is removed.

Phonics challenge: Can you use one of the words you have practised containing the special friend 'a-e' to write your own sentence?

You might want to have a look at 
Oxford Owl to support your child’s learning. If your child struggles with any of the sounds, please let me know so that I can support you. 

Reading

Mrs Bramley – Chips

For Miss Jackson's and Mrs Whaley's group this week I would like you to access an ebook from Oxford Owl. Please login and access the relevant book for your group. You will have to sign up to access the book but this is quick and free!

Miss Jackson – Red Ned (ebook)

Mrs Whaley – What's in the woods? (ebook)

Remember to read every day!
Have you accessed our new reading app 'Sora'?
 

Maths

Maths Challenge

Maths Challenge - Answers
1) 8cm
2) shorter
3) 33
4) fifteen

Lesson – Adding length problems

Teaching Video

True or False (note: the second page is the answer)

Worksheet

Answers  

English

You will notice that there are lots of exclamation marks in the original and our new class texts. Let's have a look at when to use them.

BBC - How to write exclamations

Can you write 2 or more sentences with an exclamation mark in them?

This time when you read our new class text think about using lots of expression. Can you perform our new class text to someone in your house? Don't forget your actions!

Come to the Carlton Primary Zoo!

Are you ever bored at the weekend? Do you need to get out and experience something new? Why not come and see a huge variety of exotic creatures in their excellent enclosures? Come to our magical zoo and enter a world of wildlife and wonder!

Listen to the loudest roars in the world!

Watch marvellous monkeys swinging upside down whilst eating delicious bananas!

Wonder at the unique and popular penguins!

Enjoy a delicious meal in the magnificent reptile restaurant!

If you are inspired by what you see, put on your exploring shoes and join us for a wild adventure.

So, what are you waiting for? Don’t delay! Book your tickets today.

Wider Curriculum

Please make sure that you have a pen and pencil for tomorrow's live lesson at 1:30pm.

Science

BBC - What should I do with my rubbish?

This week, can you help your adults to sort your rubbish?

Can you make a poster to inform and help others to know how important it is to sort our rubbish and to look after our planet?

Music

Listen to the song “Imperial March” by John Williams.

While you are listening, can you tell your grown up any of the instruments you can see being played?

Do you recognise the song from a film?

Now play the song again but this time, I want you to pretend you are a stormtrooper! Your job as a stormtrooper is to march in time with the pulse of the song. You might want to have a go at clapping the pulse first, to make sure you are in time with the music. Once you have found the pulse, march away stormtroopers! Good luck!

Extra challenge: Can you pick out any rhythms in the song?

Stay Active

Exercise for 20-30 minutes. Go for a walk, run around, dance or play football. Anything that makes your heart beat really fast!

Story Time

The Tiger Who Came To Tea by Judith Kerr - read by Miss Jackson

Take care and stay safe,

Miss Jackson

Monday, 1 March 2021

Tuesday 2nd March 2021

Merhaba Harrier Class, (merhaba means hello in Turkish)

6 more sleeps to go and we will be back together in school!

Here are your home learning tasks for today.

Please send me your home learning work by emailing me at:

missjackson2020@carlton-in-snaith.n-yorks.sch.uk

Phonics

Phonics lesson: Set 3 sound ‘oi’ - This sound will be uploaded at 9:30am, by Ruth Miskin. Please watch the speed sounds and then the spellings.

You will have 24 hours to watch it before the video is removed.

Phonics challenge: Can you use one of the words you have practised containing the special friend 'oi' to write your own sentence?

You might want to have a look at 
Oxford Owl to support your child’s learning. If your child struggles with any of the sounds, please let me know so that I can support you. 


Reading
 

Mrs Bramley – Chips

For Miss Jackson's and Mrs Whaley's group this week I would like you to access an ebook from Oxford Owl. Please login and access the relevant book for your group. You will have to sign up to access the book but this is quick and free!

Miss Jackson – A pet goldfish (ebook)

Mrs Whaley – Fun at night (ebook)

Remember to read every day!
Have you accessed our new reading app 'Sora'?
 

Maths

Maths Challenge

Maths Challenge - Answers
1) 5
2) the tree
3) 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 or 16
4) 18

Lesson – Measure length (2)

Teaching Video

True or False (note: the second page is the answer)

Worksheet  

Answers  

English

I loved reading some of your ideas yesterday! Don't worry if I haven't used your brilliant ideas. Keep them in your head and you can use them later this week!

Here is our new class text.... 

Come to the Carlton Primary Zoo!

Are you ever bored at the weekend? Do you need to get out and experience something new? Why not come and see a huge variety of exotic creatures in their excellent enclosures? Come to our magical zoo and enter a world of wildlife and wonder!

Listen to the loudest roars in the world!

Watch marvellous monkeys swinging upside down whilst eating delicious bananas!

Wonder at the unique and popular penguins!

Enjoy a delicious meal in the magnificent reptile restaurant!

If you are inspired by what you see, put on your exploring shoes and join us for a wild adventure.

So, what are you waiting for? Don’t delay! Book your tickets today.

Task: Can you change our class actions to fit our new text. 

Wider Curriculum

History

Now that we have been back in time, we are going to look at what Carlton has been like throughout history. Can you complete the activity and put the pictures in the correct order on the timeline?

Carlton Towers Timeline - Activity 
Carlton Towers Timeline - Answers

PE

Can you remember how to warm up? Can you create your own 5 minute warm up? Don't forget... you need to make your heart beat really fast and feel warmer than you did before you started! 

Try again to see how many times you can hit the ball with your bat. Remember this could be a rolled up pair of socks and a frying pan!

Extra challenge: See how many times you can hit the ball to another person and they can hit the ball back to you... without letting the ball touch the floor. You could try this with a balloon to make this a little easier.

Cool down: Stretch up into the air and onto your tiptoes. Then breathe and relax. Stretch up again and relax another 5 times. Wiggle your legs. Wiggle your arms and wiggle all over!

Now put on your space helmet. Then your space suit. Put on your space boots and gloves. Now step into your rocket. Close the doors. Put on your seatbelt. Crouch to the floor and start the count down. 10, 9, 8, 7... BLAST OFF!

Story Time 

Beegu by Alexis Deacon - read by Miss Jackson

Take care and stay safe,

Miss Jackson

Sunday, 28 February 2021

Monday 1st March 2021

Hello, Harrier Class!

7 more sleeps to go and we will be back together in school!

Here are your home learning tasks for today.

Please send me your home learning work by emailing me at:

missjackson2020@carlton-in-snaith.n-yorks.sch.uk

Phonics

Phonics lesson: Set 3 sound ‘ea’ - This sound will be uploaded at 9:30am, by Ruth Miskin. Please watch the speed sounds and then the spellings.

You will have 24 hours to watch it before the video is removed.

Phonics challenge: Can you use one of the words you have practised containing the special friend 'ea' to write your own sentence?

You might want to have a look at Oxford Owl to support your child’s learning. If your child struggles with any of the sounds, please let me know so that I can support you. 

Reading
 

Mrs Bramley – Chips

For Miss Jackson's and Mrs Whaley's group this week I would like you to access an ebook from Oxford Owl. Please login and access the relevant book for your group. You will have to sign up to access the book but this is quick and free!

Miss Jackson – A pet goldfish (ebook)

Mrs Whaley – Fun at night (ebook)

Remember to read every day!
Have you accessed our new reading app 'Sora'?

Maths

Maths Challenge 

Maths Challenge - Answers
1) 4
2) taller
3) 32
4) 13

Lesson – Introducing the ruler

Introducing the ruler (activity)

Find different objects and use a ruler to measure their length. You could write or draw a picture of the object and write the length of the object next to it. Which object is the longest?

If you don't have a ruler at home, you could make your own!

MyMaths task: (note: if you have lost your login details for MyMaths please email me!)

English

Look at our class text. You will notice that some words are now green and have been crossed out. Have a go at changing these words. I will then put our ideas together and create a new class text. Please send me these today so that I can prepare our new class text for tomorrow! You could challenge yourself and write out the whole text with your new ideas.

Here are some of our class ideas from this morning to help you. Come to the... museum, ice-cream van, jungle, safari, shop, park, North Pole, gym, farm, restaurant, moon, zoo or beach! You can choose one of these or think of your own.

Come to the Royal Ball!

Are you ever bored at the weekend? Do you need to get out and experience something new? Why not come and see royalty dancing elegantly in a grand ballroom? Come to Piccadilly Palace and enter a world of glitz and glamour!

Listen to the finest orchestra in the world!

Watch dainty feet gliding to the enchanting Viennese waltz!

Wonder at the unique stunning ball gowns!

Enjoy a delicious meal in the magnificent state room!

If you are inspired by what you see, put on your dancing shoes and join them for the final dance.

So, what are you waiting for? Don’t delay! Book your tickets today.    

Wider Curriculum

Science

Experiment - Fireworks in a glass

Stay Active

Exercise for 20-30 minutes. Go for a walk, run around, dance or play football. Anything that makes your heart beat really fast!

Jurassic Chase - Dinosaur PE Games

Story Time 

Where The Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak - read by Miss Jackson

Take care and stay safe,

Miss Jackson

Saturday, 27 February 2021

Special Mentions - 26th February

 CONGRATULATIONS!

Well done to:

 Louis and Rosalee 

You have both worked really hard and deserve this week's special mentions.


Watch: Special Mentions Assembly with Mr Watson

Thursday, 25 February 2021

Friday 26th February 2021

Bonjour Harrier Class, (bonjour means hello in French)

Here are your home learning tasks for today.

Please send me your home learning work by emailing me at:

missjackson2020@carlton-in-snaith.n-yorks.sch.uk

Phonics

Phonics lesson: Set 3 sound ‘ure’ - This sound will be uploaded at 9:30am, by Ruth Miskin. Please watch the speed sounds and then the spellings.

You will have 24 hours to watch it before the video is removed.

Phonics challenge: Can you use one of the words you have practised containing the special friend 'ure' to write your own sentence?

You might want to have a look at 
Oxford Owl to support your child’s learning. 
If your child struggles with any of the sounds, please let me know so that I can support you. 

Reading 

Today, we are focusing on comprehension. Please select the relevant group:

Mrs Bramley – 
Tug, Tug (comprehension questions on the final slide)

Miss Jackson – In the bath (comprehension questions on the final slide)

Mrs Whaley – The foolish witch (comprehension questions on the final two slides)

Remember to read every day!
Have you accessed our new reading app 'Sora'?

Maths

Maths Challenge

Maths Challenge - Answers
1) 8 cubes
2) =
3) 44
4) 12

Lesson – Measure length (1)

Teaching Video

True or False (note: the second page is the answer)

Worksheet  

Answers  

English

Can you remember our actions and create actions to the rest of our model text?

Come to the Royal Ball!

Are you ever bored at the weekend? Do you need to get out and experience something new? Why not come and see royalty dancing elegantly in a grand ballroom? Come to Piccadilly Palace and enter a world of glitz and glamour!!

Listen to the finest orchestra in the world!

Watch dainty feet gliding to the enchanting Viennese waltz!

Wonder at the unique stunning ball gowns!

Enjoy a delicious meal in the magnificent state room!

If you are inspired by what you see, put on your dancing shoes and join them for the final dance.

So, what are you waiting for? Don’t delay! Book your tickets today.

Boastful language
Have a look at the pink words in our model text. These words have been chosen to make the royal ball sound even better! In your best handwriting, write this sentence from our model text but I would like you to replace the boastful words.

'Enjoy a _______ meal in the _______ state room.'

Wider Curriculum

PE
It is really important to warm up before we do PE to look after our bodies. You will feel a little warmer, you will feel out of breath and your heart will be beating faster.

Warm up
1. Find a space and walk around. Remember to look forwards and to get those arms moving!
2. Carefully jog around your space. Try to jog in different directions so you're not dizzy!
3. Touch the floor and jump up to reach for the sky 10 times.
4. Now jog a little faster.
5. Hop on one leg 10 times and then swap legs.
6. Now jog even faster!
7. Do 20 star jumps.
8. Now run as fast as you can! Make sure you don't bump into anything... or anyone!

Activity
Find a ball, an orange or a rolled up pair of socks. Have a try using a bat or even the bottom of a frying pan and hitting your ball. See how many times you can hit the ball without letting it hit the floor.

Cool down
1. Walk around in a space.
2. Take a deep breath in and count to 3 and then breath out. Do this 5 times.
3. Reach up, onto your tiptoes and try to touch the sky. 
4. Gently give your arms a wiggle, your legs a wiggle and now wiggle all over!

Science

Think about the different materials that you have learned about... paper, metal, plastic, fabric or wood. Use these materials to create your own boat. Remember to test if your boat floats on water!


Story Time
 

Be Brave, Little Penguin by Rachel Elliot

Forest School
 (optional) 

Knots


Take care and stay safe,

Miss Jackson

Wednesday, 24 February 2021

Thursday 25th February 2021

Hola Harrier Class, (hola mean hello in Spanish)

Here are your home learning tasks for today.

Please send me your home learning work by emailing me at:

missjackson2020@carlton-in-snaith.n-yorks.sch.uk

Phonics

Phonics lesson: Set 3 sound ‘ear’ - This sound will be uploaded at 9:30am, by Ruth Miskin. Please watch the speed sounds and then the spellings.

You will have 24 hours to watch it before the video is removed.

Phonics challenge: Can you use one of the words you have practised containing the special friend 'ear' to write your own sentence?

You might want to have a look at 
Oxford Owl to support your child’s learning. If your child struggles with any of the sounds, please let me know so that I can support you.

English

Live lesson with Miss Jackson at 9:45am.

Reading 

Read your Story Green Words, Red Words and Speedy Green Words first and then try to read your story with lots of expression. Please select the relevant group:

Mrs Bramley – Tug, Tug

Miss Jackson – In the bath

Mrs Whaley – The foolish witch

Remember to read every day! 
Have you accessed our new reading app 'Sora'?

Maths

Maths Challenge

 

Maths Challenge - Answers
1) plane
2) 25
3) 46
4) 16

Lesson – Measuring lengths

- Measure length (activity)

After watching the video above, can you find some different objects in your home to measure. What are you going to use to measure with?

Wider Curriculum

History

Today you are going to go... back in time!

Music

Watch this video about rhythm. Have a go at clapping along with the song at the end.

Remember: rhythm is a pattern of sounds of different lengths across time. These sounds can be long or short and can be created by clapping, clicking, tapping, speaking or singing.

Now can you have a go at sounding out some of your own rhythms?

Stay Active

Exercise for 20-30 minutes. Go for a walk, run around, dance or play football. Anything that makes your heart beat really fast!

Cha Cha Slide

Story Time 

Too Much Glue by Jason Lifebvre


Stay safe,

Miss Jackson

Tuesday, 23 February 2021

Wednesday 24th February 2021

Guten Tag Harrier Class, (guten tag means good day in German)

Here are your home learning tasks for today.

Please send me your home learning work by emailing me at:

missjackson2020@carlton-in-snaith.n-yorks.sch.uk

Phonics

Phonics lesson: Set 3 sound ‘ire’ - This sound will be uploaded at 9:30am, by Ruth Miskin. Please watch the speed sounds and then the spellings.

You will have 24 hours to watch it before the video is removed.

Phonics challenge: Can you use one of the words you have practised containing the special friend 'ire' to write your own sentence?

You might want to have a look at 
Oxford Owl to support your child’s learning. If your child struggles with any of the sounds, please let me know so that I can support you. 

Remember to read every day!
Have you accessed our new reading app 'Sora'?

Maths

Maths Challenge

Maths Challenge - Answers
1) shorter
2) 25, 17, 9
3) 11
4) nineteen

Lesson – Compare lengths and heights

Teaching Video

True or False (note: the second page is the answer)

Worksheet

Answers

English
Today, we are going to have a look at our new class text. I would like you to internalise this text with your own actions. Tomorrow on our live lesson, I am going to test you to see how much you can remember and we can share some of our actions!

Come to the Royal Ball!

Are you ever bored at the weekend? Do you need to get out and experience something new? Why not come and see royalty dancing elegantly in a grand ballroom? Come to Piccadilly Palace and enter a world of glitz and glamour!!

Listen to the finest orchestra in the world!

Watch dainty feet gliding to the enchanting Viennese waltz!

Wonder at the unique stunning ball gowns!

Enjoy a delicious meal in the magnificent state room!

If you are inspired by what you see, put on your dancing shoes and join them for the final dance.

So, what are you waiting for? Don’t delay! Book your tickets today.

For our live lesson tomorrow (Thursday 25th February) - Please make sure you have a sharp pencil and some lined paper (pink homework books if possible).

Wider Curriculum

Science
Using different materials can you investigate which materials are absorbent?

Absorbent materials ppt.

PSHE

Friendships are really important. Today, we are going to look at what makes a good friend and how our actions can impact others.

Video - Who am I?


Stay Active
Exercise for 20-30 minutes. Go for a walk, run around, dance or play football. Anything that makes your heart beat really fast!

Go Noodle - Footloose

Story Time 

The Last Wolf by Mini Grey


Harrier Challenge

Final clue:


Take care and stay safe,

Miss Jackson