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Hi Maple Class,

I hope you are having a lovely time at home, spending lots of time with your family and enjoying your time off. I understand this is a strange time at the moment, so I have put together some extra things that you could be doing at home. Don’t worry about completing it all, just work through it at your own pace.


A long side the pack, you can go onto accelerated maths and complete the questions. (This can be found on the same website as accelerated reading, with the same long in, just click on accelerated maths).

Keep going on Times Table Rockstars. You can send battles to your friends and work on your times tables at the same time.

As well as this you can go onto ‘Hit the Button’ where you can practice times tables and other quick maths facts.

ICT games is another website that you can go on for maths games to play.

Finally, you can go onto ‘White Rose Maths’, this is what we have been working on in school and each week a different set of maths is put up for you to work on, under the home learning section.


It would be nice if during your time off you could keep a diary of all the exciting things you have been doing. You could also include pictures of things that you have done.

ICT games is another website that you can go on for literacy games to play.

Still work through the grammar parts of your workbook.


Keep reading a range of books and completing your accelerated reading quizzes.


You could have a look at how the season is changing and look at the animals and bugs that you are now beginning to see. You could create a log of what you see in your gardens each day and see how through the week this changes as we get closer to summer.

You could then create a fact file about one of the animals or insects that you see and find out more information about them. Things like; where they live, what they eat etc.


I know some of you have been going on walks during the day, it would be nice if you could take some paper and pencils with you and draw what you see. You could also do some baking and make lots of yummy treats that you could share with the rest of your family.


Try to stay active, you can do this by going for walks with your family or watching Joe Wicks on YouTube every morning.

Don’t feel like you need to complete all of this, just complete as much of it as you want. I will be sending more ideas out weekly.

Please feel free to contact me through the class email with any questions about any of this or if you just want to say hi and tell me what you have been getting up to.

Stay safe, Miss Barrett.

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