ASD Provision

Welcome to our ASD Provision

We are a twenty-four place ASD resourced provision for children with a diagnosis of autism. The children follow a sensory-enriched, individualised curriculum focusing on the development of flexible thinking, communication and social understanding. Through community access, living language and practical activities the children develop their academic and social skills, whilst following a broad and balanced curriculum in line with the mainstream school. Our classrooms are kept calm and highly structured with minimal stimuli, to promote positive attitudes and good behavior. Each classroom has quiet learning areas, specialised teaching staff and access to a sensory room.

Keep up to date with what we are learning. Download our latest Curriculum Newsletter in the links opposite.

 

2J

This week in 1J the children have taken part in British Science Week on the theme of Our Precious Planet. We carried out glitter experiments, looked for signs of spring and found out about different habitats.

2W

 

This week 2W have taken part in British Science Week  investigating how things change by adding a liquid and how to keep ourselves healthy by washing our hands. Cha!

2H

This week in school, we have been conducting Science experiment to test out chemical reactions using bicarbonate of soda and a balloon. Watch our videos to see what happened!

 

 

 

 

 

Home Learning

What an exciting time for home learning with this sunshine! The children of 2H have been very busy; camping in the gardens, making fire pits to toast marsh mallows, enjoying family time, completing Carol Vorderman’s maths, BBC bitesize, spelling shed and enjoying the outdoors. You are all doing fantastic!

Learning at Home:

We would love you to keep a diary/scrap book to show all your friends and teachers what you have been doing at home.   Help your child to write  3-5 sentences/ single words and adding photos or drawings of your daily activities.  We really look forward to sharing them in class with all your friends.

Please remember to log onto Spelling Shed, RM Easi maths, Timetables Rockstars each day.   We will continue to provide a weekly themed set of activities un till the end of the school Year for you to engage with at home.

Also have a look at other sections of the school website, such as the art and music pages for weekly updates or activity suggestions. 

You are my sunshine!

WB: 20/7/20

We wish you all a lovely, safe and fun summer holiday’s!

This term has been strange, uncertain and challenging at times but we are now in the process of  getting ready for a new academic year with lots of fun, engaging and new exciting activities for us all to share!

Take care,

Mrs Jamieson, Mrs Walsh, Mrs Hourihane -Jones and all the team

xx

As the summer holidays are approaching and Lock down rules are beginning to lift. This is the perfect time to spend quality family time together whether that is going on holiday, at your home  and garden  or exploring places to visit around England. Take lots of photographs, make memory books and get ready to share all your lovely family experiences.
sing, dance, play along and move to the song “you are my sunshine”
listen to stories all about sunshine and holidays.
 
 

Get creative and make a super sunshine picture, art collage. 

Paper plate crafts: how to make a sun    Paper Plate Sun + Sun Crafts for Kids - Crafts on Sea
 
 
You could make a sea side in a jar!
 
Below are some additional Home Learning packs for you to print and complete if you desire. 
 

This weeks theme is Family and friends around the world

WB: 13/7/20

There is no requirement that these must me done or how many of the activities you and your child have a go at together. 

These are ideas and a way to keep your child engaged in some learning/shared attention whilst at home.

 

English

 

 

Hotel-R | Best Hotel Deal Site
Friendship Activities | Celebrate Friendship with Fun Activities ...

Our friends and family theme is all about special people in our lives.  Some of our family and friends may live in a different country. Lets explore how to be a good friend to others and what we like our friends to do for us.

Watch and listen to Me Tumbles friends song.  What does Mr tumble like to do with his friends?  read a book?  cook?  Walk the dog?  We can do lots of things with friends and family.

My friend power point           how to be a goods friend          My friend worksheet     What I want in a friend?

 

Geography
Families Around the World Puzzle Set | World puzzle, Diversity in ...

Lets watch Barnaby Bear and see where he visits?  Barnaby Bear meets lots of friends and different families around the world.

Where am I on the map?       Families around the world     

     

SMSC

 

 

 

 

We are all different inmany different ways.  Lets explore and embrace ourselves and others.Can you make a list of all the great things you are super at then have a go at making a list about a family member. 

illustration of different family around the world Stock Photo - Alamy

We are all different – Venn Diagram      We are all inspirational      We are amazing!

6 Amazing Friendship Day Gifts & Card Ideas For Kids

Creative Time

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Can you paint, draw, colour a family portrait.

  share a family photo album and have a go at making a family tree which can be frames and become a Lock down 2020 memory  

David & Jonathan: I Can Love My Friends | Preschool craft ...         Family Handprints In Lockdown Personalised Framed Print

Make a paper hug to share with your family

Heart Shape Crafts & Activities for Preschool - No Time For Flash ... 
Being a good friend is all about saying and doing kind things.

Get creative for snack time and make happy teeth   

Friendship Theme for Preschool
 

Theme this week is growing.

WB: 6/7/2020

we apologies that the website was not working last week.  All technical faults have been fixed and work updated.

There is no requirement that these must me done or how many of the activities you and your child have a go at together. 

These are ideas and a way to keep your child engaged in some learning/shared attention whilst at home.

The Tiny Seed | Children's Books Wiki | Fandom

English

 

 

 

Listen, watch and join along with the story by Eric Carle ‘The tiny Seed’

This week we would like you to plant a tiny seed and begin to watch it grow.  You can write, record, draw a diary each day of what it looks like. 

You can have a go at designing your own seed packet.

Sunflower Diary     Sunflower life cycle        design a seed packet

Flower cut and stick activity

 

 

Maths

Measuring Flowers | Flower math, Spring math, Math concepts Farm Math and Literacy Centers (Freebies too) | Farm math ...Measuring Tame Flowers Stock Photo (Edit Now) 183999566
As the weather begins to brighten up again, we would like you to explore you garden, local park or families outside areas and have a go at using tape measures, rulers, and building blocks/lego to measure the length of different flowers.  Can you order them by height?  Can you find the difference between 2 flowers in cm?  Can you add all the flowers heights together? 
 
 

Creative Time

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hand Painted Vincent Van Gogh Sunflowers Painting Reproduction | Etsy

Van Gogh is famous for his painting of Sunflowers. Have go at painting your own pot of sunflowers – you can use, paint, crayons or pastels.

 

25 Van Gogh Inspired Art Projects for Kids | Sunflower crafts ... make a 3d collage using paper plates and card.
Fun Foods for Kids: Cute Cheesy Sunflowers! | Kids meals, Fun kids ... you can make a melon and grape sunflower for you snack!

 

For the next two weeks the theme is Food and Farming

WB:29/ 6/2020

we apologies that the website was not working last week. All technical faults have been fixed. 

There is no requirement that these must me done or how many of the activities you and your child have a go at together. 

These are ideas and a way to keep your child engaged in some learning/shared attention whilst at home.

 

English

 

 

 

Listen, watch and explore stories and songs all about farms and growing. Listen to Sams seed story and have a go at planting and growing a Mr Cress Head.  Can you keep a diary of what it looks like each day. 

Sams Seed Story      Growing cress heads     Growing carrots – Reading comprehension

cress heads using tights - Google Search | Earth day crafts ...

 

Down on the farm

Maths

UKS 2  greater than and less than

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Science

 

 

 

Growing plants song    What does a healthy plant need    

growing sequence    What do plants need activity sheet

UKS2 Where does my food come from?    UKS2 Food and farming information

 

Creative Time

 

 

Fruit and Vegetable Prints | Kids' Crafts | Fun Craft Ideas ...

 

 

 

 

 

 

For the next two weeks the theme is Food and Farming

WB: 22.6.2020

There is no requirement that these must me done or how many of the activities you and your child have a go at together. 

These are ideas and a way to keep your child engaged in some learning/shared attention whilst at home.

 

English

 

 

Paper Plate Roosters | Daycare crafts, Preschool crafts, Crafts

Listen, watch and explore stories and songs all about farm animals. 

watch Cbeebies Down on the farm episodes and make your own farm with farm buildings, enclosures for different animals and ponds for the ducks.

CBeebies: Down On The Farm Trail - YouTube

KS1 Literacy activities    unscramble the sentences     Activity booklet         

draw and label the tractor        name the farm animals

Down on the farm

Maths

Can you spot different animals when you are out and about on your daily exercise.  If you go for  a drive spot how many animals you can see in the farmers fields.

KS1 Maths activity booklet    Spot the farm animals – counting activity sheet    

Counting activity sheet 2

 

 Round to the nearest 10   Round to the nearest 100      The nearest 1000     Rounding to 10, 100, 1000    

National School Sports Week This week we would like you to join in with daily set activities lead by Mr Gallagher as part of NSSW. Each day a member of the sports team will show a demo video for you to watch and join in with.  

daily set tasks

 

Creative Time

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Collect and recycle cardboard boxes to make a junk box farm. Add buildings and enclosures.

Farmyard Sensory Small World Play - The Imagination TreeHave a go at making your own play dough animals to join your farm.

Image result for paper plate farm animalsGet crafty with paper plates to make cow, pigs and chicken masks.

 

Make some yummy pig pancakes for lunch.

Pig Pancakes/Waffles (With images) | Fun snacks, Fun kids food ...

 

 

This weeks theme is Woodland habitats

WB: 18.5.20

There is no requirement that these must me done or how many of the activities you and your child have a go at together. 

These are ideas and a way to keep your child engaged in some learning/shared attention whilst at home.

 

 

English

 

 

This week we would like you to listen to story ‘Don’t Hog the Hedgehog’ This is a story about Hattie the ?hedgehog and all her friends. 

Story Power point

Have a go at retelling the story in your own words. you can write this down or video for your teachers to watch on class DoJo’s.

Can you make a list of things that makes a good friend?

Hedgehog friends sheet  Character description sheet

Reading activity sheets  

Can you make a list of all Hattie’s friends in the story.  You Could make a squirrel collage with a bushy tail using leaves or handprints. A pine cone animal or maybe may be a hedgehog.

 

 

 

Maths

 

This week we would like you to have a go at collecting some data – count and record the different animals, birds or plants that you see. You could try different ways of sorting the things you see and find.  How many different coloured animals did you see? There are also some new counting and adding sheets

    

  garden birds checklist   Garden birds bar chart

  Treasure hunt  treasure hunt picture cards  I spy scavenger hunt

addition    3D paper animals

 

Science

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


This week we are looking at animals and their  woodland habitats.  Take a look a the power points below or research/find out about your  favourite animal/mini beast and their habitat. Go on a  woodland/park or spend time in your garden. Take photos or write down what you see.

Watch Cbeebies –Our Family – Maia’s Woodland Walk.

Go on a woodland walk or look in your garden – Use the scavenger hunt sheet or draw pictures or write a list of the wildlife you might see before you go … and then tick them off if you see them.

Make a woodland collection – you could use fallen leaves or pinecones for your art activities when you get home.

woodland habitat power point               woodland fact sheet for adults                         

Woodland word mat          Dress up as a woodland animal activity

Over half term we would like you to take part in our big bird watch.

Make some binoculars and go on a bird watching adventure.  

Watch BBC Bitesize – What are birds?     bird sighting checklist

all about birds writing activity   All about birds cut and colouring    Birds matching activity  

Computing

 

Computing – watch BBC Bitesize – How to make art on a computer and have a go making your own designs and pictures linked to your activities.

 

Creative Time

 

 

    

Can you make a retro buffet hedgehog?  Cut a pineapple, cheese cubes, grapes or whatever your favourites are put them on cocktail sticks and use tinfoil for the base. 

 

Make a bird feeder to encourage birds to your garden.

How to make a bird feeder     Bird feeder sheet

Get crafty!

You could make a yarn wrapped hedgehog using a pre cut paper plate.

A model clay/play dough with sticks hedgehog.

Have a go at the Chinese art of Origami!   Origami bird

 

 

 

This weeks theme is minibeasts and their habitats

WB: 11.5.20

 

 

English

 

This week we would like you to listen to stories by the author Eric Carle.  You can watch and listen on you tube or to the book if you have them. The Hungry Caterpillar, The Bad Tempered Ladybird and The Very Bust Spider. 

Have a go at retelling the story in your own words or making up your own mini beast story. You can send a video to your teacher on Class Dojo!

Mini beast sentence writing Mini beast cut and stick activity

Hungry Caterpillar matching activity    mini beast word search   

Reading comprehension set 1    Reading comprehension set 2

Maths

 

This week we would like you to think about shapes, patterns and symmetry. Do you know a butterfly has symmetrical wings!

2D spider shape  2d Ladybird sheet 2D Butterfly sheet  

finger painting butterfly symmetry     super symmetry sheet

Butterfly symmetry    Reflection symmetry  Reflection Symmetry Work sheet 2     Lines of symmetry

Butterfly addition to 20  counting mini beasts

Science

This week we are looking at animals and their habitats.  Take a look a the power points below or research/find out about your  favourite animal/mini beast and their habitat. Go on a mini beast hunt. Draw, take photos or write down what you see.

Watch Cbeebies – Mini beast Spotter, Mini beast Adventure with Jess

Watch BBC Bitesize – What are mini beasts?

Identifying mini beasts   What are mini beasts   Mini beast hunt    What am I? Mini beast game

Mini beast game

Come and See

Join us for a rosary on 15th May at  12 noon via Our Lady Queen of Martyrs website live stream. 
There will be prayers, songs and crowning of Our Lady.

 

Creative Time

 

 

Get crafty – Spider painting, paper plate bugs or painting stones as ladybirds. You could use vegetables to make prints.

Maybe make some play dough bugs or make some out of salt dough. (lots of easy recipes for dough on line – the sea lemon one is very simple).

Baking – spider muffins or iced ladybird biscuits.

Bugs love a bug hotel!  Have a go at making a bug hotel in your garden.

Build a bug hotel    bug hotel recording sheet   Mini beast challenge sheets

Get active and dance to the ants go marching… and there’s a worm at the bottom of the garden – there’s lots of mini beast music online

 

 

 

 

This weeks theme is Growing and changing

WB: 4.5.20

 

 

 

English

 

 

 

 

Watch Cbeebies –Andy’s baby animals. Down on the Farm – Radishes and Farmers. Can you name the baby animals and match them to their mother? Play with animal toys, sorting them into family groups.

Have a look a the power point below.

Growing up          All about growing up            picture sequencing

When you were born you needed lots of help from your family. Draw a picture and write a list of things a baby needs to feel safe and happy.  Think about what a baby eats and drinks and what they need to feel happy.

Ask you  parents to help you write a few sentences about things you liked to do when you were a baby.  

I liked to follow my dog in my walker and try and catch his tail!  Poor Ben the Dog!

What can you do now that is different to when you were first born?

Can you draw/sequence the life cycle of a person.

Maths Join in with songs about days of the week, seasons, months of the year -try to learn the days of the week/months of the year songs or rhymes.

days of the weekseasons linked to monthsmonths of the year

2,5,10 times table sheet        colour by numbers to 10

Colour by numbers to 20

 

Science

This week we are looking at life cycles and how things grow and change. Take a look a the power points below or research/find out about your  favourite animal.

Frog life cycle worksheet                          life cycle of a bee

                          Life cycle of a bird, amphibian and insect

On you walk see if you can find some flowers and think about the life cycle of a flower.

 

 

VE Day

 

 ‘Victory in Europe Day’ the unconditional surrender of Germany to the Allied Forces, the end of WW2 in Europe. This year marks the 75th Anniversary of VE Day and we would like you to complete some activities to mark the occasion.

Please read through the PowerPoint to learn more about this Historical event. Then could you choose some of the activities below to complete as part of your celebration.

VE Day Powerpoint

These are:

  • Design a Tea Cup                                              Tea cup
  • Design your own Bunting.
  • Design your own Flag with resources you have at home.
  • Design your own VE Day medal, using the sheet attached or design your own.  VE Day Medal
  • Imagine you are Winston Churchill, could you create your own speech that you would read to the Nation to celebrate the end of the War in Europe. There is a link to Churchill’s actual speech below

https://winstonchurchill.org/resources/speeches/1941-1945-war-leader/to-v-e-crowds/

Friday 8th May Activity- You could use your lovely creations and set up a mini party in your garden or home to celebrate VE Day. As this is the bank holiday no other activities will be set. Enjoy your party! Please post any pictures to our twitter @ololprimary we would love to see them!

Creative Time


 

Enjoy making a caterpillar salad for lunch.     

caterpillar salad

Make a drawing, painting, model or paper plate frog.

Make a lifecycle wheel.

Paint or make a collage butterfly

 

 

 

 

This weeks theme is Weather

WB 27.4.20

English

 

Watch ‘The let’s go club ‘ on Cbeebies– Facts about the weather.

Can you draw, match, list or describe different types of weather in the UK. You could have a go at making your own weather symbols.

Draw the weather    word to picture matching

Keep a weather diary and at the end of the week you can report your weather as a weather forecaster.

Keep a weather diary for a week

map of UK

Weather cards

Play a weather game at https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?q=weather

Maths Different types of weather. Can you count and identify different types of weather.

I spy to 10  I spy to 20

This week we would like you to have a go at data handling. You can play the games below and have a go at the different types of graphs and charts.

 

Online games            Block diagram worksheet

Data handling              pictograms

 

Science How do you measure the weather?

Have a look at the power point below and make some weather recording equipment.

How do you measure the weather?Record the weather

Make a rain gauge and measure how much rain falls each day this week.

 

 

Make a weather vane using a cup, pencil, straw and arrows.

 

Come and See Talk about, listen and share a special time that you have had with your family. Look at photographs of holidays and special celebrations.  Draw and write all about it.
Creative Time

 

WATCH THE OLOL STAFF CAN’T STOP THE FEELING – LOCKDOWN VIDEO!

https://t.co/4uOdxri280?amp=1

We loved making the video and hope it brings a smile to your face. Have a dance with us and enjoy!

Watch and listen to Mr tumble sing and sign the colours of the rainbow.  Have a go at learning some of the signs.  You can make a rainbow too.

Grow your own rainbow        Rainbow pasta lunch

Get active – listen and dance to  Storm, Rainy Day Fantasia. Make a rain shaker using a kitchen roll holder, split peas of rice and paper.

Get crafty – make a sunshine or umbrella collage or maybe a weather mobile

Experiment making different climates to explore climate change.

climate change power point  

Climate experiment

parental guidance

 

 

 

 

 

This week we are continuing with the theme of Space and Aliens

WB: 8.6.2020

There is no requirement that these must me done or how many of the activities you and your child have a go at together. 

These are ideas and a way to keep your child engaged in some learning/shared attention whilst at home.

World Oceans Day 
Monday 8th June
 Today is world oceans day. Have a look at the site below and join in with some of the activities.

https://worldoceanday.school

Aliens Love Underpants at The Old Rep Theatre 19 Apr 2019 - 20 Apr ...

 

English

Continuing with our Space theme,  we would like you to start the week    listening/reading the Story ” Aliens love underpants” by Clare Freedman. 

early writing activity      fine motor   

Picture matching           stick puppets – retell the story

 

book review      What are aliens ?      

Reading comprehension activities

Tim Peaks Reading activity differentiated levels

Apollo 13 reading activities    Neil Armstrong

Maths

 

    In the story,  the Aliens love underpants in all different shapes and sizes. This week you can think about shapes and patterns, design your own alien underpants, look at different sizes of objects using comparison language. you could make you own aliens and use a ruler or tape measure to measure them.  Below are some space and alien themed activities for you to have a go at.

5 little Aliens song and story     alien number bond activity

alien size ordering activity        countdown activity

     

   

Creative Time

 

 

 Get crafty 

Make and design a new pair of underpants for a play dough Alien

Design underpants for an alien     Aliens Love Panta Claus Play Dough      Aliens love Underpants pattern activity eyfs | Eyfs classroom ...

Design an alien activity      

You could make you own alien dessert                     

 

 

This weeks theme is Space  & Environmental Day Friday 5th June 2020

WB: 1.6.20

There is no requirement that these must me done or how many of the activities you and your child have a go at together. 

These are ideas and a way to keep your child engaged in some learning/shared attention whilst at home.

Image result for nasa

 

English

 

On Saturday we witnessed history in the making as NASA Launched Space X to the space station. This week we would like you to take a look at the activities on the below sites and choose some of the interactive activities  to complete with your child.

 

    

Planets and mask activitiesNasa @home learningNasa Activities

See the source image

 

Maths

 

Space themed maths activities     Space code breaker

Space crossword

 

 

 

    

    

     

 

Environmental Day ActivitiesImage result for recyclable art ideas

Image result for recyclable art ideas

Watch Cbeebies –Sing along with the 

Tee and MO 

Make poster to help people take care of our planet/recycle

Poster ideas     What is recycling?   Help our planet  Reading comprehension   

Share the Messy Magpie Story- Complete the worksheets.

The messy magpie     Messy Magpie activity sheet

 

Creative Time

 

 

 

Use recyclable materials to make a beautiful picture.

Recyclable Flower activity  

Get crafty- Make a junk model rocket/planet/ recycle wagon

Image result for Junk BOX Rocket           Image result for junk box rocket    Image result for cardboard box truck

Baking –star biscuits or make super juicy rocket lolly ices.

 

 

 

 

This weeks theme is Woodland habitats

WB: 18.5.20

There is no requirement that these must me done or how many of the activities you and your child have a go at together. 

These are ideas and a way to keep your child engaged in some learning/shared attention whilst at home.

 

 

English

 

 

This week we would like you to listen to story ‘Don’t Hog the Hedgehog’ This is a story about Hattie the ?hedgehog and all her friends. 

Story Power point

Have a go at retelling the story in your own words. you can write this down or video for your teachers to watch on class DoJo’s.

Can you make a list of things that makes a good friend?

Hedgehog friends sheet  Character description sheet

Reading activity sheets  

Can you make a list of all Hattie’s friends in the story.  You Could make a squirrel collage with a bushy tail using leaves or handprints. A pine cone animal or maybe may be a hedgehog.

 

 

 

Maths

 

This week we would like you to have a go at collecting some data – count and record the different animals, birds or plants that you see. You could try different ways of sorting the things you see and find.  How many different coloured animals did you see? There are also some new counting and adding sheets

    

  garden birds checklist   Garden birds bar chart

  Treasure hunt  treasure hunt picture cards  I spy scavenger hunt

addition    3D paper animals

 

Science

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


This week we are looking at animals and their  woodland habitats.  Take a look a the power points below or research/find out about your  favourite animal/mini beast and their habitat. Go on a  woodland/park or spend time in your garden. Take photos or write down what you see.

Watch Cbeebies –Our Family – Maia’s Woodland Walk.

Go on a woodland walk or look in your garden – Use the scavenger hunt sheet or draw pictures or write a list of the wildlife you might see before you go … and then tick them off if you see them.

Make a woodland collection – you could use fallen leaves or pinecones for your art activities when you get home.

woodland habitat power point               woodland fact sheet for adults                         

Woodland word mat          Dress up as a woodland animal activity

Over half term we would like you to take part in our big bird watch.

Make some binoculars and go on a bird watching adventure.  

Watch BBC Bitesize – What are birds?     bird sighting checklist

all about birds writing activity   All about birds cut and colouring    Birds matching activity  

Computing

 

Computing – watch BBC Bitesize – How to make art on a computer and have a go making your own designs and pictures linked to your activities.

 

Creative Time

 

 

    

Can you make a retro buffet hedgehog?  Cut a pineapple, cheese cubes, grapes or whatever your favourites are put them on cocktail sticks and use tinfoil for the base. 

 

Make a bird feeder to encourage birds to your garden.

How to make a bird feeder     Bird feeder sheet

Get crafty!

You could make a yarn wrapped hedgehog using a pre cut paper plate.

A model clay/play dough with sticks hedgehog.

Have a go at the Chinese art of Origami!   Origami bird

 

 

 

This weeks theme is minibeasts and their habitats

WB: 11.5.20

 

 

English

 

This week we would like you to listen to stories by the author Eric Carle.  You can watch and listen on you tube or to the book if you have them. The Hungry Caterpillar, The Bad Tempered Ladybird and The Very Bust Spider. 

Have a go at retelling the story in your own words or making up your own mini beast story. You can send a video to your teacher on Class Dojo!

Mini beast sentence writing Mini beast cut and stick activity

Hungry Caterpillar matching activity    mini beast word search   

Reading comprehension set 1    Reading comprehension set 2

Maths

 

This week we would like you to think about shapes, patterns and symmetry. Do you know a butterfly has symmetrical wings!

2D spider shape  2d Ladybird sheet 2D Butterfly sheet  

finger painting butterfly symmetry     super symmetry sheet

Butterfly symmetry    Reflection symmetry  Reflection Symmetry Work sheet 2     Lines of symmetry

Butterfly addition to 20  counting mini beasts

Science

This week we are looking at animals and their habitats.  Take a look a the power points below or research/find out about your  favourite animal/mini beast and their habitat. Go on a mini beast hunt. Draw, take photos or write down what you see.

Watch Cbeebies – Mini beast Spotter, Mini beast Adventure with Jess

Watch BBC Bitesize – What are mini beasts?

Identifying mini beasts   What are mini beasts   Mini beast hunt    What am I? Mini beast game

Mini beast game

Come and See

Join us for a rosary on 15th May at  12 noon via Our Lady Queen of Martyrs website live stream. 
There will be prayers, songs and crowning of Our Lady.

 

Creative Time

 

 

Get crafty – Spider painting, paper plate bugs or painting stones as ladybirds. You could use vegetables to make prints.

Maybe make some play dough bugs or make some out of salt dough. (lots of easy recipes for dough on line – the sea lemon one is very simple).

Baking – spider muffins or iced ladybird biscuits.

Bugs love a bug hotel!  Have a go at making a bug hotel in your garden.

Build a bug hotel    bug hotel recording sheet   Mini beast challenge sheets

Get active and dance to the ants go marching… and there’s a worm at the bottom of the garden – there’s lots of mini beast music online

 

 

 

 

This weeks theme is Growing and changing

WB: 4.5.20

 

 

 

English

 

 

 

 

Watch Cbeebies –Andy’s baby animals. Down on the Farm – Radishes and Farmers. Can you name the baby animals and match them to their mother? Play with animal toys, sorting them into family groups.

Have a look a the power point below.

Growing up          All about growing up            picture sequencing

When you were born you needed lots of help from your family. Draw a picture and write a list of things a baby needs to feel safe and happy.  Think about what a baby eats and drinks and what they need to feel happy.

Ask you  parents to help you write a few sentences about things you liked to do when you were a baby.  

I liked to follow my dog in my walker and try and catch his tail!  Poor Ben the Dog!

What can you do now that is different to when you were first born?

Can you draw/sequence the life cycle of a person.

Maths Join in with songs about days of the week, seasons, months of the year -try to learn the days of the week/months of the year songs or rhymes.

days of the weekseasons linked to monthsmonths of the year

2,5,10 times table sheet        colour by numbers to 10

Colour by numbers to 20

 

Science

This week we are looking at life cycles and how things grow and change. Take a look a the power points below or research/find out about your  favourite animal.

Frog life cycle worksheet                          life cycle of a bee

                          Life cycle of a bird, amphibian and insect

On you walk see if you can find some flowers and think about the life cycle of a flower.

 

 

VE Day

 

 ‘Victory in Europe Day’ the unconditional surrender of Germany to the Allied Forces, the end of WW2 in Europe. This year marks the 75th Anniversary of VE Day and we would like you to complete some activities to mark the occasion.

Please read through the PowerPoint to learn more about this Historical event. Then could you choose some of the activities below to complete as part of your celebration.

VE Day Powerpoint

These are:

  • Design a Tea Cup                                              Tea cup
  • Design your own Bunting.
  • Design your own Flag with resources you have at home.
  • Design your own VE Day medal, using the sheet attached or design your own.  VE Day Medal
  • Imagine you are Winston Churchill, could you create your own speech that you would read to the Nation to celebrate the end of the War in Europe. There is a link to Churchill’s actual speech below

https://winstonchurchill.org/resources/speeches/1941-1945-war-leader/to-v-e-crowds/

Friday 8th May Activity- You could use your lovely creations and set up a mini party in your garden or home to celebrate VE Day. As this is the bank holiday no other activities will be set. Enjoy your party! Please post any pictures to our twitter @ololprimary we would love to see them!

Creative Time


 

Enjoy making a caterpillar salad for lunch.     

caterpillar salad

Make a drawing, painting, model or paper plate frog.

Make a lifecycle wheel.

Paint or make a collage butterfly

 

 

 

 

This weeks theme is Weather

WB 27.4.20

English

 

Watch ‘The let’s go club ‘ on Cbeebies– Facts about the weather.

Can you draw, match, list or describe different types of weather in the UK. You could have a go at making your own weather symbols.

Draw the weather    word to picture matching

Keep a weather diary and at the end of the week you can report your weather as a weather forecaster.

Keep a weather diary for a week

map of UK

Weather cards

Play a weather game at https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?q=weather

Maths Different types of weather. Can you count and identify different types of weather.

I spy to 10  I spy to 20

This week we would like you to have a go at data handling. You can play the games below and have a go at the different types of graphs and charts.

 

Online games            Block diagram worksheet

Data handling              pictograms

 

Science How do you measure the weather?

Have a look at the power point below and make some weather recording equipment.

How do you measure the weather?Record the weather

Make a rain gauge and measure how much rain falls each day this week.

 

 

Make a weather vane using a cup, pencil, straw and arrows.

 

Come and See Talk about, listen and share a special time that you have had with your family. Look at photographs of holidays and special celebrations.  Draw and write all about it.
Creative Time

 

WATCH THE OLOL STAFF CAN’T STOP THE FEELING – LOCKDOWN VIDEO!

https://t.co/4uOdxri280?amp=1

We loved making the video and hope it brings a smile to your face. Have a dance with us and enjoy!

Watch and listen to Mr tumble sing and sign the colours of the rainbow.  Have a go at learning some of the signs.  You can make a rainbow too.

Grow your own rainbow        Rainbow pasta lunch

Get active – listen and dance to  Storm, Rainy Day Fantasia. Make a rain shaker using a kitchen roll holder, split peas of rice and paper.

Get crafty – make a sunshine or umbrella collage or maybe a weather mobile

Experiment making different climates to explore climate change.

climate change power point  

Climate experiment

parental guidance

 

 

 

 

Learning at Home:

We would love you to keep a diary/scrap book to show all your friends and teachers what you have been doing at home.   Help your child to write  3-5 sentences/ single words and adding photos or drawings of your daily activities.  We really look forward to sharing them in class with all your friends.

Please remember to log onto Spelling Shed, RM Easi maths, Timetables Rockstars each day.   We will continue to provide a weekly themed set of activities un till the end of the school Year for you to engage with at home.

Also have a look at other sections of the school website, such as the art and music pages for weekly updates or activity suggestions. 

This week the theme is Healthy Living

WB: 15.6.2020

There is no requirement that these must me done or how many of the activities you and your child have a go at together. 

These are ideas and a way to keep your child engaged in some learning/shared attention whilst at home.

 

English

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Healthy Eating – Kids Growing Strong

 

 

 

 

Watch and listen to Mr Tumbles Stay Healthy story and song.  Have a dance along with Mr Tumble and see if you can learn some of the sign language for different types of food.

Listen to the story ‘The Carrot club’      

Carrot Couple Stock Illustrations – 444 Carrot Couple Stock ...Carrot club – What Am I   activity        Lunch box differentiated sheets  

Make a healthy lunch box activity        Vegetable word search   

What  we eat fall into different types of food categories.  Can you name them before you watch the You Tube information story below.

You Tube video – Healthy eating

Food matching activity                                   Food pyramid activity     

 

Follow the instructions and have a go at writing your own to make frozen raspberry ice lollies.

Raspberry ice lollies        

40+ Homemade Popsicle Recipes - How to Make Easy Ice Pops

FULL SIZE Felt Banana Pretend Fruit Play Food Montessori Toys ...

Maths

This week we would like you to pretend you are a greengrocer and set up a market stall in your home. Can you write prices on the fruit and vegetables on display and add them together to see how much the shopping bill will come too?

Food sorting activity

KS2 How to round numbers        Round to the nearest 10     Nearest 10

Round to the nearest 100      The nearest 1000     Rounding to 10, 100, 1000     rounding to… mosaic colouring sheet

Get Active! Why do we need to exercise? 

Joe Wicks explains    PE Home fitness activity cards     8 minute workout challenges

Fill in a fitness diary and send it to your teacher on DoJo!

 

Join Mrs Gallagher on Facebook/YouTube for a super Yoga session.

Creative Time

 As part of our Healthy Living themed week we would like you to try something new outdoors  as a family.

Try something new outdoors       

Get creative – make some super hero vegetables, you can print lovely vegetable pictures

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Enjoy making and eating lovely colourful fruit and vegetable kebabs for lunch.

 

 

This week we are continuing with the theme of Space and Aliens

WB: 8.6.2020

There is no requirement that these must me done or how many of the activities you and your child have a go at together. 

These are ideas and a way to keep your child engaged in some learning/shared attention whilst at home.

World Oceans Day 
Monday 8th June
 Today is world oceans day. Have a look at the site below and join in with some of the activities.

https://worldoceanday.school

Aliens Love Underpants at The Old Rep Theatre 19 Apr 2019 - 20 Apr ...

 

English

Continuing with our Space theme,  we would like you to start the week    listening/reading the Story ” Aliens love underpants” by Clare Freedman. 

early writing activity      fine motor   

Picture matching           stick puppets – retell the story

 

book review      What are aliens ?      

Reading comprehension activities

Tim Peaks Reading activity differentiated levels

Apollo 13 reading activities    Neil Armstrong

Maths

 

    In the story,  the Aliens love underpants in all different shapes and sizes. This week you can think about shapes and patterns, design your own alien underpants, look at different sizes of objects using comparison language. you could make you own aliens and use a ruler or tape measure to measure them.  Below are some space and alien themed activities for you to have a go at.

5 little Aliens song and story     alien number bond activity

alien size ordering activity        countdown activity

     

   

Creative Time

 

 

 Get crafty 

Make and design a new pair of underpants for a play dough Alien

Design underpants for an alien     Aliens Love Panta Claus Play Dough      Aliens love Underpants pattern activity eyfs | Eyfs classroom ...

Design an alien activity      

You could make you own alien dessert                     

 

 

This weeks theme is Space  & Environmental Day Friday 5th June 2020

WB: 1.6.20

There is no requirement that these must me done or how many of the activities you and your child have a go at together. 

These are ideas and a way to keep your child engaged in some learning/shared attention whilst at home.

Image result for nasa

 

English

 

On Saturday we witnessed history in the making as NASA Launched Space X to the space station. This week we would like you to take a look at the activities on the below sites and choose some of the interactive activities  to complete with your child.

 

    

Planets and mask activitiesNasa @home learningNasa Activities

See the source image

 

Maths

 

Space themed maths activities     Space code breaker

Space crossword

 

 

 

    

    

     

 

Environmental Day ActivitiesImage result for recyclable art ideas

Image result for recyclable art ideas

Watch Cbeebies –Sing along with the 

Tee and MO 

Make poster to help people take care of our planet/recycle

Poster ideas     What is recycling?   Help our planet  Reading comprehension   

Share the Messy Magpie Story- Complete the worksheets.

The messy magpie     Messy Magpie activity sheet

 

Creative Time

 

 

 

Use recyclable materials to make a beautiful picture.

Recyclable Flower activity  

Get crafty- Make a junk model rocket/planet/ recycle wagon

Image result for Junk BOX Rocket           Image result for junk box rocket    Image result for cardboard box truck

Baking –star biscuits or make super juicy rocket lolly ices.

 

 

 

 

This weeks theme is Woodland habitats

WB: 18.5.20

There is no requirement that these must me done or how many of the activities you and your child have a go at together. 

These are ideas and a way to keep your child engaged in some learning/shared attention whilst at home.

 

 

English

 

 

This week we would like you to listen to story ‘Don’t Hog the Hedgehog’ This is a story about Hattie the ?hedgehog and all her friends. 

Story Power point

Have a go at retelling the story in your own words. you can write this down or video for your teachers to watch on class DoJo’s.

Can you make a list of things that makes a good friend?

Hedgehog friends sheet  Character description sheet

Reading activity sheets  

Can you make a list of all Hattie’s friends in the story.  You Could make a squirrel collage with a bushy tail using leaves or handprints. A pine cone animal or maybe may be a hedgehog.

 

 

 

Maths

 

This week we would like you to have a go at collecting some data – count and record the different animals, birds or plants that you see. You could try different ways of sorting the things you see and find.  How many different coloured animals did you see? There are also some new counting and adding sheets

    

  garden birds checklist   Garden birds bar chart

  Treasure hunt  treasure hunt picture cards  I spy scavenger hunt

addition    3D paper animals

 

Science

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


This week we are looking at animals and their  woodland habitats.  Take a look a the power points below or research/find out about your  favourite animal/mini beast and their habitat. Go on a  woodland/park or spend time in your garden. Take photos or write down what you see.

Watch Cbeebies –Our Family – Maia’s Woodland Walk.

Go on a woodland walk or look in your garden – Use the scavenger hunt sheet or draw pictures or write a list of the wildlife you might see before you go … and then tick them off if you see them.

Make a woodland collection – you could use fallen leaves or pinecones for your art activities when you get home.

woodland habitat power point               woodland fact sheet for adults                         

Woodland word mat          Dress up as a woodland animal activity

Over half term we would like you to take part in our big bird watch.

Make some binoculars and go on a bird watching adventure.  

Watch BBC Bitesize – What are birds?     bird sighting checklist

all about birds writing activity   All about birds cut and colouring    Birds matching activity  

Computing

 

Computing – watch BBC Bitesize – How to make art on a computer and have a go making your own designs and pictures linked to your activities.

 

Creative Time

 

 

    

Can you make a retro buffet hedgehog?  Cut a pineapple, cheese cubes, grapes or whatever your favourites are put them on cocktail sticks and use tinfoil for the base. 

 

Make a bird feeder to encourage birds to your garden.

How to make a bird feeder     Bird feeder sheet

Get crafty!

You could make a yarn wrapped hedgehog using a pre cut paper plate.

A model clay/play dough with sticks hedgehog.

Have a go at the Chinese art of Origami!   Origami bird

 

 

 

This weeks theme is minibeasts and their habitats

WB: 11.5.20

 

 

English

 

This week we would like you to listen to stories by the author Eric Carle.  You can watch and listen on you tube or to the book if you have them. The Hungry Caterpillar, The Bad Tempered Ladybird and The Very Bust Spider. 

Have a go at retelling the story in your own words or making up your own mini beast story. You can send a video to your teacher on Class Dojo!

Mini beast sentence writing Mini beast cut and stick activity

Hungry Caterpillar matching activity    mini beast word search   

Reading comprehension set 1    Reading comprehension set 2

Maths

 

This week we would like you to think about shapes, patterns and symmetry. Do you know a butterfly has symmetrical wings!

2D spider shape  2d Ladybird sheet 2D Butterfly sheet  

finger painting butterfly symmetry     super symmetry sheet

Butterfly symmetry    Reflection symmetry  Reflection Symmetry Work sheet 2     Lines of symmetry

Butterfly addition to 20  counting mini beasts

Science

This week we are looking at animals and their habitats.  Take a look a the power points below or research/find out about your  favourite animal/mini beast and their habitat. Go on a mini beast hunt. Draw, take photos or write down what you see.

Watch Cbeebies – Mini beast Spotter, Mini beast Adventure with Jess

Watch BBC Bitesize – What are mini beasts?

Identifying mini beasts   What are mini beasts   Mini beast hunt    What am I? Mini beast game

Mini beast game

Come and See

Join us for a rosary on 15th May at  12 noon via Our Lady Queen of Martyrs website live stream. 
There will be prayers, songs and crowning of Our Lady.

 

Creative Time

 

 

Get crafty – Spider painting, paper plate bugs or painting stones as ladybirds. You could use vegetables to make prints.

Maybe make some play dough bugs or make some out of salt dough. (lots of easy recipes for dough on line – the sea lemon one is very simple).

Baking – spider muffins or iced ladybird biscuits.

Bugs love a bug hotel!  Have a go at making a bug hotel in your garden.

Build a bug hotel    bug hotel recording sheet   Mini beast challenge sheets

Get active and dance to the ants go marching… and there’s a worm at the bottom of the garden – there’s lots of mini beast music online

 

 

 

 

This weeks theme is Growing and changing

WB: 4.5.20

 

 

 

English

 

 

 

 

Watch Cbeebies –Andy’s baby animals. Down on the Farm – Radishes and Farmers. Can you name the baby animals and match them to their mother? Play with animal toys, sorting them into family groups.

Have a look a the power point below.

Growing up          All about growing up            picture sequencing

When you were born you needed lots of help from your family. Draw a picture and write a list of things a baby needs to feel safe and happy.  Think about what a baby eats and drinks and what they need to feel happy.

Ask you  parents to help you write a few sentences about things you liked to do when you were a baby.  

I liked to follow my dog in my walker and try and catch his tail!  Poor Ben the Dog!

What can you do now that is different to when you were first born?

Can you draw/sequence the life cycle of a person.

Maths Join in with songs about days of the week, seasons, months of the year -try to learn the days of the week/months of the year songs or rhymes.

days of the weekseasons linked to monthsmonths of the year

2,5,10 times table sheet        colour by numbers to 10

Colour by numbers to 20

 

Science

This week we are looking at life cycles and how things grow and change. Take a look a the power points below or research/find out about your  favourite animal.

Frog life cycle worksheet                          life cycle of a bee

                          Life cycle of a bird, amphibian and insect

On you walk see if you can find some flowers and think about the life cycle of a flower.

 

 

VE Day

 

 ‘Victory in Europe Day’ the unconditional surrender of Germany to the Allied Forces, the end of WW2 in Europe. This year marks the 75th Anniversary of VE Day and we would like you to complete some activities to mark the occasion.

Please read through the PowerPoint to learn more about this Historical event. Then could you choose some of the activities below to complete as part of your celebration.

VE Day Powerpoint

These are:

  • Design a Tea Cup                                              Tea cup
  • Design your own Bunting.
  • Design your own Flag with resources you have at home.
  • Design your own VE Day medal, using the sheet attached or design your own.  VE Day Medal
  • Imagine you are Winston Churchill, could you create your own speech that you would read to the Nation to celebrate the end of the War in Europe. There is a link to Churchill’s actual speech below

https://winstonchurchill.org/resources/speeches/1941-1945-war-leader/to-v-e-crowds/

Friday 8th May Activity- You could use your lovely creations and set up a mini party in your garden or home to celebrate VE Day. As this is the bank holiday no other activities will be set. Enjoy your party! Please post any pictures to our twitter @ololprimary we would love to see them!

Creative Time


 

Enjoy making a caterpillar salad for lunch.     

caterpillar salad

Make a drawing, painting, model or paper plate frog.

Make a lifecycle wheel.

Paint or make a collage butterfly

 

 

 

 

This weeks theme is Weather

WB 27.4.20

English

 

Watch ‘The let’s go club ‘ on Cbeebies– Facts about the weather.

Can you draw, match, list or describe different types of weather in the UK. You could have a go at making your own weather symbols.

Draw the weather    word to picture matching

Keep a weather diary and at the end of the week you can report your weather as a weather forecaster.

Keep a weather diary for a week

map of UK

Weather cards

Play a weather game at https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?q=weather

Maths Different types of weather. Can you count and identify different types of weather.

I spy to 10  I spy to 20

This week we would like you to have a go at data handling. You can play the games below and have a go at the different types of graphs and charts.

 

Online games            Block diagram worksheet

Data handling              pictograms

 

Science How do you measure the weather?

Have a look at the power point below and make some weather recording equipment.

How do you measure the weather?Record the weather

Make a rain gauge and measure how much rain falls each day this week.

 

 

Make a weather vane using a cup, pencil, straw and arrows.

 

Come and See Talk about, listen and share a special time that you have had with your family. Look at photographs of holidays and special celebrations.  Draw and write all about it.
Creative Time

 

WATCH THE OLOL STAFF CAN’T STOP THE FEELING – LOCKDOWN VIDEO!

https://t.co/4uOdxri280?amp=1

We loved making the video and hope it brings a smile to your face. Have a dance with us and enjoy!

Watch and listen to Mr tumble sing and sign the colours of the rainbow.  Have a go at learning some of the signs.  You can make a rainbow too.

Grow your own rainbow        Rainbow pasta lunch

Get active – listen and dance to  Storm, Rainy Day Fantasia. Make a rain shaker using a kitchen roll holder, split peas of rice and paper.

Get crafty – make a sunshine or umbrella collage or maybe a weather mobile

Experiment making different climates to explore climate change.

climate change power point  

Climate experiment

parental guidance

 

 

 

 

Home Learning : SPRING IS HERE

Click on the link below to give you lots of lovely stories, activities and learning tasks you can do as a family around the theme Spring.

Home Learning ideas and activities 30th – 3rd April

HOME LEARNING

Please find below a letter from each class with a number of suggestions for activities that can be completed during this period of home learning.  There are also a number of links at the bottom of the page which you may find useful.

Home Learning Letter 2W

home educating letter 1J

home educating letter 2H

Science Experiments

The Royal Institution: ExpeRimental

The Royal Institution have produced short films to enable parents to do science experiments at home which are fun, easy and cheap to do. Why not try some of these out?

The Royal Institution ExpeRimental

 

Our Lady of Lourdes

Catholic Primary School

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