Venus Class homework grid (see below) contains three fun activities that are linked to our termly topics. It is up to you and your child how many of these tasks you do and in which order.
The children love to share with their peers their home learning so please add pictures (if they fit) to their homework project book or add photos and/or videos to your child’s portfolio on Class Dojo.
Homework and Projects Summer Term 2 2023
Below you will find a bingo grid with homework projects related to our first topic in summer term 2:
‘All at Sea’.
- You can choose to complete the tasks in any order or adapt one.
- As before, how you present the information/finished work is up to you, if it is suitable you may like to put it in your project journal (A4). You may wish to take a photograph of something your child creates/finds or video your child and pop this on to Tapestry or Class Dojo.
We cannot wait to see your creations 😊
Can you make your favourite sea creatures?
This could be drawn, painted, created three dimensionally or as a cake/cakes!
Write about somewhere that you have been on holiday with your family? Where did you go? What did you do? If you have pictures or photos, you could include these as well.
Find a book about the sea, the seaside or pirates and read it with someone. Then tell us all about it. This could include:
Homework and Projects Spring Term 2 2023
Below you will find a bingo grid with homework projects related to this term’s topic in Spring Term
“A Ticket to Ride”
You can choose to complete the tasks in any order or adapt one.
As before, how you present the information/finished work is up to you, if it is suitable you may like to put it in your project journal (A4). You may wish to take a photograph of something your child creates and pop it on to Class Dojo.
We cannot wait to see your creations and will share them during Show and Tell Time.
Can your child find out at least 1 fact about space to share with the class?
There are lots of fun Space facts websites on the internet.
Challenge: Can your child draw a picture to represent this fact and label it or write a sentence?
Can your child design their own alien underpants?
Challenge: Can your child create repeated pattern under pants?
(I will place a pant template into the children’s project books)
Can your child create a vehicle of their choice three dimensionally?
This can be made from any materials you have at home.
Here are a few maths ideas. Your child can choose one or all these ideas.
To support subitising skill, counting, turn-taking, more/less than play a board game or create your own!
Go on a 2D shape hunt. Can your child name the shapes they have found and describe them, i.e., it has 3 straight sides and 3 corners.
Challenge: Can your children create a shape picture focussing on a mode of transport, i.e., car, train, bus…?