Tuesday 2nd June
Hello Maize class,
I hope you enjoyed creating shadow pictures yesterday in the beautiful sunshine. For today’s challenge going along with the art theme, I would like you to create a piece of abstract art. Again you may use a variety of resources and materials (paint, collage, crayons, felt tips etc).
Please see photos below for inspiration.
I look forward to seeing your beautiful pieces.
Monday 1st June
Today’s challenge is a fun one and using this amazing weather we are having. I would like you to draw round a shadow. It could be a person, some toys, a tree, anything you like really! You could also use a range of resources- chalk, paint, crayons.
Have fun ☀️
Monday 1st June
Hello Maize Class,
I hope you all had a lovely half-term enjoying the glorious sunshine.
I would like to introduce myself I am Mrs Bosher and I am back at Milton. Although times are a bit different, I look forward to seeing some of you from a distance in school. I look forward to hopefully getting to know you all well from September. In the meantime Mrs Loftus will be doing an amazing job teaching you all.
I have really enjoyed looking through your pictures of all the lovely work and activities you are doing at home. I continue to look forward to seeing more of the fabulous work you all do.
Love Mrs Bosher
Maize Home Learning Week beginning 1st June 2020
One of Max's ducks built a nest in the school grounds. Mr White discovered 8 baby ducklings there with their mother
To our lovely children and parents of Maize Class,
Thank you so much for our beautiful cards and gifts. We were both amazed and touched by your kindness. Sadly it is now our time to leave but what a fantastic time we have had teaching you this year. We particularly enjoyed singing all the songs at our Nativity at Christmas and the shared fun on our family learning morning. Even with all the straw and glue! We both feel so sad we aren’t able to say a proper farewell to you all, but we hope we will bump into you at some time in the future. With the very best wishes to you all and with love,
Mrs Smith and Mrs Shean xxx
Dear Maize Class,
Next week is the half term holiday so we will not be setting any work, but we would love you to keep doing some reading everyday.
After half term, Mrs Bosher will take over from us, but Mrs Shean and I will continue to look at all your learning on the website. Thank you for working so hard in Maize Class. We are so proud of you all and we will miss you so much!
Take care and keep safe.
Love from Mrs Smith and Mrs Shean xxx
3D shape search
Designing a safari park
Numbering safari park animals
Checking the crops
Monday 18th May 2020
Good morning Maize Class! This week we are off on safari, hopefully you’ll be able to have lots of fun doing our zoo animal activities. We look forward to seeing your photos!
love from Mrs Shean x
Home learning 18th May 2020
A great story map
Lists of farm animals
Wednesday 13th May 2020
Good morning marvellous Maize Class,
Today I would like you to read the story of ‘The Little Red Hen’. If you haven’t got a copy, watch a version on Youtube.
Then I would like you to draw a story map. It could look like this one. If you can, send me a photo of it to put on the website.
Monday 11th May 2020
Good morning Maize Class! 🌾
I hope you all enjoyed your weekend, we had some lovely sunshine and lots of cake on VE Day. Two of my favourite things!
This week we will be looking at farm animals. If you live on or near a farm perhaps you can share your learning and email photos.
Love from Mrs Shean
Home learning 11th May 2020
Farm animal homes powerpoint
Good morning marvellous Maize Class!
I hope you are all well and managing to do lots of reading.
If you have run out of things to read, register for free to read some e-books:
Enjoy! Best wishes from Mrs Smith.
Writing about hedgehogs
List of wild animals
Monday 4th May 2020
Good morning Maize-ettes!
I hope you had a lovely weekend. This week we are looking at British wildlife. I wonder if you have spotted any wildlife when out walking or in your garden? On Sunday my children found a nest of ducklings while walking near our home, they were very fluffy and very sweet!
Missing you all,
Love from Mrs Shean x
Week beginning 4th May 2020
What was the weather like in April?
At the Vets
List of minibeasts
Playing a board game
Phonics Lessons now available from 27th March!
At the vets
St George's Day flags good enough to eat!
Vet role play
Writing a list of pets
Practising ball skills
Welcome to Term 5!
This may be useful for reading and writing ideas.
Reading at Home
Acts of Kindness Calendar and booklets.
Posters to thank the NHS.
Looking for signs of Spring.
Timetable of activities for the week beginning 30th March
Why don't you start collecting junk so you can make a robot like this?
Why don't you make some Easter cards for your family and friends?
Making a cake.
Cutting out numbers to 20 for a bingo game.
Making play dough is a great idea!
Singing along to 'Song of Sounds'.
Practising letter formation.
Writing sentences using our red tricky words.
Well done for completing the poem!
Enjoying a healthy snack in a den
Measuring is fun!
Adding in Slovakia.
Have you done any adding yet?
Did you enjoy hunting for minibeasts?
Have you made your rainbow picture yet to go in your window?
Painting amazing pictures.
Playing numbers to 20 bingo.
Writing CVC words
Making a number line to 20.
Fun at home making popcorn.
Busy at home painting rainbow pictures. They look beautiful!
At school today, keyworker children made Lego rainbows and we talked about how seeing a rainbow helped us all feel safe and hopeful.
Best wishes, Mrs Shean 🌈
21st March 2020
Please find this free link a useful tool to support reading at home.
Keep in touch with your home learning including any photos so we can upload them here and share our learning. You can email me email@example.com. Please put in the subject Maize class. It’ll be a great way to keep in touch during this time.
This week at home me and my children have made binoculars to look for garden birds!