Dosbarth Cil-y-Coed: Blended Learning 22/01/21


Task 1: Reading 

Giglets – Read the books I have set for you.Complete the HOTS and Reading Test tasks.

Task 2: Spelling

Go onto ‘Spelling Shed’ and practise the spellings set for you.

We will continue to practice some tricky words from the year 2 and 3 spelling list. We will also look at tricky words from the year 3 and 4 collection. You can practise them by writing them down using multi coloured letters, try making them using flour on a tray, ICT or painting them.  You could even draw a mythical creature and write the words all around the edges or in the middle of its body!  Upload your ‘word art’ to Seesaw!

We will be looking at split sounds

o_e, i_e, a_e, e_e and u_e

Have a go at the link below to practise sounds.

Sound Sayer (

Task 3: Mental Maths

Keep practising times tables 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10s

Don’t forget to use the doubling tricks we have explored with 2s and 4s and 3s and 6s!

The link below is always one of our favourites which I know you are confident of using so have a go at doubles, halves and tables!

Hit the Button – Quick fire maths practice for 5-11 year olds (



We will be using a variety of methods to divide a teen number by 2, 3, 4 and 5 including sharing and using multiplication facts – If I Know 2 x 6 = 12 then I know 6 divided by 2 is 6

We will be using our skills of known fact families.

When dividing we will begin to recognise there may be remaining numbers from our calculations.

We will also be exploring a variety of graphs in preparation for creating our own using project work in coming weeks, so while you are at home, take a look at the following link:

Fun data handling games for children (


I will be continuing to read The Boy who Grew Dragons and will be setting questions to respond to the text.  We will be looking at a range of shape poems and will create our own using different models.  We will also begin to explore a variety of stories from Greek Mythology.


We will be exploring the traditions and symbolism relating to Eucharist.  ‘Where two or three are gathered together in my name, I am there among them (Matthew: 18:20)  On Sundays people of the parish family come together to share the Sacrament of the Eucharist.

We will be describing some of the ways the community prepares for the Mass, what happens and explore the words of Paul when he greeted the early Christian communities in his letter to Timothy (2 Timothy4: 22)  ‘The Lord be with your spirit, God’s grace be with you all.’

Research the liturgical elements of the gathering procession, Sign of the Cross and welcome.

You can present your work as a slide, poster or information leaflet.

Here is a link to a short video showing the Eucharist.

The Eucharist or Holy Communion – KS2 Religious Education – BBC Bitesize


We will be practising phrases to talk about what we like to do at different places we have visited to embed our skills .  The placemats will help you.

Beth wyt ti’n hoffi chwarae?      What do you like to play?

Dwi’n hoffi chwarae….                 I like to play….

Pam?                                               Why?

Achos mae…                                  because it’s…

I will also be uploading a welsh book for you to read at home.  Have a go!


Task 1: Science

Task 2: Well – Being

Create a thoughtful tree – Explore our feelings about our recent Lockdown and half term – Talk to a grown up in your family about what you find difficult, what you do to keep positive and activities you enjoy.  Let the tree blossom into thoughts and feelings about what you are looking forward to.

Continue to enjoy Joe Wicks sessions and Yoga for Kids.

(8) Yoga for Kids! – YouTube

Choose a day to go for a walk with your family.  Don’t forget!  Skin is waterproof, so wrap up warm and go hunting for puddles to jump in.

Task 3: Art

We will be exploring the work of a range of mythical creature artists eg:  Mark Todd/ Sara Finelli/Damien Hurst (Chatsworth House)

We will be looking at their techniques and creating our own images.

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