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Week 7 Learning - February 22nd


Welsh Language​

Take a look at this week's welsh Helpwr Heddiw PowerPoint to learn the 'Bwyd' (food) words. 

We will be using these 'bwyd' words to practise the language patterns and questions we have learnt so far this year. ​ ​

Can you design a menu using some of the bwyd words from the PowerPoint?​ 



Have a look at the three handwriting and spelling sheets by clicking on the link below.

We would like you to complete the 'Days of the Week' handwriting sheet, but you may choose to have a go at some of the others too!​  ​

Additional Spelling Booklets and phonics – If you want more practise!​

Please see 'Spelling Practise' and 'Phonics Games / Activities' section 

Times Table Practice

Daily Practice


Story time

Click on the link to listen to the latest story read by one of your teachers!​

Amazing Virtual Library with Jaqueline Wilson



Join the class:

Water Cycle - 16938780

Clouds - 16840476


Monday 22nd February

Language, Literacy and Communication ​

Watch the Watery Video showing where you can find water and a variety of ways that we use water. Can you write a list of where you can find water? Some of these may be new to you, so watch the video as many times as you need, to help you. Remember to start a new line for each one or challenge yourself to use a comma to separate each place you can find water. Discuss the different ways that we use water. Complete the 'Water Uses' table to show how we use water in different places.​ 


Mathematical Development 

We use water every day. It can be measured in litres and millilitres.

Small amounts of liquid are measured in millilitres and larger amounts in litres.

Have a go at finding things that can be measured in litres and millilitres in your home.

Draw your findings on the Capacity 'Litres or Millilitres 'sheet.​ ​

Extra Challenge:​ 


Health and Well-being ​

Click on the link and have a look through the choice board activities.

Choose an activity to complete. Take a photo and send it on Seesaw!​ 


Tuesday 23rd February

Language, Literacy and Communication ​

How much water do you use? Is there anything that you can do to save water? ​

Watch our video showing our top ten tips for saving water. ​

Can you create your very own water saving promise?

What would you do to help save water at home and school? ​

You can ask an adult to help you record yourself saying it or even singing your promise.

Maybe you could write it down and create a beautiful poster! Make it as bright and attractive as possible.


Mathematical Development 

Now that we have thought about litres and millilitres,

Can you colour the different levels on measuring jugs?

You can use any colours that you choose.​

Extra Challenge:​ 


Humanities – Geography​

Find out all about different types of clouds by following this link: ​

Can you make your own 'Rain Cloud in a Jar' by following the instructions: 


WEDNESDAY 24th February

Language, Literacy and Communication ​

Have a look at the photograph of Elan Valley. ​

Discuss with someone at home how the photograph makes you feel. What do you think the buildings are used for? Draw or write down what you can see. Write a description of the picture using a variety of adjectives. Challenge yourself to include similes. E.g.The leaves are as bright as the sun​

What is an adjective? ​

What is a simile? 


Mathematical Development ​

Water Audit Engineers complete water audits and make suggestions as to ways schools and homes can save water. Imagine you are a Water Audit Engineer. Can you record how many times you flush the toilet, wash your hands, clean your teeth and drink water for one day? Use tally marks to help you record.​ ​

Extra challenge- Create a graph to show your results:​ 


Science and Technology​

Science and Technology​ ​

Rain is very important. Can you make a rain gauge and measure how much rain falls in your area?​

Record your results in the table:​ 


THURSDAY 25th February

Language, Literacy and Communication ​

We use water every single day and for many different reasons. Cleaning our teeth is just one of them.

Watch our 'Cleaning Teeth' video  and discuss it with someone at home / in school. ​

Can you write a set of instructions on how to clean your teeth? Watch the video as many times as you need...Don't forget to turn the tap off. Use the 'Cleaning Teeth' sheet to help or create your very own.​ 


Mathematical Development ​

Welsh Water Engineers work very hard all year round and in all types of weather.

Can you colour in our 'Welsh Water Engineer' by working out the addition and subtraction sums?​ ​

Extra Challenge:​ ​ 


Expressive Art​s

Can you make your very own rainstick?

Can you describe the sound your rainstick makes using musical elements.

These flash cards may help you: 


FRIDAY 26th February

Language, Literacy and Communication ​

We love Welsh Dwr (That’s welsh for water!). Watch the 'Love Dwr' video  

to find out why other people love Welsh water too!​

Can you create a poster to show why you love water? Imagine that you are a super saving water hero.

Include yourself, as a hero on your poster. Remember to include pictures and short sentences. 

Try to make it as bright and attractive as you can.​

How to make a poster:​ 


Mathematical Development ​

Welsh Water engineers come up against many challenges every day.

They use their mathematical skills to solve many problems.

Can you use your Mathematical skills to solve the problems on our 'Foundation Phase Challenge' cards?​ 


Health and Well-being ​

Join in with the Les Mills workout! Have fun moving to the music!​