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We are all so impressed at the super work and projects that our wonderful children and families are working on. As you can see from our posts so far there really are fantastic things going on across our households!
If you know of other families that are not receiving these updates via email please let them know that they can sign up for our email bulletins by visiting our school office page: https://muxtonprimary.org.uk/home/parents-area/office/newsletter/
Another great way to get updates on what is taking place across the country for learning at home is to follow our twitter page: @muxtonprimary You do not have to sign up to twitter to view our page (although now might be a good time).
Further resources that you may find helpful:
Minecraft has free education packages
The MathsFactor by Carol Voderman is now free and has explanatory videos to help you with those tricky concepts that perhaps are taught differently to when you first learnt Maths at school. 🙂
10 minute author writing challenge
http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/gamesactivities.html great science games on a wide range of topics
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/subjects/zcw76sg BBC bitesize history
https://www.tate.org.uk/kids/games-quizzes the Tate have some lovely online art tools
https://world-geography-games.com/ – Geography games
Of course we do not expect you to be using all of these links but we would rather give you more than less. If you have been keeping the reading going and having a go at some maths along with writing – now would be an interesting time for your child to keep a journal/diary/scrapbook. This would also negate the need for a screen.
For those families who are running out of printer ink you could keep the questions or tasks you are completing on the screen while your child either copies it down or answers the questions straight onto paper.
Please keep emailing us. We haven’t heard from everyone yet but would like to soon!
We also send our best wishes to you all and hope you’re keeping safe and well.