Holiday Check Up

Getting plenty of rest and having time for relaxation are important strategies to help us stay healthy and to be switched on for learning. We have had a great first term and have earned a rest over the holidays.

However, there may be some students who will need some help filling their days. Some ideas could include:

* read to someone
* check out the Maths posts below for some worksheets & games to reinforce making numbers and addition
* do some of the activities on Studyladder
* write a recount about something fun you get to do (remember to think of interesting OPENERS and to use lots of CONNECTORS)
* practice your writing & typing by making a comment on a post – remember to use capital letters, PUNCTUATION and correct spelling

Here are a few more sheets that could be printed:
Oxford Wordlist



Adding Ten

part part whole blank copy

I look forward to some messages about what you have been doing on the holidays.

3 thoughts on “Holiday Check Up

  1. Thanks Miss M, those all look like great ideas!
    I hope you are having a rest too!

  2. Yesterday my family went to the Enchanted Adventure Garden in Arthurs Seat. There was lots of things to do like sliding down a hill in a tube, finding little statues in the hedge maze, getting scared in the spooky 3D indoor maze and having a good time in the bush scramble (which is a obstacle course) It was so much fun!!!

  3. That sounds like a great place to visit on the holidays Brodie. Thanks for posting – that was a really well typed comment 🙂

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