Joe Wicks’ YouTube channel (click here!) has lots of brilliant activities. All of his ‘PE with Joe’ videos from the first lockdown are on there, plus he has filmed ‘Kids Workouts to do at Home’ more recently. From Monday, he will also be doing live workouts every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9am, so tune in to wake up, shake up and start the day with some fun.
Remember a little bit of exercise each day is good for your mind as well as your body and will leave you ready for learning!
Winter Watch Live Webcams
Why not spend some time up close with nature. Click the link here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/events/eqwz3d/live/cbmj3d to watch the live 'Winter Watch' webcams?
RSPB National Garden Birdwatching Survey
The RSPB's annual garden birdwatching survey is due to take place between the 29th and 31st January. Why don't you join in. Mrs (& Mr) Evans will be participating. It only takes one hour and is simple to do. You record the maximum number of the individual bird species in your garden (or park) at any one time. E.g if you have 3 starlings and then later in the hour have just 2, you would record it as 3. Registration is free and easy. A bird identification sheet and recording form is provided after registration. To register see the weblink here: https://www.rspb.org.uk/get-involved/activities/birdwatch/
Starting on Monday 11th January, each week day on CBBC, three hours of primary school programming will start from 9am. This will include BBC Live Lessons and BBC Bitesize Daily, as well as other educational programming such as 'Our School' and 'Celebrity Supply Teacher' and much loved titles such as 'Horrible Histories', 'Art Ninja' and 'Operation Ouch'.
Whilst we don't recommend you spend the entire morning watching TV(!), it's a good idea to have a little brain break and to watch some of these programmes that interest you or record them to watch at lunch time or after school time.