Hello and welcome to the Home Learning area for Primary 4. P4 work at First Level.
P4 Home Learning opportunities are posted on your P4 Seesaw Classroom. You can login to your Seesaw Classroom by clicking the link below or via the app.
You can also find links below to other great websites that can support your learning at home.
Free curriculum-focused independent learning packs with over 40 home learning activities all planned and all prepared!
Home to the original and free, Literacy Shed. Also includes extended free trials of the new Numeracy and Spelling Sheds.
A huge range of eBooks and eAudiobooks to borrow from live Argyll. Borrowbox is free to Argyll & Bute library members, you only need to have your A&B library card handy.
Home to thousands of free curriculum-mapped videos, arranged by age-group and subject.
Fun curriculum linked resources and videos to get children moving while they learn.
Engaging ideas and accompanying resources aligned with the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence.
With Scratch, you can program your own interactive stories, games, and animations.
Maths games, literacy games and parents' resources to support learning. Try 'Hit the Button'.
Joe Wicks offers free home workouts to everyone, no matter what their fitness levels, now he's taken on the role as the nation's PE teacher. Tune in Monday - Friday from 9am.
Every day at 10am, Glasgow Science Centre will be bringing a bit of science into your home. From creating a lava lamp to chain reactions and forces. The schedule is also on their website.
Calm focus, paying attention to what you're doing, taking your time, taking it easy — that's you being mindful!
This is our new 2020 Home Learning Guide. It contains information on supporting reading, spelling and numeracy at home.
This is a practical guide on how you can support your child's numeracy journey through First Level. You'll find useful hints and tips on numeracy approaches and links to external sites which can offer further advice and activities.
This is a practical guide on how you can support your child's literacy journey through Early Level. You'll find useful hints and tips on reading approaches and links to external sites which can offer further advice and activities.
This is a practical guide on how you can support your child's writing journey through First Level. You'll find useful hints and tips on writing approaches and links to external sites which can offer further advice and activities.
Support reading at home with a reading activity. Children may choose to play to their strengths one week and take on a more challenging activity the following week. The choice is entirely theirs.