Write a diary entry about your first two days of home learning on paper or in a book/diary.
Remember all of the key features that you would need to include when writing a diary.
Once you’ve finished your diary, in the comments make a list of some of the things you’ve included.
Here is your maths challenge for the day:
Once you think you have the answer, tell us in the comments!
Don’t forget, you also have maths work in your home learning packs!
Have a look at the pictures.
Think about the forces that are used in each one.
Can you sort them into push and pull forces?
Write your answers in the comments.
Finished all of that? Want something else to do?
Remember your numbers 0-10 in Spanish? Have a go at saying them out loud. If you’re struggling to remember them here is the video we used to learn them:
British Sign Language:
Every day at 1pm, Natasha and her sister will be teaching the nation some British Sign Language on Youtube.
They started on Monday, so you might want to catch up on that video before you join in today.
Follow this link to find her Youtube channel and click on her video’s called ‘Learn Beginners British Sign Language’
BSL is an important skill that you may need to use one day, even if it is just the basics.
Want to do some reading but have read all of your books at home?
No problem! Listening to a story is just as good as reading one.
As you listen to the story think about these questions:
Is this a happy story? Or a sad story? Why?
What do you give to your friends and family to show them you love them?
What do they give you?