Good morning lovely people!
We hope you’re ready for another day of home learning tasks.
Well done everyone who has responded to any of the tasks so far.
Remember we are giving out virtual certificates on Thursday to those people who stand out!
If you are having a go at the tasks on paper or in books then do let us know what you’ve completed by commenting at the bottom of the page or emails us at email@example.com
Here are today’s tasks:
Have a look at this picture.
You need to write a story about this picture. Use these questions to help you think about a story you might write. Don’t just answer these questions. We want you to write a story.
- How many animals can you see on the ark? How many animals can you see in the water?
- List the animals you can see.
- What has happened here?
- Why is the boat sinking?
- Why were the animals (and the man) on the boat in the first place?
- What do you think is going to happen? How could the boat be stopped from sinking
We look forward to reading your stories!
Watch this video
What things would you find in an Anglo-Saxon farm?
What were Anglo-Saxon homes made from?
Why did the Anglo-Saxon’s live on farms like the one in the video?
Activity: Using the video to help you, draw and label your own Anglo-Saxon farm.
Finished all of that? Want something else to do?
This week we are going to be posting a riddle a day. The answers will be revealed the next day so you need to check each day to see if you got it right. Involve everybody you can and see who is correct!
Yesterday’s answer: Friday is the man’s horse!
Here is today’s riddle:
I am an odd number.
Take away a letter and I become even.
What am I?
Listen to the song below – you might have heard this one in the charts this week – and answer these questions as you listen.
- What instruments can you hear?
- What two words would you use to describe the song?
- What is the tempo (speed) like?
- What is the genre of this piece?
- Do you like this piece? Why? Why not?
Bella’s reading challenge:
Bella has set you all another challenge this week.
We can’t wait to see who completes it all!
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.