Welcome back everyone.
We hope you had a relaxing weekend.
Fingers crossed the sunshine appears soon!
We will be updating the blog with English, Maths and wider curriculum tasks every day at 9am.
If you haven’t finished all of the work in your learning packs which we sent home then feel free to continue with these.
Don’t forget, we don’t expect you to be doing school work all day, every day!
It’s important to take regular breaks, get outside and stay healthy (especially if the sun is shining).
If you can’t get outside, Joe Wicks is still doing his P.E. lessons on his Youtube channel every morning at 9am.
(Miss Lindop STILL hasn’t missed a single session since Joe began back in March)
Find them here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ
Remember you can also email any pictures of your work or questions you might have to us on email@example.com
We look forward to seeing your responses throughout the week.
Mrs Beckwith, Miss Lindop, Miss Barden and Miss Willmer.
Here are today’s tasks:
SUMMER READING CHALLENGE!
This is your reminder to sign up for the summer reading challenge. There will be some different tasks this week to help you with the challenge.
Remember, you don’t always have to read a book. It could be a newspaper, magazine, comic or even the back of a cereal box.
Follow the link to join in:
We want to see as many of you get involved and hopefully this year we can take first place.
Follow the link to the BBC bitesize lesson.
Watch the video and then have a go at activity 1 and 2
Watch this video and then answer the questions below.
- How many books are there in both the old and new testament?
- How many copies have been sold?
- What religion is the bible important to?
- Why do you think the adult bible could be complicated to use?
- Is the bible written in just one language?
What would you do?
Finished? Have a go at these activities too…
This week we’re changing the puzzles about. There will be no more riddles and spot the difference. Instead, we will have word searches and anagrams. Have a go at this word search. Answers will be revealed tomorrow.
Anagrams are when the letters of a word are all jumbled up and it’s your job to work out what it is meant to say.
So for example: ‘umpj’ would be ‘jump’.
Today there is a book theme. Can you work out what these anagrams are? The red letters spell out a bonus character from one of the books.
Answers will be revealed tomorrow.
Here’s today’s problem:
Have a go at this game – you can choose any of the sections but the spellings would be a good place to start.
This week, we will be carrying on with some of Charlotte’s web but some days we may have something a little bit different for you. Today we are continuing with Charlotte’s web.