As this strange year comes to an end we wanted to say how proud we are of all of you for all of your resilience and hard work! We hope you have a lovely summer, stay safe and see you in September!
Miss Moore and Mrs Osmond
This week is our last week of English home learning. We decided to carry on with our poetry theme, but this week look at riddles. Miss Moore used to love making up riddles as clues for a treasure hunt when she was younger so hopefully by the end of the week you can use your knowledge of riddles to make your own treasure hunt!
This will be the last week that home learning will be uploaded before the holidays. This week will be a mixture of measurement (finishing off with litres and temperature) and then having another look at time. Try and give it 100% this week for our last week!
This week you will carry on with the theme of measurement, but with a focus on weighing and measuring liquids. Maybe try your hand at some baking and get measuring and weighing your ingredients!
Also we would love you to continue on with your 3 times tables. Practice makes perfect!
If you could go anywhere in the world right now where would you visit? Do you like going to theme parks or the beach? Or do you dream of a holiday to Disneyland? This week is all about you becoming a travel agent so when the world goes back to normal we can find out about some amazing places to visit!
This week, we would like you to explore the wonderful world of POETRY! Poetry can be a great way to write about your feelings or make you smile or even laugh. We hope you have fun this week exploring some different types of poems and writing your own.
This week we would like you to learn about shape! Each day there is a video to watch and then some questions to answer, so make sure you’re listening very carefully!
Day 5 Multiplication practice – try out some different times tables games on times table rockstars or on topmarks https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/7-11-years/times-tables
The challenge is to be able to recall any facts from the 2s, 5s or 10s!