LEARN FROM HOME OAK
(PLEASE GO TO SEESAW FOR FURTHER SUPPORT, activities AND TO UPLOAD WHAT YOU HAVE DONE)
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If you are well, please try to complete the following each day:
- 1 hr English
- 1 hr Maths
- 1 hr 30 mins other subjects
- 30 mins something active
Enjoy reading your favourite books. If you have a kindle, download some new books to enjoy. If you don't have a kindle you can download a kindle APP to use.
Reading SATs style questions. This powerpoint has over 100 SATs style questions organised into different types of questions and into different genres. Why not try one a day? It also tells you the answers so you can see how you did.
- Write a book review - What happened? What was the best bit? Who would you recommend this book to?
- Design a new front cover for your book
- Write an alternative ending
We are currently working on story writing. There will be activities on Seesaw but you could also try these:
- Write an alternative ending to Charlie and the Chocolate factory
- Rewrite Charlie and the Chocolate factory with yourself as the main character
- Write a poem about chocolate
This weeK we will be focusing on similes, metaphors and personification. How many examples can you think of?
Spelling Bee Honeycombs - practise your spellings
Our science topic is Earth and Space.
Science activities will be put on Seesaw after lessons but here are a couple to get you started:
- Make a poster about the planets of the Solar System
- Do some research into space travels and discoveries
White Rose Maths - we follow this scheme at school. They have daily lessons online here:
I will email out the accompanying worksheets
Other Maths Activities:
Mathletics - lots of activities and problem solving tasks
TT Rockstars - the battle is on!
15 for 15 - download and have a go at these
Code breaking activities:
Duolingo is a really good website for languages. Click here to see the wide range of languages they have on offer.
Our RE topic is What kind of king is Jesus?
RE activities will be put on Seesaw after lessons but here are a couple of ideas to get you started:
- Why is Jesus viewed as a King?
- What do religious buildings add to the idea of Jesus as a King?
Make sure that you are active each day. There are many exercises that you can do in your home and garden.
- Make your own obstacle course
- Practise a dance routine
- create a warmup routine
Get outside and enjoy your garden! This is a great opportunity to get gardening. It can be a really good workout! Can you grow some of your own food?