Complete Day 1 of this week's Maths Warm Up in your exercise book. See document above.
This week you have some maths activities based on fractions to complete. See the Maths Activities document above. The first page of the resource provides you with a quick recap on what you have learnt so far. Read this and then complete Monday's activity on Halves & Quarters.
For English read the story of The Hare and the Tortoise (see below) and answer the comprehension questions. Write the answers in your book if you don't have a printer.
Did it rain yesterday? Are there still some puddles on the path? Why not put your wellies on and have fun splashing in them today before they dry up?
Complete Day 2 of this week's Maths Warm Up in your exercise book. See document above.
See the Maths Activities document above for today's worksheet. The first page of the resource provides you with a quick recap on what you have learnt so far. Read this and then complete Tuesday's activity on Halves & Quarters.
Reread The Hare and the Tortoise, then use the cartoon template provided below to retell the tale. You should draw a picture in each box, thinking carefully about what might go in each. You could also write a sentence for each box.
Use the animals of the world worksheet to label the map of the world (below). Cut out the words and picture cards and stick them on the map. You could colour the land in green and the oceans in blue.
Fancy a game of catch today? Find someone to play with and if you don't have a ball why not try with a rolled up ball of scrap paper or newspaper.
Complete Day 3 of this week's Maths Warm Up in your exercise book. See document above.
See the Maths Activities document above for today's worksheet. The first page of the resource provides you with a quick recap on what you have learnt so far. Read this and then complete Wednesday's activity called Find the Fraction.
For English, use a second printout of the same cartoon template and choose two creatures from the Animals of the World worksheet and draw a new cartoon story about a race between them. Discuss with an adult how the animals might be different and who they would expect to win the race.
Use the Animal Classification cards to name and sort the animals into groups. You can match the name of the group, its description and three animals that belong in the group. Can you find more examples of animals for each group?
Why not offer to help a grown-up make tea tonight? Or if not why not surprise them by setting the table?
Complete Day 4 of this week's Maths Warm Up in your exercise book. See document above.
See the Maths Activities document above for today's worksheet. The first page of the resource provides you with a quick recap on what you have learnt so far. Read this and then complete Thursday's Fraction Challenges.
Now you have created your cartoon, use the fun writing paper below to write your story. Don't forget your capital letters and full stops!
Missing a friend? Why not write them a letter or draw them a picture? You could pop it through their letterbox when you're next out walking. You might make their day and they may even write back!
Complete the four calculations test. Let me know your results via Twitter!
Listen to the music from ‘The Carnival of the Animals’ by Camille Saint-Saëns. Can you guess which animal each part of the music represents? Can you make up a dance showing how that animal moves?
Write a fact file about their favourite animal. Find out:
• Where does it live?
• What does it eat?
• How does it look after its babies?
• Any interesting facts.
Now is a great time to try out a new hairstyle. Please don't use scissors but you could easily change your parting, brush it backwards to create spikes or if it's long try a different style of ponytail or have an attempt at plaiting it.
Marshlands Primary School,
Hall Road, Old Goole, Goole, East Riding of Yorkshire, DN14 5UE,
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