We hope you had a lovely weekend! Here are some activities for you to complete at home today:
Here’s a little something to get your brain warmed up this morning!
bought, thought, brought, fought, rough, enough, tough, cough, although, dough
Group 2 and 3:
The noun ends with ‘ce’ and the verb ends with ‘se’!
Advice, advise, device, devise, licence, license, practice, practise
Practise your spellings using LCSWC today.
Task 1: How many questions can you do today? Start with the Bronze, move to Silver and then complete Gold, if you’re feeling like a challenge. Send us your answers and we’ll let you know how many you got correct!
Task 2: You are going to start learning about this percentages and decimals week. Today you are going to focus on understanding what a percentage is. Watch the video using this link: https://vimeo.com/428001381
Complete the activity:
You are going to begin reading a new book called ‘The Lost Myth of Mathos’.
Today we would like you to read Chapter 1 and complete the online quiz. This has been set as a 2Do on Purple Mash for you.
Task 1: In Chapter 1 of The Lost Myth of Mathos, there was a torrential storm. Write a list of all the sights and sounds you would experience in a storm. Can you think of some similes or metaphors to describe the thunder, rain and lightning? Use your ideas to create an amazing poem about a storm. Use the template on Purple Mash. This is a 2Do for you to complete today.
Make sure you take regular work breaks! There is the body Coach – P.E. with Joe at 9 a.m.
We are going to set you a project for the week, focused around the theme of ‘The Ocean and its wildlife’.
- Choose an animal a day, do some research about it and choose a way to present it (a fact file, poster, information text, leaflet etc)
- Aim to include an image of your animal, and include a caption in each piece of work.
- Suggested animals to research (or you can think of some of your own) :
- Blue whale
- Whale shark
- Manta Ray
- Lion’s Mane Jelly Fish
- Spider Crab
- Leatherback Turtle
- Rockhopper Penguin
- Coconut Octopus
- What kind of animal is it?
- Describe its appearance
- Where does it live?
- What does it eat? How does it catch/get its food?
- Include an interesting fact or 2!
Keep in touch – remember any work you have completed can be emailed to us to be marked. This can be typed work or a photo.
Mrs Samways and Miss Castell