It’s Thursday and here are your activities to complete at home today! You are all working so hard, keep it up!
Spellings for this week: (they are same as last week, practise makes perfect!)
aggressive, exaggerate, sufficient, marvellous, attached, immediate, occupy, according, opportunity
Use this sheet to practise your spellings words – which word gives you the highest Scrabble score? Spelling Scrabble
Task 1: Can you find the correct place in the puzzle for each of the numbers? Big Numbers Puzzle
Task 2: Watch this video about dividing numbers by 10, 100 and 1000. https://vimeo.com/475824080
Then have a go at answering these questions. Dividing by 10, 100 and 1000.
Did you know that the film Charlie and the Chocolate factory started out as a book first? It was written by Roald Dahl.
Lots of your favourite films probably started out as books.
Can you find 10 films that were originally books first? Books and Films
Make sure you are completing your reading record everyday – we will check this when we’re back in school!
Your creature has escaped (again) and needs to be captured! Write a set of instructions about how to catch your creature, and this time keep them in captivity! Use this template to help you Instructions template
or use the template on Purple Mash.
Make sure you include:
- an introduction
- a list of what you will need
- numbered steps
- each step to use a bossy verb (put, grab, collect)
- a hint or tip to make your instructions successful!
Are you ready for a challenge?
Can you fill in answer for each letter of the alphabet? If you don’t know, look it up!
There are 2 challenge sheets to choose from! Use the template below or complete this activity on Purple Mash.
- Number 1: girls names and countries of the world Alphabet Challenge 1
- Number 2: boys names and dinosaur species Alphabet Challenge 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