Hello, I hope that you are all well and keeping yourselves busy. It was wonderful to speak to you all last week. Thank you for taking the time to talk to me and tell me all about what you have been doing. I would also like to thank parents for lovely telephone conversations, you really were so upbeat and positive and I also enjoyed speaking to you and hearing your feedback about the learning.
It sounds as though you have all been finding fun things to do in your spare time such as bike rides, building a treehouse, making a den in the garden, setting up a paddling pool (pretending to be on the beach!) and nature walks.
I felt very inspired after speaking to you all, thank you and I look forward to catching up again this week. In the meantime, I have attached your learning for this week. I am only a phone call away if you need any support with this or have any questions, always happy to help.
Year 4. Have a go at this week's spellings. You can also practise them whilst improving your handwriting. Complete the word search as an extra challenge if you wish!
Year 5. Have a go at this week's spellings. You can also practise them whilst improving your handwriting. Complete the word search as an extra challenge if you wish!
Your reading for the next couple of weeks is Wind in the Willows. I have sent you the link below which will take you to the internet where you can listen to the audio book version. I have also attached the script for this week's reading, section 1. Enjoy!
Please answer the questions below based on what you have read/listened to.
Write a diary entry about how you are feeling being at home, remember to include:
How/where you are completing your learning
Who is helping you
Fun activities you have done in your spare time, such as a bike ride
Write about your dream day once all the shops, museums, arcades etc are open again.
Where will you go?
Who will you go with?
Explain what your day will involve.
As part of your science topic 'Living things and their habitats', find out about the following mammals. You can design how you present your facts.
Here are some tasks similar to those you have enjoyed completing:
YEAR 4 MATHS:
YEAR 5 MATHS:
This week your focus for R.E is to write a prayer.
Using just two basic materials, a pack of memo notes and a pen, this is a straightforward demonstration of how to create an apparently moving image through a very basic but easily accessible animation technique. A repeated image with slight alterations to each frame drawn on the following memo notes creates a moving image, scene or character which could be adapted to any theme, story or topic. Combined with static objects such as model cars, a drawn animated character can be made to move across the scene with some realism. A basic technology-free introduction to animation and the moving image.
Click on this link to see how to make it:
HERE ARE SOME EXTRA CHALLENGES FOR YOU TO TRY IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO: