Week beginning: 18th May 2020
The children have a Maths and English task set daily and one Topic, Science and Spellings task which can be completed at any point over the week. Please scroll down to find the weekly activities at the bottom of this page.
Encourage your child to read daily and complete their reading record.
Have a look at: Have a look at ‘Dindy and the Elephant’ by Elizabeth Laird on BBC Bitesize:
If you would like to access stage books online, please go to:
https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page and use the login details that have been emailed to you.
See attached sheet – focus – silent letters
Angles and Turns – see Power point - Turns and angles
Complete one or both of the sheets - Spin to Win and/or Right angles as degrees of turn
Challenge – See sheet – Turns and angles
Task 4: Imagine It
Introduction to coordinates: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zgthvcw/articles/z96k9qt
Complete sheet(s) – Zoo coordinates – 3 different levels.
Task 5: Create it
Play the activity – Show the coordinates:
See Purple Mash for activity set – Coordinates – log in to complete your task
See Purple Mash for activity set – Water words – log in to complete your task
Can you create a water poem? There’s some template attachments to choose from if you wish, or do your own on the computer or in your exercise book.
Symmetry – see Power point
Complete sheet – Investigating lines of symmetry
(Properties and Symmetry of 2D shapes sheets provides answers)
See Purple Mash for activity set – Water uses – log in to complete your task.
See Purple Mash for activity set – Lines of Symmetry – log in to complete your task
OPTIONAL: Symmetry matching and Symmetry sorting:
See Purple Mash for activity set – Water use leaflet – log in to complete your task
We have been learning about plants and water.
Can you come up with your own water or plant investigation?
You can use the sheet below to help you structure your investigation or create your own.
Use what you have at home – it could involve getting out the hose pipe or even a water tray, creating your own ice lollies or digging in the garden and growing your own plants – anything you like.
If you are stuck for ideas, clink on one or more of the links below or do your own search:
Please complete your poster or model on one of the Rainforest layers (set last week) – try to make it really colourful and add the different animals and birds that are found mainly living in the layer you have chosen.
Rainforest co-ordinates – Find places on a grid map and Make a Rainforest Walking Track:
See the link to the SCARF online resource we use at school. Look at: Staying Safe Online