Monday 1st March
This is BOOK WEEK! This year things will be different as we are not all at school. However, we can still have fun and enjoy books together.
When you return to school next week, you will receive your £1 book voucher. Look at all the different books that you can buy for £1 with your voucher. They will be available in most supermarkets.
Take a sneaky peek inside the books by clicking here.
Book Week Art and Craft Activity
Please send a photo of your work
Roll up your sleeves and get involved with this year's Book Week activity.
We would like you to create something from an item at home. It must relate to a fiction book or non-fiction book. Be creative. What could you do?
PLEASE COMPLETE THIS TASK BY FRIDAY. Time will be given each day to work on this.
SEND A PHOTO OF YOUR WORK to firstname.lastname@example.org with the title BOOK WEEK.
Please write the name of the book and the author on a piece of paper. Prop it up next to your work before you take the photograph.
Last year, Florence (now in Year 6) made this during lockdown. It was for a 'World in Miniature' competition. Isn't it great!
10 O'CLOCK GOOGLE MEET
Today, we are going to have a book discussion. You will need two pieces of paper. One with a tick on it and one with a cross on it. I will be asking you questions. For instance, 'Have you read a book set in a different country?' If you have, you should hold up your 'tick'. You might like to share the title and author of the book.
Please do not worry about this activity. We hope it will be fun. It will also provide a chance to recommend good books.
Mrs Wallis and I can't wait to see you all. We do miss you.
Please login to MyMaths. Work through the multiplication questions.
Next, click on the document below and complete the 'multiply 3 digits by 1 digit' work.
Write out the words below . Write the consonants in one colour and the vowels in another colour.
If you do not know what a word means, look it up in the dictionary and write the dictionary definition in your book.
BOOK WEEK FUN
STORY TIME WITH MRS PAYNE
Each day this week, I will be reading a story. You will be able to watch and listen on Bishop's Hull TV. You might be able to guess today's story using the clue below.
Click here to listen to the story. Did you guess correctly?
Write the date and title ‘Dragon Description’.
Write a list of adjectives to describe the dragon in the story. Then, write a character description of the dragon. Use evidence from the story to back up your opinions. Happy writing!
ART AND CRAFT (WHOLE SCHOOL ACTIVITY)
Plan what you are going to make. Check that you have got all the materials you need. Get started. Try and complete this task by Friday and send a photo of your work.
Tuesday 2nd March
HAPPY BIRTHDAY CERYS
BOOK WEEK ASSEMBLY 10:30 am
There is a special David Walliams assembly online today. If you would like to watch it, ask your parents to sign up here.
Please login to MyMaths. There are some 8 times table questions to try. Some people have not yet finished the My Maths work set yesterday. Please try and catch-up today.
Complete the worksheet below.
Complete the sentences below by adding the correct word.
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BOOK WEEK STORY TIME
Here's the story clue for today.
If you like trains and you love animals, this is the book for you.
Click here to listen to the story.
Write the date and title 'Endangered Animals'
What does it mean if an animal is endangered? If an animal is endangered, it is in danger of disappearing forever. If an animal dies out completely, it becomes extinct.
Please write down the reasons why the animals on the train needed help.
Read the information below.
Write some sentences and record any new information you have discovered about why animals become endangered.
Wednesday 3rd March
BOOK WEEK STORY TIME
Another story. Another clue.
A paintbrush. A clock. Well, what do you think this book is about? Click here to listen to the story.
What time is it? Time is dragging How long is it going to take?'
Have I got enough time? The time has flown by.
How long is a second?
How long is a minute?
How long is five minutes?
How long is quarter of an hour?
How long is half and hour?
How long is an hour?
Click here to watch some BBC videos.
Write the date in your Lockdown Learning book.
Write the title.
The Time It Took write your name here
Draw this table.
|20 star jumps|
|Write awkward 10 times|
|Throw and catch a small ball 30 times|
|Read five pages of your book|
|Drink a glass of water|
|30 hops on each foot|
Estimate how long you think it will take to complete each activity. Time yourself.
Think of four more activities. Add them to the table, estimate and record the time taken to complete each one.
FOCUS ON HANDWRITING
Write out the rhyme that tell us how many days there are in each month. Use your best handwriting. Check that letters are the correct height and size. Perhaps, you might also enjoy drawing some illustrations. Focus on your presentation. Finally, learn the rhyme and perform it to your parents.
30 days has September,
April, June and November.
All the rest have 31,
Except February alone
Which only has 28 days clear
And 29 in each leap year.
Every four years we have a leap year. An extra day is added to February so that it has 29 days instead of 28.
Thursday 4th March
Happy World Book Day! Start your day by sitting back and enjoying this video. You might even want to sing along. You will know the tune.
BOOK WEEK STORYTIME
Here's the clue. Yum!
Have you ever considered how useful a jam sandwich can be? Click here to listen to the story.
What do you think Lord Swell thought about the annoying wasps? How did Mayor Muddlenut organise the upset villagers? Did Bap the Baker have a bright idea? How did Farmer Seed come to the rescue? I wonder what the helicopter pilots thought about transporting a giant slice of bread?
Imagine you are one of these characters. Write a diary entry about this memorable event from their point of view.
Write the date and title 'The Giant Jam Sandwich'
'A Diary Entry from________(name of chosen character)'
Here's a checklist of the key features to use when you write a diary entry.
There is a sequencing activity with pictures on the document below which you may like to do to remind you of the story. You could also make notes to help you organise your ideas.
Please login to MyMaths. Work your way through the multiplication questions.
PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOU COMPLETE THE MYMATHS LESSON BEFORE YOU DO THE ONLINE HOMEWORK.
Dance Mat Typing
Knowing your way around a computer keyboard and being able to type quickly is a really useful skill for when you're a grown up and at secondary school.
Click here and play level 1 on Dance Mat Typing.
Friday 5th March
Please login to MyMaths. Two tasks have been set for you today. A huge well done to those people who have kept up to date with the MyMaths work. Don't forget to look at the teacher feedback.
Remember to work through the lesson before you begin the activity.
BOOK WEEK STORY TIME
I hope you have enjoyed listening to the stories this week. Here's the last story and one more clue.
If you have a toddler in your family, this book might appeal to you. Click here to listen to the story.
There are so many different types of fruit and vegetables. Infact, at least one for almost every letter of the alphabet.
Today we are going to write an A-Z of fruit and vegetables?
Please write the date. Then write the title, 'An A - Z of Fruit and Vegetables'.
A- avocado, apple, apricot
I wonder how many fruit and vegetables will be on your A-Z? Count them all when you have finished.
FIVE A DAY
Fruit and vegetables provide important vitamins and minerals to help keep us healthy. Fruit and vegetables also provide fibre for a healthy digestive system.
We should eat at least 5 portions of fruit and vegetables everyday. Fresh, frozen, canned, dried and juiced all count. We should try to have a variety. A rough guide to a portion is the amount that fits in the palm of your hand.
Today, keep a record of what you eat. Check that you have your five a day. Eating healthily not only makes our bodies feel good, but it can make us feel more positive and happy.
MORPURGO SUPERHEROINES AND SUPERHEROES
You have been superheroes and superheroines during this lockdown. We are really proud of the effort you have put into your home learning . Don't forget to say a big thank-you to your mums and dads for all the support they have given you.
Why not make one of these smoothies to celebrate your return to school, and to celebrate all of your achievements.
Raise a glass... CHEERS!
It will be exciting to come back to school, but it is perfectly normal to feel a little anxious. Please don't worry. You will be with friends and people who care about you.
Mrs Waller has added some COMING BACK TO SCHOOL stories on the Wellbeing page. They are worth having a look at. Click here.
WE CAN'T WAIT TO SEE YOU ALL ON MONDAY