W/C - 23rd March 2020
Home Learning - w/c: 23/03/20
Here are the activities for our second week of home learning. If you have any queries, please contact us via your child's class teacher's school email:
You can also contact us via the SPH blog. Please use the blog to send regular updates on how you are getting on with work, or any fun activities you may be participating in.
Please refer to MyMaths for this week's task.
We would like you to think about the book, 'The Boy in the Tower' and think about what is going to happen next. He has met two new characters, Dory and Obi, who is the caretaker. He has also seen someone flashing a light from Gaia's tower block. Who could this be? Are they trying to send a message? Is there anyone else in the building? Why hasn't their tower collapsed?
We would like you to write about what Ade discovers and try to answer some of the questions.
Please refer to Spellzone for this week's spelling list to learn.
Read the Parable of the Lost Son (see below for links) and answer the questions on page three.
Please complete The Middle Ages comprehension. Choose your usual level or try the one above for more of a challenge!
We would like you to log onto Active Learn Bug Club for continue reading through your reading books.
If you have a library card, you can download the BorrowBox app and read books found within your library without having to leave your home!
Draw an illustration of the wormery you made last week and make observations about how the worms move, which type of food do they seem to prefer (put a variety out for it to choose from) how far it burrows over a day, etc.
Once a week has passed, please release your worms safely into the garden. You can always find fresh worms to put into your wormery.
Continue with your wiki page on PBWorks. Remember the username is my email address (Miss Hughes) and password is sphoward582.
TopicHome Learning book
Look at the PowerPoint about the Peasants' Revolt and answer the questions that pop up in a green box at the bottom of each slide.
Grow your own!
Any fruit or vegetables that you eat - keep seeds/pips/stones and have a go at growing them. Make observations about how long it takes to germinate, how often you water, draw each stage, etc. Use your Home Learning book to keep your record.