Home Learning - Week 11

Well done for taking part in the last battle against 3R.
The scores at the end of the battle were
3R                            3J
1754                         3438
Well done to everyone who took part again this week!
I have set up the next battle.
You have until the 29th of June to lead our class to victory!
The class battles will take place each week until the end of term.

Log in to TT rockstars using your school login details - if you need your account details, send me a message via e-schools.
Use the star activity sheet and use one activity to do a day.
Choose the spellings you struggle with the most as the activities will help you work on them.
I have attached a list of the spellings you need to learn. 
Maths - order, add and subtract fractions
In school we use the White Rose Maths scheme to teach our children.
To help support your child at home, I have attached a list of links to the videos to watch and learn and questions to answer.
To support your child, I have also included the answers.
Time Capsule
Create a time capsuke with your grown ups at home to remember this time of your life.
Read the short texts and answer the questions.
Complete the sentences and create sentences using conjunctions.
Remember, conjunctions are ‘joining words’ because they link sentences together.


Take a look at the website and complete the quizzes for:

  • Forces
  • life cycles
  • Magnets
  • Rocks
  • Soil
  • Skeleton
  • Shadows and reflections
  • Light
  • Keeping healthy
To get you moving I've chosen a BBC clip which is led by Marlon, aka Swoosh from Flawless. He tells you a bit about himself then takes you through a warm up and then teaches you some basic steps. Have fun!

So far you have been looking at the Stone age.  I would like you to visit BBC bitesize on the link below.

Watch the video, read the text and look at the labelled diagram.

Then complete the timeline using the printable underneath, you can also write these out in your book or create your own timeline.


English - Grammar
Use the sheet below to practise your understanding of nouns, adjectives and verbs.
Get creative by creating your own prehistoric art. Here is some inspiration for you!
You can do this using many materials and tools, here are some examples:
· Paper/cardboard/sugar paper/newspaper/sandpaper
/rocks/scrap paper - explore texture
· Outdoor/garden materials - create some physical art!
· Pencil/paint/chalk/pastel
· Leaves/sticks to print or mark make
· Blow/splatter using a spray bottle, toothbrush etc