Home Learning - Week 8
The battle is on between 3J and 3R.
You have until the 8th May to lead our class to victory!
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Maybe go outside and stretch those muscles!
It would be a great time to practise your word mountains.
Why not try starting from word mountain one and working your way through. This would be a great idea to revisit what you already know and practise on the words you find tricky.
It is always a good idea to practise what you already know. Work through the KIRFS so that you can become faster at recalling the facts. You do not need to work through them all at once. Maybe try one section at a time until you fully master it!
Remember to use TT Rockstars to practise your times tables daily.
Use an atlas or the internet to help you find the Capital Cities of the Countries on the list below.
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.
Read the sentences on the sheets carefully and pick the correct homophone for the sentence.
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1. Where are the animals sleeping?
2. Describe the landscape around them- what is their natural
3. What are the meerkats thinking as they climb the tree and
find the fruit?
4. How can you tell that the meerkats are happy to see the
fruit? What gesture do they make?
5. Why do they sway when they look at it?
6. Describe their movements as the vulture lands.
Do you think the vulture is going to be a hero or a villain in
Explain your answer.
7. Why do you think all of the animals are so desperate to
8. Think of three sentences to describe the way in which the
vulture moves against the meerkats.
9.What word would you use to describe the fruit at the end
of the clip?
10. Who do you think won in the end?
Do you think there is a moral to this story? What is it?
and find 15 amazing facts about the vulture.
Remember to make your writing as exciting as possible.
Some things you might want to include…
A verb to start a sentence.
E.g. Racing across the savanna, we could only think of one
An adverb to start a sentence.
E.g. Skilfully, we passed the fruit between us.
Try adding some short, snappy sentences to add
E.g. He froze.
Tell the reader when something happened.
E.g. Moments later, an enormous shadow passed overhead
forcing us to run for cover
Use adjectives (describing words) to add interest.
E.g. The starving, calculated vulture landed upon the bare
branch, eyeing up the sweet, ripe fruit as it dangled
Use a simile to compare something in the story to
E.g. Like a well trained rugby team we rallied into
Make vocabulary swaps for smarter words.
Use repetition to keep the reader’s interest.
he landed. After that the ground rumbled as our tint feet
got to work.
There are lots of wonderful online lessons you can access at home that are easy to use.
Design a photo frame.
Take a look at the video for inspiration.
Your task is to plan, design and make a photo frame.
You can make the frame using items you have in your home.
With an adult, think about parts of a photo frame.
How does it stand up? How does it look? How easy is it to put a photograph in? How well does it display the photograph? Who would use it? What kind of picture is it for? Where would it stand?
Plan: Think about the equipment you will need: which items will you need? How many items will you need? What shape will the outside be? Which parts will it use to balance? What kind of stand support will you need? Where can you attach this? What will you use to make the support?
Design: What will you need the frame to do in order to be successful?
1. Stand up supported only by its stand
2. Display a photograph
3. Easy to get photo in and out
How will your frame look?
Basic frame shape (think of user’s preferences)
Size of frame
Front and back view
How it will stand up
Colours and design
Think about who your frame is for, is there a theme you can add to your design?
Materials to be used for the frame and for the decoration.
Make: Using the items and equipment in your plan, put your plan and design together. Be careful when using scissors and other sharp objects.
Evaluate: is there anything that needs to change? Could you have made the money box a different way? Is there anything that can be improved? If you were to make it again, what changes would be made?
Learning outcomes: rolling, folding, layering, joining and reflecting on their work.
Listen carefully to the music and the words.
Perhaps close your eyes. You could move with the pulse. Use your imagination as you enjoy the music. Share some of the colours, words, pictures or feelings you see and feel when listening to the song on a piece of paper.
You can create a diagram, drawing or story from this.
1. Does this song tell a story? Perhaps the words tell a story or perhaps the music creates a story in your imagination. What is that story?
2. What can you hear?
3. What is the style of this music?
4. How does the music make you feel?
5. Did you like the song? It doesn't matter if you like or don't like a song or a piece of music. Think about the reasons why you do or don't.