Week beginning 30.3.20
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Key skills to practice
Practise your mental maths and spellings. Get an adult to test you on your spellings on Wednesday.
New Spellings for testing on 1st April
Answers to last weeks mental maths
How did you do? You can use last weeks tests to practise for this weeks!
Answers Test 88 – Test 88 – 1 answers
Answers Test 89 – Test 89 – 1 answers
Answers Test 90 – Test 90 – 1 answers
Remember – try to read your book for at least 30 mins a day.
This week’s project
If you haven’t already – fisnish your myth. Remember our Success Criteria
When you are finished you could design a book cover for your story and write your own blurb and reviews!
Continue to read up about the Battle of Hastings – look online, there are loads of good videos e.g.
Try writing a short explanantion text explaining why the Normans won. There are 3 or 4 clear reasons – try and explain them as clearly as possible in a formal style.
You could also have a go at building a Viking longship – you can do this out of paper and card (old cereal boxes are good) Try and make it as historically accurate as possible.
Look on line – there are lots of good websites; here are a few:
If you want to have a go at something a bit more serious – have a go at the first text of the reading comprehension in Pack 2 of the CGP tests. You could check you answers with an adult.
Keep up with your footie skills. Try and walk every day and why not try the Joe Wicks exercise videos on youtube at 9am every weekday morning.
If you haven’t had a chance already, finish your Sutton Hoo helmet. https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/sutton-hoo
You could have a go at one of your own. You could use paint but felt-tips look really good too. You could try your own colour themes if you like!
If you have time….
Remember your garden bird list. Mine is up to 30. It’s amazing what you can see and hear if you spend a little time. If you have bird feeders, keep them topped up. The best time to watch is early in the morning and last thing in the afternoon.
Remember to look out for summer migrants such as Swallows, House Martins, Chiffchaffs and Cuckoos – they will start arriving in the next few weeks.
Keep a list and e-mail it to email@example.com