Wednesday 24th June 2020
Spelling Shed - Work on your spellings. Check Twitter for Hive games!
TT Rock Stars - Go to the arena today. Check Twitter for updates on battles!
Here is today's work...
Maths - To investigate a problem, describing positions on a 2-D grid as coordinatesWe will continue to explore how points plotted on a grid can be referred to using coordinates.
Reading comprehensionIn this lesson, we are going to retrieve information using an adventure story.
Geography - Where are the world's natural resources?In this lesson, we will begin by studying the world's different natural resources, defining what they are and studying what they are used for. We will finsh by analyzing in which countries these resources can be found.
Well Being Wednesday - Reach For The Stars
Today, why not listen to the song 'Reach For The Stars' by S Club 7. Create your own dance or just dance along to it.
When you are learning something new, you often make mistakes. Each time we make a mistake we change something about what we are doing and learn from it, so that we don't make the same mistake twice and, therefore, get better at what we are trying to do. Today we would like you to create a poster showing what you should do when you make a mistake. Here are a couple of poster to get you thinking. Maybe you can come up with a great slogan and or picture.
Here is chapter 15 of 'The Boy Who Grew Dragons' by Andy Shepherd.
The Boy Who Grew Dragons is a delightful debut novel from author Andy Shepherd, illustrated by Sara Ogilvie, and published by Piccadilly Press. Shortlisted f...
After School Club
Oak Academy also provide activity clubs each week run by their brilliant partners, with activities like cook-a-longs, arts and debating clubs. Please take a look at the splat on the previous page called Oak Academy Clubs to see if you fancy trying any out!
Both the WWF and Wildlife Trust have developed a series of engaging lessons/activities for your child, to help them learn about the planet on which we live. These may interest you too! For more information visit the 'Our Planet' splat on our web page.
Please make sure you tweet us some of your activities! We would love to see how you are enjoying your home learning.