week beginning 15th
I hope you're all well and still enjoying your time at home.
Thank you to all of you who have uploaded work onto Seesaw.
Please continue to read regularly and learn all the spellings I have uploaded over the passing weeks. As I've said, if you can manage to learn all the high frequency words and identify commonly mistaken homophones, you'll be at such an advantage when you return to school.
I hope you're finding time to practise your maths facts as well. I know many of you have done some cooking and baking at home, and that is a great example of doing something practical to practise your measuring skills.
Have a lovely week.
For English, you can keep going with your Shipwreck story if you want. Please ensure you are re-reading it, editing and making improvements.
If you have finished I have included a link to a short animated film on Literacy shed. After you have watched the film, there are a number of writing ideas you can choose from, or write something else you have thought of.
I would like you to carry on with the Roman topic I gave you the resources for a couple of weeks ago. Go back and remind yourself what is there and then continue what you have already started, or start a new one. You can research any other information you might be interested in if you would prefer.
In the power point you will see some images of Pentecost. Have a look at them and then create your own image of Pentecost considering the symbols and colours associated with it. Then write about your image and why you chose the colours and symbols you used.