Term 6 Week 5 29th June 2020
Well done for completing another week. It’s been a very hot one! I hope you have all enjoyed the sun.
Please see Summer term – Week 10 (w/c 29th June) on White Rose. This week they are focusing on measurement, 2D shapes, 3D shapes and telling the time to 5 minutes. Telling the time is a very hard skill to learn and difficult to teach, however it is a life skill so this is definitely a skill you should be trying to learn over the next few weeks and over the summer holidays. The worksheets and answers are attached to the bottom of this blog.
Some of you may have finished the last Talk For Writing booklet. Please see the link below for another unit to keep you going for 3 weeks before we break up for the summer holidays.
The spellings this week are revision of silent letters. Please make sure you know what each word means. Keep me updated on your weekly scores. The list of words is attached at the bottom of this blog.
Thank you to everyone who sent in work for the Minibeast project. I am so impressed with what you did and that everyone did something so original! If you are still working on something keep going and send it in, it doesn’t matter if it’s a bit late!
For those of you who are done we are going to do something different for the last few weeks of school. Children’s Art Week will be running for the next 3 weeks and we would like you to take part. Each week there will be a different theme for you to think about. This week’s theme is The Natural World. You could have a look at the website and some suggested activities but we know how creative you are and that you can think up your own ideas! It could be sketching, painting, sculpture, photography, animation, modelling, textiles, the list is endless! Have a walk about your local area and see what inspires you. Is it the sky, the trees, the animals or the flowers? Or is it the fruit and veg in your kitchen? Maybe you’d like to look at the work of some other artists who have been inspired by the natural world and try to recreate or reimagine something they have done? We will be awarding house points for every child who takes part and the bigger the effort the bigger the reward! It would be great if you could explain a bit about what you have created so we understand where you got your inspiration from.
If you have any questions on any of these suggested activities, please email me on firstname.lastname@example.org . I hope you all have another great week and hopefully it’s not so hot.