Friday 27th March
Hello Foxes! It’s the end of your first week at home. I hope you’ve enjoyed yourselves. Here is your work for today!
When you have completed it send it to this address:
Make sure you get a grown-up to help you with that bit!
Today is Friday, which means it’s Grammar Day! If you scroll down this page, you will find the picture of the grammar that you need to work on today. Before you do the work, have a look at this video by clicking this link:
You need to complete it in your green books. It’s all about prefixes. These prefixes are used to make a word with the opposite meaning. So, you need to add the correct prefix to change the meaning. For example, if it says ‘happy’, you can add the prefix ‘un-‘ to make the word ‘unhappy’. Once you have completed the work on the picture, click on this link and play this game.
A change from Propeller Maths today! Well done for doing so much of it over the last few days. Today, we are looking at using addition and subtraction methods using a written method. Choose a spice for yourself and complete all six of the fluency problems.
Mouth on Fire
This term, we have learnt about Ancient Greeks. This is inspired by someone in Otter class (KB) who actually did this! Your challenge is to use some toys from home to create an Ancient Greek scene. It could be of anything.
Here are a few ideas:
You could make little costumes for your toys, or maybe make them some props to hold! Have some fun with this task. Once you have created your scene, take a photo of it and send it to me – I would love to see them – and add them to our webpage!
Things to do Daily:
Please spend time reading each day on your own and to an adult.
Also use times table rock stars to practice your times tables.
Tune in to daily PE with Joe Wicks every morning at nine on YouTube.
Don’t forget to visit here at 11am: