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You will need paper and pencils today.

We would like you to use all you have learnt about data over the last couple of weeks to carry out your own data task.  You will need to decide what data you are going to collect and how you are going to record it.  For example, you may decide to look at all the pencils in your pencil case and complete a tally chart on colours.  You could then put this information into a pictogram or block graph.  Once you have collected and represented your data write 2 questions for your teacher that you would like them to answer using your pictogram/block graph.


Please send all your completed work to your email address.



You will need the Friday independent writing sheet and a pencil today.

Look at the picture on the sheet.

Using adjectives, nouns, verbs and adverbs, describe what you can see. Use your imagination to think about why the house is flying and what might happen next.

Discuss with an adult what you see and think of some creative ideas together, but the writing needs to be independent so that we can see what you have remembered!

Ask your adult to send your completed work into school using your class email address.

Read Write Inc:

You will need the 60 second read: Terrific Travel and a pencil.

Ask your adult to start a timer for 1 minute. As soon as the timer has started, read as much as you can. When the timer finishes, circle to where you got to. This helps us to see how well you are speed-reading. If you need to continue reading to get to the end of the passage, please do so, before answering the questions.

Ask your adult to send your completed work into school using your class email address.


Read independently for 20 minutes. This can either be a school book or a chosen book from home. When you have finished, share with an adult what you have read.


Topic: Science

You will need the weather patterns science sheet

We would like you to be scientific weather watchers.  The sheet has instructions for three weather watcher activities that you can choose from:

  • Make a wind sock to measure the speed and direction of the wind.
  • Make a rain gauge to measure the rainfall over a time period.
  • Make fog in a jar to find out where fog comes from.

 You need to complete at least one of the activities.

We hope that you enjoy todays weather watcher challenge and please send us a picture once you are finished.