Activity 1: You will need the ‘reading comprehension’ worksheet and some coloured pens/pencils.
Read the sentences that go with each picture and follow the instructions to colour the pictures correctly.
Activity 2: You will need the ‘Croak, croak, croak’ comprehension sheet. Again you can write your answers on a separate sheet rather than print it out if needed.
Read through the Croak, croak, croak sentences in order (try to do this as independently as you can). Once you have finished reading the text, try to answer the questions about what you have read.
Please ensure you complete at least one of these activities, but why not have a go at both!
Ask your adult to send your completed work into school using your class email address.
Share a book of your choosing with an adult. Spend 20 minutes reading and discussing what you have read.
You will need the ‘Princessand the WEizard prediction’ sheet.
Listen to the story ‘Princess and the Wizard’ by Julia Donaldson. (You can find this in the 'Listen to a story' section of the website under the children's tab on the home page)
While you are listening try to remember what things Princess Eliza tries to do in order to trick the Wizard.
On the worksheet provided, we would like you to think of two different ways you might try and trick the wizard if you wanted to escape.
Draw a picture of what you would turn into and write sentences to describe why you chose to try each option.
You will need to watch the Division video with Miss Geyton and then use the Division with share boxes worksheet.
Watch the video with Miss Geyton as she explains how to use share boxes as a strategy for solving division calculations.
Complete the worksheet by drawing your own share boxes to help solve each problem. Look closely at each calculation to see how many share boxes you will need.
Ask your adult to send your completed work into school using you class email address.
You will need a toilet roll (full and unused one!)
Toilet roll balance challenge!
Your challenge is to balance the toilet roll on your head, then lower yourself to the ground and sit down using your hands to balance but not to support yourself or the toilet roll before trying to stand up again. How many times can you sit down and stand back up again without the toilet roll falling off in 2 minutes?
Challenge everyone in your family to have a go!