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Tuesday 21st April 2020

Good Morning everyone - and welcome to another day of home learning.  


A big well done to the 15 members of Callisto who signed in on the register yesterday - remember you can use the register or the class email to ask any questions or share and difficulties you may be having. 


Thank-you to Manerva, Eithan and Alexander for saying hello - it is lovely to hear from you as I am missing seeing you all each day.  Another thank-you to Weronika who told me all about her holiday - it sounds like you had a lot of fun - although a 10km bike ride sounds like hard work. 


Some children asked about what I did in the Easter holiday and just like you my Easter holiday was very busy.  I did lots of gardening, cleaning and decorating.  I also ate far too much chocolate so I made sure I did the Joe Wicks workout and took a 5km walk each day.  


Have a great day - and don't forget send us some photos so we can see what you have been up to.  As well as this if you have any great ideas for activities we can all try why not drop me a line on the register or by email. wink





Start your day with 30 minutes of physical activity - use the link below to take part in a daily workout with Joe Wicks - which activity to you like best?  Let me know on the register.


Joe set a homework task last Friday to create a t-shirt design for his daily PE sessions - why not give it a go!



Take 10 minutes at the beginning of your session to play TT Rockstars or practice your multiplication facts  in your times table book.


Today we are continuing our learning on converting measures.  We are still focusing on converting units of lengths but today we are converting between cm and m and vice versa.  take a look through the Let's Learn slides below to see how our friends have done it - remember to convert between units of measure we use our knowledge of multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1000.


Try the Guided Practice questions in your Home Learning Journal and complete worksheet 2 on page 101 and 102 in your workbook.  When you have finished you can ask an adult to check your answers using the Math No Problem Hub.  



'The Greatest Library'


Today I would like you to focus on developing your sentences structure in preparation for writing your own stories tomorrow.


Sick Sentences

These sentences are ‘sick’ and need help to get better. Can you help?

Sentence Challenge!

Can you use a semi-colon to mark the boundary between independent clauses?

Lucy sat in the chair.

Books went around the big library like flying books.

There was piles of books on the floor like towers.

E.g. It was exciting; the books came alive.


This was the most extraordinary library;

Lucy heard a loud bang;



Visit the Spelling frame website and have a go at practicing the spelling of words with the 'ough' letter string by playing the free game 'Snowball Smash'


If you are unable to access the site practice reading and spelling the words in the list below.  Can you use each word in a sentence? Record your spelling practice in your Home Learning Journal.










Write 3 sentences of your own that use the word of the day.




Read the 3 pages of text below titled 'Art and Nature'.  




When you have finished reading the text answer the questions on the sheets below - remember you do not need to write the questions but you should write your answers in full sentences.  Refer back to the text to help you answer the questions.

Topic - Art


Following on from our reading today I would like you to be creative and make your own land art sculpture. 


Spend some time exploring your garden or the park on your daily walk and gather some interesting, colourful and unusual natural objects such as leaves, stones, twigs and feathers.   If you cannot get outside you could try the activity using found objects from around your home.  Find some space and create your own sculpture using the objects you have found. 


The images below may give you some ideas - 






I would love to see what you create so remember to ask an adult to take a picture and send your land art to and I will add them to our photo book.