All the links to worksheets and other documents will be at the bottom of this blog post.
|M||Complete 3 ReadTheory quizzes.||Spelling Shed: search Y5Sum2-2 (we’re all doing the same spellings now!)
The Quick-Fire Write KS2 Challenge: are zoos good or not? Your challenge is to write 200 words based on the 4 questions at the end of the video. Once you’ve completed the challenge, you could email your work (writing, photos or videos) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Today’s revision lesson is on converting time (LbQ code to follow). Your alternative task is a White Rose Maths worksheet (linked at the bottom of this post).
You could try this ‘I See Maths’ challenge instead – the worksheet to go with it is at the bottom of this post.
|Joe Wicks and/or complete the activities from Day 7 on Real PE (Jasmine active).
|Art: Watercolour nature prints! You will need: watercolour paints, a paintbrush, thick paper or card and leaves or flowers. See the pictures and instructions at the bottom of this post!
Science: Grow your own edible crystals! See the picture at the bottom of this blog post for the experiment.
|Tu||Today is Empathy Day! Do you know what ’empathy’ means? It is particularly important considering everything that is going on in the world at the moment. Download this booklet and turn to the back page (p21) to see the schedule for today that you could follow along with. It starts at 9.30am and includes a special ‘Draw with Rob’ activity at 10am! During the day, see if you can complete at least 3 activities from the booklet (see p3 for the full list of 14 activities) – although of course, you could do more! I realise that this will keep you quite busy which is why I haven’t given you many other activities for the day. However, I’ve still included some maths and PE just in case!
Maths: Today’s revision lesson is on metric measures (LbQ code to follow). Your alternative task is the White Rose Maths worksheet.
PE: Joe Wicks and/or #ThisisPE lesson 14 – sock wars. Try some of the activities!
|W||Complete the comprehension on p3-4 in the booklet at the bottom of this post: Diary From The Beagle! The answers are on p5.||Complete the Authorfy 10-minute challenge by Joshua Seigal (his video is near the bottom)! Do you remember when he visited our school? In this video, he challenges you to choose ten special objects and turn them into a poem about a person.||Today’s revision lesson is on converting metric measures (LbQ code to follow). Your alternative task is the White Rose Maths worksheet.
You could try this ‘I See Maths’ challenge instead – the worksheet is at the bottom of this post.
|Joe Wicks and/or complete the activities from Day 8 on Real PE (Jasmine active).||Art: Follow this Art for Kids Hub tutorial on how to draw heart hands (‘Be Kind to Everyone’!)
Outdoor art: Pick an activity from the ‘Bugs, Bees and Butterflies’ poster at the bottom of this blog post!
|Th||Read your book for 30 mins – choose a page to read aloud and ask an adult to tally how many mistakes you make. Do it again and see if you can beat your score!||Follow this BBC lesson on how to use apostrophes.||Today’s revision lesson is on imperial measures (LbQ code to follow). Your alternative task is the White Rose worksheet.||Joe Wicks and/or #ThisisPE lesson 15 – striking for distance. Try some of the activities!||Debate club: Is gaming good for you? Follow this activity to learn about both sides of the argument and then have a debate! What does your household decide?
Computing: code.org (You’re still not all logged onto this! Does anybody need me to make them a log-in still? It’s fun, I promise – on the first level you get to make a dance party!)
|F||Read your book for 30 minutes.||Story starter: The Lighthouse! See the picture at the bottom of this blog post. Read the opening and finish of the story!||Today’s revision lesson is on converting imperial measures (LbQ code to follow). Your alternative task is the White Rose worksheet.||Joe Wicks and/or complete the activities from Day 9 on Real PE (Jasmine active).||Science: Learn how to polish pennies in this lesson using basic ingredients!
French: Duolingo for 20 mins
1. Paint your paper/card with watercolour, making sure the paper is fairly wet.
2. Press in your leaves or flowers (some things work better than others). The fern leaves in the picture print particularly well with the veins facing downwards.
3. Re-paint over the leaves/flowers to ensure all parts are ‘stuck down’ to the paper.
4. Leave it to dry thoroughly before removing the leaves/flowers to reveal the print!
Story starter: The storm had been raging for hours. Like a besieging army tormenting an enemy’s ramparts, the waves battered on the lighthouse walls. A group of men huddled in one of the cylindrical shaped rooms, flinching every time a wave rocked the lighthouse. Their hearts were in their mouths with every devastating blow: they half expected the walls to come tumbling down at any moment. They turned their heads and listened to the sound of the storm. What they heard was truly terrifying… Finish me off!