Monday 23rd March
I would like you to spend today getting used to the different things that you can do from home to keep learning:
Start the day with PE with Joe - Joe Wicks is offering a PE lesson on his youtube channel every day at 9am. I know I'll be there. If you can't make this session, think about other ways you can keep yourself active.
English. I would like you to complete the 2 week High Flying Giraffes writing unit sent home in your home learning packs. Lesson one (if you haven't already done it) is to watch the video and sequence the key events from the story.
Reading. Make sure you have something good to read (I heard that in Belgium the only shops that are open are food shops, chemists and book shops). If you were in school last week, you should have come home with more than one good book. If you want to try something new, audible are offering free access to children's books as audible stories. https://stories.audible.com/start-listen have a look and let someone else read to you.
Maths. I want to focus on times tables this week. Please make a start by logging on to times tables rock stars and seeing how quick you can get. If you can't log on, please e-mail us. Try to get as quick and accurate as possible. I'm going to work out how to set up a challenge against year 6.
History. Your choice - you've either got a bonus extra session to complete your How did World War One change the world homework (I'm still really looking forward to seeing these), or you can complete the map activity below.
I hope you enjoy your learning. See how much you can complete. Please e-mail if you've got any questions and I'll talk to you all again tomorrow.