Here are some of the things you could do today:
- Get active for at least 60 minutes - in addition to your chosen workout (have you tried Joe Wicks or Oti Mabuse's online workouts yet?) We're going to try a Pav Funball Challenge each week too. This week it is the Gymnastics challenge. You can play with 2 or more people. Choose 1 person to be the leader. The leader says 1 body part and shows with his/her hand different one. The followers must follow the leader's hands and not their words!
Example: The leader says: “hips” but with his/her hands show ears-the followers must touch ears not hips. Starts with 10 points each, the first person to lost all points loses the game.
- Read for at least 30 minutes. Remember, this could be a real book, e-books (Twinkl, Oxford Owl) or Bug Club books. Remember to have a go at clicking on the bug to answer some quiz questions about your reading! Update your reading log and tell someone about what you have read.
- Practise the word of the day.
- Mental maths - Retry the mixed 12 x table challenge on 'Hit the button'. Are you improving week on week?
- Maths activity - See below
- English activity - We will be focusing on 'Play Scripts'. Please spend today having a read of the different features of play scripts and read one of the examples of a play script. There is a short example and a longer example. Try out your acting skills! Can you show different emotions and feelings through your actions and expressions? See documents below.
- Music Monday - Over the next few weeks we will be exploring a piece of music called 'Earth' by Hans Zimmer. You've probably heard his music on films like Madagasgar andd Kung-Fu Panda. He has set us a challenge. He wants us to finish a piece of music that he has written. First of all we're going to listen to it. Before you listening to it, on a piece of paper draw a large circle to represent Earth. Now, during the music, draw what you think Hans Zimmer is trying to represent with the piece. Listen several times and add something different each time. You could use images from Google Earth to inspire you.You can find a link to the song here - https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces/classical-music-ks2-hans-zimmer-earth/zvg4vk7
Remember there is extra information, pictures, videos and web links to help you in the resources section.
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