Wednesday 15th July
It’s a sunny day and let’s hope we have a few warm days again now. I hope you have been having a good week so far? I imagine you’re on countdown now until the end of term!
Today’s theme for Wednesday is: Wise words Wednesday
If you had any wise words to give someone, what would they be?
Have a great day!
Miss Barrett and Mrs Ashby
Wednesday’s learning tasks:
Start your day with an active start. There are lots of options for you:
- Weekly challenge from Pav
- Norfolk School Games Week 3
- Joe Wicks – daily P.E on YouTube
- Go Noodle – also available on YouTube
- Or create your own P.E session – for example, an obstacle course in the garden or lead a keep fit session with your family to your favourite tunes
- Read your book for 20 minutes. Or you could read a book from Bug Club. Bug club books are great because they have comprehension questions for you to answer too.
- Complete a maths quiz on Diagnostic Questions
- Maths – This week for maths look in our Resources section for details; it’s all about cubed numbers today.
- Further Maths to have a go at! Visit the White Rose website ‘Summer Term Week 12 (w/c 13th July) and complete Lesson 3. Remember, if you are finding these too tricky you could look at a lower year group or if you need a greater challenge look at a higher year group instead. We do not have a subscription to the worksheets so this activity is just watching and discussing the video.
- Complete the word of the day activities – see below.
- Visit Active learn website and select a maths and a SPAG activity to complete.
- Writing challenge for the week: For details of our writing task this week click on the resource in our Resources and Web Links.
- Science – Choose at least one of the fun experiments from the ‘Resources’ section to do at home! They are not necessarily linked to forces, but are interesting and fun.
- Remember to build in some quiet time, creative time and outdoor time! There is a list of nature activities for you to do that I’ve taken from the Wildlife Trust that you could have a go at – see document for Random Acts of Wildness. If you fancy some cooking, there are also great easy to follow recipes on Willow class page that you may want to try.
Word of the day
- What is the definition of ‘corrupt’?
- Write three descriptive sentences using the WOD.
- Synonyms – (words that have a similar meaning)
- Antonyms – (words that have an opposite meaning)
- Create waterfall writing for the word corruption.
- Using the letters in the word ‘Corruption’ – how many different words can you make?
Give yourself 1 point for 3 letter words, 2 points for 4 letter words and 3 points for 5 letter words or more. How many points can you score?
- What other words can you think of that rhyme with ‘corrupt’?
You will need a dictionary and a thesaurus for these activities, if you don’t have one use an online dictionary and thesaurus.