Here are some of the things you could do today:
- 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 your spellings for 15 minutes. Using the words that you picked yesterday write sentences using them in context. You could try to combine three of them into one sentence as we do in class. The sillier the better!
- Mental maths - Try to spend 10 to 15 minutes today doing a mental maths activity. Today, you could have a go at 'Hit the button' again - did you beat any scores from yesterday. Keep a daily log to chart your progress. You could even put it into a bar chart or line graph.
- Maths activity - Four Go
Draw a number line on a piece of paper, marked from 0 to 20
This challenge is a game for two players. The first player chooses two numbers in this grid and either times or divides them. (See grid below)
He or she then marks the answer to the calculation on the number line.The second player then chooses two numbers and either × or ÷, and marks that number in a different colour on the number line.
If the answer is too big or too small to be marked on the number line, the player misses a go.
The winner is the player to get four marks in a row with none of their opponent's marks in between.
What good ways do you have of winning the game?
Does it matter if you go first or second?
- English activity - Every good story needs problems and resolutions. Think about different problems that your characters could face and imaginative ways that they could solve them. Try to surprise, scare and/or entertain your reader.
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