It's wicked Wednesday,
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 'tennis ball catching challenge. Starting with a partner, stand about 5m apart. Throw a ball to each other and see how many times you can do it without dropping it. Now add another ball. and another, and another (up to four). Are you better than yesterday?
- 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 below.
- Mental maths - Hkw many times table facts can you write down in one minute. Can you beat your record from yesterday?
- Maths activity - See below
- English activity - See below
- VE day celebrations - Friday the 8th May marks 75 years since the Germans surrendered, marking an end to the Second World War. On that day people flocked to the streets to get together and have parties as they could enjoy their freedom once more after 6 long years at war. While we cannot all get together at this time we can celelbrate at home and remember the importance of persevering to get through difficult times. Watch this short clip https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/history-ks2-ve-day/z7xtmfr to find out a little more. Why don't you make some colourful bunting out of paper or fabric to hang in your window. You can customise it with pictures to show what is important to you. Get it ready to hang up on Fruday.
Remember there is extra information, pictures, videos and web links to help you in the resources section.
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