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Subject Menu Children must do: You must choose one choice from the menu below

Subject Menu Children must do: You must choose one choice from the menu below for each afternoon. Record each piece of work in your books. Subject · Daily reading (15/20 minutes) · Weekly spellings · Times tables every day · Mark your own work! Choice 1 Choice 2 Science Create an observational drawing of a flower from the garden. Label its parts including the reproductive parts of the flower. https: //www. bbc. co. uk/bitesize/topics/zgssgk 7/ articles/zqbcxfr Experiment- What do plants need Collect or buy some seeds (Even apple seeds will do). Plant seed 1 in soil, water it and give it sunlight. Plant seed number 2 in coil, in sunlight but give it no water. Put seed number 3 in a pot with no soil but provide it with water and sunlight. Check on your seeds daily and record which grows best. What does this tell us about what plants need to grow? Music Learn the words to ‘Don’t Worry Be Happy’ by Bob Marley. Come up with movements to go with the song. Choose your favourite nursery rhyme tune, write lyrics to accompany it. Make the song about friendship. Geography Plan a route you would take to get from school to your house. Design a sketch map with a key for your area. History Make a booklet on The Stone Age. Include all important facts. Watch a clip from BBC bitesize, https: //www. bbc. co. uk/programmes/b 006 vd 1 m/clips What did you learn?

Subject Menu You must choose one choice from the menu below for each afternoon.

Subject Menu You must choose one choice from the menu below for each afternoon. Subject Children must do: · Daily reading (15/20 minutes) · Weekly spellings · Times tables every day Choice 1 Choice 2 Choice 3 Art/ D&T Scrunch up a piece of paper, do an observational drawing using only a pencil and shading. After looking at the work of Jim Edwards in class, get inspired! Choose a famous building and try sketching or painting it in his style. Use a ruler if drawing sharp angles. Man you make a famous landmark or building from anywhere in the world using any materials available to you. 3 D shape nets will be useful for buildings Outdoor Activities Do a Go. Noodle activity. https: //www. gonoodle. com/ Daily Mile around your garden or Body Coach workout for kids on You. Tube. Computing Code. org Login information is in work folder

Maths Menu Children should do one Key Skill sheet per day. They cover all

Maths Menu Children should do one Key Skill sheet per day. They cover all of the work that children do throughout the year. They are essential Mathematical skills. English Menu Weeks Week 1 Monday SPa. G Worksheet You must choose one choice from the menu below for each morning. Tuesday Wednesday Reading Comprehension SPa. G Worksheet Thursday Inference based on a picture. Use the image to write a diary entry as a character from the image. Remember diaries are written in the past tense and include the characters thoughts and feelings. Week 2 SPa. G Worksheet Reading Comprehension SPa. G Worksheet Inference based on a picture. Use read aloud, think aloud. Use the image Friday Create a poster advertising a visit a landmark in Newcastle. E. g. The Baltic Flour Mill, Millennium Bridge, The Laing Art Gallery, or the Try looking at other adverts to online or in magazines for ideas. (This may take more than one session) Write a letter to an elderly member of the community. What would you like to tell them during this difficult time?

Inference Pictures

Inference Pictures

Vocabulary Ninja – SPa. G Spotter Can you spot? Circle it in the sentence.

Vocabulary Ninja – SPa. G Spotter Can you spot? Circle it in the sentence. the adverbs Yesterday, John and Mary went to the library and read quietly. the determiners I bought an apple, a banana and three packets of biscuits at the shop. the proper nouns Alex and Ali went into London to visit Hamleys, the famous toy shop. the adjectives Maria went out into the bright sunshine to admire all the beautiful flowers. the nouns The schoolchildren walked quickly and quietly through the museum to get back to their bus. the co-ordinating conjunction Elizabeth worked hard in English, but she didn’t enjoy maths. the verbs Leanne and Greg played basketball while the other children watched and cheered them on. the pronoun The monkeys threw bananas and then ate them. the subordinating conjunction When the fire-alarm sounded, the children lined up silently. the prepositions The ball rolled down the path and under the bush. the expanded noun phrase The big, furry dog growled menacingly at the passers by. Can you add? Add it to the sentence in the correct place. capital letters leah and jack went to buckingham palace when they visited london. commas for lists The zoo had baby lemurs pandas polar bears and camels. apostrophes for contractions The teacher didnt want to go outside in the rain. inverted commas to show speech Get out of the flower bed ! shouted the gardener angrily. Question mark, exclamation mark or full stop What do you want for your tea

Vocabulary Ninja – SPa. G Spotter Can you spot? Circle it in the sentence.

Vocabulary Ninja – SPa. G Spotter Can you spot? Circle it in the sentence. the co-ordinating conjunction The children hated brussels sprouts, yet they ate them happily on Christmas Day. the expanded noun phrase I wrote a long, complicated story. the adjectives The cunning weasel carefully watched the tiny baby rabbit before pouncing. the nouns Adrian and Jenny walked out of the house and then ran down the road to catch the bus. the subordinating conjunction Mum tossed the pancakes while Ben poured out the batter and Louis set the table. the preposition James hid behind the sofa during the scary bits of ‘Doctor Who’. the proper nouns Helen and Aisha enjoyed going on school trips, and the IMAX was their favourite yet. the pronouns Lisa hadn’t done her homework, but Steve had done his. the determiner Michael ordered a huge burger because he was starving. the verb The cat watched the baby sparrow on the grass intently. the adverbs Brian always ate slowly, but today was a record! Can you add? Add it to the sentence in the correct place. question mark, exclamation mark or full stop What a week inverted commas to show speech I want that one , said Andy pointing to a large bar of chocolate. apostrophe of possession Liams mum always collected him on a Thursday. apostrophes of contraction Id like to go to Disneyland, but I cant afford it. capital letters catherine and alan took their grandson, alex, to the park.

Vocabulary Ninja – SPa. G Spotter Can you spot? Circle it in the sentence.

Vocabulary Ninja – SPa. G Spotter Can you spot? Circle it in the sentence. the nouns The pencil was part of a set I won at the fair. the prepositions The children crossed over the main road, and then went through the gate and into the park. the adjectives The hungry boy ate all the chocolate cake in the fridge. the proper nouns Thornton Road leads onto Canterbury Avenue. the verbs The young man looked at the menu and then ordered a cheese burger. the expanded noun phrase In the cemetery, I walked past the old, gnarled tree. the determiners Three pigeons sat on a branch. the subordinating conjunction After the goal was scored, the footballer celebrated. the pronouns They are sitting there, so we will sit here. the co-ordinating conjunction The boys were getting changed quickly so that they could go for lunch. the adverb Suddenly the car braked. Can you add? Add it to the sentence in the correct place. capital letters john ate at nando’s on saturday. full stops The cat chased the mouse all over the house it raced under the table but the cat found it in the end commas for lists I ordered a cheese ham and tomato sandwich. inverted commas to show speech Look at that ! shouted the man angrily. apostrophes for contraction Well get the sandwiches if youll get the drinks.

Vocabulary Ninja – SPa. G Spotter Can you spot? Circle it in the sentence.

Vocabulary Ninja – SPa. G Spotter Can you spot? Circle it in the sentence. the preposition The monkey dropped the banana on the floor. the noun I ate three sausages at teatime. the proper nouns Lisa and Michael went to Asda for Mother’s Day cards. the verbs Steven and Somi went out to the garden where they played catch. the co-ordinating conjunction Liv loved to play on the swings, but they were all broken. the determiners Adrian and Amina sat on the seats near the door. the expanded noun phrase The small, crying baby was being stared at by the cat. the adverbs Finally, the car pulled silently in to the drive. the adjectives James ate a giant peach in a pretty park in New York. the subordinating conjunction If you want to go to the park, you need to put your shoes on. the pronoun They ran down the stairs and out of the door. Can you add? Add it to the sentence in the correct place. capital letters and full stops the monkeys looked through the bars at the zoo they saw lots of people looking at them they began to screech inverted commas to show speech The lambs are gamboling in the field , said Jenny. apostrophe of possession Lukes mum sat on the wall eating peaches. apostrophes of contraction I wont buy you that because youll break it. commas for lists The large haunted mansion stood at the top of the steep winding road.

Vocabulary Ninja – SPa. G Spotter Can you spot? Circle it in the sentence.

Vocabulary Ninja – SPa. G Spotter Can you spot? Circle it in the sentence. the nouns Louise and Leah shouted at the cat which was crossing the road near a train. the proper nouns On Wednesday, I went to London to get some Lego figures. the verbs “Sit on the chair quickly!” she shouted. the adjectives The baby seal was cute and fluffy, and all the children loved it. the expanded noun phrase The plump, juicy strawberries had been picked straight from the garden. the pronouns If you wait over here, she’ll be with you soon. the adverb Later, I’ll cook dinner for the family. the determiners Open a window and let some fresh air in to the room. the co-ordinating conjunction I went to the shops and I also went to the park. the prepositions Sit on the carpet and look at the board. the subordinating conjunction While I was in the shops, it started to rain. Can you add? Add it to the sentence in the correct place. inverted commas to show speech Where shall I put it ? asked the man nervously holding the baby rabbit. commas for lists Go back to your tables with a whiteboard a pen and a rubber. capital letters and full stops alex and arlo walked to the shops on saturday they wanted to go to the skate park, but their skateboards were broken apostrophes for contraction Itll be Tuesday before youll be able to collect it. apostrophes for possession Lisas mum had left her bag in Simons car.

Reading Comprehension

Reading Comprehension

Reading Activity 1 Reading Activity 2

Reading Activity 1 Reading Activity 2