White Rose Maths Home Learning Week beginning 6th July 2020 - Summer Term Week 9
Home Learning weeks beginning June 29th and July 6th
Beehive Home learning Week Beginning 29.6.20
Talk For Writing- Rainbows, rainbows everywhere!
Birds in Your Garden Differentiated Reading Comprehension Activity
Beach Habitat Differentiated Reading Comprehension Activity
End Plastic Pollution
All about Elephants
White Rose Maths Home Learning Week beginning 22nd June - pupils in this group should now be on Summer Term Week 7
Home Learning weeks beginning June 15th and 22nd
Beehive Home learning Week Beginning 15.6.20
Layers of the Ocean
Knights and Dragons, Unite!
Talk for Writing- Journey to the Jungle!
White Rose Maths Home Learning Week beginning 15th June - pupils in this group should now be on Summer Term Week 6
White Rose Maths Home Learning week beginning 8th June - pupils in this group should now be on Summer Term Week 5 (worksheets and answers below)
White Rose Maths Home Learning week beginning 1st June - pupils in this group should now be on Summer Term Week 4 (worksheets and answers below)
Please see the Whole School Projects section for the poetry home learning set for the week beginning 18th May.
Home Learning weeks beginning May 4th and 11th
Beehive Learning- Week Beginning 4th May 2020
arctic animal info sheets
colour by multiplication
3x 4x and 8x mosaic times table
money word problems
White Rose Maths home learning for week beginning 4th May
Home Learning weeks beginning April 20th and 27th
Please complete the reading activities below by clicking on the links below. It is not necessary to print the pages out but a screen will be needed to read the text, the questions can be answered on a separate piece of paper.
Honeybee reading comprehension
Spiders reading comprehension
Recipe for a Healthy Fruit Salad Activity Card
Polar Bear - Fascinating Facts Activity Card
What Happened to Captain Scott Activity Card
Barn Owls reading comprehension
Arctic Yoga Activity Card
Antarctic Gazette Activity Card
Please complete the following maths activities by clicking on the links below. It is not necessary to print the pages out but a screen will be needed to read the questions and activities, the questions can be answered on a separate piece of paper.
Multiples of Ten Maze
Column addition no exchange
Column addition with exchange
Shape and space:
Recognise and Describe 3D Shapes
3d shape properties poster
Answer Sheet - Recognise and Describe 3D Shapes
The link below is a unit of English work for the next fortnight. This includes both reading and writing activities. If you can, the booklet could be printed out but this is not necessary to complete the activities. However, it will be necessary to use a laptop, tablet or smart phone for part of the session in order to read texts, instructions and activities.
The following is a suggested timetable for completing the English unit over the two week period.
Day 1: Read introduction to Pandora's box on pages 4-5 and do the activity on page 5: What do you think the box looked like?
Continue on to page 6: What do you think could be in the box?
Day 2: Continue reading the story on page 6. Draw the evil that came out of the box. Be creative!
Day 3: Activity on page 7: share the story with someone at home. Talk then write: Did you like this story? Why? You could even act it out for them.
Day 4: Referring to page 8, sketch Zeus and label the key features.
Day 5: Referring to page 9, answer the questions about the story.
Day 1: Vocabulary. Referring to pages 10-12, complete all the activities to do with learning new vocabulary (We are using vocabulary Victor to help us!)
Day 2: Apostrophes. Referring to page 13, do the activity to do with apostrophes.
Day 3: Poetry! Pages 14-15 Read the poem 'The Magic Box' and answer the questions on page 15
Day 4: Referring to pages 16-17, make a magic box!
Day 5: Write a magic box poem! Edit and improve.
Optional extra writing tasks:
Re-tell the story of Pandora's box.
Innovate your own version of Pandora's box: what else might be inside the box? What are the consequences for opening the box? What happens in the end? You could use your magic box poems to help give you ideas.
Draw a picture of Pandora and write a character description.
Click on the image below access the Talk for Writing Unit