Spreading the Positivity!
As you know, during this current World crisis, it can be very difficult for a lot of people, especially the elderly. I have been in touch with Bramhall Carehome, where the children went to read at Christmas time, to see if the children could write, draw pictures or send cards to any of their residents. They were extremely grateful of this offer and were very keen for this kind of love and support at this difficult time.
Therefore, if any of the children would like to draw a picture, write a story, send a card or a letter to a resident, I have included a list of their names below. Obviously, as the Carehome is restricting visitors, pop your envelope in the letterbox, or post it to:
Bramhall Residential Home, 1 Butt Lane, Tattershall, Lincs,
Thank you x
Leslie N (male)
Please see below all the resources for this week's English Tasks! If you need any help or guidance, don't forget to message me on Dojo or send an email. I will reply as soon as possible.
Please see all the documents you will need for our topic of Length and Perimeter this week!
There is also a Sumdog Challenge based on this learning, beginning on Monday and lasting until Friday.
Don't forget, you can also access TTRockstars to practice your timestables!
Please find a few tasks below to complete for Reading this week. Firstly, if you read any book/story yourself, or with your family, please complete a Book Review to share with us all!
Secondly, please use the grid to answer the questions about the picture in the middle. What do we know? What do we think we know? What would we like to know?
Our topic this term has been LIGHT AND SHADOW. In the document below, I have included some practical investigations and activities to complete linking to this topic. Please have a go at some of these, and don't forget to tweet/email/Dojo us your results!
Mrs Bates/Mrs Hockley/Mrs Simons Group!
Please find attached below the spelling activities for each group and this week's spellings. Feel free to have your own mini Friday Test! Let me know how you got on!
Word of the Week!
Use your exercise book to set your page out like we do in our purple vocabulary books in school.
Share your work with me by tweeting/emailing or Dojo-ing your pages for this week's Word of the Week!