LKS2 Summer Term Week 8 Home Learning
Thank you for all the lovely work you did last week, including some fantastic ocean themed work. We will be putting some of the work that the children have done at school and at home on display in school so everyone can see how hard you've all be working so please keep sending in what you've done via Dojo.
We know it has been a long time since we have seen some of you so we are trying our very best to arrange a time when you can come to school and see some of your friends and your teacher. Keep your eyes peeled for more information in the coming weeks.
This week, with the children in school, we will be learning a bit more about the life and times of someone called William Shakespeare. You might have heard of him? Using the links below you can find information to his life and work and try a variety of activities - which one is your favourite?
To help you understand the story-lines of some of Shakespeare’s plays, there is a selection of short videos which summarise the events. The songs are so catchy and will help you learn about each play and will soon have you singing along.
Using what you have learnt about William Shakespeare, you could:
- Write your own playscript
- Act in your own play
- Create a character that would fit into one of his plays
- Summarise your favourite play
- Make a model of a theatre
There's so many options, where will your learning take you? We look forward to seeing what you decide to do!
This week we would like you to become Shifnal's very own Shakespeare and write your own play script! Use the Shakespeare videos above as inspiration, or your imagination. Have a look at the documents below to help you. You could even act your play script out with your family once you're done!
Continue to use Numbots, TTRockstars and Topmarks Hit the Button to keep your mental maths skills sharp.
We are starting work on fractions this week. Please use videos 2, 3 and 4 for this week's lessons. (Video 2 is for lesson 1, video 3 is lesson 2 and video 4 is lesson 3)
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We are continuing our work on teeth and this week thinking about how to keep our teeth healthy.
What makes you feel good?
As a bit of fun you could try following these instructions to make a Lego William Shakespeare! What other Shakespeare themed models can you make using Lego?